Dry Creek Vineyards Excels in Price Versus Value
Summer has arrived and the vines are flourishing! After a wet winter, Mother Nature has sent full sunshine
and intense heat during this phase of cluster development. The winemaking team is working diligently on the growth in the vineyards and finish up bottling for the year, while making preparations for the 2019 harvest. The start of a new harvest is always exciting, and quite honestly, a little daunting.
They prep the soil, plant what works best, manage the vines, and then we cross our fingers and hope
nature fills in the rest. This attention to detail and constant care from vine to bottle ensures that wines
have never been better, and I’m pleased to have you taste these new releases.
The 2018 Dry Chenin Blanc, Clarksburg, a wine that has been produced each and every year of their 47-year history. When David…
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