We are driven by the land and the seasons, and every year our wine is an expression of those factors. Each vintage has personality, which is what makes Washington wine continually complex and ever-evolving.
Below is an overview of the past 10 years in Washington wine, a quick snapshot of each delicious moment in time.
|2020||178,500||A relatively warm year with a significantly smaller crop than average.|
|2019||201,000||Slightly above average temperatures during the growing season followed by much cooler temperatures at harvest.|
|2018||261,000||Slightly above average temperatures and near-perfect harvest temperatures led to high quality.|
|2017||229,000||An above average year in terms of heat accumulation with a significant cool down in the second half of September.|
|2016||270,000||One of the warmest years on record before a sharp cooldown in September. Larger berries and clusters as well as new plantings led to a record harvest.|
|2015||222,000||The warmest vintage on record.|
|2014||227,000||A warmer year.|
|2013||210,000||A warm year.|
|2012||188,000||A year with heat accumulation that tracked perfectly to 20 year averages.|
|2011||142,000||The coolest vintage on record.|
|2010||160,000||The coolest vintage since 1999.|