We are highly-focused and very limited in our production, with the 2018 vintage topping out at just 150 cases total across two cuvées.  Our 2018 Grenache is from a high-density block our workers call “La Mesita” as it’s on a small, picturesque bluff overlooking the Red Mountain AVA below.  We also made a Syrah from a block on the north slope of the ridgeline, the vines of which are currently the highest ever planted on Red Mountain.  Our goal is to make the very best possible wines showcasing the unique nature of WeatherEye Vineyards’ fruit, and with our fanatical approach to quality in grape-growing and winemaking this inherently means limited quantities.  If you share our passion for exploring the great vineyards of the world and like our story of extreme viticulture and growing grapes where no one has before, or just simply love wine, we invite you to join our adventure and sign up for our mailing list.


Put hand selected clones in nano-planted blocks at higher elevation on Red Mountain, often at high density and sometimes with northern aspects. Use this and a variety of trellising techniques to achieve longer hang times and wines with more intensity, freshness, and non-fruit characteristics. Farm it all with a maniacal level of attention and try and make wines that elevate the notion of what is possible in Washington.

- Sean Sullivan