The 28th Annual Passport to Dry Creek Valley – Sonoma Wine Country’s premier wine and food festival – is back on April 29 and 30. Over the course of one unforgettable weekend, guests are invited to experience all the finest flavors and sensations Sonoma has to offer.
Each pass to the festival includes access to:
- Over 45 participating Dry Creek Valley wineries.
- Elaborate themed celebrations at each winery.
- Exquisite food and wine pairings.
- The best Sonoma County chefs.
- An intimate series of winemaker lunches & dinners.
- Grape-to-glass experiences in the wine world’s most coveted vineyards.
A Prelude to the Passport
Guests can kick off Passport to Dry Creek Valley weekend with a carefully curated lunch or winemaker dinner on Friday, April 28. This modern tradition with century-old roots is an opportunity to enjoy delectable wine and food pairings while spending time with your favorite winemaker and learning about grape growing directly from the source.
New Vineyard Experiences
New for 2017, the Passport is offering Vineyard Designate Experiences, inviting visitors to get their boots dirty at Dry Creek Valley’s acclaimed vineyards. Hosted by legendary winemakers and owners, you’ll taste through different personalities and styles of wines made from the vines just within your reach. Each vineyard delivers gorgeous, unique views of Dry Creek Valley and promises an experience unlike any other.
Tickets for the weekend range from $25 to $200, with different levels for more basic and VIP packages. Click here to learn more about the Passport to Dry Creek Valley.