Our Grapes

Les Collines Vineyard

Cabernet Sauvignon, Tempranillo

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Les Collines 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. It is internationally certified for sustainable farming by the IOBC and is certified as a Salmon Safe Vineyard. 

Crawford Vineyard

Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Lemberger, Pinot Grigio

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Located in a relatively cooler area just north of Prosser in the Yakima Valley, this 160 acre vineyard is family owned by 3rd generation farmers. They use a Geneva Double Curtain trellis system which allows their fruit to receive more light for a longer period of time. Sitting at an elevation of 1,000 feet, they are known for producing some of the richest and most flavorful grapes in the region.  


Cabernet Sauvignon

Los Oidos Vineyard is situated approximately 1100 feet elevation on Cottonwood Road in Walla Walla, Washington. The majority of the land is on the old river bed of Cottonwood Creek. In April 2009, the 15-acre Los Oidos Vineyard was planted on a ridge running east to west, sited on the property's highest ground. The elevated location enhances the frost protection provided by the wind machines, allowing cold air to drain away from the vines.