At Michel-Schlumberger, our winemaking philosophy is to craft elegant wines with a real sense of place – beautifully balanced and expressive of our dramatic vineyard landscape.

As almost 100% estate produced wine, each bottle speaks to the distinct soil, climate, and topography of our sustainably-farmed property, on the hillsides west of Dry Creek Valley. Nature is the dominant force in our terroir-driven winemaking approach. Sun-drenched days, moderated by cool coastal fog combine with volcanic gravelly soils and dramatic topography. The result is an ideal backdrop for creating balanced fruit, and full-flavored, complex wines. As winemakers and stewards of the land, we guide the process from vine to bottle by promoting healthy vineyards, walking every row, and sampling every barrel.

Each fall, grapes are hand-harvested in small batches during the cool early morning hours, then gently crushed and de-stemmed at the winery. We employ classic winemaking techniques for all of our estate wines, including sur lie aging prior to racking to enhance complexity and depth, and barrel aging in French oak for overall balance in the final blend.




This series of wines focus on some of the most unique flavors coming from our vineyard, from very special single clone, single block selections, to remarkable blends of rich intensity and structure.

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This series is quite simply “the best of the best”.  By carefully evaluating each individual barrel from our finest lots and crafting the optimum blend combinations, we are able to create these very select and thoroughly elegant “Platinum” blends.

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This series of wines are created to showcase the very special “Estate” flavor of the varietals we have planted here.

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Produced from our Benchland Estate using traditional methode champenoise to create tiny bubbles and complex flavors.

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Library Wines

A selection of perfectly aged Estate wines straight from our own cellar.

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We will be closed Sunday, April 9 in observance of Easter Sunday.