Dumas Station Wines is a family-owned, estate winery founded in 2003. We only make wine from grapes sourced in the Walla Walla Valley AVA. Our primary focus is producing vineyard-driven, Bordeaux style wines. We are committed to hand-nurtured grapes and traditional, small-lot wine production.
Our winery is open for tasting! Visit us for a tasting experience in our historic apple packing plant/train station.
Tastings at the tasting bar are limited to 6 people or you can taste at one of our many tables. Seated tastings are first-come, first-served; or call ahead to reserve a table.
email@example.com | 509-383-3037
Open for Tastings Friday thru Sunday 11am to 5pm
36229 Highway 12 Dayton, WA 99328 (Map)
Would you like to stay in a beautiful modern farm house in our vineyard? Learn more here.
Visit this page often to see what we have planed at the winery, vineyard or maybe at a location in your town.
Details coming soon for our next winemaker dinner.
Read our most current news and articles some really nice people wrote about us.
YouTube Channel – Check out our YouTube channel where our managing winemaker, Jay DeWitt, discusses our estate vineyard and his passion for making wine in the Walla Walla valley.
Dayton Chronicle – “Brink joins Dumas Station”
Wine Press Northwest – “20th Platinum proved more delicious than ever”
Walla Walla Union-Bulletin – “Dumas Station Wines Purchases Birch Creek Vineyard”
Waitsburg Times – “Dumas Station acquires Birch Creek Vineyard, builds new website and refreshes labels”
Wine Press Northwest – “Northwest Wine: Cab Franc catches on with winemakers, consumers”
Wine Press Northwest – “Dumas Station Wines 2016 Cabernet Franc, Walla Walla Valley”
Wine Press Northwest – “Dumas Station Wines 2013 Cabernet Sauvignon”
Walla Walla Union-Bulletin – “Time to savor: Columbia County’s only winery, Dumas Station, offers a warm welcome in a no-frills setting between Waitsburg and Dayton”
Walla Walla Lifestyles – “A rosé is not a rosé is not a rosé!”
The Spokesman-Review – “Walla Walla wines in a class of their own”
Wine Spectator – “New Faces in Washington Wine” (subscription required)
The Spokesman-Review – “Discovering Dayton, Wash. worth the detour”
- Making Compromises for Optimal Vineyard Farmingby Jay DeWitt, Managing Partner and Vigneron My 86 year old father likes to say, “farming is a series of compromises.” It is one of those nuggets of wisdom that takes years to understand. Each vintage begins with the promise of perfection. We are ready. The vineyard has been pruned… Read more »
- Late Winter Weather in the Vineyardby Jay DeWitt, Managing Partner and Vigneron It is Saturday, April 16. I am looking out the window at a snowy blizzard, wondering if the grape buds can withstand these cold temperatures. The grapes at Birch Creek are at the end of dormancy, on the verge of "bud break." The… Read more »
- Winter Weather in Walla Wallaby Jay DeWitt, Managing Partner and Vigneron I sometimes chuckle to myself at the personification of "Mother Nature," as the benevolent, nurturing life force. Farmers know that "Mother" can also be an ill-tempered, whimsical disciplinarian. I've made my living farming and winemaking for nearly 4 decades, and can remember a… Read more »
We’re a unique group of individuals that have come together for one purpose – to make great Walla2 wine. Our team is a small, close-knit collection of wonderful people with various backgrounds and talents. We invite you to meet our team – you’ll love our personalities.
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