We've participated in Passport to Dry Creek Valley 6 times out of the last 7 years and started at Rued a couple trips back. It's now one of our go-to wineries anytime were in the Healdsburg area. These are family farmer/winemakers, headed by Richard Rued and down to earth and self-effacing. That covers the people-great.
The wines cover the usual gamut of CA wine producers. I was particularly taken with their unoaked Chardonnay, a nice contrast to the usual highly oaked and buttery CA Chards. Their Pinot (from the cooler climate Russian River) is very good. Their wines are all reasonably priced, well made and a pleasure to drink.
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