The Rawn family had been fruit farmers in the Yakima Valley for more than 50 years when they decided to convert a cherry orchard to vines in 2000. When their uncle Ron Schmidt, who had been managing the vineyard, passed away unexpectedly in 2006, brothers Matt and Pat Rawn bought out the rest of the family in order to take full control of the vineyards.
They took winemaking classes, built a winery facility on the property, and set out to make their own wines, while still selling some of their fruit to make ends meet. Now producing about 10,000 cases of estate wines annually, they deliver excellent quality at affordable prices. Two Mountain is surely a Yakima star. The winery takes its name from the majestic view of Mount Rainier and Mount Adams, which one sees from the vineyard.