Established in 1980 with the assistance of Viticulturist Dr. Walter Clore, Conner Lee is a highly regarded, sustainably farmed vineyard located in the Wahluke Slope AVA of Washington State. Soils are sandy glacial marine sediments left by the Missoula floods.
Coordinates 46.72543, -119.23722
The growing season is long and relatively cool, allowing for even ripening and for the production of some of the Pacific Northwest’s best Chardonnay. Planted to the full spectrum of Bordeaux varieties, along with Chardonnay, Pinot Noir and more. This site sits at an elevation of about 1100 feet.
- SOIL TYPE
- Loamy fine sand to very fine sandy loam
- CLONES PLANTED
- Chardonnay: 95, Wente/75, 76 , Sauvignon Blanc: 6, Pinot Noir: 663, 113, 115 Merlot: 181, Cabernet Sauvignon: 2, 8
- ASPECT TO THE SUN
- North/ South
- FARM PRACTICES
- YEAR PLANTED
- 1085-1164 ft
- VINE SPACING
- 9' x 6'