Bill Frick and Judith Gannon started FRICK Winery in 1976 with proceeds from the sale of their 1957 Chevy. They have since established beautiful hillside vineyards on slopes overlooking the Dry Creek Valley and have successfully produced scores of delicious, full bodied award winning wines.
The focus is on a unique highland corner of Sonoma County's Dry Creek Valley. Here, grapes from the syrah, viognier, grenache blanc cinsaut, grenache, counoise and merlot grapes mature to a rich ripe perfection. Most Frick wines are Dry Creek Valley Appellation; a carignane is also produced from 100 year old vines in Mendocino County.
Standing in the quiet grounds at Frick Winery, you can look out over the beautiful Dry Creek Valley. Hawks, vultures, ducks and herons often soar overhead. The winery is hidden away on a dead end road and nature is not shy. Coyote, fox, deer, wild pig, turkey, porcupine and bobcats abound.
The winery and vineyard secluded in the hills above the Dry Creek. Grapevines run up and down Read more »