Matanzas Creek Winery

Matanzas Creek is located in the remote, but breathtakingly beautiful Bennett Valley region of Sonoma County.

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  • Matanzas Creek is located in the remote, but breathtakingly beautiful Bennett Valley region of Sonoma County. Since its launch in 1977, the winery has built its reputation on Sauvignon Blanc and Merlot – two varieties that thrive in Sonoma’s temperate climate. Matanzas Creek also produces limited quantities of Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and Bordeaux-style reds. All of the winery’s fruit comes from sustainably-farmed, estate vineyards scattered throughout the mild interior and cool coastal AVAs of the county. In addition to its wines, Matanzas Creek is also famous for their spectacular lavender gardens. The unique character and beauty of Matanzas Creek’s winery, vineyards, lavender field and gardens have earned the Estate worldwide recognition as a premier California wine country destination. We invite you to stroll the grounds, play a game of bocce or enjoy our picnic areas. Fee is waived with purchase from your tasting or by signing up to be a member of our wine club. Open daily from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
    • Tasting Room Info:
      • Family Friendly
      • Pet Friendly
      • Picnic Area
    • Tours & Tastings:
      • Culinary / Flower Garden
      • Food & Wine Pairings
      • Outdoor Activities
      • Vineyard Tours
      • Winery Tours
    • Beautiful winery

      The winery sits on a hill overlooking the valley. Beautiful place to sample wine. They have a great selection of wines. We sent home with some of the Sauvignon Blanc and Pinot Noir. Their other...

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    • Great Winery

      We were visiting Northern California and spent a day visiting some winery's. This was our first stop, picked at random. We loved it. We were here at the end of June. The lavender was in full...

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    • Our Visit

      This winery is highly rated but for what I don’t know. We tasted the Estate Selections and to be honest, these wines are too young to be put on the market. The aging potential is there but the wines...

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