Amos Rome Vineyards is currently growing seven varietals across two properties in Manson, Washington.


Amos Rome Vineyards

Growing Merlot, Pinot Noir, Cabernet Franc, Malbec and Chardonnay, amos rome vineyards consists of two primary blocks: the six acre Block '98 and the seven acre Block '14. This property is also where you will find the Amos Rome Vineyard winery and tasting room.

BLock '98

The six acre Block '98, so named because it was planted in 1998, is essentially a "founders" block since 1998 was the first year commercial grapes were planted in the Lake Chelan Valley in modern times.  Block '98 contains one and one-half acres of Merlot, two and one-half acres of Pinot Noir, one acre of Cabernet Franc and one acre of Chardonnay.  


 The seven acre Block '14, planted in 2014, contains three acres of Merlot, two acres of Cabernet Franc and two acres of Malbec.

Soil profile: AMos Rome Vineyards

The USDA soil profile shows three bands of soil types traversing the vineyard from the top of the vineyard [elevation ~1375' above sea level, 275' above Lake Chelan] to the bottom of the vineyard [1210' above sea level, 110' above Lake Chelan]:

  1. Chelan gravelly sandy loam, 25 to 45 percent slopes, 0"-27",

  2. Chelan gravelly sandy loam, pumiceous, 15 to 25 percent slopes, 27"-48" and

  3. Antilon gravelly sandy loam, 3 to 8 percent slopes, 48"-72"

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amos rome vineyards high blossom

amos rome vineyards High Blossom is just three miles from amos rome vineyards. with plans to plant additional vineyards in 2019 and 2020, expect to see some new whites joining the amos rome wine program, starting with riesling in 2019.

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current plantings

We’re excited to announce that Riesling will be joining our wine program in 2019. This two acre vineyard was planted in 2005 at High Blossom.

future plantings

Two acres of Grüner Veltliner will be planted in Spring of 2019 in the center of Amos Rome Vineyards High Blossom. An additional five and one half acres of vineyard, varietals yet to be determined, will be planted in 2020 and beyond at the base of the property.

A defining characteristic of Amos Rome Vineyards is an 18"-48" band of pumice deposited by the Glacier Peak eruption 13,000 years ago.  This band crosses the north side/top of the vineyard and is from 1-4 feet below the surface.  The pumice is distributed throughout the soils of the vineyard.