We source our fruit from a variety of high quality vineyards. Grapes are selected based on terroir, grower skill, and potential to make great wine. Our wine-making techniques are meant to bring out the very best of the diverse choices in the Columbia Valley AVA.
Is located in Oregon’s Columbia Valley AVA, Echo, Oregon. Its wind swept and sunny Southeast slopes perch on the bluff overlooking the Umatilla River. The steep terrain at 850-foot elevation with deep volcanic ash makes a unique terroir for growing hardy, full-flavored grapes.
Golden Ridge Vineyard- Walla Walla Valley AVA
The Golden Ridge estate vineyard is known for growing quality grapes, with a location that has a unique microclimate due to elevation, slope, sun orientation and close proximity to the Blue Mountains. Elevation ranges from 1260 feet to 1350 above sea level, with a south-facing slope which maximizes soil drainage and sun exposure for the ripening grape clusters. The proximity to the Blue Mountains creates a rapid temperature drop at night of between 25-40 degrees from the daytime highs, which results in incredible flavor, dark color, and excellent acid retention in the grapes.
The Kolibri Vineyard is located in the Rattlesnake Hills (elev. 1180 ft.) overlooking the Columbia River Valley in South Central Washington State. The vineyard is a small, unique, energetic, and beautifully managed to deliver the highest quality fruit.
Les Collines (The Foothills) is one of the higher vineyards in the Walla Walla Valley with an upper elevation of 1,380 feet. Soil Moisture and weather data is recorded around the clock. This 240 acre vineyard is one of the valley leaders in minimal input farming with its own composting operation and extensive use of compost tea.
The Red Mountain AVA is located on a southwest-facing slope in south central Washington, a three and one-half hour drive from Seattle. At 4,040 acres (1,635 hectares), Red Mountain AVA is the smallest, warmest wine-grape growing region in Washington state. It’s unique combination of diverse geology, gentle south slope, consistent winds and notable heat profile along with it’s complex mixture of the most rare and highly valued soil types in Washington, has created created one of the most coveted wine-grape growing regions in the United States. The AVA’s red wine grapes such as Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot and Syrah are highly prized for creating wines of superb concentration and depth, which consistently earn critical acclaim.
Seven Hills is one of the first commercial vineyards in the Walla Walla Valley AVA. With an elevation of 850 to 1,050 feet, the site has excellent soil and air drainage and is one of the most technologically advanced in the industry. The vertically trained canopy, controlled cluster spacing and sunlight exposure generates uniform fruit ripeness. Soil moisture is monitored daily by computer with sophisticated drip irrigation scheduled to augment vine development yet limit excessive canopy growth. Yields are strictly controlled to assure ultra-premium quality.