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Longer growing season results in higher yields and excellent quality. Yakima Valley, Wash — (Oct. 20, 2016) — The 2016 winegrape harvest is winding down in the Yakima Valley. The overall impression: Great vintage. Last winter’s...

This week’s blog post offers a final look at the Cabernet Sauvignon vines we are monitoring throughout the growing season. These grapes have been or will soon be harvested and transported to the winery. ...

The Yakima Valley has experienced an unseasonably warm spring keeping wine grape growers busy. Warm weather this time of year shows the promise of another great vintage. “An early bloom usually means a good vintage,”...

[caption id="attachment_780" align="alignleft" width="225"] Yakima Valley's DuBrul Vineyard, One of Washington State's iconic vineyards.[/caption] This New Year’s Eve will be particularly special across the Washington State wine industry. As the clock strikes midnight, Yakima Valley grape...

GROWERS TAKE CENTER STAGE IN YAKIMA VALLEY SUMMER VINEYARD TOUR SERIES July Tours With Four Notable Grape Growers The growing trend of Americans wanting to know the ingredient source of everything they consume is quickly taking them...

In 1992 we planted DuBrul Vineyard in the Yakima Valley, Washington’s oldest appellation.  Our experienced team and spectacular site consistently produce grapes with unique flavors and structure.  Meticulously cared for, DuBrul Vineyard was named “Vineyard...