Dry Creek Valley is one of Sonoma County’s most beautiful wine tasting areas. From creekside valley tasting rooms to sweeping hillside estates, the tasting landscape is unusually varied for such a small region. The scenery alone would make any local springtime event enjoyable, but the annual Passport to Dry Creek Valley pulls out all the stops: more than 40 wineries serve up gourmet food, live entertainment, and themed celebrations. This weekend, the event turns “flirty thirty.” We are excited to point event-goers toward 10 of our favorite stops.
A ticket to the festivities includes admission to all participating wineries on Saturday, April 27-Sunday, April 28. For folks who want more immersive small-group experiences, there are lots of add-on options on Friday, April 26 and in the mornings before the main event.