You may remember a while back, I posted a story about Walmart's $7.00 bottle of La Moneda Reserva’s Malbec wine taking top honors in a worldwide competition. Well, Texas wines have done it again, with numerous winners...

Texas wine won big at a prestigious California competition. Texas wineries won more awards than ever before at the well-respected San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition last week, taking home a total of 158 medals. According to the Dallas Morning News, those wins included seven double-gold awards, 14 single golds and several silver and bronze medals.

Texas wine also won seven Best of Class awards this year which are prestigious medals given to wines that are voted the top of their class.

The competition is tough with 7,000 wine entries from more than 25 states this year.

Here is a list of the Best of Class Texas winners:

Viognier: Brennan Vineyards 2015 Reserve Viognier, Comanche County, Newburg Vineyard
White blends: Wedding Oak Winery 2015 Sweet Alyssum, Texas High Plains, Wildseed Farms Vineyard
Dry Rosé/Blush: Los Pinos Ranch Vineyards non-vintage Texas Sweet Blush
Dolcetto: Perissos Vineyards and Winery 2015 Dolcetto, Texas High Plains, Diamante Doble Vineyards
Merlot: Messina Hof Winery & Resort, 2015 Merlot, Texas
Tempranillo: Haak Vineyards & Winery 2015 Tempranillo, Texas High Plains, Reddy Vineyards
Malbec: Trilogy Cellars 2015 Malbec, Texas High Plains, Amanecer Vineyards, Bolen Vineyards, Krick Hill Vineyards

Perhaps their are some wines on this list that you may want to pick up and try!