Frick Winery is 7.77 acres and a man.
Dry Creek Valley, Sonoma County, California
OCTOBER: Harvest and crush in Dry Creek Valley continues. To date I have harvested viognier, syrah, cinsaut, carignane, mourvedre (they all taste fabulous). Still to harvest is cinsaut and counoise. The sun is no longer directly overhead so shadows define vines and trees. A cool crispness greets me at dawn. This is a fine time of year to be out and about in the vineyard.
Frick wines are available winery direct on this site and from the winery tasting room at 23072 Walling Rd, Geyserville, CA. I am OPEN Sat & Sun 12-4:30.
This is my life. I live and work in Dry Creek Valley, Sonoma County to produce quality wines from homegrown Rhône grape varieties. Delicious natural wines that are wonderful with good food or by the glass. All are small batch. They exhibit delicious natural expressions of vineyard, grape and vintage.
2019 marks my 43rd year in business as Frick Winery. It was started in 1976 by me, Bill Frick, and my wonderful late wife Judith Gannon with help from the proceeds from the sale our 1957 Chevrolet. A big dream that began and remains small.
All my wines grow on steep, sunny hillsides in Dry Creek Valley of Sonoma County, California. The grape varieties are all Rhône: syrah, viognier, cinsaut, grenache, counoise, carignane, and mourvèdre. The character of my specific location; brilliant sunshine, cool foggy mornings and rocky soil shines through in every bottle. - Bill Frick
Frick Wines are rarely distributed. Shop here or come to the tasting room.
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