This vineyard sits near the base of the Blue Mountains, southwest of the city of Walla Walla. At 1650 feet in elevation, it is one of the higher vineyards in the Walla Walla Valley Appellation. The soil is a rich but shallow clay loam. Because of the hillside where the vineyard is oriented, air is constantly in motion at this site, often changing directions every few minutes. This has the effect of cooling the grapes on the hottest days, and allows us to expose the clusters to more direct sunlight.

Map of Washington State AVAs including our estate vineyards