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A brief history

Welcome to our family. In our unwavering enthusiasm for the Walla Walla Valley, we created Bledsoe Family Winery – a sister project to Doubleback. We welcome and invite you to be a part of our family by enjoying the wines of Bledsoe Family Winery.
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Established in 2017

229 E. Main St
United States, Washington
99362

www.bledsoefamilywinery.com

info@bledsoefamilywinery.com

+15095253334

Bledsoe Family Winery Wines

Featured Wines

Bledsoe Family Winery Healy Rosé Bottle Preview
Bledsoe Family WineryHealy Rosé

A fun but also serious wine. I can’t wait to release this and also celebrate the end of 2020 with something actually fantastic that came from it.

Bledsoe Family Winery Viognier Bottle Preview
Bledsoe Family WineryViognier

Viognier has long been a favorite wine of mine—one of the very first wines I ever made when I was a teenager in Walla Walla. This wine was grown on our two estate vineyards, Lefore and Flying B, and is a first for Bledsoe Family Winery and only in a small amount!

Bledsoe Family Winery Malbec Bottle Preview
Bledsoe Family WineryMalbec

I am so excited about our 2018 single vineyard Malbec coming from our own estate vineyard, Bob Healy.

Bledsoe Family Winery Bledsoe Family Wine Bottle Preview
Bledsoe Family WineryBledsoe Family Wine

The Bledsoe Family Wine is always a customer favorite and something that is literally a work of passion.

Bledsoe Family Winery Elizabeth Bottle Preview
Bledsoe Family WineryElizabeth

A single vineyard Chardonnay from three different Burgundian clones and picked very early.

Bledsoe Family Winery Stolen Horse Bottle Preview
Bledsoe Family WineryStolen Horse

The original wine for Bledsoe Family Winery, Stolen Horse is a project that has consistently gotten better. The Walla Walla Valley is a very diverse growing region and in 2017 the final blend was from the two opposite ends of the Valley—combining the lush, ripe, distinctiveness of the Rocks District with the higher elevation, more feminine, fruit, and acid driven Mill Creek area.