Madeleine Angevine   A white grape variety grown in Europe (popular in England) and into Central Asia.  Locally, it is found in the Puget Sound and the Okanogan Valley. It makes a dry, crisp wine with notes of floral and fruity aromas.

Siegerrebe    Is a pink/red skinned aromatic grape that produces a white wine. Grown in Germany, UK, Canada and US.  Very well suited for our NW climate.

Pinot Gris      Pinot Gris are from white grapes with grayish/brown pink skin, coming from the worlds cooler regions are naturally low in acidity and high in sugars.  Planted in our vineyard 550 feet above the Columbia River.  This micro climate is be ideal for Pinot gris grapes.


Pinot Noir   Pinot Noir Precoce grape. Known in Germany as “Fruhburgunder” with incredibly rich and opulent aromas.  This ripens earlier than the typical Pinot Noir and very suitable for our terroir and climate site.  Besides having the aromatic complexity of the Pinot Noir, featuring the typical cherry fruit, floral aromas and earthly flora scents of Pinot Noir but with less acidity and tannins.

Leon Millot     A dark-skinned French- American hybrid which ripens early.  Common in cooler US regions as well as Canada.  This grape has small clusters and takes us more labor to hand harvest.  We have been growing it at our vineyard here in the NW near the Columbia River for the past seven years.  The juice is dark red, and this grape is a good one for blending with lighter reds

Marechal Foch A dark skin French-American hybrid that ripens early. Introduced in France in 1920.  Foch is often not labeled as a varietal name but produces a wine like the best grown in the Rhone Valley or Italy.  Also, small clusters like the Leon Millot.

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