Benziger Family Winery

Benziger

Sunny Slope Vineyard Merlot 2019

Had spice like a zin, esp on tail end. Would def get again for solo or with meals — 6 days ago

Benziger Family Winery

Sangiacomo Vineyard Chardonnay 2019

West Rows Chardonnay is lovely, balanced, silky — 4 months ago

Benziger Family Winery

Cabernet Sauvignon 1986

Tom Elliot
9.0

At 35 years I would have thought there’d be more developed tertiary aromas and flavors along with a fully integrated structure. There are indeed some nice gravelly, graphite notes with black olive and black fruits but it’s still rather straightforward, and the structural tannins are still in force. A quite good wine in the end still and well worth the modest investment. Not every well-aged wine can be great. — 6 months ago

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Signaterra / Benziger

Sauvignon Blanc 2020

This is the type of SB that I like. There is a richness or fat to it. Light toasted barrel, nectarine and stone fruit that falls off at the finish. Very light acid. Good food wine or sipper. WF — a month ago

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Benziger Family Winery

Sonoma Valley Merlot 2014

Dark red purple. Oaky and dark fruit note. I haven't had a wine as old as 2014 in a while. And maybe I like a younger wine. — 6 months ago

Benziger Family Winery

Sonoma County Chardonnay 2019

Fantastic blend of buttery smoothness and citrus. Rich and juicy with a nice, oak finish. Full of flavour with a creamy texture. — 3 months ago

Signaterra / Benziger

Sunny Slope Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon 2015

Deep color. We’ll balanced. Nice now — 6 months ago

Signaterra / Benziger

Cabernet Sauvignon

Very smooth. Probably could lay down two more years. — 7 months ago

Sara Davenport
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Benziger Family Winery

Oonapais Sonoma Valley Cabernet Sauvignon Blend 2017

What a wonderful surprise it is to open up the wine cellar and find a bottle of something I forgot about. this is Benziger Estate 2017 Oonapais !!!! Wow. Stored at 52 degrees, warmed and decanted for 15 min. -I could not wait any longer… as the wine warms slightly to 63 degrees. The bouquet really opens up as this wine warms. Blackberry pie baking in the oven. The Initial palate experience is dark fruit overwhelming the experience. There is blackberry, boysenberry, and slightly ripe black plum. Then comes the earth tones of cedar and cigar box. This is quickly followed by a chocolate and spice on the long semidry finish. Absolutely no sourness absolutely no bitterness just a perfect cab blend.  — 8 months ago

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