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Travel Tuesday: A Visit to Dry Creek Vineyard

"Don't judge each day by the harvest you reap but by the seeds that you plant." - Robert Louis Stevenson
Do you consider yourself an explorer? If so, do you sometimes wonder where the spirit of wine exploration has gone? It's a thought on my mind these days; as I now quietly sit behind this computer screen recalling the fond summer memories discovering a region I'm sure most of you are familiar with but do you really know Dry Creek?  When is the last time you just drilled down deep into a wonderfully diverse sub-appellation known as the Dry Creek Valley? 

I think it's one of the best ways to discover new and exciting wines, winemakers and places to hang out in these regions. Many of you locals may know [seen below] this already, but I found this great spot to enjoy lunch, a short drive away, with shade, where you can hear the not-so dry creek babbling in the background and perhaps even get a look at a few fish swimming by on a lazy afternoon. Dry Creek Vineyard…

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