VINEYARDS

Exploring the potential of the Columbia Gorge AVA.

Underwood Mountain Vineyards

— 1100 feet elevation

— Pinot Noir, clones 459 and 2-Alpha, for Rosé

— Volcanic soils, clay loam, “Underwood Series”

— Planted in the mid-1980s by the Brady Family

— Underwood Mountain is an extinct volcano rising up along the bank of the Columbia River on the Washington side of the gorge.

Oak Ridge Vineyard

— 1400 feet elevation

— Gewürztraminer, for sparkling wine

— Ashy loam soil

— Planted in 1984-87 by the Woodward Family

— Certified organic by Washington State, dry-farmed

— South-facing vineyard in the hills of Husum, in the foothills of the Cascades — Oak Ridge is on the northern end of the AVA.

Lamonti Vineyards

— 1400 feet elevation

— Gewürztraminer, for sparkling wine

— Volcanic soils, clay loam, “Underwood Series”, specifically “Chemawa”

— Planted in 2008 by the Eastwick Family

— Farmed using organic methods, dry-farmed

— Underwood Mountain is an extinct volcano rising up along the bank of the Columbia River on the Washington side of the gorge. Lamonti is on the far west end of the AVA.

Soluna Vineyards

— 1800 feet elevation

— Grüner Veltliner

— Volcanic soils, clay loam, “Underwood Series”

— Planted in 2015 by the Guthrie Family

— Farmed using organic methods, dry-farmed

— Underwood Mountain is an extinct volcano rising up along the bank of the Columbia River on the Washington side of the gorge. Soluna is one of the highest elevation planted vineyards on Underwood Mountain, on the far west end of the AVA.