Wines will be judged by wine writers, winemakers and sommeliers, among others. The competition is hosted by seven fairs, including the California Mid-State Fair.
The Central Coast Wine Competition is accepting entries for its 2016 competition, which will take place from June 14 to 16.
Entries are accepted online at cmsfw.fairmanager.com. Information on entry classes and guidelines can be found in the entry book, available on the California Mid-State Fair webpage or at www.centralcoastwinecomp.com.
The Central Coast Wine Competition is hosted by seven fairs: the California Mid-State Fair; Contra Costa County Fair; Grand National Livestock Exposition, Horse Show and Rodeo; Monterey County Fair; San Benito County Fair; Santa Barbara County Fair; and the Ventura County Fair.
Tim McDonald, who established Wine Spoken Here, a public relations and reputation management firm, will be the chief judge; other judges will include wine writers, winemakers, sommeliers and wine buyers.