We are proud to be featured in the May issue of Wine Spectator! James Laube dedicated his entire one-page, monthly column to Dry Creek Vineyard and how second generation owners Kim Stare Wallace and her husband Don are ‘Keeping The Dream Alive’.
When Don and Kim officially took the helm of our family winery in 2006, they put into place their vision of producing terroir-driven, appellation-focused, varietal-defining wines. For more than a decade, they have been firmly committed to a “no compromises” philosophy, and shifted the winemaking practices and vineyard management to maximize flavors and reflect the Dry Creek Valley. Basically, in a world where things are getting faster and bigger, Dry Creek Vineyard is taking a smaller and slower approach.
Dry Creek Vineyard is one of the last truly private, family-owned iconic wineries consistently producing 90-point wines. We are thrilled that James Laube and Wine Spectator wanted to share our story, and we hope you will pick up the May 31st issue and read it for yourselves.