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Create a wine that’s uniquely you.

Blending Tradition with Innovation

Established in 1988, our custom crush winery is a leading facility in the Pacific Northwest, renowned for its exceptional capacity to process up to 40K tons of grapes and store 3.8M cases of wine. Boutique in approach with enterprise-level solutions, we skillfully blend traditional winemaking techniques with innovation, supporting winemakers in crafting wines that are truly unique to them.

Our Capacity Sets Us Apart

• Processing up to 40K tons of grapes every year
• Storing 3.8M cases of wine
• Offering orders of 275 gallons and up (way up!)
• Growing 18 varieties
• Serving 4 AVAs

Four Decades and Counting

Our longevity is a testament to our commitment to quality and customer satisfaction. We’ve been delivering exceptional wines for over four decades, reflecting the distinct characteristics of our vineyards and the expertise of our winemakers.

Choose us for your custom crush needs to create a wine that’s uniquely yours!

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Serving Four American Viticultural Areas

Columbia Valley

60,079 acres planted

Columbia Valley, the largest growing region in the state of Washington, is renowned for producing consistent, high-quality grape varieties that make exceptional wines due to the arid climate, well-draining soil, and abundant water supply from the Columbia River.

Horse Heaven Hills

17,082 acres planted

Horse Heaven Hills, a large region in the Columbia Valley, thrives in a warm climate, south-facing slopes, and diverse well-drained soils. The significant winds and the protective presence of the Columbia River create an excellent terroir for Cabernet Sauvignon.

Yakima Valley

18,924 acres planted

With its distinct terroir carved by the historic Missoula Floods, Yakima Valley, Washington’s largest sub-appellation, offers diverse growing conditions, abundant vine acreage, and a wide array of grape varieties, including Chardonnay, Riesling, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Syrah.

Wahluke Slope

8,932 acres planted

Wahluke Slope, a sub-appellation of the Columbia Valley, features uniform soils on a gentle alluvial fan. With minimal precipitation, irrigation is required for growing vinifera grapes, which results in smaller leaf sizes and grape clusters that contribute to rich, concentrated wines.

Contact Us

Coventry Vale
160602 West Evans Road
P.O. Box 249
Grandview, WA 98930

Tyler Harlington
Director of Market Development


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