Passport to Dry Creek Valley Themes – Part 6
With Passport to Dry Creek Valley just over a week away, we’ve reached the end of our series just in time for the beginning of the parties! Here are the last six wineries’ themes for our upcoming Passport weekend. If you still need tickets, click here.
Once again an annual mouthwatering experience awaits you at Talty Winery with cherry chipotle lamb tacos prepared by Ken Rochioli of KR Catering. Paired with the newly released 2012 Talty Estate Dry Creek Zinfandel or our current releases, 2012 Filice Connolly Zinfandel and 2012 Dwight Family Dry Creek Zinfandel, this makes for a Zinlicious time. No limos or buses please.
Huge Wine Sale. Live entertainment. Lots of tri-tip, sausage, focaccia and chocolate. Rock & Roll with the Fargo Bros. Taste a vertical of our Terranova, Petite Sirah. Taste Zinfandel and Terraluna. Available to purchase, library verticals of Terranova, Petite Sirah and Zinfandel. Large and small format bottles.
Passport festivities will be in full swing with the cool blues groove of BrotherCat and the outrageously delectable food prepared by Peter Brown of Jimtown Store. What makes this extra special is Truett-Hurst’s fantastic wines, barrel tastings of the ’14s, special case prices and new releases. Add the beautiful banks of Dry Creek and the friendliest hosts and you have the perfect day.
Come aboard, we’re cruising to the South Seas! West Wines’ crew will seat you on deck to enjoy wines paired with Polynesian themed food while listening to live music. West Wines is a family winery crafting European style wines from sustainably-farmed estate vineyards. Don’t miss the Captain’s Lounge and its library collection wines. No buses please.
Get your Passport stamped when you board at Wilson Winery to embark on a cruise down the Zin River. Captain Diane and Cruise Director Alexis will ensure you enjoy hand-crafted, award-winning wines and the local foods from Feast Catering during your shore excursions in Spain, France, and Italy. No cruise is complete without live entertainment with DJ Fiznik Rick.
Come enjoy this beautiful tasting room and deck with sweeping views of Dry Creek Valley. Be among the first to taste the highly acclaimed 2013 zinfandels and petite sirah straight from the barrels as Zichichi open up their cellar for you to barrel taste from. As always, dine on the spectacular Yucatan cuisine from Mateo Granados, former executive chef of Dry Creek Kitchen and now owner of Mateo’s Cucina Latina. No buses please.
To plan your #DCVPassport weekend, check out our online itinerary planner.
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