Overlooking the Columbia River Gorge, Goodnoe Station graces the southwesterly bluffs of Goodnoe Hills in the heart of Washington’s wine country. This prime location at the southern end of the esteemed Columbia Valley AVA is adjacent to the V75 Vineyard. This property benefits from its unique location in the rain shadow of the Cascade Mountains, a region celebrated for its diverse microclimates and soil variations. This will allow Goodnoe Station to produce grapes with the distinct character and complexity that the adjacent V75 Vineyard is known for. The terroir, a combination of climate, soil, and topography, significantly shapes the flavors and aromas of the grapes grown here. Goodnoe Station also shares similar latitudes as the finest wine regions in the world, such as Burgundy, Bordeaux, and Lyon.

This offering includes blocks V9, V10, and V11, which consist of 786.29 surveyed gross acres with 500 approximate tillable acres of unplanted, south-facing land. The varying altitudes are conducive to growing multiple grape varietals. The warm, sun-kissed slopes of the lower valleys foster the growth of Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah, and Malbec, while the higher plateaus with their cooler breezes are well suited to growing crisp whites such as Chardonnay, Reisling, and Pinot Gris. This land is a true testament to the synergy between soil, climate, and grape varietals and showcases an extraordinary diversity of microclimates, elevations, and soil types. This is the foundation upon which exceptional grapes are grown as demonstrated by the adjacent V75 Vineyard.

The land’s rolling topography is not only beautiful but the climate is known for having the highest heat units in the state. This allows local vineyards to have a later hang than many other vineyards in the state. With water rights from the Columbia River and a gently sloping southwest orientation, Goodnoe Station is the perfect balance of environmental elements for cultivating world-class grapes.


GOODNOE STATION $9,900,000 –  786.29± SGA –  500 ATA
V9 VINEYARD $3,600,000 –  264.33± SGA –  180 ATA
V10 VINEYARD $2,100,000 –  160.57± SGA –  110 ATA
V11 VINEYARD $4,200,000 –  361.39± SGA –  210 ATA


  • Goodnoe Station 786.29± SGA / 500 ATA
  • V9 (264.33± SGA / 180 ATA), V10 (160.57± SGA / 110 ATA), V11 (361.39± SGA / 210 ATA)
  • 500 ± acre feet irrigation water (500 AF/YR)
  • Located in Goodnoe Hills 14 miles east of Goldendale, Washington
  • Access from Goodnoe Station Road, Highway 8, and Highway 14
  • Domestic single-phase power available at the site
  • 17 hours of sunlight a day during growing season
  • Extreme diurnal shift during growing season
  • Within the existing Columbia Valley AVA and the pending Columbia Hills AVA
  • Washington is the second-largest wine-producing state in the US; home to 1,070 wineries
  • Washington produces over 17 million cases of wine per year
  • Washington contributes more than $8 billion in annual in-state economic impact from wine sales
  • Learn more about this property, its investment potential and information about the area in the Property Brochure.

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