Lot 630 | 2015 Dry Creek Valley
Gold Medal, 2018 Denver Int'l Wine Competition; A quintessential expression of Sonoma Zin - one of the best we've ever released, if not the best.
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- Dry Creek Valley
- Alcohol by Volume
- Cases Produced
- Now through 2024
- Release Email
Perhaps Sonoma’s (if not all of California’s and hence the world’s) greatest appellation for growing top quality Zinfandel, the Dry Creek Valley is a small AVA sandwiched between the Russian River and Lake Sonoma. Despite a growing reputation as one of the premier wine travel destinations on the North Coast, it remains a tiny, rural area filled with family-owned vineyards, one deli, and no traffic lights.
Sourced a from a pioneering Dry Creek producer who was, understandably, quite proud of the wine (but not much willing to understand the state of the Zinfandel market these days), this deal took about eight months to wait out, but it was worth it. This is, if not the best, certainly among the best Zinfandels we’ve ever released. Pure pleasure in a glass.
Didn’t know I could love a Zinfandel this much. Wow.
A very easy drinking Zin
I really loved this one. Ordered a second case when more became available. Too bad it is now out of stock. I will be watching for another Dry Creek Zinfandel in the future.
Glad I got more
Great Zin! I like cabs but as a change of pace this Zin is grat, nice and dry with some fruit. Will savor the remaining bottles over time
Nothing Dry About This Creek
I love the Zins from Dry Creek AVA, and this was no exception. Not too sweet and not too dry with just the right balance to make sipping alone a pleasure or pair with your favorite meat.
Way too sweet for me!
This zin wasn't dry at all; it was sweet. Way too sweet for me. I'd pass on this next time.
Excellent! Recommend and would buy again.
Loved the wine! Dark, plenty of fruit but dry.
Oh yes this Zinfandel is excellent. Finished our last bottle and wanting more.
This one is a very good Zinfandel and I wish that I had more to enjoy.
This was highly rated and did not disappoint. Great fruit and spice. Let it open for an hour or so. Went great with my award winning fajitas!!
Another great QPR
Needs decanting, but if you can wait, the reward is worthy. Day 2 and 3 and the wine was still soaring. Classic Dry Creek zin. Decant a good hour if you want a fuller initial experience.