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SUSTAINABLY FARMED VINEYARDS IN THE COLUMBIA VALLEY, ROYAL SLOPE & WAHLUKE SLOPE

Our flagship vineyard, which we began planting in 2003, boasts a high elevation and silty loam soils, along with a south slope, for excellent grape growing conditions.

Scarline pays homage to the scar-like quality of this vineyard site that dissects the hillside near Corfu Crossing and warrants its own distinct vineyard designation due to its unique soil type and growing conditions.

"The white queen" resides north of Scarline and is home to Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc planted off axis with a gentle south slope.

A tribute to Laura Lee Lawrence, Josh’s mother, who raised her family in the home at this vineyard site. The lowest elevation of the Lawrence Vineyards sites, Laura Lee plays host to Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc and Cabernet Sauvignon.

A Norwegian-inspired term for “off axis to the sun,” signifying the row planting direction of this higher-elevation vineyard site.

The youngest vineyard site at Lawrence Vineyards, featuring Rhone grape varieties, as well as Cabernet Sauvignon.

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A privately owned site features nearly five acres of Syrah on a beautiful southwest slope overlooking the town of Royal City.

This privately owned vineyard is a warm site with unique characteristics due to the cobbly and gravelly sandy loam soil type.

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One of the most highly regarded and recognized vineyards in Washington state, first planted in 1980 under the careful instruction of Washington State University’s renown viticulturist and researcher, Dr. Walter Clore. 

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OWNED & MANAGED IN PARTNERSHIP BY LAWRENCE VINEYARDS &

TOM MERKLE

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A Wahluke Slope gem, with rocky soils that produce highly pigmented fruit with firm tannins lending structure to wine.

OWNED & MANAGED IN PARTNERSHIP BY LAWRENCE VINEYARDS &

TOM MERKLE

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