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"This is something I feel good about inviting someone over to share with me. It's something to be proud of."

- Dave's thoughts of Dreaming Tree

Unexpected Pairing

When Dave Matthews and Sean McKenzie first met, they realized they had a few things in common, like a passion for making wine at least as strong as their passion for drinking it.

They set out into wine country, looking for a way to make quality wines accessible to everyone. Along the way, they found inspiration in the down-to-earth characters and unforgettable flavors that give the region its rare kind of charm.

Recipes from the Road

Inspired by the local ingredients of each of Dave Matthews' tour stops, Chef Fiona Bohane prepares meals perfectly paired for our wines – from pecan crusted white fish in Charleston, NC to Mojo Braised Pork Shoulder in Berkeley, CA. Check out Chef Fiona's favorite recipes with their wine pairing and make some of Dave's favorite dishes at home.

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May 5, 2017

Sean McKenzie Talks California Terroir and The Dreaming Tree Line-Up of Wines

The Dreaming Tree winemaker Sean McKenzie recently talked with Tim McNally, host of the New Orleans radio show, Dine, Wine & Spirits. In the interview, Tim and Sean discuss the partnership between Sean and Dave Matthews at The Dreaming Tree, the benefits that California terroir has to offer and two of The Dreaming Tree’s current vintages: the 2016 Sauvignon Blanc and 2015 Pinot Noir.

Listen to the podcast at WGSO »

April 14, 2017

The Miami Herald Deems The Dreaming Tree Wines Worthy of Saving the Earth

In an article titled Drink Dave Matthews’ Wine and Save the Earth, The Miami Herald gives readers a look into the environmentally-friendly practices behind The Dreaming Tree brand. Wine columnist, Connie Ogle, shares some of the green and sustainable winemaking and packaging efforts by The Dreaming Tree, along with her thoughts on two of The Dreaming Tree’s current vintages: The 2016 Sauvignon Blanc and 2015 Pinot Noir.

Read the article at The Miami Herald »