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Willis Hall

The name WILLIS HALL was drawn from the names of two members of John Bell's family and was chosen to honor two special individuals who were significant in John's life. WILLIS was John's father's middle name, and HALL was John's maternal grandmother's maiden surname.

Watts Roost Vineyard

Watts Roost Vineyard is owned by Frank & Barbara Tuckwiller. What had started out as a retirement dream has turned into reality. There were a few bumps along the way, but now they tend to 9,000 plants on 9 acres and welcome visitors who stop by.
Appellations: West Virginia

Latitude 46 N

Latitude 46 N falls just south of the town of Walla Walla Washington and runs through the great viticultural regions of our state. Blending wine from great sites, coupled with meticulous winemaking create wines of added complexity and nuance.
Appellations: Washington

Dowsett Wines

Our winery is in Walla Walla, Washington, the home of great wines, onions and windmills.

Mission Hill Winery

At Mission Hill Family Estate, our grape-growing and winemaking philosophy is simple. We believe that what happens in the vineyard determines what happens in the bottle. It’s about growing the best grapes under the best possible conditions. It’s about being relentless in the pursuit of quality.

Greata Ranch Vineyards

The first vines were planted in 1996 and the first harvest in the fall of 1998. Since that time Greata Ranch Vineyards has produced high quality grapes that have been showcased in many CedarCreek wines.
Appellations: Canada, British Columbia

Stomani Cellars & Winery

At Stomani Cellars our focus is in making great wines in an Urban Setting with fruit from Washington State wine growing regions. Alex (the winemaker) works with the best Italian grape varietal, Sangiovese, blending this with Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah and Merlot to create our signature red wines.

Okanogan Estate and Vineyards

Okanogan Estate & Vineyards is located in Oroville, Washington, a turn of the century gold mining town, just five miles south of the Canadian Border on U.S. Highway #97 and minutes from British Columbia’s renowned Okanagan Valley wine region.
Appellations: Washington

O'Shea Scarborough

We started making Washington garage wines in 2003 based off this crazy notion that we could make Washington wine a little differently. Whether we succeeded is up to you. O’Shea, a Washington native, and Scarborough, a St.

Agate Field Vineyard

Agate Field is a small family owned and operated vineyard and winery located in Zillah Washington. We are in the heart of the Yakima Valley; our vineyard is located on a hill overlooking Whiskey Canyon where the soil is optimal for growing wine grapes.