Landmark’s a Landslide

In the heart of Sonoma Valley wine country, sits a winery that’s been making its mark since 1974. Landmark Vineyards takes handcrafting wine to heart, using old world traditions to make new world wines.

In this video, Wine Oh TV’s Monique Soltani sits down with the winemaker at Landmark Vineyards and finds out why everything that was old is new again and she gets a taste of their award-winning wines worthy of The White House.

Eric Stern, Winemaker Emeritus

“The less the wine is manipulated, the more flavors and aromas remain to enjoy.”

Landmark Vineyards Features:

Friends of the Vineyard
Opportunity for guests to adopt a row of their own vines surrounding the Landmark estate
Their name at the head of their row of vines on a plaque
Exclusivity in wine from this vineyard
Each bottle labeled with their name and packed in numbered wooden boxes
Five cases of wine each year from their estate vineyard block at Landmark

Estate Offerings
Wine Education Opportunities
Tasting room open to visitors, seven days a week
Self guided vineyard tour
Private estate tour & tasting by appointment

Guest Accommodations
Quaint, wine country-style guest suite and cottage available for overnight visitors
Horse drawn wagon rides through the vineyards on weekends during the summer summer
Monthly complimentary live music on weekends during the summer
Estate covered in lush landscaping, all centered around a Spanish Mission style courtyard
Picnicking encouraged
Bocce ball court

For a list of Landmark Vineyards upcoming events Click Here!

Wine Spectator Scores:

2010 Grand Detour Pinot Noir

91 points. Notably earthy in a pleasant way, this Pinot is firm, loamy and slow to build, with its dark berry core of flavors. Once there, the flavors are intense and persistent, compelling yet begging for a cellar slumber. Best from 2013 through 2021. 2,200 cases made.

2009 Heintz Chardonnay

92 points. Crisp and a bit pithy, with green apple subtle honeydew melon, graham cracker and mineral notes. This is a tight, well-built and engagingly complex wine that surprises with every sip. Drink now through 2018. 200 cases made.

2009 Damaris Reserve Chardonnay

91 points. A spicy, flinty, snapp edge to the green apple and pear flavors gives this a nice structure. The finish features cleansing acidity and a Golden Delicious apple aftertaste. Drink now through 2017. 450 cases made.

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