One of Washington’s premier vineyards, Les Collines produces 13 different varietals and sells fruit to approximately 40 or 50 wineries in Washington and Oregon. Garrison Creek Cellars uses less than 4% of the most select grapes from Les Collines, with each varietal picked on the basis of taste. The rows selected by Garrison Creek are cultivated and monitored with forensic attention to detail during the growing season to achieve a wine that best expresses the unique characteristics of the land.
Les Collines Vineyard is a 300-acre estate in Washington’s southeastern corner with elevations as high as 1380 feet. Named Les Collines after the French meaning the foothills, the vineyard lies at the base of the Blue Mountains, more precisely in the breathtakingly beautiful Walla Walla Valley at the bottom of Cottonwood Canyon.