"Reap what you sow, that's what we believe, which is why Lawrence Vineyards puts its heart and soul into growing Washington's best wine grapes while employing sustainable growing practices... year after year." The Lawrence family has been farming the Royal Slope for over 50 years, planting their first vineyard in 2003 and producing some of the most sought out fruit in the Valley. More than picturesque sunrises, the vineyards were strategically planted at some of the highest elevations that our land offers. The plants are nurtured and shaped by the diverse, rich soil types it provides as well as it's own micro climate, drastically changing from hot in the day and cool in the evening.
Corfu Crossing is located overlooking the Frenchman Hills, planted in the Southern slope with an elevation ranging from 1365-1765. The combination of silt loam soil at a depth of 18 to 42 inches on top of fractured basalt.
Laura Lee Vineyard is located on the Royal Slope, southwest of our Corfu Crossing Vineyard. Laura Lee features a southwestern slope overlooking the small town of Royal City.