While most of us built castles in the air, Jim Page built a winery in the air.
Page, a Tacoma based corporate pilot, had wine makers Eric Dunham
(Dunham Cellars) and Matt Loso (Matthews Cellars) on board after a
distributor visit in Florida. While flying at 37,000 feet above the Sunshine
state, their conversation turned to wine. The duo inspired him to pursue his
dream of owning a winery, offering themselves as resources. Page followed
through, with his eponymous Page Cellars.
The journey started in 2000 when Jim and Rothelle Page brought their vision
into focus with the debut of Preface, the winery's signature Cabernet Sauvignon.
Production has grown from the inaugural 200 cases to 2500 cases today, and
includes a luscious Syrah and a delightfully crisp Sauvignon Blanc. From the
confines of their two car Gig Harbor garage to the heart of Woodinville Wine Country,
this urban boutique winery has made a habit of producing award winning wines.
Page Cellars wines can be found in the fine wine shops and select restaurants
throughout the Pacific Northwest.
Page Cellars produces wines of exceptional quality that accurately reflect the small
vineyards from which they are produced. Their techniques and respect for natural
balance allows the rhythm of the vineyard and the creativity of the wine maker to
enter in a convenient conversation. Uncompromising quality, handcrafted premium
red wines from the finest fruit and the very best vineyards on Red Mountain and the
Columbia Valley defines the essence of Page Cellars.