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Using grapes from some of the finest vineyards in the Walla Walla, Yakima and Columbia Valleys, Dunham Cellars has established an award-winning reputation for their wines. When Eric’s first vintage, a 1995 Cabernet Sauvignon was released, it was deemed one of the finest wines made in Washington by Wine Enthusiast Magazine. Subsequent vintages and varietals have also earned high marks with both wine writers and consumers. Eric shows his artistic side by creating original artworks for all of Dunham Cellars vineyard designated and special bottlings.
The winery makes its home in a rustic, remodeled World War II era airplane hangar in Walla Walla, and the future looks promising for Dunham Cellars. The family-owned winery continues to increase production and wine varietals, and has planted estate vineyards in prime locations around the Walla Walla Valley Appellation. Dunham wines include Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, Trutina (a Bordeaux style blend), Three Legged Red (a red table wine), Four Legged White (a Riesling), and the ”Shirley Mays” Chardonnay, which is dedicated to Eric’s grandmother. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this wine are donated to the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation to help fund the fight against breast cancer.
The only thing that will never change at Dunham Cellars is its winemaking philosophy. We will continue to produce premium wines through gentle treatment in all phases of the winemaking process. Eric’s goal is to bring something to the bottle he enjoys and is proud to hang the Dunham name on.
I wanted to share not only a wonderful wine but also the story behind it of a man and his faithful three-legged companion. Also, I embrace the idea that a grape must tell the story of its native soil. A wine should tell you where it is from, and ... more
The color of pale golden straw, this wine offers juicy melon, delicate orange blossom honey and beautifully bright apple notes. Effusive Key Lime pie and mineral tones held together with graceful acidity create an age-worthy Riesling.
~ Eric ... more