Pepper Bridge Vineyard combines cutting-edge technology and sustainable agricultural to produce supple, elegant fruit which melds perfectly with our winemaking style.
The original 10 acres were planted in 1991. Since then, Pepper Bridge Vineyard has been expanded to almost 200 acres. Pepper Bridge combines cutting-edge technology in its irrigation & weather systems with sustainable agricultural practices to produce some of the most sought-after grapes in Washington. The vineyard's soil is Walla Walla Silt Loam which is composed of wind-blown glacial loess (a young, nutrient-rich soil). This silt loam contains 1/3 sand & is very free-draining, thus producing supple, elegant fruit which melds perfectly with our winemaking style.
Marie-Eve comments: It's been great to watch the vines mature and yield richer, fuller fruit each new vintage. Pepper Bridge is fast becoming one of our favorite vineyards.