Four distinct vineyards: Champoux Vineyard and Discovery Vineyard in Horse Heaven Hills, Ciel du Cheval in Red Mountain, and Two Blondes in Yakima Valley. Winery located on the island of Vashon.


~4,500 cases


Cold-Continental, semi-arid climate with minimal rainfall


Clay, loam, wind blown loess over fractured basalt


Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Viognier, Sauvignon Blanc, Malbec


Columbia Valley AVA, Horse Heaven Hills AVA, Red Mountain AVA, Yakima Valley AVA

Andrew Will

Columbia Valley, Washington


The “antithesis of your corporate winemaker,” Chris Camarda puts his personality into Andrew Will: family, music, art, and a distinguished palate, producing wines with a distinct European style. Chris began making wine in a small rented storage facility before moving to Vashon, Washington, an island that can only be reached by ferry, where the winery shares the same land as the Camarda home. Named after Chris' nephew (Andrew) and son (Will), this is truly a family business, with Will now in the position of assistant winemaker.