Clark from Walla Walla Community College and and vineyard owner
Dave Jones (right) describe some of the nuances of the Scott-Henry
trellising system, as used in the Dwelley Jones vineyard. We
also share in the fruit of a previous vintage from this vineyard.
wheat still retains its prominence in Walla Walla Valley; indeed,
the vineyards seem like islands in a sea of wheat. Above right,
flowering of the vines is just beginning to take place.
the Walla Walla AVA stradles the Washington-Oregon borders,
where the elevation is lower, and the signs of a former
river bed abound with the rocky soils, as here at Cayuse Vineyards.