2019 Competitions in the Press
Central Coast Olive Oil Competition Registration now open, click here.
2018 Competitions in the Press
Results for the Central Coast Olive Oil Competition are now in, click here.
Registration for 2018 is now open, to read more about this year’s Central Coast Wine Competition, click here.
“The Central Coast Wine Competition for commercial and boutique vintners is aimed at promoting the quality and diversity of commercial wineries in the fastest-growing wine region in California,” Santa Ynez Valley News
“The CCSC helps promote the craft distillers that are producing the finest quality artisan spirits inside and outside of California.” Wine Industry Advisor
“The Central Coast Wine Competition promotes the excellent quality and diversity of commercial wineries while recognizing the fastest growing wine region in California,” Paso Robles Daily News
“The 10th annual competition will take place in April and will feature over 100 olive oils produced in California.” PASO Magazine
“About thirty miles inland from San Simeon is Paso Robles full of picturesque resorts, sustainable vineyards and cool wineries, including Halter Ranch which was named 2017’s Winery of the Year in the Central Coast Wine Competition.” Forbes by Stephan Rabimov
2017 Competitions in the Press
“Halter Ranch Vineyard of Paso Robles was selected as the 2017 Winery of the Year in the Central Coast Wine Competition.” The Tribune by Lucas Clark
“The 2017 San Luis Obispo County Wine Industry Awards go to – Wine Industry Person of the Year, Jason Haas, Tablas Creek Vineyard; Winemaker of the Year, Christian Roguenant, Niven Family Wine Estates; and Winegrape Grower of the Year, Lino Bozzano, Laetitia Vineyard & Winery.” WineBusiness.com
“Wineries from every county on the Central Coast are among winners of the 2017 Central Coast Wine Competition’s 15th annual blind-tasting event.” KSBY
Central Coast Wine Competition names top winners. The Tribune by Lucas Clark
“The second annual California Craft Spirits Competition saw “amazing” entries this year, judges said, and several San Luis Obispo County distilleries made an impressive showing.” The Tribune by Lucas Clark
‘“The California Craft Spirits Competition showcases the amazing spirits made throughout California. The CCSC shows the potential this industry has and we are excited to see how this competition will expand in the future,”’ said Mid-State Fair CEO Michael Bradley.” Paso Daily News
“Much is at stake at these competitions. Best of show and gold medal wines can sell out in days.” The Mercury News by Mary Orlin
“The judges agreed the 2017 entries further prove the Central Coast has rightfully earned its place among the best wine regions on the planet.” Wine Industry Advisor
Registration Opens for the 2017 Central Coast Wine Competition. Wine Industry Advisor
2016 Competitions in the Press
“Central Coast Wine Competition announced Robert Hall Winery as the 2016 Winery of the Year during the Wine Industry Awards held at the Mid-State Fairgrounds.” Wine Industry Advisor