The Dry Creek Valley is mecca for Zinfandel, and the Passport to Dry Creek Valley weekend is one of the best times to experience as many Zins as you can. Of course, there’s a lot more to the Dry Creek Valley than just Zin. There’s jamaican food at Amista Vineyards, grilled lamb at Ferrari-Carano, Peruvian food, BBQ, Seghesio’s sausage, oh, and of course, more great wines than you can shake a stick at. Just looking at the lineup of wines and experiences on offer is making me hungry, and sorry to be missing this great weekend! This event sells out every year, so don’t wait to buy your tickets.
Where to Go in April
A few warm weather wine climes to escape (still) colder times
Dry Creek Valley
April 27-28, 2013