Our fruit can be found in leading Northern California
stores such as Whole Foods Markets throughout Sonoma County, and restaurants including the
Dry Creek Kitchen, John Ash & Co., and the Farmhouse Inn.
In addition, our produce is available through Sonoma County
Markets and at the on-site farm stand on weekends in the summer.
Here is what some customers are saying
about Dry Creek peaches:
More than his other restaurants, Charlie Palmer's Dry
is about a sense of place. "When you go to Tuscany,
you drink Tuscan
wines," he says. "Here,
it's all about Sonoma." If
Dry Creek peaches
are in season—"so intensely
ripe it's mind boggling," Palmer
says—they're on the menu, in soups, salads, and desserts.
(Charlie Palmer, executive chef of Dry Creek Kitchen)
"These are the best peaches in the
world. They have this incredible flavor because they
are tree-ripened and handpicked", said
renowned chef, author, and food and wine educator.
"Summer would not be summer without
Dry Creek peaches, plums, and nectarines. We've been
a customer since the peach farm started and we look forward
to using their fruit every year", says
Kathleen Stewart, owner of Downtown Bakery in Healdsburg.
list of restaurants and bakeries using Dry Creek peaches:
Campo Fina/Scopa, Healdsburg
Chez Panisse, Berkeley
Downtown Bakery, Sonoma County
Dry Creek Kitchen, Sonoma County
Farmhouse Inn, Sonoma County
John Ash & Co., Sonoma County
Kokkari, San Francisco
Patisserie Angelica, Sebastopol
State Bird Provisions/The Progress, San Francisco
Stores and markets where you may
find Dry Creek peaches:
Oakville Grocery, Sonoma County
Whole Foods Markets - Sebastopol, Santa Rosa
Sonoma County Farmer's Markets where you can find Dry Creek