TTB Announces New White Bluffs AVA Designation
Today the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB) announced the designation of the historic area of the Columbia Valley featuring many of the oldest vineyards in Washington as the White Bluffs American Viticultural Area (AVA). Vineyards in the new White Bluffs AVA are featured in many well-known Washington wines, and date back to 1972. Washington’s most known winery, Chateau St. Michelle, first bought grapes from Sagemoor Vineyards located in the new White Bluff AVA in 1974.
Walla Walla’s Iconic Southwind Vineyard, Glass House venue to join Sagemoor Vineyards family
Sagemoor Vineyards announced an agreement today that will bring Southwind Vineyard and the iconic Glass House event space into the Sagemoor family. The purchase of the historic Walla Walla Valley estate will bring Sagemoor closer to the more than 30 Walla Walla wineries already working with the five existing Columbia Valley vineyards.
Find Sagemoor Wines in Your Neighborhood
At Sagemoor, we have always aimed to make getting your wine as easy as possible. Our model is based on bringing a taste of Washington right to your doorstep, and we enjoy nothing more than getting your order packed up and on its way as quickly as possible. However, we also love to support local retailers, and send you there to pickup your wine and dinner at the same time.
Sagemoor Vineyard Manager Lacey Lybeck Named to Wine Enthusiast’s 40 Under 40 List
For five years, Lacey Lybeck has managed our vineyard operations at Sagemoor, going beyond the the normal responsibilities of most people who have served in that role. She not only stewards some of our state’s oldest vines, she consults on wine making and is respected throughout the industry for knowing exactly what our many partners need to make their best wine year after year.
Auction of Washington Wines Goes Virtual
The 2020 Auction of Washington Wines has gone virtual, and you can bid on a Glamping trip to Sagemoor vineyards. Open for bids until Monday, the package includes accommodations, a tour, meals, and fun with some of Washington’s best wine makers and grape growers.