4391 Dry Creek Valley - Healdsburg
Dry Creek Valley - Healdsburg
Dry Creek Valley Home and Vineyard
Dry Creek Valley Vineyard Views
Large Open Living Space
Abundance of Natural Light - Dry Creek Valley
Open Living Space - Additional - Dry Creek Valley Healdsburg
Master Bedroom - Dry Creek Valley Vineyard Escape, Healdsburg
Back Deck, Dry Creek Valley, Healdsburg Vineyard Views
Dry Creek Valley, Healdsburg Mature Trees
Dry Creek Valley Vineyard House - Side View
Estate View Potential - Dry Creek Valley - Healdsburg
Dry Creek Valley, Healdsburg Vineyard House View
Old Vine Zinfandel
Old Vine Zinfandel, Dry Creek Valley, Healdsburg
Zinfandel, Dry Creek Valley
Aerial View of Old Vine Zinfandel In Dry Creek Valley
View Towards Estate Potential In Dry Creek Valley, Healdsburg
Rolling Vineyard In Dry Creek Valley, Healdsburg
View From Potential Estate Site, Dry Creek Valley
Dry Creek Valley, Healdsburg
View Across The Vineyard, Dry Creek Valley
Approximate Property Boundary, Dry Creek Valley
Additional Information

Dry Creek Valley Appellation (AVA)

10,000 vineyard acres

50 wineries

Earned AVA status in 1983

Approximately 16 miles long and 2 miles wide, Dry Creek Valley is one of the smallest enclosed American Viticultural Areas. Roughly 9,300 acres of vineyards extend along the valley floor, the surrounding benchlands and hillsides, and 58 wineries produce a diverse selection of wines ranging from the renowned Zinfandels to Bordeaux and Mediterranean varietals. The history of grape growing and winemaking in Dry Creek Valley is among the longest in California, with its roots beginning more than 130 years ago.
Morning fog from the Pacific Ocean tempers warm days – good balance of maritime and inland climates. The stone-strewn soils are ideal for concentrating fruit and flavor character of Zinfandel, the hallmark of Dry Creek Valley, along with Cabernet Sauvignon, and the resulting wines are rock solid examples of their types.