This all-inclusive vineyard and winery asset is located five miles Northwest of Sunnyside, Washington in the Rattlesnake Hills American Viticultural Area, a sub-appellation of the Yakima Valley and Columbia Valley AVA’s. This asset includes planted vineyards with 10 varietals that are managed based on sustainability and LIVE guidelines, separate tasting room, production area, bottling and storage facility, main residence with mother-in-law apartment, second home with three bedrooms, each with a separate bathroom set up for a B&B operation, and equipment used for farming the vineyard and production of wine. Using the current facilities and included equipment at its full capacity, an operator could potentially produce 25,000+ cases of wine annually. The current owners have painstakingly taken this vineyard and brought it up to the standards demanded by discerning fruit buyers and winemakers throughout the Northwest and beyond.
For more information and to request the full information package, please contact Adam Woiblet.
Per the Yakima County Assessor, this asset includes 12.39 +/- deeded acres. There are 9.73 acres of mature vineyard that consist of a variety of grapes which are currently being sold to various buyers under year to year contracts. Elevation of the property runs from approximately 860 feet to 890 feet and annual rainfall for this area averages 7 to 8 inches per year, per the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service. Soils on the property are made up of 100% Warden Silt Loam with gentle 2% to 15% slopes across the property. The irrigation water is supplied through the Sunnyside Valley Irrigation District and currently runs into a pond located on the property where it is then pumped through a sand filtration system and ultimately delivered to the planted vines via drip irrigation system.
With spectacular sunset views of both Mt Adams and Mt Rainier, this vineyard and winery is located close to several full service cities and within a popular wine corridor. A distinguishing feature of the Rattlesnake Hills AVA is its elevation relative to the surrounding area. The appellation’s heightened elevation lessens the risk of Spring and Fall frosts and Winter temperatures are typically warmer than other local growing regions, limiting the danger of hard freezes. This AVA is known for growing exceptional grapes that produce high quality wines available at reasonable prices.
Seller may consider creative financing options or carrying a contract on the purchase of this asset.
From I-82 take Exit 63 to Outlook, WA. Take the first right to Sunnyside Rd. Take a left onto Yakima Valley Highway. Outlook Road is the 2nd right. Property will be 2.79 miles on the left.
Separate Tasting Room, Production Area, Bottling and Storage Facility, Main Residence with Mother-In-Law Apartment, Second Home Setup for a B & B Operation
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