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Pomum Cellars

Pomum Cellars
18654 142nd Ave NE
Woodville, Washington
USA 98072
Phone: (206) 362-9203
When it comes to the source for our wines' raw material, Pomum Cellars does not compromise. Our fruit sources are some of the most respected and quality oriented vineyards in Washington State. We work directly with our growers year after year on select rows. Our non-conformist attitude and pursuit of the highest caliber wine, ensures that we strive for continuous improvement regardless of what the vintage may bring. Our fruit selection is focused on two primary areas: the western Yakima Valley AVA and the Horse Heaven Hills AVA.

We would like to take this opportunity to thank our vineyard owners, managers and crew for sharing our goals and for their relentless hard work.

Our own family vineyard was planted in 2003 with Tempranillo and Merlot near the town of Zillah in the Yakima Valley AVA. Our goal with this project is to experiment both in vineyard and cellar with certain emerging and traditional techniques that may be considered among other things too risky for larger production wines. Cool site, organic viticulture, balanced crop levels, deficit (or nearly dry) irrigation and indigenous fermentation are some of the techniques used that characterize the finished wine. Beginning with the 2006 vintage minimal amounts of this vineyard designated wine will be available.

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