Vineyards Map

See where our wines get their grapes
Welcome to the Pacific Rim Vineyard Map. Click on a grape cluster to discover our vineyards.


Vineyard Map Black Rock Vineyard
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Black Rock Vineyard

Located deeper East in the Yakima Valley, it is a cool site. Blackrock was planted in 1976 and sits at 1,300 feet of elevation.
Selenium Vineyard
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Selenium Vineyard

Desert Hill sits at about 1,200 feet above sea level and is planted with Riesling clones from Germany (Clone 90, 110, 198, 239 to be precise). Planted in 2001, the vineyard faces south and is on shallow wind-blown loess (12 to 24 inches) over basalt.
Solstice Vineyard
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Solstice Vineyard

This vineyard provides us with excellent Riesling from the Yakima Valley. Planted in 1980, Solstice sits at 1,250 feet of altitude with a southeast exposure. The Willard family has practiced sustainable agriculture since 1951 and this specific property has been in the family since 1978. The soils are sandy loam, warden silt-loam and burke silt-loam with a soil depth of 18in to 36in over basalt. This is a small 2.5 acre block.
Miller Hop Vineyard
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Miller Hop Vineyard

Sitting at 1,250 feet of elevation, this vineyard is located in one of the best Riesling areas in the state. This is an old hop field (hence the name) that was planted with Riesling in 1994. A gentle slope to the south provides great exposure for this high quality Riesling vineyard. Perfect for Dry Riesling.
O'Brien Vineyard
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O'Brien Vineyard

Located in the very desirable northern edge of the Yakima Valley, this older vineyard has an elevation of about 1,060 feet. This is a great site that can produce very intense Rieslings suitable for Dry or Sweet Riesling though we have been using it mainly for our Sweet Riesling lately.
Wallula Vineyard
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Wallula Vineyard

This stunning vineyard site is towering over cliffs above the Columbia River at the Wallula Gap. Our Riesling vineyard sits at 1,200 feet of elevation facing southeast. This is our only Riesling vineyard outside the Yakima Valley. We've chosen this site to develop our Biodynamic and organic program on 120 acres and to experiment with a very innovative trellis system. We have a flock of 150 sheep weeding the vineyard at Wallula.
Schartzman Vineyard
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Schartzman Vineyard

The newest vineyard to come to us is only 6 acres. It is the original Riesling block that was planted by the Hogue family in the Yakima Valley. Planted in 1983, it joins the list of the oldest blocks from where we source our fruit (the other oldest vineyards are: Solstice, Hahn Hill and Blackrock).
Ramos Vineyard
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Ramos Vineyard

This vineyard is located on the north side on the Snipe Mountain AVA which is cool and perfect for aromatic whites. It was planted in 1984 and produces deeply scented Gewurztraminer. We love it so much that we purchase 100% of their Gewurztraminer production.
Freepond Vineyard
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Freepond Vineyard

This is Ramos’ twin brother vineyard. This north-facing vineyard allows for cooler conditions to produce excellent Gewurztraminer with intense aromatic concentration. At 1,250 feet of elevation, the vineyard is located on a small hill very close to Benton City in the lower Yakima Valley.
Hahn Hill Vineyard
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Hahn Hill Vineyard

This venerable Chenin Blanc vineyard is located in the heart of the Yakima Valley at about 900 feet of altitude. The vineyard is south facing on a beautiful hill that was planted in 1968 - it's one of the oldest vineyards in the Yakima Valley. The vines are still fan trained as they were 40 years ago. David Wyckoff owns the vineyard and this entire block comes to us.
Spring Creek Vineyard
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Spring Creek Vineyard

This Gruner Veltliner vineyard sits at 900 feet elevation with a southeastern exposure. It's been owned by the Hogue family for 60 years and was one of the first parcels of land the family acquired when they settled in the Yakima Valley. Their sustainable practices include the reduction in the use of commercial fertilizers in favor of composting and erosion control.
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Pacific Rim Winery

Our winery is unique for two key reasons: 1) the winery was built to exclusively produce white wines and 2) the winery structure is very energy efficient. From the crush pad to our stainless steel tanks, the winery is built to exclusively produce white wines. Several features within the winery design and location optimize energy efficiency. We have centrally located our winery within fifty miles of all our vineyards, reducing our dependence on freight and therefore reducing carbon emissions. Sixteen skylights and glass roll-up doors were installed at the winery to offset the constant demand for electrical lighting. Extra insulation was installed in our walls and around our pipes; we also use energy cogeneration to produce extra energy from our water heater. And many of our winemaking practices are geared to optimize energy efficiency and reduce waste. For example, our electrodialysis machine (used to cold-stabilize the wine) demands one-fifth the energy of traditional cold stabilization practices...while enhancing the quality of the wine. Another example is our cross-flow filter and centrifuge that eliminates any filtration material waste.
Rieslings
Chenin Blanc
Gewurztraminer
Gruner Veltliner