Passport to Dry Creek Valley Recap- 25th Anniversary Edition

 

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Photo: Kristen Newsom

Dry Creek Valley Passport Wrap-Up – Our 25th Anniversary Edition

Now that it’s over, we can say unequivocally that our 25th Annual Passport to Dry Creek Valley, which took place over the weekend of April 26-27, was an amazing  success. Overall, it drew around 6,000 wine lovers to 50 of our member wineries, many of which boasted record numbers in wine sales and wine club sign-ups. This beloved two-day event’s signature combination of gourmet food, world-class wine (including barrel samples and new vintages) and live entertainment enticed thousands of visitors looking for an upscale wine weekend experience in an idyllic setting.

Below, we’ve done a visual round-up of some of the incredible sights and sounds from our member wineries over the event-filled Passport weekend, including some of the unique themes, fun, dancing and games our member wineries offered Passport visitors. Unforgettable memories were made and new friendships were forged over this amazing weekend that will continue to make Passport To Dry Creek Valley Sonoma County’s premier wine tasting event.

If you weren’t able to make it this year, not to worry! The 26th Annual Passport to Dry Creek Valley will take place April 25-26, 2015; tickets go on sale Sunday, February 1st at 10:00AM PST on www.wdcv.com. See you next year!

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Photo: Mauritson Family Winery via Exquise Magazine
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Photo: Sbragia Family Vineyards
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Photo: Chateau Diana
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Photo: West Wines
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Photo: West Wines
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Photo: West Wines
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 Photo: West Wines
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 Photo: peppersalsa
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Selby Winery via martindredmond
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Photo: Peterson Winery
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Photo: Wilson Winery
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Photo: Mill Creek Winery
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Photo: Chateau Diana via LvWineAndTravel