First 10 acres within the now Red Mountain AVA were planted in 1975. The area gained its AVA status in 2001.
More than 2,300 acres of vineyards cover the AVA but at 4,040 acres, Red Mountains AVA is the smallest Washington AVA.
Flooding during the Glacial Lake Missoula over 10,000 years ago helped form the Red Mountain terroir.
The Fiver Pillars of Red Mountain include Soil, Slope, Precipitation, Wind, and Temperature.
100% Cabernet Sauvignon
2074 vines per acre
Hezel over Warden
Southwestern facing slope