California Wine Country 2009 – Dry Creek – Day Two

This article is one in a series of articles about our recent tour of California Wine Country. You can read about Day 1, Day 2, Day 3, Day 4, the Summary, the Winery Dogs and the Restaurants as well.

Our plan for our second day in the Dry Creek area was to visit the tasting rooms at the northern end of Dry Creek Valley.  These are mostly clustered along Dry Creek Road about 15 to 20 minutes north of Healdsburg.  One of the reasons that we were interested in headquartering our visit in this area was because you literally can’t turn around without encountering an interesting, Zinfandel-producing winery.  This certainly proved to be true on this day.  Rather than trying to write all of the wineries up into an enormous post, we’ve broken each winery into its own post.  You can click on the image of the winery below to read more about each one!

Pedroncelli Winery

Sbragia Winery

Dutcher Crossing Winery
Dutcher Crossing Winery

David Caffaro Winery
David Coffaro

Bella Winery
Bella Vineyards

Preston Winery

Zichichi Winery

Papapietro Perry Winery
Papapietro Perry

Kokomo Winery
Kokomo Winery

Teldeschi Winery
F. Teldeschi Winery

Cena Luna

With that, we called it a day as we had reservations for Cena Luna.  You can learn a lot listening to the locals.



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