Seattle Times
April 20, 2018

LED BY A trio of longtime Yakima Valley winery veterans, Wit Cellars is as smart as its name suggests.

Wit’s story begins during the 2015 harvest, after the three friends parted ways with Kestrel Vintners in Prosser. Flint Nelson, Carolina “Cat” Warwick and Gina Adams-Royer hatched a plan to start their own operation.

By spring 2016, they had lined up high-quality grapes, located winemaking space and a Prosser tasting room, borrowed equipment and opened their doors. The response from critics and consumers has been strong, thanks to stellar wines crafted by Nelson and Warwick. With the wines selling quickly, the partners have expanded Wit Cellars with the addition of a Woodinville Wine Country tasting room.>>>Read the entire article on The Seattle Times