Our estate vineyard, Bergevin Springs, was planted in the spring of 2011. The vineyard is planted predominantly to Cabernet Sauvignon, in addition to Merlot, Malbec, Cabernet Franc, Petite  Verdot and Viognier.

The farm has been in the Bergevin family since the early 1900s and we  are excited to share both our family history and our commitment to sustainability and the environment with this new endeavor. Our first fruit was delivered in the 2013 vintage and these wines are reaching markets across the US now! Watch us as we grow!  We’ll be updating this page frequently with pictures, news and vineyard developments, so stay  tuned for more details.

For more info and an arial view of our Estate, click here.

Our northerly latitude provides for an extended growing season with long sunshine filled days balanced by cool evening temperatures. This allows grapes to develop flavor and complexity slowly, while retaining natural acidity. Complex soils composed of loam, silt, loess and cobbles offer perfect drainage.

Sourcing grapes from various vineyard locations and sizes adds complexity to our wines, and we have chosen vineyards that will consistently produce fruit that matches our flavor profiles. We have long term contracts with small boutique vineyards such as Francisca’s Vineyard and larger established vineyards such as Les Collines and Stone Tree Vineyards. We also source fruit in the Yakima and Columbia Valley vineyards for added complexity and flavor nuances.  Read on for more information about these fabulous growers & locations!

2006 Vineyard A Glow

We are delighted to work with Tim Rogan & Francisca van Heezik. Their exceptional Francisca’s Vineyard fruit is the star in our Princess Syrah. In fact, Bergevin Lane Vineyards is the only recipient of Francisca’s Vineyard Syrah, and we appreciate Tim and Francisca’s commitment to being hands-on in both their vineyard and their community. Read Tim and Francisca’s story in their own words and learn more about their unique vineyard.

AB Les Collines

Les Collines (The Foothills) is one of the higher vineyards in the Walla Walla Valley with an upper elevation of 1,380 feet. This 240 acre vineyard is one of the valley leaders in minimal input farming with its own composting operation and extensive use of compost tea. It is internationally certified for Sustainable Farming by the IOBC and is certified as a Salmon Safe Vineyard.

Grape varietals currently grown include Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Malbec, Petite Verdot, Merlot, Semillon, Tempranillo, Zinfandel, Viognier, and Riesling.


StoneTree Vineyard is located on 247 developed acres in the heart of the Wahluke Slope, one of the driest and warmest grape-growing regions in Washington. StoneTree is exceptionally well-sited on a gentle slope, rising from 940 feet up to 1,250 feet. This ensures good drainage and frost protection. The soil is classified as sandy loam, predominately the Scoon series: very shallow, well-drained soils on terraces and alluvial fans. This is typical of a geological location where a wind-blown loess has been deposited on a more durable substrate. The underlying sediments, glacial outwash, were deposited 13,000 to 20,000 years ago by catastrophic floods of glacial melt water from Glacial Lake Missoula.

Grape varietals grown include cabernet sauvignon and the other Bordeaux reds; Rhône reds such as syrah, grenache and mourvèdre; and more unusual varieties such as barbera, tempranillo, primitivo and zinfandel.

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