Farm & Family

A Visionary Estate

Led by a passion for authenticity and a deep connection to the land they call home, the Hedges Family epitomizes the modern wine estate. A blend of rich cultural upbringings and a shared love for creating beautiful wine converge at the heart of bucolic Red Mountain, fostering a true homegrown approach to farming and viticulture. Hedges Family Estate unites past and present, evolving tradition for generations to come.

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The Hedges Story...

Our story spans generations and oceans, finally bringing us to Red Mountain where the story will always continue.

Tom Hedges from Richland, Washington marries Annie-Marie Liégeois in her hometown, Ossey-les-Trois-Maisons, Champagne, France.

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Tom and Anne-Marie begin their wine adventure shipping California and Washington State wines to Taiwan after traveling the world in the produce industry.

Hedges Cellars is born with the first shipment of Columbia Valley Cabernet-Merlot wine to Vin & Spirit Centralen in Stockholm, Sweden

Tom and Anne-Marie purchase fifty acres on Red Mountain in the Yakima Valley and plant forty acres of bordeaux grape varieties.

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Hedges Cellars wins gold medal for their Cabernet-Merlot blend at Seattle Enological Society judging and begins to distribute their wines in North America

Ground breaking in February for Hedges Chateau on Red Mountain

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Hedges 1995 Three Vineyards at Red Mountain wins Top 100 Wines in the World from Wine Spectator magazine

Tom and Anne Marie purchased Bel' Villa Vineyard

Christophe Hedges promoted to Director of National Sales and Marketing

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Sarah Hedges Goedhart joins winery full-time as assistant winemaker

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Tom and Anne Marie purchase two vineyards - Jolet Vineyard (formerly known as Rockwell Brown Vineyard) and Les Gosses Vineyard - Land leased from DNR

Hedges Estate Vineyard converted to Biodynamic farming

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Sarah Hedges Goedhart becomes head winemaker

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First Demeter-certified Biodynamic Cabernet Sauvignon in Washington released

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As of 2019 all five vineyards were converted to Biodynamic farming and the estate will be 100% Demeter Certified Biodynamic in 2021.

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The Hedges Family Estate Wine club was reborn and the tasting room and grounds became a year around visitor friendly venue.

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The smallest crop in a long time but delicious wines are filling our barrels. It will be the vintage that will make us forget the challenges we all experienced.

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The Family & Staff

Owner Tom Hedges, his grandson, Julian, and Sarah Hedges Goedhart

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It was Tom Hedges’ contact in the produce export market that “planted the seeds” for Hedges Cellars. Tom was asked to produce a Washington State table wine for sale in Sweden. A winery was born. The first two vintages (1987 and 1988) of Hedges Cellars Cabernet-Merlot were sold exclusively in Sweden. Today, four different wines including the 1997 vintage of Cabernet-Merlot are sold in 45 states and 15 foreign countries. Hedges Cellars is being hailed as one of the country's “Great Red Meritage Producers.”

Tom Hedges led a career in International Marketing focusing on food commodities. He was employed by Castle & Cooke foods from 1976-1982 heading up offices in Buenos Aires, Pennsylvania, Arizona, and Vancouver, Canada. Next, he worked for Pandol Bros., a small dutch trading company in Seattle, importing Chilean produce and exporting fruit to the Far East and India. In 1984 Tom served as President and CEO of McCain Produce Co. in New Brunswick, Canada farming potatoes for export.

Tom met his French wife, Anne-Marie, in Guadalajara, Mexico at the Autonoma University of Guadalajara in 1975. Together they have raised two children.

It was Tom Hedges’ contact in the produce export market that “planted the seeds” for Hedges Cellars. Tom was asked to produce a Washington State table wine for sale in Sweden. A winery was born. The first two vintages (1987 and 1988) of Hedges Cellars...

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From an early age Anne-Marie had a sense for adventure. Growing up with stories about the second world war, tales of the French resistance and visits from a British soldier saved by her grandfather from being captured by the enemy, it is no wonder that she wanted to see the world.

After high school, she attended college in England, Germany and Mexico. It was in Mexico that she met her future husband—Tom Hedges. They were married in 1976 in Champagne, France in a 12th century church. The international challenge had begun…

Accent in hand, she adapted to new food but still loved a good coq-au-vin. She tried her beer but her taste for good wine was too strong. Her grandfather, Marcel Dupont, Chevalier du Tastevin, had made sure of that.

Tom's work in international trade resulted in 11 moves for the family in 10 years—from the west coast of the United States to the east. From the west coast of Canada to the east, from warm Arizona where son Christophe was born to exotic Buenos Aires where daughter Sarah was born. Finally in 1986 Anne-Marie and Tom settled in Washington state to start Hedges Cellars.

Anne-Marie stayed behind closed doors doing bookkeeping and sales support while Tom looked for banks and customers. The transition from Finishing School in Paris in 1976 to performing an accounting role in the States was a bit of a stretch. Anne-Marie decided to go back to school and graduated with an AA degree in accounting.

Anne marie still handles some of the vineyard accounting and numerous other administrative tasks necessary for a small business owner. She is active in various non-profit organizations in the state of Washington. Anne-Marie is also a willing ambassador for Hedges Family Estate, the Red Mountain AVA and the Washington state wine industry. Her accent is still there, her french sense of style never left, her food preference is still old world but her taste for wine is distinctly American—Hedges Red Mountain. Naturellement!

From an early age Anne-Marie had a sense for adventure. Growing up with stories about the second world war, tales of the French resistance and visits from a British soldier saved by her grandfather from being captured by the enemy, it is no wonder that...

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Sarah was born in Buenos Aires and spent her early years traveling the globe with her family. In 1986 her parents settled in Seattle to start Hedges Cellars. A vineyard was planted in 1990 in Eastern Washington, Red Mountain area. In the summer Sarah, along with her brother Christophe, worked in the vineyard and in later years at the new winery built in that same location. Sarah’s love for the industry soon would turn into a career choice. She attended the University of San Diego and graduated with a degree in business and philosophy. She later attended UC Santa Barbara to study chemistry and at the same time worked for Santa Barbara winery managing the tasting room and helping with harvest. From 2003 to 2005 she worked for Preston Vineyards in Healdsburg, Sonoma County, doing wine production work

In 2005, she decided to move back home and start working for the family winery. She joined the winery full-time in 2006 as Assistant Winemaker and two years later had completed her certificate degree in enology from Washington State University and started the label Goedhart Family with her husband. After her uncle and mentor retired in 2015, Sarah became the head winemaker.

Sarah’s love for fermentation doesn’t stop with wine. She bakes rustic bread in the wood-fired oven using a starter she created with our biodynamic grapes. You can also find yogurt and sauerkraut crocks bubbling away in her kitchen. She loves to cook and garden, and she keeps it all in check with daily yoga. She also has a deep love for animals big and small. She lives in Richland, Washington with her husband, Brent, their sons Lucas and Trevor, their dogs Otto, Shadow, and Jackson, their four chickens, and a turtle named Cowboy. Her favorite wine is whichever wine she is drinking with good friends.

Sarah was born in Buenos Aires and spent her early years traveling the globe with her family. In 1986 her parents settled in Seattle to start Hedges Cellars. A vineyard was planted in 1990 in Eastern Washington, Red Mountain area. In the summer Sarah, along...

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Son to Tom and Anne-Marie Hedges. 2001 Graduate of the University of San Diego with a Business Degree and minor in Theatre Arts

Work history: 1999: Wine Steward, Costco Corporation, Morena Blvd, San Diego CA 2000-2001: Wine buyer, La Tavola Kitchen Summer 2001: Columbia River Circuit PRCA, Bull rider, Bareback Fall 2001: Lab technician, Hedges Family Estate 2001-2004: Hedges Family Estate, special projects, marketing, retail 2004-Present: Hedges Family Estate National Sales/Marketing Director, Farmer: Magdalena Vineyard

Family: Wife: Maggie Hedges Eldest Son: Julian Bergin Hedges Youngest Son: Olivier Liegeois Hedges Dog: Roman Maximillius Hedges

Parents: Tom and Anne-Marie Hedges Sister: Sarah Goedhart

Hobbies: Collecting and drinking wine, eating good food, working outside in the vineyard, masonry/sculpting with stone, traveling.

Organizations: The Guardians of Red Mountain, Red Mountain Vintners Association

Place of Residence: Benton City, WA Red Mountain AVA, Magdalena Vineyard

Citizenship: United States and France

Music: Light Classical, Opera, electronic lounge, European ragtime Jazz

Dislikes: Houses made of wood, high-scoring wines and the rating system, negative attitudes, wines of high price with no history, image margins

Likes: Strong family ties, The old world way of thinking, wines of geographic representation, authenticity, eating the view, fireplaces at night with traditional music, reading on airplanes

Son to Tom and Anne-Marie Hedges. 2001 Graduate of the University of San Diego with a Business Degree and minor in Theatre Arts Work history: 1999: Wine Steward, Costco Corporation, Morena Blvd, San Diego CA 2000-2001: Wine buyer, La Tavola Kitchen Summer 2001: Columbia River...

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Winery & Farm Staff

Grace

While growing up in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Grace heard California’s call. Upon graduation, she packed her bags for San Francisco and landed her first wine gig, working in the finance department for a winery in Santa Rosa. She was quickly promoted into sales and marketing, and that’s where she found her passion. Dragging wine bags up and down San Francisco’s hilly streets was no easy task, but as she learned her trade and came to know her clients, she fell in love with the wine business.

Clamoring for more knowledge, she took a position with a South American wine company, which gave Grace her first taste of travel, a passion that has led her around the world. Thirsty for bigger case drops, she set her eyes on landing large chain account deals, and she was quickly promoted to National Account Manager. Her success led her to a new job for the third-largest French wine company in France as Director of Sales. This new environment helped hone her skills in international business. In 2019, Grace joined Hedges Family Estate as the VP of Global Sales.

While growing up in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Grace heard California’s call. Upon graduation, she packed her bags for San Francisco and landed her first wine gig, working in the finance department for a winery in Santa Rosa. She was quickly promoted into sales and marketing...

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Ariana Douk

Reigning from Southern California, Ariana has a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration with a minor in Advertising from Chapman University. In addition, she holds a Master’s Degree in Education from Pepperdine University. Prior to obtaining the Western Regional Sales Manager role at Hedges Family Estate, she has worked in the industry for over nine years in variety of positions. She has worked in many roles from distribution to a regional management position with an importer. Since a child she has been around the wine and restaurant industry and this has influenced her career and passion for the industry.

Reigning from Southern California, Ariana has a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration with a minor in Advertising from Chapman University. In addition, she holds a Master’s Degree in Education from Pepperdine University. Prior to obtaining the Western Regional Sales Manager role at Hedges Family Estate...

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Kathy was born and raised in Seattle and attended the University of Washington where she received her bachelor's degree in International Studies. Kathy began her management career in Seattle at Allstate Insurance Company working for sixteen years in both Seattle and Ohio. Kathy earned her Master of Business Administration at Kent State University. When presented with the opportunity to move to Europe in 2000, Kathy jumped off the corporate ladder and immersed herself in the culture, living in Belgium and in a small village in the Southwest of France and working in local vineyards, traveling extensively, and becoming a fluent French speaker. Kathy pursued her love of wine and obtained the prestigious D.U.A.D. from the University of Bordeaux, and the Certified Specialist of Wine CSW solidifying her passion for the world of viticulture and wine production. After 16 years in Europe, Kathy returned to the United States to be closer to her family, and especially her two grandsons. She is thrilled to be back in Washington - now a Husky in Cougar territory - and eager to forge her Washington roots with her European experience to serve the Hedges Family Estate.

Kathy was born and raised in Seattle and attended the University of Washington where she received her bachelor's degree in International Studies. Kathy began her management career in Seattle at Allstate Insurance Company working for sixteen years in both Seattle and Ohio. Kathy earned her...

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Karla was born, and grew up on the beautiful West side of Washington State. She immersed herself in many sports, including basketball, golf, volleyball, and softball. While Karla was working as a secretary after school, her sister was working at the restaurant next door. Karla went to visit her sister on her lunch break and saw the hustle and bustle of the restaurant world and was hooked! She started slinging cocktails at Seattle's finest restaurants and eventually moved up to become a full-time bartender. She moved up through the ranks of bartender, then wine buyer and finally manager. She also worked for Noble Wines, LTD. and covered multiple sales routes and did merchandising. This is where she became familiar with Hedges wines. She eventually moved from Seattle to Brooklyn where she bartended and created the cocktails at many prestigious Manhattan restaurants, including Prune.

She made the decision to move back to Washington state, this time on the East side of the state, to be closer to family. After reaching out to an old friend who she worked with at Noble Wines, Karla found her way to Hedges Family Estate where she now manages hospitality at the Chateau and social media.

Karla was born, and grew up on the beautiful West side of Washington State. She immersed herself in many sports, including basketball, golf, volleyball, and softball. While Karla was working as a secretary after school, her sister was working at the restaurant next door. Karla...

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Only after being in the Seattle area for two days, Molly walked into the Hedges tasting room on March 4, 1995 looking to taste the wines that she had heard so much about from her husband. Two days later on March 6th she was hired as the controller and has been with Hedges Family Estate ever since

Originally from south Florida, Molly slowly moved across the country, taking up residence in Missouri, Wyoming, and California. Molly moved to Seattle from the Bay area after six years as a Royalty and Severance Tax accountant at Chevron USA. She graduated with a BS in Accounting from CA State University, Sacramento in 1989 and passed the CPA exam in 1990. Molly enjoys running, hiking, biking, traveling, and wine tasting.

Only after being in the Seattle area for two days, Molly walked into the Hedges tasting room on March 4, 1995 looking to taste the wines that she had heard so much about from her husband. Two days later on March 6th she was hired...

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Adam received a degree from Washington State University in Landscape Architecture in 2008 and was destined for design greatness. But life, and the market, had other plans. Originating from a long family history of wheat farming in Oregon he is glad to continue working in agriculture but in a different direction. Adam is well gratified to be the Logistics Manager for Hedges Family Estate and applies his varied knowledge to making sure Hedges wine makes it from the Estate to your table here and abroad.

When not working Adam can be found exploring the trails of Eastern Washington in a very dusty pair of running shoes.

Adam received a degree from Washington State University in Landscape Architecture in 2008 and was destined for design greatness. But life, and the market, had other plans. Originating from a long family history of wheat farming in Oregon he is glad to continue working...

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Tashina was born in Beaverton Oregon and raised in Portland Oregon. At an early age she was fascinated with nature and science, which in part was attributed to her Native American heritage. Her curiosity was ignited by her innate ability to relate to mother earth. She attended high school in Benton City Washington where she familiarized herself with the beauty of Eastern Washington's land, which allowed her roots to spread. After high school she gravitated back to Portland where she thrived in the corporate world of banking excelling in sales and management, she spent roughly eight years in the fast-paced banking environment and realized she would enjoy exploring other industry's such as viticulture and enology. She was driven to be a part of the wine industry so decided to get her degree in Wine and Beverage Business Management from Washington State University with a major in Business Management. Tashina enjoys camping with her family, her daughter Jazmin and first-born Xavier, and traveling to various locations. One of her favorite places to visit is the Oregon Coast.

Tashina was born in Beaverton Oregon and raised in Portland Oregon. At an early age she was fascinated with nature and science, which in part was attributed to her Native American heritage. Her curiosity was ignited by her innate ability to relate to mother earth...

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Gustavo was born in Mexico City and moved to the United States in 2000. When he came to the United States his first job was at Hedges Family Estate pruning in the vineyard. He also found temporary work picking asparagus, apples, and cherries. In 2002 he was promoted to cellar work at the winery and is now cellar master. He says, "I am very proud to be a part of making the best Red Mountain wines and I am still very happy to work here because the owners and managers are a great family."

Gustavo was born in Mexico City and moved to the United States in 2000. When he came to the United States his first job was at Hedges Family Estate pruning in the vineyard. He also found temporary work picking asparagus, apples, and cherries. In 200...

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Cody

Cody grew up in the small farming community of Las Cruces, NM, where you could usually find him scrambling up the granite peaks or doing his best lizard impersonation on the boulders.
His passion for the outdoors and desire to reach truly remote places led him on a journey that would culminate in a 1000-mile hike from the Mexico border to Yosemite. While hitchhiking into the valley he was picked up by a winemaker who would later offer him an intern cellar position at Bryant Family Vineyard, in St Helena.

He quickly fell in love with the process, culture, and history of winemaking and the places it allowed him to go. Cody's desire for learning new winemaking styles and techniques took him to vintages in New Zealand, Australia, and South Africa; always returning to Napa for the northern harvest.

When the opportunity opened, Cody jumped at the chance to work with Washington wines and is thrilled to have landed at Hedges. Cheers to the next adventure.

Cody grew up in the small farming community of Las Cruces, NM, where you could usually find him scrambling up the granite peaks or doing his best lizard impersonation on the boulders.His passion for the outdoors and desire to reach truly remote places led him...

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Born in Ukiah CA, Freddy learned from a young age about wine from his father, who immigrated in the 1980s from El Colecio Michoacan, Mexico. Freddy worked his way up to Cellar Master and now Production Manager. Over the years, he worked hard to learn not only how to manage the wine cellar, but also to become an adept photographer. Freddy enjoys spending time with his three kids and lovely wife.

Born in Ukiah CA, Freddy learned from a young age about wine from his father, who immigrated in the 1980s from El Colecio Michoacan, Mexico. Freddy worked his way up to Cellar Master and now Production Manager. Over the years, he worked hard to learn...

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Kayla was born and raised in Tri Cities, WA. In high school, Kayla developed and cultivated her passion for agriculture as FFA president, an agriculture-based leadership club. She went on to lead her FFA chapter for leadership achievements to nationals.

Kayla’s ancestors derive from generations of farmers in Germany, that migrated to North Dakota, where they owned many acres of farmland. Kayla’s grandparents later settled in Benton City, where she spent much of her time growing up. Her grandparent’s innate ability to cultivate a life living off of their land would go on to inspire her desire of sustainable agriculture.

After high school, Kayla went on to pursue a degree in Psychology from Eastern Washington University. This is where she met her now husband, Erin. Following graduation, her and Erin moved to Hawaii. Kayla landed a job with a non-profit organization that rescued and redistributed excess, unsold food. During her time at this organization, she spent many weekends working with farmers helping to redistribute unsold crops.

Kayla returned to Tri-Cities in 2018 and was determined to seek out a marriage between her charity efforts and sustainable agriculture. After an introduction into wine and viticulture as the Hedges Tasting Room Manager, she went on to accept an internship at Ciel du Cheval Vineyard.

Following a season at Ciel du Cheval, Kayla accepted the position of Assistant Vineyard Manager at Hedges Family Estate. Subsequently, the regenerative farming values Hedges Family Estate holds captivated Kayla’s concentration towards organic and biodynamic farming.

In 2021, the opportunity arose to take on the Vineyard Manager position and continue her education, she happily accepted.

Outside of work, Kayla loves spending time with her husband and their pets, Edgar, the Border Collie and Kona, the tuxedo cat. As a family, they enjoy hiking, biking, and living vicariously through Rick Steves’ travel documentaries.

Kayla was born and raised in Tri Cities, WA. In high school, Kayla developed and cultivated her passion for agriculture as FFA president, an agriculture-based leadership club. She went on to lead her FFA chapter for leadership achievements to nationals. Kayla’s ancestors derive from generations...

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Aislinn was born and raised in Seattle where she graduated from the University of Washington with a BA in Marketing. After graduating, she moved to Galway, Ireland where she worked in a modern Irish restaurant and traveled around Europe, volunteering on organic farms, and eating her way through every country she could reach. On return to Seattle, she registered at the Seattle Culinary Academy and began working as a line cook for Tom Douglas Restaurants. After graduating, she traveled to Spain to work at La Botica alongside Chef Miguel Angel de la Cruz, a Michelin star restaurant in Matapazuelos known for its hyper-local menu and gardens. She once again returned to the Pacific Northwest where she joined the team as the sous chef at iconic Seattle restaurant Matt’s in the Market. In 2020, she and her husband, Sebastián, opened a pop-up bakery, Oso Negro, specializing in artisanal alfajores. Despite the challenges posed by the pandemic, Oso Negro - selling exclusively at farmers markets and online - quickly gained a substantial following and made many of the Seattle area foodie lists.

Aislinn was born and raised in Seattle where she graduated from the University of Washington with a BA in Marketing. After graduating, she moved to Galway, Ireland where she worked in a modern Irish restaurant and traveled around Europe, volunteering on organic farms, and eating...

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Kat was born in Santa Ana, CA and grew up in the Portland, OR area. She completed an on-farm internship in 2020 through Rogue Farm corps, with a focus on organic full diet farming in addition to Biodynamic practices. Hedges played a large role in inspiring Kat with biodynamic practices. She previously worked for them in 2018 in their tasting room and they instilled a sense of enthusiasm for wine in addition to environmental awareness and responsibility when it comes to the terroir

She has traveled around the country, learning from various farmers and gardeners, both large and small scale and is committed to improving and building up organic materials in the soil, this involves implementing regenerative methods when it comes to tending to the land. She practices a no till/low till method, cover croping, crop rotation, as well as rotational grazing of animals.

In her free time Kat enjoys painting, illustrating, playing guitar, rock climbing and hiking. She’s had successful art shows in the Portland area but her love of the outdoors and nature’s beauty is what inspires her creative process. She left Portland to pursue her love of working with the land and animals. Her passions are about closing the loops in our food system by recycling nutrients and organic materials in addition to reducing food waste. Composting is important in her methods due to it’s ability to help the land sequester carbon and build nutrient rich soils. Environmentalism plays a large part when it comes to her farming goals. She’s inspired by permaculture designs that incorporate animal rotation with the land and is thrilled to have the chance to implement these practices with Hedges. She is dedicated to saving seeds, composting, land stewardship, and growing the most delicious nutrient rich organic food.

Kat was born in Santa Ana, CA and grew up in the Portland, OR area. She completed an on-farm internship in 2020 through Rogue Farm corps, with a focus on organic full diet farming in addition to Biodynamic practices. Hedges played a large role in...

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Enrique was born and raised in Michoacan, Mexico on his family's 1000-acre farm. Following his wife Criselia, he moved to Grandview, WA in 2004 and started working in the vineyards at Hedges Family Estate. His fondness for the vineyards and the entire estate grew from his years of pruning, cultivating, installing trellis systems, and so much more. Enrique now oversees and leads all landscaping efforts at Hedges Family Estate.

Enrique has five children, four boys, and one girl. In his spare time, you can find Enrique playing his guitar, fishing, having a BBQ with his friends and family, or visiting his family's ranch in Mexico.

Enrique was born and raised in Michoacan, Mexico on his family's 1000-acre farm. Following his wife Criselia, he moved to Grandview, WA in 2004 and started working in the vineyards at Hedges Family Estate. His fondness for the vineyards and the entire estate grew from...

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Philanthropy

Over the years Hedges Family Estate has helped many non-profit organizations, and continues to contribute an average 10% of net profits to charitable causes. We receive so many requests each day that it is impossible to participate in all the wonderful charities that come our way.

  • Auction of Washington Wines
  • Boys and Girls Club
  • Camp Korey
  • Children's Developmental Center
  • Cornish College of Arts
  • Good Samaritan Foundation
  • Hanford Reach Interpretive Center
  • LeMay Museum
  • Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
  • National Multiple Sclerosis Society
  • Patrons of Cystic Fibrosis
  • Juvenile Diabetes Research Fnd
  • March of Dimes
  • Poncho
  • Seattle Aquarium Society
  • Seattle Police Foundation
  • Seattle Children's Hospital
  • Special Olympics
  • Sun Valley Center for the Arts
  • Tri-Cities Cancer Center
  • Washington Wine Country
  • Woodland Park Zoo

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