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Dry Creek

In many ways, Dry Creek Valley is quintessentially Sonoma County-- where warm days are tempered by morning fog from the Pacific and food-friendly varieties like Sauvignon Blanc and Zinfandel boldly emerge, both on the narrow valley floor and the wooded hillsides above. Originally planted by French immigrants in 1870, Italian pioneers soon discovered a geography that was reminiscent of their native Tuscany and Piedmont. They planted Petite Sirah,

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In many ways, Dry Creek Valley is quintessentially Sonoma County-- where warm days are tempered by morning fog from the Pacific and food-friendly varieties like Sauvignon Blanc and Zinfandel boldly emerge, both on the narrow valley floor and the wooded hillsides above. Originally planted by French immigrants in 1870, Italian pioneers soon discovered a geography that was reminiscent of their native Tuscany and Piedmont. They planted Petite Sirah,

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