Located in the heart of the Walla Walla Valley Appellation, Morrison Lane is a family owned and operated Estate Winery. In addition to making estate wines, Morrison Lane Vineyard has supplied fruit to local wineries since 1997.
We invite you to stop by our tasting room in the historic Dacres Building, on the corner of Main and Fourth streets. Our tasting room has already become known for its music as well as great wine and good company. It isn't uncommon to find some of the Northwest's greatest jazz and blues musicians jamming.
Located just south of Walla Walla on Cottonwood Creek west of Powerline Road, Morrison Lane Vineyard has supplied fruit to local wineries since 1997.
The Morrison Farm was established in 1918 by Dean's grandparents. Dean and Verdie Morrison planted the first, four-acre block of Syrah in 1994. Since that first planting Dean's quest for unusual varietals new to the Walla Walla valley has grown the vineyard to 23 acres in production with 9 different varietals. Upon his retirement from the railroad, Dean and Verdie opened the Morrison Lane tasting room in September of 2004.
The whole Morrison family is involved with winery activities. Dean's cousin Gene Cluster supplied the distinctive calligraphy script for the logo. The Morrisons other children Dinah and Sean help with production, marketing, distribution and events. The entire Morrison family takes pride in continuing the family farm traditions that helped to shape the unique culture of the Walla Walla Valley.