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Gordon Brothers Cellars

Gordon Estate is located in the heart of the Columbia Valley in Washington State. We take great pride in being the oldest estate winery in Washington State by using only estate-grown grapes in making our superb, hand-crafted Washington wines.

Washington, Columbia Valley

Kyra Wines

Today we produce about 2000 cases per year with wines from our own vineyards as well as those we contract from others. Our best-selling wines include our award-winning Chenin Blanc and our Washington State Pinot Noir.

Washington, Wahluke Slope

Jones of Washington Winery

Jones of Washington is a family owned and operated winery that is committed to small-batch artisanal wines crafted with all the love and attention that people who are closely tied to the land can make.

Washington, Wahluke Slope, Columbia Valley

Martin-Scott Winery

Martin-Scott Winery, located in East Wenatchee, Washington, is a marriage of our best efforts and assets. We feature small quantities of handcrafted wines.

Washington, Columbia Valley

Cougar Crest Winery

COUGAR CREST ESTATE WINERY was established at the Walla Walla Airport in 2001 by Deborah and David Hansen. Owners of 50 acres of vineyard, all in the Walla Walla Appellation, they have sold wine grapes to other wineries for years.

Washington, Columbia Valley

Gilbert Cellars

Here in the Ahtanum Valley, just west of Yakima, our ancestors chose the agrarian life, all the way back in 1897.

Washington, Wahluke Slope, Horse Heaven Hills, Columbia Valley

Caterina Winery

Caterina is a boutique winery producing a wide range of wines from the Bohemian Series of Artistic Affordable Blends to the Vineyard Series of exclusive single vineyard old vine wines.


Covey Run

Take a stroll through our Columbia Valley vineyards in the heart of Washington State, and you’re likely to come across a covey of the quail that inspired our name. This premier wine-growing region produces some of the world’s finest varietals.

Washington, Columbia Valley, Yakima Valley

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