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Dry Creek Vineyard Begins Historic 50th Harvest

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Dry Creek Vineyard announced the beginning of its 50th harvest just one day after the winery's anniversary of 49 years of family winemaking in Sonoma County, California. This historic vintage was marked with the arrival of 10.35 tons of Sauvignon Blanc from one of the family's estate vineyards.

"Competition is at an all time high in our industry, so being true to our wines, our vineyards and the terroir of our region is more important than ever before," said Stare Wallace. "Instead of getting sucked into the increasing corporatization of the industry, our family winery is bucking the trends and is an increasingly rare breed."

"We are proud to be looking towards celebrating our 50th anniversary in 2022," continued Stare Wallace. "Our goal is to continue forward into the future as an iconic, family-owned, heritage brand – reflecting the true essence of Sonoma County."

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