D'Argenzio Winery Santa Rosa, Wine Tasting Rooms, Winery Events, Best Wineries in Sonoma County

D'Argenzio Winery Santa Rosa, Wine Tasting Rooms, Winery Events, Best Wineries in Sonoma County
 

Our wines have received reviews from Wine Spectator and Wine Enthusiast, Connoisseurs Guide and Pinot Report as well. Our list of awards grows, as we make new wines each year and as our wines age over time, receiving Double Gold Medals from the Sonoma County Harvest Fair. https://www.enofileonline.com/search.aspx- Click Here to Search Award Winning Wines.

 

 

Sonoma County Harvest Fair - Taste the Best of Sonoma County 

2014 Sonoma County Harvest Fair – Professional Wine Competition

~ 2012 Barbera di Niccolo, Bedrock Vineyard, Sonoma Valley – Bronze
~ 2012 Pinot Noir, Wohler Vineyard, Russian River Valley – Bronze
~ 2012 Pinot Noir, Gaps Crown Vineyard, Sonoma Coast – Silver

               
                 
                 

 

 

 LOS ANGELES INTERNATIONAL WINE & SPIRITS

 Silver – 2004 Pinot Noir / Russian River Valley / Bacigalupi Vyd

 Bronze – 2004 Pinot Noir / Russian River Valley / Thorn Ridge Ranch

 Silver – 2004 Zinfandel / Russian River Valley / Tom Feeney Ranch Old Vines

 

 

HARVEST FAIR 2006 GOLD WINNERS

Gold – 2004 Pinot Noir / Russian River Valley / Bacigalupi Vyd

Gold – 2004 Pinot Noir / Russian River Valley / Thorn Ridge Ranch

Gold – 2004 Zinfandel / Russian River Valley / Tom Feeney Ranch Old Vines

Gold – 2003 L Vyd / Cabernet Sauvignon, Sonoma County

 

 

 

This year we recieved a very special letter from Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger!

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Sonoma’s Best Pinot Noir

Highlights From Pinot on The River 2005

Weekend festival of Pinot Noir held in the sleepy town of Guerneville on the Russian River, was a joy to attend. Fabulous weather, a low key atmosphere, and a manageable number of wineries pouring made for an altogether perfect tasting experience. This year, the weather was just as good, and the atmosphere remained low key, but the number of wineries pouring their stuff nearly doubled as did the number ofattendees, making for a bit more of a crush in the tasting tent. My sense is that the event suffered from its own success the previous year, and was perhaps overly ambitious, especially for the small space in which it was held. Since I’m way behind on writing up this event, I’ve transcribed my scores only for wines that scored higher than 8.5/9 on my scale. All wines are Pinot Noir unless otherwise noted. Because most of the prices were so high, I’ve also called out the wines which I believe represent the best values at the tasting.

Enjoy. Score: 9. Sold Out – Brian MacDougal

December 10, 2005

 

Mouthwatering Merlot ***½ Panel Favorite!

2003 D’Argenzio Winery, Russian River Valley

“Dense and dark in color, aromas and mouthfeel with scents of semi-sweet chocolate, black cherry, rose petal potpourri and a waft of smoke. This Bordeaux style Merlot is deliciously rich and fruity in the mouth, and the chocolate-cherry-smoke theme carries through to the finish. The .375ml bottle size is perfect for a picnic or when you just want to enjoy a glass or two of an excellent Merlot. Merlot wines tend to be soft and fruity, with a velvety texture and flavors of cherry, berry and green herbs. Try pairing these soft, friendly wines with roasted meats and vegetables, tomato based pasta dishes, grilled salmon and mild cheeses.”

San Diego Union – Tribune

Weekly review

 

Hilton Head International Wine Competition 2006

Silver medal winners

2003 Pinot Noir

2003 Zinfandel

2003 Cabernet Sauvignon

July 9, 2017 Theresa Chavarria
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