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Our Vineyard Partners

The reputation, history and development of Synne Cellars wines is interwoven
with the quality and individual character of our intentionally and carefully chosen vineyards, farms, and farmers.
At the very heart of our winemaking philosophy is the requirement of not only the 'right fruit' but the right people as well.

Strand & Conley Vineyards

Naches Heights

These vineyards, nestled amidst breathtaking landscapes, proudly embodies sustainable, organic, and bio-dynamic grape cultivation. Collaborating with exceptional purveyors who share our values, we celebrate the artistry of winemaking, crafting wines where excellence and sustainability intertwine in every precious drop.

Planted in the early 2000's these vineyards yield some of Washingtons highest elevation fruit at heights of 1500ft to 1900ft. This cooler district offers a longer more even growing season offering better development, more complex aromas and flavors. 

Strand Vineyard is Live Certified & Conley Vineyard is 100% USDA Certified Organic.

Aria Vineyards

Walla Walla

The Walla Walla Valley is home to some of Washington’s oldest wineries and has the highest concentration of wineries in Washington. Planted in 1996, our 11.5-acre vineyard is located on Walla Walla’s Southside and was formerly part of the celebrated Pheasant Run Vineyard. The Southside location has a unique terroir well known for producing very high-quality Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon grapes. The soil consists of Spofford Loam, fine & silty.

The rows are oriented from North to South, spaced ten feet apart, providing morning and evening sun on opposite sides of the canopy.

With views toward the Blue Mountains and surrounded by beautiful neighboring vineyards, it is our little slice of heaven.


Elephant Mt. Vineyards

Rattlesnake Hills

Owned and Farmed by Joe and Susan Hattrup, Elephant Mountain Vineyard began in 1995. Sitting on the southern slopes of Rattlesnake Ridge at the base of Elephant Mountain, the vineyard ebbs and flows on a series of gentle, south-facing slopes at an elevation that reaches 1460 feet at its peak. Above the Missoula Flood Plain, atop prehistoric soils, this site accumulates around 3500 GDDs annually and sees a growing season that has 30 additional frost free days compared to lower sites in the Yakima Valley. In 1998 the first two blocks were planted to Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon, and since then has expanded to nearly 90 acres planted to a mix of Cabernet Franc, Grenache, Mourvedre, Petit Verdot, Petite Sirah, Syrah, Sangiovese, and Riesling.