The Red Mountain AVA receives five inches of precipitation a year. On this day, we received three inches of snow which translates to about 10% (0.04″ of rainfall) of our annual precipitation. Since most of you visit in the warmer months, we thought you’d enjoy seeing your favorite Red Mountain AVA vineyards with a coat of snow […]
You step on it, kick it around, not thinking twice about…until you enjoy a wine that does somersaults on your palate, proposes to your taste buds, and lingers longer than your most recent thought. It’s the dirty secret that wine enthusiasts never keep. Dirt matters! And here’s what matters about the dirt when it comes […]
The next time you visit the Red Mountain AVA to taste wines from us and our neighbors, you’ll notice there’s a lot of sage brush and cheat grass missing down Sunset Rd in place of land prepped to be planted this spring. Here’s a quick photo tour by my father in-law, Jay Frichette of all the huge projects underway on […]
In this incredible short video, the Guild of Sommeliers explain the fascinating history of how floods and volcanoes created the unique growing conditions in the State of Washington, making it ideal for growing wine grapes. Thank you, Guild of Sommeliers, for creating this fun-fact packed video on Washington Wines. Enjoy!