Seattle Times
September 1, 2017

ARGUABLY WASHINGTON’S most famous vines are at Klipsun Vineyards on Red Mountain.

Established 33 years ago, it is one of the oldest vineyards in the state. In spring, it was sold to a Chicago-based company — Terlato Vineyards — that owns several California wine properties, including Napa Valley’s Chimney Rock Winery.

Patricia Gelles and her husband, David, helped plant Kiona Vineyards in 1975, the first vineyard on Red Mountain and a benchland in the eastern end of the Yakima Valley. They were early investors of Ciel du Cheval, planted a few years later by Jim Holmes.>>>Read the entire article featuring Brian Carter Cellars and Col Solare on The Seattle Times

[photo by Andy Perdue]