SEATTLE — The 2022 Washington State Wine Awards/Seattle Wine Awards results have been announced, and several local vintners won awards.
Camaraderie Cellars of Port Angeles received Double Gold Medals for its 2012 Cabernet Franc and its 2018 Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon.
Harbinger Winery also of Port Angeles earned Double Gold honors for its 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon and its 2016 Malbec.
The Port Townsend Vineyards of Port Townsend earned Double Gold awards for its 2019 Dix-Neuf.
Camaraderie also earned Gold Medals for its 2018 Cabernet Sauvignon, its 2018 Malbec and its 2019 Cinsault, and the Port Townsend Vineyards received a Gold Medal for its 2019 Syrah.
Silver Medals were awarded to Wind Rose Cellars of Sequim for its 2016 Hunters Red; to Camaraderie for its 2018 Gracie and its 2019 Gracie; and to Harbinger for its 2015 Sangiovese, its 2017 Bolero, 2020 Viognier and for its 2020 La Petite Fleur.
Wine competition judges rate wines as gold, silver, bronze and no award. Double gold medals are awarded when the judges unanimously rate a wine as gold.
For more information, visit www.seattle wineawards.com.