Walla Walla Valley American Viticultural Area "AVA"

We sourced Cabernet Sauvignon grapes for our first vintage from Golden Ridge Vineyard.  Located in the Northeast portion of Walla Walla, this 20 year old vineyard is meticulously farmed by Michael and Cindy Rasch.



Yakima Valley AVA

For our second vintage, we sourced Cabernet Sauvignon grapes from DuBrul Vineyard in Yakima Valley. First planted in 1992 by Hugh and Kathy Shiels, it has become one of Washington's premier vineyards under their stewardship. The vineyard sits on rocky, south facing slopes near the town of Outlook, WA.



Columbia Valley AVA

Wine grapes were first planted at this site in 1973.  Since then, Cabernet Sauvignon has become the flagship variety of the vineyard.  The site sits majestically on slopes overlooking the Columbia River.  The grapes for our third vintage come from Block 18 which was re-planted in 2000.  



Walla Walla Valley AVA

Located in the foothills of the Blue Mountains, Les Collines Vineyard sits in the Southeast portion of Walla Walla.  Due to its elevation, Les Collines has one of the longest growing seasons in the Columbia Valley.  This extended season ensures that fruit has the best opportunity to reach full physiological ripeness.  This vineyard has always been on our "list." In 2019 we got the opportunity to purchase Cabernet Sauvignon from the older and higher elevation Block 45, so we jumped at it! 



Red Mountain AVA

Fruit for the 2020 vintage comes from Klipsun Vineyards.  One of Washington’s most iconic vineyards, Klipsun sits above the Yakima River in the Red Mountain AVA.  First planted in 1983, and now consisting of 120 planted acres, this vineyard is known for its rich, tannic fruit.  Our rows are in Block 20, which was planted in 2001.