This winter weather in Dry Creek Valley has been anything but dry! But all that rain sure does make for beautiful and unique pictures. Don’t worry, the vines are dormant this time of year and the weather does not harm them (or your favorite wines!) in any way.
Our wineries and visitors have a great eye for the aesthetic and capturing the natural beauty of any season! Here are some of our favorites:
Frost, fog & floods definitely sum up this winter & @DryCreekVineyard is seizing every picture-perfect moment.
We think @DeLaMontanya_Winery captioned this photo best!
Foggy vineyards make a moody and dramatic scene at the Dry Creek Valley General Store (@dcgs1881).
When you can’t see where the trees begin in the creek – you know it’s been a wet winter! Thanks @TzabachoRanchoVineyards for this great shot.
(Check in on the real-time winter weather in Dry Creek Valley – visit our Geography & Climate page!)
Lush cover crops between rows of vines at @KokomoWinery provide nutrients to the soils AND gorgeous bursts of colors in this winter weather.
Who says white wine is just for summer drinking? The new fire pit at @ComstockWines is the perfect place to enjoy any Dry Creek wine!
And to wrap up a gorgeous rainbow at @MillCreekWinery. Proof there is beauty to any storm!
Be sure to follow the above wineries and us on Instagram @DryCreekValleyWines to keep up on all things Dry Creek Valley!
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