"Dumas Station Wines was started in 2003 by two Walla Walla natives, Jay DeWitt and Doug Harvey, after a few years of making wine in a garage. Winemaker Jay DeWitt calls himself a "recovering wheat farmer," while his partner Doug Harvey is a "recovering attorney."
Jay & Doug took a humble approach to building a winery and fixed up an old apple-packing shed known as Dumas Station--the site of one of the oldest apple orchards in Washington, started by James Dumas in the late 1800s.
This isn't known as a fancy winery with lots of high-tech equipment; Jay & Doug rely on friends & family for help with the harvest. They spend the rest of the year racking the wine--one oak barrel at a time.
We invite you to visit our humble tasting room at the winery to enjoy our age-worthy red wines and experience the history of Dumas Station."
Come out and enjoy this very special Ladies Night tasting featuring the wines of Dumas Station! Tasting on Wednesday, March 4th from 4pm-7pm.