Sauvignon Blanc

Dry Creek Valley

For more than 50 years, Dry Creek Vineyard has been a leader in Sauvignon Blanc in California. Inspired by the dry white wines of France’s Loire Valley, winery Founder David S. Stare was the first person to plant Sauvignon Blanc in Dry Creek Valley against the advice of viticultural experts. The winery’s first vintage in 1972 included a Fumé Blanc that proved his intuition right. Today, under the leadership of his daughter, Winery President Kim Stare Wallace, Dry Creek Vineyard remains a standard bearer for the variety.

From Grape to Glass

Learn how the Dry Creek Valley climate, unique clonal selections and an innovative approach to winemaking converge to produce this extraordinary wine.

The Dry Creek Difference

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This elegant wine reflects the vision of our second generation to produce Sauvignon Blanc that expresses Dry Creek Valley’s unique terroir, with racy acidity and a full-bodied mouthfeel.

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Distinctive and unique clones of Sauvignon Musqué and Sauvignon Gris provide added dimension and depth.

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Stainless steel fermentation was supplemented with small amounts of chestnut, acacia and neutral French oak to lend additional character and nuance to this delicious wine.

Flavor Profile:

Passionfruit Guava Meyer Lemon Lime Cucumber


Elegant, Full-Bodied, Complex, Aromatic

Food Pairing:

Oysters, Shellfish, Grilled Chicken, Sushi

Wellness Details:

Vegan Gluten Free No Sugar Added

About Dry Creek Vineyard:

Family owned and sustainably farmed since 1972 in Sonoma County, California.