Our relaxed and inviting family winery makes the perfect afternoon getaway. Modeled after a Loire Valley chateau, our charming tasting room epitomizes the small family feel of the Dry Creek Valley. Enjoy a snack paired with Dry Creek Vineyard wines on our beautiful picnic grounds, start up a friendly competition with a game of bocce, or take part in one of several educational wine tasting options that we offer. In our tasting room, sample our world-class wines including limited-production, single-vineyard bottlings only available at the winery for $15 per person. For groups of 6 or more, please call in advance to confirm pricing and availability. Please contact our Concierge at 800-864-9463 x103 or Concierge@drycreekvineyard.com.
Meritage: The Art of the Blend
Learn the history of the classic Bordeaux-style blend, tasting and measuring the five noble red grape varietals to create your perfect blend to enjoy at home. Offered Wednesday – Sunday at 11:00am. Reservations required.
Tour and Taste Dry Creek Valley
Experience a behind-the-scenes look at Dry Creek Vineyard with a guided tour of our family winery’s history and sustainability practices, along with an intimate tasting of our limited production and single vineyard wines. Offered daily at 11:00am and 2:00pm. Reservations required.
Discover the history and winemaking philosophies of our family winery through an intimate, seated tasting of our limited-production and single-vineyard wines. Offered daily at 11:00am and 2:00pm. Reservations required.
At A Glance
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- Red Wines
- Cabernet Sauvignon
- Cabernet Franc
- Petite Verdot
- Pinot Noir
- White and Dessert Wines
- Sauvignon Blanc
- Unique White Wines
- Sustainably Farmed
- Wine Education Classes
- Bocce Ball
- Picnic Grounds
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