Firehouse Wine Cellars wins three medals in San Francisco Wine Competition

Firehouse Wine Cellars brought home one gold and two silvers from the recent San Francisco International Wine Competition, one of the largest and most influential wine competitions.
The downtown Rapid City winery won with all three wines it entered. The Gravier Blanc, a blend of Semillon and Sauvignon Blanc and a wine from the new Winemaker’s Collection line, received a gold medal, while the 2019 limited edition estate Marquette, The American, and the newly released 2019 Grenache Noir won silver.
“It is always exciting to see your hard work recognized by your peers,” said Adam Martinez, Firehouse Wine Cellars’ winemaker. “Our production crew is honored to have our wines medal in one of the biggest international competitions out there.”
The San Francisco International Wine Competition (SFIWC), now in it’s 39th year, is one of the oldest international competitions in the world. It is a member of the Tasting Alliance, the parent organization of the world-renowned San Francisco World Spirits Award Competition, New York World Wine & Spirits Competition, and Singapore World Spirits Competition.
A complete list of winners can be found at
The locally owned Firehouse Wine Cellars, opened in 2014, features a working winery and tasting room and offers a variety of award-winning traditional grape wines.

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