Wineries of America
Dumas Station Wines
Hours of Operation: Saturdays, 1 - 5 p.m.
We founded Dumas Station Wines in 2003 to focus on Bordeaux style red wines made from estate grown Walla Walla grapes. We produce limited amounts of wine strictly through our own labor and a little help from our friends. We have over 60 years of combined experience seeking out the worlds best Cabernets, and have concluded that Walla Walla Cabs belong in that category. Our goal is to make wine that meets this standard and enjoy it along with our friends and customers.
Our winery is located in the former apple packing shed for Pomona Ranch. One of Washington's early commercial apple orchards, it was planted prior to 1900. For the majority of the twentieth century, freight trains hauled the apple crop from Dumas Station to far points, including eastern seaports from which they were exported to Europe.
|Winemaker: Jay DeWitt|
Winemaker's Choice: 2007 Cabernet Sauvignon
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