Sing ... Dance ... Savor

William Weaver Wine's vision was to create an authentic wine that would capture the spirit and sophisticated palate of a new era of wine drinkers. This diverse collection of red and white wines is an adventurous alternative to the traditional wine maker's story. Our wines deliver memorable layers of subtle flavors and creative artistry in each bottle.

Between the Columbia River and the Saddle Mountains in Washington lies the Wahluke Slope, an area known for its production of red grape varieties. Wahluke Slope, nestled within the Columbia Valley AVA (American Viticultural Area), may hold some of the most untapped grape varietals' potential. It is within the fragrant vineyards in this valley that we discovered the grapes for our wines.

William Weaver Wine will satisfy the adventurous quest to find the perfect bottle. The artists we chose to portray our series of wine convey the same passion for authenticity in their exquisitely detailed drawings as the producers of our wines do in their varietal creations.

Let William Weaver Wine excite the artist inside of you and dance across your palate to transform flavors into experiences that will reward your soul. After discovering our wines, don’t be surprised if you get that same feeling as you would when you find the perfect dress.

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Featured Artists

Randy Zielinski

Randy Zielinski

I feel the ability to passionately discover and communicate what you find hidden inside of your soul and buried deep in your own mind, is something we should all have an opportunity to explore in life. For me, putting brushstrokes of paint on a canvas is a very selfish act but the canvas is the sacred, emotional place that I discover my deepest connection with others. When I paint at night while my beautiful family sleeps, I crawl inside my mind, and sometimes I get truly lost in it.

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Larry Pirnie

Larry Pirnie

Larry Pirnie was born and raised in Bettendorf, Iowa, and graduated from Pratt Institute in 1963 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. He worked fifteen years in the advertising industry and, in 1978, moved to western Montana to paint the West, which he had experienced in his youth while visiting his grandparents. He is known for his rich, bright use of color. Traditional painters of the west used more muted colors, but Larry allows "the Kid" inside him to play with color.

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Adam Isaac Jackson

Adam Isaac Jackson

Adam is an American artist and designer,born in Tacoma, Washington, but spent most of his early years abroad. As a minister's son, and the second oldest of 9 children, growing up in Japan in such a large family provided a truly unique life experience. After years of travel, Adam's early roots in the Pacific Northwest took hold and Tacoma once again became home.

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