Every bottle of BENOM embodies the Fabre brothers' commitment to their French heritage and passion for Paso Robles. They strive to craft small production wines that are approachable, soft, and elegant, characterized by a well-balanced structure.

The winemaking process starts in the vineyard by utilizing sustainable and organic farming practices to produce high-quality fruit. The grapes are then transported to fermentation tanks and the juice is tasted each day during fermentation to ensure the utmost quality.

For red wine that is marked with elegance and softness, we utilize soft oak that does not overpower the wine. For our white and rosé, we embrace the creativity and innovation that Paso Robles offers by using concrete eggs, stainless steel, and glass globes.

A bin of picked wine grapes under a vine during the winemaking process


Our vineyards span from the West side of Paso to Santa Barbara County. The story of our wines begins in the vineyard and we ensure utmost quality through our farming practices.

We currently source all our fruit from Adelaida and Willow Creek in Paso Robles as well as Edna Valley, Santa Maria, and Santa Barbara.

Grapes on a conveyer belt during the winemaking process
BENOM winemaking team during harvest
A harvest worker transporting grapes in a vineyard


We believe that in order to ensure future generations can enjoy Paso Robles and its diverse land, we must adopt sustainable farming practices. Therefore, all our viticultural practices are organic. 

We choose to not use chemical pesticides or fertilizers, utilize cover crops that promote biodiversity and soil health, and reduce water use through dry farming and wastewater recycling. 

We are constantly seeking to improve our sustainable practices in all areas, from farming and winemaking to shipping and tasting room procedures. We aim to continue to enhance our green initiatives as we grow our brand.