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Next on your must-visit list (if you haven’t already) are these fantastic wineries, each with a breathtaking terrace overlooking the Dry Creek Valley in Sonoma County, California. The Zinfandels from this region are world famous and are reflective of this picturesque corner of wine country heaven and the welcoming people that love to share their dream with each and every visitor. We have created the perfect day trip for you to enjoy both the wines and views all the while soaking up the warm California sun. Get ready to relax and enjoy the best of Dry Creek Valley while basking in an unforgettable wine country experience. Cheers!
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8500 Dry Creek Road, Geyserville, CA 95441
7878 Dry Creek Road, Geyserville, CA
Tucked into the forest on a tranquil bench above our Grey Palm Estate vineyard in bucolic Dry Creek Valley, Cast Wines grows and produces handmade wines in limited quantities using old-world techniques highlighting the very best of Sonoma County. Their spellbinding views enhance an authentic wine country experience recalling a simpler time. Start your day by, enjoying a glass of their spectacular Sparkling Wine. Or better yet, start with sabering a bottle off their terrace because this is going to be a great day!
Next stop, Sbragia Family Vineyards. For over 21 years, the Sbragia Family has been making world-class wines. This must-visit winery is perched on a hillside overlooking the entire Dry Creek valley. Soak in this beautiful location at the end of Dry Creek Road and enjoy warm hospitality, wonderful wines (we recommend the Sauv Blanc & Chardonnay on a warm day) and sweeping views from their terrace. Stop at the Dry Creek Store and bring a picnic or purchase light deli items from their tasting room all while enjoying the sunshine and vineyard views.
Final stop of the day, Trattore Farms, which is picturesquely located on a hilltop on the eastern side of Dry Creek Valley in Sonoma County. With commanding views of Geyser Peak and Mount St. Helena to the east and the entire Dry Creek Valley to the west, the combination of steep terrain, stone-strewn soils, cool ocean influence and warm summer days provides perfect growing conditions for their vines. Their tasting room features an opportunity to taste estate-grown wines alongside their locally produced and milled extra virgin olive oils. Not to worry, they’ll recommend foods that will match beautifully with their red and white wines and many different olive oils blends.