At the end of April, Dry Creek Valley will be hosting their Prelude to Passport and Passport to Dry Creek Valley. On Saturday, April 23rd and Sunday, April 24th passport guests will be given access to 45+ wineries through Dry Creek Valley. There will be great entertainment and food and wine pairings by acclaimed Sonoma County chefs.
2-day Passport - $135
Sunday Only - $75
Designated Driver - $55 (daily)
You can purchase tickets and find more information by following this link.
Along with the passport, select wineries are offering Vineyard Tours on Saturday and Sunday staring promptly at 9:30 am. On Saturday the vineyard tours are first come first serve, so get there early! Below is the information on the wineries.
Frick Winery Owl Hill Vineyard - 23072 Walling Road, Healdsburg, CA - The tour is short because the vineyard is small and steep and rocky (bring hiking shoes!), but offers gorgeous views of Dry Creek Valley.
Cast Wines' Grey Palm Vineyard - 8500 Dry Creek Road, Geyserville, CA - This tour will be hosted by winemaker Mike Gulyash and owners John Miller and Jack Seifrick. They will offer tastings of their fabulous sauvignon blanc, zinfandels, and petite sirah. This winery is one of our favorites!
Mauritson Pritchett Peaks Vineyard - 13700 Rockpile Road, Geyserville, CA - Owner Cameron Mauritson will host this vineyard tour that offers breathtaking views and great wines. RSVP to email@example.com.
Nick Goldschmidt's Salmon Leap Vineyard - 650 Dry Creek Road, Healdsburg, CA - Owner and president Yolyn Goldschmidt will host along with winemakers Claudia Del Rio from Chile and Phil Enzmauer, a well respected Dry Creek Valley Vineyard Manager. They will be tasting their wines and a few special wines at the end of the tour. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information click this link.
On Friday, April 22nd, Dry Creek Valley is also hosting the Prelude to Passport which are vineyard tour lunches and intimate winemaker dinners. For more information and tickets follow this link.