Pepper Bridge Vineyard is one of our estate vineyards located in the Walla Walla Valley Appellation. The original 10 acres were planted in 1991. Since then, the vineyard has been expanded to almost 200 acres. Pepper Bridge Vineyard has gained an outstanding reputation with winemakers throughout the state of Washington and especially the Walla Walla Valley. This wine is crafted exclusively for our Wine Club members to highlight this beautiful estate vineyard. It is a blend that changes every year but is always 100% Pepper Bridge Vineyard fruit.
Just ten miles south of Pepper Bridge Winery on the edge of the Walla Walla Valley Appellation, you’ll find Seven Hills Vineyard. The original couple dozen acres of plantings date back to 1981. Now the vineyard boasts more than a few hundred planted acres of premium wine grapes. Wine & Spirits Magazine profiled it in its Fall 2004 issue as one of the ten great vineyards of the world. This wine is crafted exclusively for our Wine Club members to highlight this special estate vineyard. It is a blend that changes every year but is always 100% Seven Hills Vineyard fruit.
After producing only red Bordeaux varietals for over 15 years, we are proud to introduce you to the first white wine ever to be offered by Pepper Bridge Winery. In honor of old-world tradition while embracing new world style, Winemaker Jean-François Pellet chooses to ferment this wine in oak and concrete egg.
We have crafted a Cabernet Sauvignon every year since our inception in 1998, and it is most definitely a flagship wine for us. With each unique vintage, winemaker Jean-François Pellet utilizes a blend of Bordeaux varietals, styled to highlight the beauty and intricacy imparted by our area’s Cabernet Sauvignon fruit.