Red Willow Vineyard

Red Willow Vineyard is a fourth generation family farm that dates back to the 1920's. Mike and Karen Sauer, sons Jonathan and Daniel, and son-in-law Rick Willsey, manage the vineyards. The family spends some of their favorite time away from the farm at their cabin in Grayland.

The vineyard’s iconic Monsignor Chapel, surrounded by Syrah, was built in homage to the Hermitage region in the northern Rhone wine region of France.

Red Willow is one of the top vineyards in the nation. This is where we harvest Merlot, Sangiovese, Syrah and Gewurztraminer.

“In farming there is no substitute for the soil, water, and hard work. Inherently, the nature of farming brings a spiritual dimension to our efforts. There is a connection of past, present, and future generations. For us wine brings the soil, the site, the season, and the efforts of many people together into a single vintage. Later that vintage becomes a cherished memory of that year."

Mike Sauer

Discovery Vineyard

Discovery Vineyard was first planted in 2005 by Kay and Milo May. Paul Champoux, another of the top grape growers in Washington, was the consultant on this immaculate property.

Westport, along with a handful of other boutique wineries, harvests Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Syrah from this award-winning vineyard.

We travel through Portland, up The Gorge and across the Columbia River into Washington’s Horse Heaven Hills AVA.

“The critics will someday critique what my winemakers and I have accomplished with our partnership in that bottle of wine. My management decisions are made with my vines in mind. What is best for them, balance-wise. Leaf surface to the amount of fruit, water applied compared to heat units, nutritional balance and the timing of all vineyard practices that will produce a well balanced grape that will be made into a well balanced, elegant wine.”

Paul Champoux

Olsen Brothers Estate

We harvest Petite Sirah (also known as Durif) and Chardonnay at Olsen. Their viticulture portfolio features nineteen varietals of wine grapes on 1500 acres with over another 1500 acres of tree fruit and blueberries.

We deliver our half-ton totes to the vineyards throughout the summer in preparation for each year’s harvest in the fall.

We use a 20-foot custom-designed cargo trailer to haul up to five tons of grapes per trip. The tonnage at each vineyard varies so some trips may hold as little as one ton.

“The sun, with all those planets revolving around it and dependent on it, can still ripen a bunch of grapes as if it had nothing else in the universe to do.”

Galileo Galilei

Sugarloaf Vineyard

Sugarloaf Vineyard is situated on high southwest facing slopes in the western most section of the Rattlesnake Hills AVA near Zillah.

Established and planted in 2005 by Joe Hattrup, this unique vineyard's site features hillside contours and a variety of soil structures that are perfect for growing award-winning wine grapes.

We harvest Pinot Gris, Malbec, Grenache, Cabernet Sauvignon and Petite Sirah at this young, yet highly-acclaimed vineyard.

"Perfection is not attainable, but if we chase perfection we can catch excellence."

Vince Lombardi

Elephant Mountain Vineyards

Elephant Mountain Vineyard is located just south of Moxee, at a high elevation in the Rattlesnake Hills AVA.

This 120 acre vineyard was planted in 1998 by Joe Hattrup. One of its most special features is that it offers more than thirty frost-free days on average than other vineyards within the Columbia Valley AVA.

We harvest Cabernet Sauvignon, Mourvedre, Riesling and Syrah at what is considered one of the top five vineyards in Washington State.

"We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit."


Klipsun Vineyard

In 2018 Westport Winery got the call they had hoped to receive for many years. Klipsun Vineyard, ranked one of the top 25 vineyards in the world, had fruit available.

Kim Roberts had served on the Washington Wine Commission with Klipsun founder Patricia Gelles (along with her husband David). At the time the two had discussed grape availability but no action was taken.

The 120-acre estate on Red Mountain was purchased in 2017 by the Terlato Wine Group. They hired Andrew Schultz as a consultant. He had been the vineyard manager at Hattrup Farms where he and Dana Roberts became friends who stayed connected after Andrew left Hattrup.

Westport harvested Cabernet Sauvignon at Klipsun in 2018. This high end fruit is part of their new ultra premium barrel select, vineyard designate program.

"Klipsun Vineyards is the source of some of the most coveted fruit in the state and Red Mountain is an area of Washington we've always admired."

Bill Terlato

Kitara Vineyards

Kitara Vineyard is just outside of Canby, Oregon. This is where we harvest some of our Gewurztraminer from vines we gave them when we pulled out our vineyards. The choice to produce Oregon wine allowed us to open a tasting room there in 2016.

The famous Willamette Valley features cool wet winters and arid summers. Large diurnal temperature swings in the summer offer the grapes an opportunity to develop deeper flavor and greater complexity with natural acidity.

Certified both Salmon Safe and Live, the grapes from this farm are both unique and sustainable.

"I think everyone born in Oregon is an environmentalist by birth."

Phil Knight

Inland Desert

This is primarily a propagation vineyard that produces grape starts for vineyards throughout the United States. We harvest the rare varieties of Sagrantino and Albarino at this unique property. We are able to successfully farm the vines for fruit while the vineyard owner farms for cuttings.

"I say to consumers; instead of relying totally on critics, drink what you like and like what you drink."

Robert Mondavi