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White Salmon Vineyard is located in Underwood, Washington in the Columbia Gorge at an elevation of 550 feet. A combination of Pinot Noir Dijon clones, primarily 115, are planted in four distinct soils, primarily sandy loam filled with volcanic rocks. Chardonnay is planted to Dijon clones and wood from Celilo Vineyard in soils that are not as rocky as the Pinot Noir field and have some clay mixed in.
An estate Chardonnay and Pinot Noir are produced. The wines are inexpensive.