Matanzas Creek

Helena Bench Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc

2018 | Knights Valley, Sonoma County, CA
Rated 90+ Points
$40
BROWSING ONLY
Description
Grown in gravelly benchland soils off Mt. Saint Helena in Knights Valley, the Helena Bench Vineyard Sauvignon Blanc is fermented in oak barrels and concrete eggs resulting in a wine with crispness, minerality and refined acidity. Notes of white peach, melon and fennel dazzle with lime zest and white flowers all the way through the finish.
Acclaim
93
points
Vinous
AG 7/2020
92
points
JebDunnuck.com
JD 5/2020
92
points
Robert Parker Wine Advocate
EB 12/2019
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About Matanzas Creek

Located in the Bennett Valley sub-region of Sonoma County, Matanzas Creek Winery earned its reputation as a pioneer for Sauvignon Blanc and Merlot in the 1970s. The winery's estate vineyards in Sonoma County are sustainably farmed, extending from the cool coastline to the inland valley and producing a diversity of expressions of its celebrated Sauvignon Blanc and Merlot wines. Beyond the widespread recognition of the wines, Matanzas Creek is famous for its stunning lavender gardens.

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