Passport to Dry Creek Valley does not provide shuttles or transportation between wineries during the weekend. It is your responsibility to drink responsibly; limit the amount of wine you taste by swirling, sniffing, sipping and spitting like the pros. Hydration stations are provided at each of the wineries.
There are a variety of transportation companies in the area (see link below), but they do book quickly! Please plan ahead to schedule a personal driver or add a Designated Driver ($55 p/day) ticket for a responsible someone in your group. Note that as an event, we do not accept buses/limos that hold more than 24 people. However not all wineries can accommodate buses and limousines so please refer to this document and plan ahead. Parking will be available at each winery.
A note on cell phone service & ride sharing applications in Dry Creek Valley – cell phone service comes in and out through the Valley and some carriers provide more reliable service than others. This, combined with the large concentration of people in the area make it difficult to utilize any ride sharing apps throughout Passport weekend. Some wineries may provide WiFi to their attendees but please know it may not be readily available.
Sonoma County is TripAdvisor’s top wine country destination in the U.S. When visiting for Passport to Dry Creek Valley you have your selection of choices: boutique hotels, resorts, bed & breakfasts, small inns and vacation rentals. As Passport has grown to be the beloved wine country tradition, these tend to book up well in advance so don’t wait!
In terms of proximity to Dry Creek Valley, we suggest staying in these cities (listed by distance): Healdsburg, Windsor, Geyserville, Cloverdale, Santa Rosa, Rohnert Park.
Reminder – tickets go on sale to the public February 1st at 10am