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Woodinville's Avennia has purchased Tapteil Vineyard on Red Mountain, one of Washington's premier appellations. The sale includes 45 acres, a small winery and tasting room, and a residential property. In addition to now having its first estate vineyard, Avennia plans to open a tasting room at the former Tapteil Winery in spring of 2022.


Longtime Microsoft executive Marty Taucher attracted attention ahead of the first crush in 2010 for Avennia Winery by partnering with acclaimed Chris Peterson winemaker on their new project in Woodinville, Wash. This month, Taucher, Peterson and their wives added another feature to their business by purchasing Tapteil Vineyard from Larry and Jane Pearson. It will be Avennia's first estate vineyard, and it includes 22 acres, a tasting room, small production facility and the Pearsons's 5,600-square-foot house near Sunset Road.


The vineyard will produce about a fifth of what Tinte Cellars already produces in wine a year, but it won't change the winemaker's business model.


Hoover Valley is home to 13 varieties of grapes. In addition to the vineyard, there are several existing structures on the property which William Chris Wine Company plans to renovate and operate as a new tasting room destination, likely opening sometime in 2022.


The hilltop estate in Portugal - listed at £1.2m - boasts more than nine hectares of vines and is located just one hour from Porto.


The acquisition of Pookchurch is the second made through Highweald Beverages' subsidiary brand, Highweald Wine, following the purchase of the award-winning Lakestreet vineyard in early 2020. Collectively, the two vineyards brings Highweald Wine's land-under-vine ownership to 124 acres.


The 9-acre vineyard and 43-acre property will now be tended to and farmed by Adam Tolmach, winemaker/proprietor of The Ojai Vineyard, which has produced a Fe Ciega Pinot Noir since 2003.


NW Wine Company of Dundee, Oregon is pleased to announce the purchase of Red Hills Vineyard's 724 acres of Monopole property in the Red Hills of Douglas County AVA, a sub-appellation of the Umpqua Valley AVA.


This wine lover's dream estate comes with a 23-acre cabernet sauvignon vineyard with room for expansion. There are two ponds on the estate providing a natural resource for irrigating vines, plus acres of forest ideal for hiking or horseback riding.


Led by Doug Frost, Master of Wine and Master Sommelier, and Conservationist Brad Bergman, Echolands is also developing 50 acres in the SeVein with a focus on biodiversity.


Shannon Ridge was advised in this transaction by Don Chase of Don Chase Wine Industry Management Services. He was a chief financial officer of Shannon Ridge.


In the six years since Dave and Melissa Pittard bought Buttonwood Grove Winery on Cayuga Lake, they tripled the size of their vineyards and ran out of new acres to plant. That led them on a search for more property to plant wine grapes. Instead, they ended up buying a whole other winery. The Pittards this month completed the purchase of Toro Run Winery, located just down Route 89 from Buttonwood Grove. The two wineries and their vineyards are on either side of the Boathouse Beer Garden, near the Romulus-Ovid town line in Seneca County.


To complement the heritage of the estate vineyard, David Hill purchased The Wirtz Vineyard. Spanning 24 acres, the property was planted with 14 acres worth of clonal material sold both by the Coury nursery and other pioneering vineyards.


Domaine de la Commaraine has just announced its purchase of 5,8 ac of vineyards in the Co^te de Nuits. This acquisition supplements the 9,3 ac of its iconic Clos in Pommard Premier Cru.


The Walls Vineyards, a boutique winery in Walla Walla, Washington, has acquired the 10-acre Rockgarden Vineyard in The Rocks District of Milton Freewater AVA, located in the Southern portion of the Walla Walla Valley.


The modern property includes vineyard views, unique landscaping and artwork, and a large home on the expansive grounds.


The property east of Napa includes 32 planted acres, a 20,000-gallon winery, and vineyard manager residence. Heitz president and CEO Carlton McCoy said the company will source Chardonnay, Syrah and Pinot Noir beginning with the 2020 vintage for a new brand. There will be no tasting room on the site. The late Duncan Haynes, an attorney, and his wife, Pat, developed the vineyard in the 1960s on land that had been in his mother's family since 1885. The family opened Whitford Cellars in 1983. Ancien leased the winery until earlier this year


A St. Helena-based company run by Patrice Breton, producer of the Vice Versa label, purchased the 10.9-acre lot near Calistoga for roughly $4 million. ... The Tubbs fire in October 2017 started a month before construction on a new 25,000-gallon winery had been scheduled to start on the property ...


Foley Family Wines on Thursday announced the acquisition of two vineyards - one in Sonoma County and the other the Williamette Valley in Oregon. The winery purchased Huntington Hill Vineyard in Dallas, Ore., the Van Duzer Corridor American Viticultural Area, a 165-acre property. The company also acquired Chalk Ridge Vineyard in the Chalk Hill AVA from Napa-based Silverado Investment Management Co., a 64-acre vineyard is planted in Chardonnay, Merlot and Syrah


The vineyard was purchased from James and Jill Mooney, who have owned the property since the mid-1980s. Greenwood Vineyards is planted primarily to Cabernet Sauvignon with a small amount of Merlot and Valdiguié and is expected to provide grapes for the Stag's Leap Wine Cellars ARTEMIS Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon.

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