Last year Sonoma’s Dry Creek Vineyardraised a very special glass to toast its 50th anniversary of making wine in the AVA of the same name. When Dry Creek began the Dry Creek Valley AVA designation was just a far off dream, qualifying for status some 10 years later. However, in 1972 founder David Stare saw the potential for making robust, luscious wines like Zinfandel and juicy Sauvignon Blanc.
Crafted in a style similar to the great wines of Loire Valley, Dry Creek Fume Blanc leads with fragrant citrus blossoms and wild herb, with a gorgeous layer of crushed stone minerality. Flavors of lemon-lime, gooseberry, and passionfruit follow, creating a zesty pop of freshness in your mouth. It is a perfect wine to welcome spring. #cheers