There are few viticulture or growing areas in the United States that are suited so specifically for a certain grape varietal. It is this uniqueness of soil, geography and climate that makes this special region so intriguing for winemakers, growers and consumers alike. Pinot Noir has made it's home in this area characterized as a temperate rainforest while also being an emerging home to crisp white varietals like Pinot Gris and Gewurztraminer. Variance from vintage to vintage is much more common here than other West Coast growing regions that are offered much more consistency. While the soil and topography may be unique, it is the community of growers seeking common goals together that truly makes this a region of growing respect and intrigue alike.