Planted in 2004 and then abandoned in 2009, this vineyard was rehabilitated by the Garrett family in 2013 when we started the multi-year process of rejuvenating the existing Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vines into a no-till vineyard that produces sustainable and environmentally conscious vinifera fruit without the use of herbicides and pesticides. During that time four acres of additional varieties were also planted and nursed to life. The Pinot Noir and Chardonnay vines are planted at 5ft row and 2ft plant spacing (4,300 vines per acre) making this vineyard one of the highest density planted vineyards in North America. We grow cool climate grapes in the Puget Sound AVA, varietals include: Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Madeleine Angevine, Riesling, Siegerrebe, and Marquette. The vineyard’s heavy, heavy clay soils with their reddish orange swirls of mineral deposits help produce wines that contain delicate aromatic fruit profiles and maintain their acidity which are ideal for aging. Our mission is to produce wines that have no additions other than an occasional cultured yeast strain when needed. By making this wine in our gravity fed winery we can strive to leave in the bottle only what the terroir has produced based on the farming accomplishments of a given vintage!