Passport To Dry Creek Valley

Is just a few days away! I’m sure most of you are just as excited as we are. We are actually almost fully booked for this week, so if you’re still looking for a place to stay, feel free to give us a call and we’d love to help you out. The following vacation homes are still available for Passport Weekend.

Retreat At Dry Creek Valley

Calistoga Cottage

Chef’s Retreat

Starling’s Rest

Zen Breezes

Casa de la Luna

We have a few reminders for Passport weekend, so please take the time to read the following:

– No one under 21 is allowed in this event- Please be prepared to show your identification card and have it handy at all times.

– Healdsburg is a very dog friendly town, however, for this weekend, dogs and other pets will not be allowed in this event as there will be a lot of foot traffic, and most wineries will also be serving food.

– Passport activities start at 11:0AM and check-ins start at 10:45AM. Please do not arrive before 10:45AM.

– Attendees must pick up their Passports from their starting winery. Do not attempt to pick up Passports for attendees who are not present.

– Show Passports before entering Passport areas.

– Wear ID bracelets on wrist.

– Carry identification.

– The Winegrowers of Dry Creek Valley reserves the right to revoke the Passports of any attendees who by their actions pose a danger to themselves, other attendees, winery personnel or property.

– Not all wineries can accomodate buses and limousines. Please check with every winery listing for restrictions.

Here’s a list of suggestions by the Winegrowers of Dry Creek Valley:

– No fragrances- to enhance your enjoyment of the wines of Dry Creek Valley, they ask you to refrain from wearing perfume, colognes, aftershaves, or lotions. Fragrances can overwhelm the aromas and taste of the wine for you and the people around you.

– Drink responsibly.

– Drive carefully- most roads in Dry Creek and West Dry Creek Road are very narrow and have blind corners. West Dry Creek Road is extremely narrow, so please drive slow. You can read more about wine country driving here.

Have fun and be safe!

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