Wine & Spirits Magazine: Sonoma Road Trip - Dry Creek Valley
August 2012 | Download PDF
From oysters to the land of olives and Zin
Wine Spectator: Exploring Sonoma County - Dry Creek Valley
June 15, 2012 | Download PDF
A Visit to Dry Creek Valley is like stepping back a few decades in time. The wineries are generally small and family-owned, and they sell a good chunk of their annual production out of the tasting rooms. They are set amid meandering roads, forested hills and tidy vineyards.
Wanderlust & Lipstick: The Dry Creek Valley -Where Sustainable Farming is Fresh
July 9, 2012 | Download PDF
The Dry Creek Valley is a beautiful and enchanting place. The wine growers and wine makers have a deep understanding of their relationship to the land and its bounty. Sustainable farming, restoration, organic growing ... are themes in operation. Quality is paramont and takes precedence over profit. The winemakers are passionate about doing what they love, living in the valley and making unique wines.
San Francisco Chronicle: Sonoma Zinfandel - The Chronicle Reccomends
May 6, 2012 | Download PDF
Zinfandel is California's grape, and nowhere as it found a home like Sonoma County, where more than 5,300 acres are devoted to it. If you want a barameter of the state of Zin, look no further.
The Washington Post: Recommendations - Zinfandels
March 27, 2012 | Download PDF
Zinfandel from the Dry Creek Valley AVA is worth exploring for its variety of styles expressing the region's characteristic spicy red-berry fruit flavors.
Pittsburg Tribune-Review: It would be a sin to ignore high-quality California Zins
March 6, 2012 | Download PDF
To glimpse California winegrowing at its purest, turn to Dry Creek Valley
Zinfandels. The best wines embody the pioneering spirit of unpretentious, flavorful wines meant for hearty enjoyment with food rather than prestige.