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January 11, 2013 2:40 PM

Five Mid-Columbia wines win top awards in giant California competition

Five Mid-Columbia wines earned best-of-class awards at the nation’s largest wine competition. The winners were announced Friday morning at the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition, conducted in the northern Sonoma County town of Cloverdale.

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