70 miles north of San Francisco and 20 miles east of the Pacific Ocean, Dry Creek Valley is ideally situated for winegrapes. Dry Creek Valley’s modern reputation for premium wine is a testament to the unique blend of soil, geography, and climate, which creates wine of singular quality and place. One of the smallest AVAs in size, the Dry Creek Valley experiences both coastal and inland influences as warm days allow the fruit to fully ripen, while coastal cooling in the evening enables the grapes to mature slowly and retain their acidity and balance. The perfect growing conditions for our voluptuous and structured Block 543 Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon!
"Dark and concentrated with delicious acai berry, blackberry, cassis and cherry flavors framed by coffee, herbs and spice. Ends gracefully with fine grained tannins." The Wine Buyer, 93 Points
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