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Dry Creek Vineyard Block 10 Chardonnay

$83.99/ Bottle |  $1,007.99/ Case (12 Bottles)

Located in the cool Russian River Valley, the DCV Block 10 vineyard tends to ripen slowly, providing grapes that are deliciously balanced. In crafting this wine, just 30 rows are selected at the far northeast...

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Located in the cool Russian River Valley, the DCV Block 10 vineyard tends to ripen slowly, providing grapes that are deliciously balanced. In crafting this wine, just 30 rows are selected at the far northeast side of the property. This balanced Chardonnay carries aromas of peach, baked apple and candied ginger. A clean minerality carries from the nose to the first sip and expresses notes of pear, nectarine, Meyer lemon and honeysuckle. Traces of spice from its brief barrel aging help contribute to a rich yet bright mouthfeel. Excellent immediate drinkability, although the wine does have the potential to age well for 2–5 years.


Product Type White Wine
Varietal 100% Chardonnay
Bottle Size 750 ml
Alcohol/Volume 13.5%
Region Russian River Valley, USA
Vintage 2020
Produced By Dry Creek Vineyard
Case Quantity Twelve (12)
Product SKU NA
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Dry Creek Vineyard : SINCE 1972

Dry Creek Vineyard was the first new winery established in the Dry Creek Valley after Prohibition. It was David Stare’s vision to plant Sauvignon Blanc that firmly cemented the winery’s legacy as one of California’s most important.

The history of Dry Creek Vineyard is a long and colourful one. Founded in 1972 by David S. Stare, Dry Creek Vineyard paved the way for a renaissance of winemaking and viticulture in the Dry Creek Valley. Before his arrival, the Dry Creek Valley was little more than a few family farms and prune orchards. It was Dave’s vision to start a Loire Valley inspired winery, which triggered a viticultural reawakening in northern Sonoma County.

Vineyard diversity forms the cornerstone of Dry Creek Vineyard’s winemaking philosophy. Sonoma County’s vast array of growing conditions allows them to satisfy their desire to define varietal type by discovering varietal-specific growing conditions. To ensure a measure of control in this regard, they farm multiple vineyards within ten separate estate-owned properties that total approximately 185 vine acres.

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Healdsburg, California, USA | N 38.6531° W 122.9249°

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