Back for another year, we welcome you to one of our most popular summer events, the Vineyard Education Series! Get an up-close look at the current vintage, feel the sun, and learn from the professionals growing the grapes that make some of your favorite wines. This partnership is our greatest pride in sustainability, and our commitment to connecting you to the land, the place, and the people.


Mark your Calendar

This year we will host in-person events for June and July, then we will save you from the heat and bring you updates via Facebook & Instagram, keeping you up to date on how the harvest is looking all the way to watching the first grapes cross the sorting table.

  • June 10 | Les Collines Vineyard
    • Brad Sorensen has invited us out to talk about Fruit and Canopy Balance for the vintage. He will talk about what he does in different temperature conditions to get the best fruit quality. This is a great topic that all will enjoy, so bring the family and drink in the spectacular views of Les Collines Vineyard!
  • July 22 | Seven Hills Vineyard
    • Sadie Drury will drop some knowledge on Cluster and Leaf Shape. Is it all genetic or does the weather play a part? She’ll discuss what varieties have clusters that are tightly packed and which ones enjoy the breeze blowing through them with ease. We will learn how these considerations affect ripening and what decisions she has to make to get the best grapes to the winery. We will be under cover of the gazebo in Seven Hills Vineyard overlooking the expanse of the valley. Bring some water and join the fun!
  • August & September
    • Follow us on Facebook & Instagram to see updates about the vineyards and production in real time!


to RSVP, email the date you would like to join, and your group size to 


  • For both visits, we will meet at Pepper Bridge Winery at 9:50 to caravan to the offsite locations promptly by 10am. The experience is approximately 90 minutes, ending at the winery.
  • Please note that we will do a bit of walking and there is uneven ground—please come prepared with closed toed shoes, hats, jackets (it could be breezy), water, sunscreen, etc.
  • Upon return, you are welcome to join for a tasting and walking tour of the winery.
June 10 | July 22
Pepper Bridge Winery
1704 J B George Rd
Walla Walla, WA 99362