Get Your Passport Stamped “Lytton Springs.” Receive Bliss.

Passport to Dry Creek Valley: A Modern Tradition with Century-Old Roots

That’s the tagline, and no producer enacts its promise quite like Lytton Springs.

Modern? Yes. By way of tradition. An Ecologically Friendly Building Made of Straw — Straw Bales, Earthen Plaster, Recycled Lumber, Passive Solar Design & Night Air Cooling, Solar Panels — in short, Lytton Springs …

Lytton Springs. Where you enjoy Old Vine Wines here

While gazing out on Old Vines there

Dry Creek Valley is an extraordinary portion of the wine landscape. And this event is a tremendous opportunity to sample its wares.

And you know this.

And we know you have a great array of choices when you visit, particularly when it’s the Passport To Dry Creek Valley event. Everyone pulls out the stops; it’s an oenophiles dream. If the maxim runs that the customer is always right, then Passport ups the ante; this weekend, the customer is always ELATED.

If it’s the pulling out of stops that you wish, then pulling out the stops is what we’ll do. Dig this …

The Wines:

2010 ESTATE CHARDONNAY, $40
Varietals: 100% chardonnay
Location: Monte Bello Ridge, Santa Cruz Mountains
Elevation: 1,400-1,900 feet
Soils: Decomposing Franciscan green stone, clay, fractured limestone

 2009 LYTTON SPRINGS, $37
Varietals: 64% zinfandel, 20% carignane, 12% petite sirah, 2% alicante bouschet,
2% mataro (mourvèdre)
Location: Lytton Estate, Dry Creek Valley
Soils: Gravelly clay loam

 2010 EAST BENCH, $28
Varietals: 100% zinfandel
Location: Lytton West, Dry Creek Valley
Soils: Gravelly clay and loam

2005  Lytton Estate
Grenache, $28
Varietals: 88% grenache, 6% petite sirah, 6% zinfandel
Location: Lytton Estate, Dry Creek Valley
Soils: Gravelly clay loam

2007 LYTTON ESTATE
SYRAH/Grenache, $30
Varietals:  50% syrah, 50% grenache
Location: Lytton West, Dry Creek Valley
Soils: Gravelly clay and loam

 The Food:

Boneless Lamb
Osso Bucco
with Green Garlic Gremolata
& Silky Mascarpone Polenta

(Prepared with locally sourced
ingredients by Feast Catering
of Santa Rosa)

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The hard facts of the event can be found here. We hope you bought tickets, because I believe the event is now sold out. For those of you who do have tickets, we hope you visit us. We’d love to see you.



Categories: Events & Photographs, Food & Wine Pairing, Lytton Springs

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1 reply

  1. We’re coming, as usual! Hope to see you there, Christopher!
    And may I suggest a nosh for the non-meat-eaters?
    Polenta with gremolata sounds fine!

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