Great Northwest Wine
January 24, 2019

WOODINVILLE, Wash. – DeLille Cellars, one of Washington state’s leading wineries, announced Wednesday that Jason Gorski has been promoted to replace co-founder Chris Upchurch as director of winemaking and viticulture.

Gorski has seen production grow from 10,000 cases to approximately 30,000 cases since he joined the Woodinville showpiece in 2011. In addition to overseeing DeLille’s 60 acres of vineyards, Gorski’s responsibilities also include the smooth transition of the former Redhook Brewery tank room into a vinification facility designed to keeping DeLille in the international spotlight.

“Established with a focus on wine quality, DeLille Cellars is an integral part of the history of Washington wine and its increasing reputation throughout the world,” Gorski stated in a news release. “I look forward to continuing to build upon that foundation, working to continuously improve our wines and promote the excellence of Washington vineyards.”>>>Read the entire article on Great Northwest Wine