Isenhower Cellars Celebrates 20 Years of Walla Walla Winemaking

Walla Walla, WA, January 15, 2019 --( During the past 20 years, owners Brett and Denise Isenhower built a winery, opened satellite tasting rooms, sold thousands of cases of wine, and collected multiple winemaking awards. Next month, the Isenhower team will say "Cheers to 20 Years" with a special wine release.

On February 9 and 10, the Isenhower team will release a much-anticipated 20th Anniversary Port, made from Dionysus Vineyard Petit Verdot grapes and Summit View Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon brandy.

"I wanted to knock it out of the park with the 20th Anniversary Petit Verdot Port," says winery co-owner Brett Isenhower. "We combined brandy made from our own Cabernet Sauvignon with the ripest Petit Verdot grapes from Dionysus Vineyard. The result is a 20th Anniversary Port that will be delicious for 20 years."

The wine will be released in the Walla Walla winery, along with Isenhower Cellars satellite tasting rooms in Woodinville and Leavenworth.

Additional events are planned throughout the year, and schedule updates will be announced on the Isenhower Cellars Facebook page ( and the Isenhower Cellars website (

"We’re looking forward to celebrating 20 years of wine with our community of supporters, and we're hoping to connect with new friends too," says Isenhower. "20 years is a big milestone, and we're just getting warmed up. We'd love to celebrate our successes and toast to the future with friends new and old."

About Isenhower Cellars:
Isenhower Cellars is a family-owned business, started, owned, and operated by Brett and Denise Isenhower. At their Walla Walla winery, the Isenhowers produce 7,500 cases of wine per year. Traditional winemaking methods, such as extended barrel aging in the highest quality French oak barrels, foot stomping of grapes, and native yeast and whole cluster fermentations are used to craft each wine. The goal is for each Isenhower Cellars wine to be unique, fresh, age worthy, and delicious. The winery offers three locations to taste and purchase: the winery in Walla Walla, a tasting room in Leavenworth, and a tasting room in Woodinville. Isenhower wines are also distributed in Washington State, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Florida, and Illinois.
Isenhower Cellars
Mandy Hudson, Marketing Manager