Now firmly in its second decade, Betz Family devotes itself to high-end Bordeaux and Rhône-style wines. The cabernet sauvignon is exquisite. Four syrahs showcase differences in the state’s best vineyards and appellations, while the grenache-heavy Besoleil drinks like a cup of fresh fruit. The winery made news when it announced it would not release wines from its 2020 vintage (due out mostly in 2022) due to smoke impact from wildfires, but visitors can still make an appointment to taste 2018 and 2019 offerings.
This winery dedicates itself to the art of blending. The flagship cabernet sauvignon–based Solesce is one for the cellar. That may
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