A Beautiful Site Between River and Mountain

 

The majestic, south facing slope towards Mt. Hood, the volcanic soil from Mount Adams and the temperate breezes from the Columbia River Gorge make this a special place for growing wine grapes. The deep winter rains from the Cascade Mountain range fortify the volcanic soil with moisture for bud break and berry set while the hot dry summers allow for berries with rich and complex flavors from the deep volcanic soil.


SOUTH FACING

ASPECT

CHEMAWA "BUCKSHOT" LOAM

SOIL

34" - DRY FARMED

ANNUAL PRECIPITATION

1400'

ELEVATION

COLUMBIA RIVER GORGE
- VOLCANIC SOILS

GEOLOGY