Vineyard Designate Series
Columbia Winery's Vineyard Designate Series are wines that express the unique growing conditions that exist within a handful of vineyards that consistently produce outstanding wines.
Red Willow Vineyard
The most celebrated red wine vineyard in Washington, Red Willow lies in the remote northwestern corner of the Yakima Valley Appellation. Mt. Adams’ 12,000-foot peak and the Cascade foothills rise to the west. There are no other vineyards within 20 miles. It is a fairly warm site (mid-region 2 on the old UC Davis scale). At high elevations – 1,100 to 1,300 feet – Red Willow has complex soil formations and steep hillsides.
Established in 1957 by Otis Harlan, Otis Vineyard is one of the most celebrated vineyards in Washington State. Located in the Yakima Valley on the lower slopes of the Rattlesnake Hills, Otis boasts some of the oldest vines in the state and cultivates several varietals of outstanding character including Chardonnay, Pinot Gris and Cabernet Sauvignon.
Located in the heart of the Yakima Valley north of Prosser, Wyckoff Vineyard is composed of several vineyard blocks that lie on the southwest facing slopes of the Rattlesnake Hills. The vineyard grows Chardonnay for Columbia Winery.