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But these wineries are taking themes we all know and love and putting their own Dry Creek Valley twist on it. What are you waiting for? Outa nowhere. A former greenkeeper, now about to become the Masters Champion. Bushwood Country Club. Open to the public on this rare Passport Weekend. Tomales Bay Oysters. Willowside Meats. The Pulsators. Welcome to the Market at Mounts! Prepare your senses for delectable food pairings from Savvy on 1st! Seventy years, three generations, family owned, family farmed, family proud.

Mill Creek as we celebrate the Run for the Roses. No mint-juleps — but plenty of prized wine, each perfectly paired with delicious small plates. Have your photo taken with the Kreck family and try your luck picking actual Derby winners — all in good fun, of course! us on our maiden voyage!

Step onboard with us this year for Reeve Wines, breezy vibes and one unforgettable dance party. Have a Ball with us at Comstock Wines!

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We may be new, but we definitely know how to host a great party. our Masquerade and feast on delectable croquettes and arancini paired expertly with our Dry Creek Valley Zinfandel, Sauvignon Blanc and more. Celebrate wine, food and the music of the British Invasion. Blanchard will have new releases, barrel samples, and live music. The event is hosted by owner Mark Blanchard and winemaker Jene. Huge Wine Sale! Live music. Lots of tri-tip, sausage, focaccia and chocolate. Taste a vertical of our Terranova, Petite Sirah.

Taste Zinfandel and Terraluna. Available to purchase, library verticals of Terranova, Petite Sirah and Zinfandel. Large and small format bottles also. Hold your horses and your wine glass! Show your Derby spirit and break out the sun-drenched, tropical colors in bold stripes or busy plaid and bright pastels.

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Relax on our terrace and take in spectacular views of Dry Creek Valley. While cool weather is a nice break for the vineyard laborers, it definitely slows down the sugar development in the grapes. Even though Dry Creek Valley is only 16 miles long, location and microclimate means that grapes ripen at different rates.

Michel-Schlumberger starts juicing their top grapes to produce Platinum Chardonnay. Comstock Wines brings in their Estate Zinfandel. Tasty Lemon Cucumbers have arrived at Pedroncelli Winery. Mauritson Wines is in full harvest mode — excited to share with you this vintage. Mounts Winery bringing in Roussanne for their Verah label. Veraison : the onset of ripening and the change of color of the grape berries. With this change in color, eager winegrowers and winemakers can see the culmination of the 9-months transform into the vintage.

To learn more about Treborce Vineyards, you can visit our past interview with them from On the tour Bob Littell first stops in his Petite Sirah vineyard, which boasts nearly purple bunches. In comparison to his Zinfandel grapes, they are further ahead in this transformation. More typically, Sauvignon Blanc is the first to greet veraison and the first to be harvested, while Zinfandel takes more time on the vine to develop its rich and deep flavors.

In this case, Petite Sirah falls somewhere in the middle. There are many factors that contribute to this and growers like Littell go through many tests to see what the vines may be lacking or getting too much of and how to adjust accordingly. Vines seem to have their own unique personality just like the growers and winemakers of Dry Creek Valley. The grapes will get juicier and more voluptuous. And the fruit will get sweeter and more complex.

In the vineyard we sampled some grapes, still sour but getting closer to world class wines and worlds different from the green grapes yet to begin the veraison process. The increase in rain was great for vine growth. And the winegrowers are gearing up for harvest just around the corner. Thanks and gratitude to Bob and Joyce Littell for welcoming us into their vineyards and for always being a wealth of knowledge on all things wine and Dry Creek Valley. Henry moved Looking for tall Dry Creek female entire family here in to a property in Alexander Valley.

Both of these locations had vineyards, but were uprooted during Prohibition to plant mostly apples and prunes. The Alexander Valley property was also a small working dairy ranch and the perfect place to raise the Rued family. Richard remembers getting off the bus from school and going straight to work on their ranch.

It was his responsibility to bring in the sheep — a task that his father, Paul, would help him with in a slightly unconventional way.

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You see, on their property was a small airport. Paul would take Richard up in a plane to search for wherever the sheep were that day so that Richard could ride his horse directly to the flock and not have to spend hours searching. Richard still remembers the steep ascent fondly as time well spent with his dad. The label is relatively new with their first vintage in with their winery and tasting room opening just years ago in They both feel pressure as land values increase.

The Rueds feel that small production, family style wine has a better value and tastes more authentic. This year the vines are really growing due to the increase of water they received during winter and the spring rains. They look good!

Blooms came a little quick this year, but Rued feels that the timing standard has been consistently inching earlier. His Chardonnay vineyard, planted injust behind the tasting room, must be nearly 7-feet tall. Bunches of grapes are full and are starting to get tighter. The Rueds are anticipating an early harvest in August, but have fingers crossed for September.

White grapes due better when picked in cooler temperatures. A very big thank you to Richard and Looking for tall Dry Creek female for taking the time to sit and talk with us about their family and vines. Gustafson Family Vineyard. Go the extra mile to experience Gustafson Family Vineyards, set in the beautiful rolling hills above Lake Sonoma. Enjoy five exquisite food pairings by Baci Restaurant, and visit the cellar for barrel tasting of our Estate Petite Sirah. This location opens early on Passport weekend at a to accommodate the extra distance. Fritz Underground Winery.

Ye outlanders are in for a treat. Hidden away in the hillside of our acre estate is our unique subterranean facility. the l and lassies of the winery clad in their finest tartan as you feast on potato cakes with smoked salmon and herbed creme fraiche with our Estate Sauvignon Blanc and a hearty beef stew with our bonnie Estate Zinfandel.

Sbragia Family Vineyards. Ed Sbragia has always had one foot in Sonoma and one in Napa. After 32 years of making wine in Napa Valley, he returned home to Healdsburg to start a small family-owned winery located at the northern end of Dry Creek Valley with breathtaking 10 mile valley views.

Ed makes limited, individual lots of wine from his favorite Sonoma and Napa vineyards. Cast Wines. Taste wines hand crafted by Mike Gulyash. Pause for a moment in our relaxing setting, an oasis from the hustle and bustle of the day. Ferrari-Carano Vineyards and Winery. Located at the north end of Dry Creek Valley, Ferrari-Carano is sure to be one of your favorite stops during Passport weekend!

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Wind your way through the cellars tasting our delicious wines paired with dishes especially chosen by Rhonda Carano. Visit the Wine Shop in the beautiful Italianate Villa Fiore, and stroll our breathtaking gardens with waterfalls, bridges and thousands of brilliant flowers.

Dutcher Crossing Winery. Schedule a stop at Dutcher Crossing Winery in your Passport itinerary! Trattore Farms NEW. Take in the beautiful panoramic views overlooking Dry Creek Valley at our newly opened winery and hospitality center. Relax on our outdoor patio while enjoying some popcorn and a variety of wood fired pizzas featuring our prestigious olive oils. Sip on our award winning Rhone style wines as well as our Zinfandel and Petite Sirah blends and take advantage of our special offers exclusively offered for Passport. Batter Up! On Deck: Premier Italian-themed stadium cuisine.

In the Hole: A few other of our hearty, full-bodied reds. To about Passport to Dry Creek Valley visit our events !

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Learn more here. for tickets. Winemakers mingled with VIP guests, personally presenting their quintessential white wine for pairing with oysters. Legends such as Ed Sbragia and Julie Pedroncelli highlighted their library vintage and talked about their history farming in Dry Creek Valley.

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The food continued with passed trays of Cowgirl Creamery Mt. The New Year brings a fresh start and a chance to celebrate and reflect with your nearest and dearest. To kick start the new year, here are some Dry Creek Valley wine pairings for the festivities. Grower Spotlight: Goldschmidt Vineyards. Nick Goldschmidt moved from his New Zealand home to Healdsburg in Goldschmidt grows grapes and makes wine in Sonoma, Argentina, Chile, New Zealand, and other locations, as consulting winemaker for dozens of wineries worldwide. Though Dry Creek Valley has historically been best-known for its zinfandelGoldschmidt has long championed the region for its merlot.

His Dry Creek Valley vineyard is seven acres, all planted to merlot clone What I find is that there is really good water holding capacity which seems strange for this area but I am a big proponent of not having dehydration in merlot and so this works well. The grapes we pick are fully-ripe with fresh fruit elements and soft tannins.

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