Beringer is one of the most iconic names in American winemaking. They have a family history and tradition of excellence that no one else can trace as far back, the winery being established in the late 1870’s with a state of the art, revolutionary facility and its own wine cave (the 2nd in the U.S. to have one after Schramsberg).
While they have certainly turned themselves into a household name with their Cabernets, the Beringer family is far from a one trick pony. They also make knockout Oak Knoll Chardonnay – and the past decade with Ed Sbragia and Laurie Hook at the helm, those Chardonnays are the best they’ve ever been and the critic’s reviews reflect that.
Their Luminus Chardonnay is a ringer and surprisingly one of the best wines Beringer makes, period. If it earned a 95-point score in the challenging 2020 vintage, just imagine what is ahead of this roaring 2021 vintage, as it starts to land in front of the major wine publications.
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93 Points, James Suckling
“Cooked apple with lemon rind and bitter orange undertones. Medium to full body. Slightly phenolic in texture. Floral and lilac notes at the end. Firm. Drink now.”
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