Soaring Eagle is a hot vineyard site in the Wahluke Slope AVA. Planted in 1984, this vineyard is better recognized by different name – we aren’t at liberty to use it, but think about a place where Native Americans draw water. Soaring Eagle is conventionally farmed with no cover crops. Average yields are between 5 tons to 7 tons per acres. Sprawling yet refined, Soaring Eagle is a historic property that stands as one of Washington State’s iconic vineyards.