In 1889, my great-great-grandfather started our winery. Since then, we have been through many trials – World War I, the Spanish flu pandemic, the Spanish Civil War, and World War II to name a few. We have persevered through hard times, and we will survive this.
Wine is about community.
Wine brings joy to the moments we share, and there is nothing more precious than the time we spend with friends and family, especially in hard times. We chose to start our new winery in the Walla Walla Valley because of the community we found here.
I am very proud to call Walla Walla my home.
As long as we continue to help each other out, I am sure we will make it through together. But this situation will require that we do our best and that we bring out the best in those around us.
We care deeply about all of our customers, as well as everyone in the winemaking and hospitality industry. To protect the health of our customers, our employees, and our community, our tasting room and restaurant will be closed for now.
We look forward to the day when we can open our doors and our arms to everyone again.