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Passport to Dry Creek Valley: 10 Stops You Won’t Want to Miss This Weekend

Attending Passport to Dry Creek Valley this weekend? Here are ten wineries and stops to add to your itinerary.

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.

Remaining Passport tickets are available on Eventbrite. For more information about Passport to Dry Creek Valley and to use an interactive itinerary planner, click here.

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