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Naches Heights Vineyard & Winery

Naches Heights Vineyard & Winery
250 Ehler Road
Yakima, Washington
USA 98908
Phone: (509) 678-4271
http://nhvines.com/
Contact: Philip Cline

From our personalities to yours:
With farming in the Cline family’s blood for 68 years, the NHV site has been in Cline stewardship for 44 years.
Our love for the land and our environment translated a past orchard life of plums, apricots and apples into a happy, healthy vineyard – your palate will approve of our attention to detail in the growing of wine grapes on this sunny, volcanic site.
Wonderful wines are born of wonderful grapes
about nhv
From our personalities to yours:
With farming in the Cline family’s blood for 68 years, the NHV site has been in Cline stewardship for 44 years.
Our love for the land and our environment translated a past orchard life of plums, apricots and apples into a happy, healthy vineyard – your palate will approve of our attention to detail in the growing of wine grapes on this sunny, volcanic site.
Wonderful wines are born of wonderful grapes.
It is our wish that you will find the pleasure in life that NHV wines portray.
Thanks for buying our wines, Barbara and Phil Cline
Naches Heights Vineyard produces five grape varietals and is perched high above the beautiful Naches Valley. Far out in the backyard of a popular end of the Western Spiral arm of the Galaxy lies a small but very powerful yellow sun. That sun sends energy in the form of light to a small blue green planet called Earth. On this planet that sun’s bright glow provides energy to grow wine grapes. In a place called Naches Heights, great wine grapes are grown. From these grapes, great wines are being made and now they are available to you!
Naches Heights Vineyard is perched on the southwest plateau high above the beautiful Naches Valley. This area was formed one million years ago when a lava flow poured in from the Goat Rocks Wilderness area to the west.
Soils then formed on this plateau, consisting of wind blown loess known as Tieton loam. Our elevation at NHV – up at 1780 Feet – places us as one of the highest elevated vineyards in the state. The high elevation (closer to the sun) combined with the rich volcanic soil creates unique growing conditions for our wine grapes.
Naches Heights Vineyard currently produces five grape varietals: Pinot Gris, Riesling, Gewurztraminer, Tempranillo and Syrah.

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