Taking Care of Each Other

 

Vital Wines produces wines that complete a circle.  All proceeds go to the SOS Clinic, a free, non-profit health care clinic in the Walla Walla area dedicated to helping people get the healthcare that they both need and deserve with no questions asked.  Winemaking and vineyard work is both physical and seasonal, making it a prime industry for this kind of care.  For us at Vital it is not only our mission to close this loop, but also our pleasure.  Those that provide us with beautiful wines throughout the Walla Walla valley can get better and free healthcare and those of us who bring these wines home can do so with pleasure on the palate and the soul.  

Thank you,

Ashley Trout; Winemaker and Tim Doyle; Assistant Winemaker

 
 

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Donation Partners

Practically every part of our winemaking process has been made possible by donations, including both raw materials and services.  The outpouring of donations, help, support and ideas have been welcome and heart-warming.  Many of our donors have requested to remain anonymous but we do like to give credit where we can.  

 
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Vineyards

We are so pleased to be working with the following vineyards.  They have donated their land, their resources, their fruit, their water and their staff:

Larry's Vineyard

Seven Hills Vineyard

Summit View Vineyard

French Creek Vineyard

Klipsun Vineyard

Patina Vineyard

In order to not tax donation partners too strenuously, we are starting small and growing slowly.  Because of this, and the overwhelming generosity of the valley, we have had to turn down donated fruit.  We believe that this bears mentioning twice- we are turning down donated fruit because we can't handle the generosity.  Thank you so much to the growers of the Walla Walla Valley and the Rocks District of Milton Freewater AVA for their enthusiasm for this project.

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Press and Accolades

1889 Magazine April 2017

Discover the Pacific Northwest March 2017

Union Bulletin April 2016

Review of WA Wines April 2016

Seattle Times April 2016

KVEW TV April 2016

SIP Magazine March 2016

Wine Searcher March 2016

Wine Business March 2016

Dan the Wine Guy March 2016

Great NW Wine March 2016

Vital Press Release March 2016

Lifestyles March 2016

Union Bulletin February 2016

Boyer and Park September 2015