Thursday, July 14, 2016

Dry Creek Vineyard, why it's a "go to" winery.


 
Dry Creek Vineyard,
why it's a "go to"  winery.




Dry Creek offers everything a wine enthusiast could want: great visitor center, varietal variety, and value. 


The Dry Creek Mariner (2012), $45.00, 95 points,


Dry Creek Vineyard (Hillside and Benchland Vineyards) 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon, $16.99-$19.99, 92+ points
Dry Creek Vineyard Sonoma County 2011 Cabernet Sauvignon, $17.09-$24.99, 91 points

Dry Creek Vineyard Russian River Valley 2012 Chardonnay Block 10, $29.99-$33.99, 91 points
Dry Creek Vineyard Russian River Valley 2014 Chardonnay Block 10, $25.49-$33.99, 91 points

Dry Creek 2010 Fumé Blanc Sonoma County Sauvignon Blanc, $11.99-$13.99, 88 points
Dry Creek 2013 Sonoma Fumé Blanc, $10.99-$13.99, 88 points

Dry Creek Valley 2014 Sauvignon Blanc, $18.00, 89+ points

Taylor's Vineyard 2013 Sauvignon Blanc Musqué Clone, $25.00, 93+ points

Dry Creek Heritage 2006 Zinfandel, $20.99, 90 points
Dry Creek Heritage 2006 Zinfandel Revisited (Cellared for six years), $20.99, 85 points

Dry Creek Vineyard Wilson Ranch 2009 Chenin Blanc, $11.99-$13.99, 88 points
Dry Creek Vineyard Wilson Ranch 2014 Chenin Blanc, $9.34-$13.99, 90 points

Dry Creek Vineyard Wilson Ranch 2015 Chenin Blanc, $10.19-$13.99, 91 points

Dry Creek Vineyard 2013 Merlot, $15.99-$18.99, 89 points
Dry Creek Vineyard 2014 Merlot, $15.29-$22.99, 91 points




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2 comments:

  1. Is the bottom photo from your trip?

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    1. Yes, and so is the stained glass above; it was a lovely visit!

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