Dry Creek Valley, a premium winegrowing region, is located in Northern Sonoma County, California, only an hour north of the Golden Gate Bridge/San Francisco.

Renowned for its idyllic undisturbed beauty, Dry Creek Valley is home to over 9,000 acres of vineyards that carpet the intimate 16-mile long by 2-mile wide valley, floor to hillside. With a grape growing history going back 140 years – one of the longest in California – producing premium winegrapes is core to this region. In fact, the valley boasts one of the densest concentrations of Old Vine Zinfandel in the world.

A commitment to land stewardship is an integral part of the valley’s farming practices, with a majority of the producers following sustainable, organic and biodynamic practices in the vineyards.

Our Dry Creek Valley Partners

Tzabaco Rancho Vineyards

Located in the heart of the Dry Creek Valley in Sonoma County, Tzabaco Rancho Vineyards has been continuously farmed by family members since 1856. Brian and Janice Schmidt share their vision of proudly producing premium wine grapes in beautiful Dry Creek Valley using sustainable winegrowing practices that will allow their family to continue farming for generations.  Since 2006, Tzabaco Rancho Vineyards has been a member of the California Sustainable Winegrowing Program.

Mounts Family Vineyards

Quality through sacrifice is a priority at Mounts Vineyards. Mounts Vineyards has been growing premium wine grapes for over 60 years in the Dry Creek Valley. Every block design brings together the unique orientation of hillside exposure, soil type, and depth. Each of these factors determines the variety, the appropriate clone, and the most favorable root-stock. This allows the vine to grow to its full potential for vine health and balanced canopy growth while achieving the greatest possible expression of fruit character, balance, and structure in the wines created from these vines.