Sheridan's intense, structured Washington reds are some of the highest rated Washington wines.
The Sheridan Vineyard sits outside the town of Zillah, Washington on a rise overlooking the Yakima Valley, contained in a confluence of vineyards and wineries at the end of Gilbert Road: Sheridan, Dineen, Andrew Will's Two Blondes Vineyard, and most recently, Ramseyer.
In the late 1990's, Scott Greer and business partners Pat and Lanie Dineen met through their mutual interest in finance and banking and became friends. In 1996 they purchased a 76 acre site outside Zillah and planted the first ten acres of the Sheridan Vineyard. Shortly after, Chris Camarda planted his Andrew Will Two Blondes Vineyard literally next door. Over the next decade, Sheridan expanded the vineyard to 55 acres on their 76 acre site.