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Signature Wines

  • 2023 Rosé Photo
    2023 Rosé Estate, Dry Creek Valley
  • 2023 Heather's Cuvée Photo
    2023 Heather's Cuvée Estate, Dry Creek Valley
  • 2023 Gewürztraminer Photo
    2023 Gewürztraminer Estate, Dry Creek Valley
  • 2022 Chardonnay Photo
    2022 Chardonnay Estate, Dry Creek Valley
  • 2019 Zinfandel Photo
    2019 Zinfandel Dry Creek Valley

    Winemaker Notes

    The grapes for the 2019 Dry Creek Zinfandel came from three Dry Creek Valley vineyards. 60% came from family cousin Matt Kreck, 37% came from the Mill Creek Winery estate Hillside, and 3% came from the vineyards of Ray Teldeschi. As most Mill Creek followers know, Dry Creek Valley is renowned as California's premier Zinfandel producing appellation.

    Harvesting for this Zinfandel begins before dawn when overnight temperatures are lowest. Immediately upon delivery to the winery, the grape clusters are de-stemmed and the berries transferred to a temperature-controlled stainless steel tank where they are cold soaked for about four days before being inoculated with yeast to begin fermentation, which can take up to two weeks. Following pressing, the new wine is moved to oak barrels for 18 months aging.

    Tasting Notes

    The nose of this Zinfandel shows Bing Cherry and tobacco with a hint of butterscotch. The taste is of bold spice and Bing Cherry. The finish is long and has lingering pepper and spice. Try with a braised meats, or tri-tip in a teriyaki marinade.


  • 2019 Merlot Photo
    2019 Merlot Alexander Valley
  • 2012
    2012 "4739" Dessert Wine (Port) 375ml Dry Creek Valley

    Our 2012 4739 Dessert Wine is made from Estate Merlot grapes. The 4739 name is taken from our bonded winery number.  Although we can not label it Port because of an agreement between the United States and the European Union, it is made in a port style being fortified with Brandy.