Spring Valley Vineyard
About the Winery
For well over 100 years, the Corkrum family has been farming the land north of Walla Walla known as Spring Valley. The family's wheat farming heritage added wine grapes in 1993, and a winery in 1999. Because of the land's extraordinary terroir, the wines from Spring Valley Vineyard are arguably the most unique produced in Washington state. To maintain this uniqueness, all of Spring Valley's wines are 100% Estate grown and bottled. To honor their family heritage, founders Dean Derby and Shari Corkrum Derby have named their wines for the ancestors who established and farmed Spring Valley. Uriah Corkrum was Shari's grandfather, and is the namesake for Spring Valley's most acclaimed wine. Uriah is a Merlot-based blend that has had three vintages rated "94" by Wine Spectator - the first two of which appeared on their prestigous "Top 100" list. Frederick Corkrum was Shari's father, and is the namesake for another of Spring Valley's highly rated wines. Frederick is a Cabernet-based blend that offers amazing depth, and should age tirelessly for years to come. Nina Lee was Frederick's wife and the namesake for the 100% Syrah produced by Spring Valley.
1663 Corkrum Road
Walla Walla, WA 99362United States