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Winery suggestions for Chalk Hill, Knights Valley and Dry Creek Valley?

Acire | May 27, 2012 02:24 PM

With all of the amazing feedback I received from a previous post seeking advice and suggestions for wineries and restaurants in the Carneros area, I have returned to obtain advisement for these areas.

My boyfriend and I, along with two other couples will be staying in Healdsburg at the end of June for the weekend and would greatly appreciate some winery suggestions! We all love unique, off-the-beaten-path places. We are very laid back, go with the flow and have a deep appreciation for all good wine.

We would like to explore Chalk Hill and Knights Valley one day, and Dry Creek and Alexander Valley the next day. We know that the latter areas are much larger, but since we have already spent some time in those areas, we would like to devote a day to the smaller, unique areas of the former.

To give a feel for our taste, here are a few wineries that we have enjoyed in the area: Fieldstone, Jordan, Quivera, Raymond Burr, Robert Young
Other wineries that we have enjoyed in other AVAs are places like Adastra and Scribe; unique wines in a more personal setting.

Here's what we have come up with so far. We haven't yet found any for Dry Creek. Please suggest any others you feel would be more our taste and feel free to yay or nay any. Thank you!

Chalk Hill
Chateau Felice
Albini Family Vineyards

Knights Valley
Peter Michael Winery
Hans Fahden Vineyard
Anakota

Alexander Valley
Coyote Crest Vineyards & Winery
Stonestreet
Medlock Ames
Mojons Bench

Dry Creek/Healdsburg
Ramey
Open for suggestions!

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