Howard Park has received six medals at the recent San Francisco International Wine Competition, winning a Double Gold, Gold, Silver and three Bronze medals.
The San Francisco International Wine Competition is the largest and most influential wine competition in America, with a 34 year history of judging the world's most respected fine wines.
Howard Park scooped up a noteworthy six medals, winning an impressive Double Gold medal for our 2012 Flint Rock Shiraz amongst a record breaking number of entrants.
A Double Gold medal is a distinction given when a wine unanimously wins gold medals by all of the judges evaluating it.
Further highlighting the outstanding quality of wine coming out of Howard Park's Region Range of wines is a Gold medal for our 2013 Flint Rock Chardonnay.
Howard Park was also awarded a Silver medal for our 2012 Scotsdale Shiraz, as well as Bronze medals for our 2013 Reisling, 2012 Miamup Cabernet Sauvignon and 2012 Leston Cabernet Sauvignon.
The Regional Range selection of wines highlights the complex characteristics of the Margaret River and Great Southern, developed as true expressions of the regions from which they originate.
If you would like to try our Double Gold winning Howard Park Flint Rock Shiraz or any of our other award winning Regional Range wines, they are available to order online now.