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760 C Street
Walla Walla, WA, 99362
United States

(509) 241-0318

Corvus Cellars takes its name from Apollo’s raven in mythology, who suffers from eternal thirst.  That idea of “eternal thirst” resonated deeply with us… for wine, for passion, for balance.  Our passion is what led us to go “all in” in 2005.  We bottled our first vintage, bought raw dirt in Red Mountain and planted our vineyard.  Our goal, from the inception, has been to create limited production, world class wines that embody balance, depth and structure.   We are driven by our constant desire to fully showcase a wine’s unique quality....its "terroir", and to embrace the influences of the growing region, vineyard source, and all the micro-decisions throughout the wines’ life-cycle.  We continue to feed this passion and delight in sharing our end result with the people we encounter every day as we endeavor to quench our eternal thirst.   Corvus Cellars is about balance… from the earth… to the vine… to the wine.

We invite you to come visit us at the Port of Walla Walla Airport!


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Randall Hopkins

Press Release

September 4, 2015

Walla Walla, WA


After 5 years of operation at the Port of Walla Walla Winery Incubators, Corvus Cellars, has moved to a new location, 760 C Street, within the Airport District and will open for business on September 4, 2015.  Corvus Cellars celebrates its 10th year anniversary this year and this move represents an opportunity to have a larger production area and a full size tasting room.  

Randall Hopkins, (Winegrower, Co-winemaker and Owner) stated, “This new building with a much larger tasting room will provide us the ability to grow and also host wine events that were just not possible in such a small space.  We wanted to stay at the airport because of our marketing efforts over the last five years and because there are great synergies with the other airport wineries and businesses.”

Corvus Cellars, founded by Randall and Jennifer Hopkins and Steve Lessard, in 2005, have been making award winning wines that focus on balance, structure and depth.  Most of the winery’s fruit comes from Red Mountain, including estate grown grapes from Corvus Vineyard.

When asked about future plans, Randall commented, “I guess my practical side has come in handy as we are really about taking very calculated risks and not getting ahead of ourselves.  Slow growth and providing our customers with superior wine and great experiences is our focus.  We really like what we’ve done to the new place and are looking forward to being there for years to come.”  He also added, “The Port of Walla Walla has been great to work with and we love the Walla Walla community as well as all of our fellow winery brothers and sisters.”   Jennifer Hopkins added, “Steve (Lessard) and Randall are crafting some wonderful wines and we are very excited about our growing wine club, current and future releases.  It will be a delight to actually have some elbow room and in a tasting room that really expresses our personality.” 

Another feature that Corvus is excited to share is the addition of two Tesla charging stations at the winery.   Corvus started offering EV charging a few years back, but has recently been working with Tesla to add two 100amp charges.  They soon will be kicking off their new service with a program called “Juice up & Juice up!” The new winery location will be open Friday-Sunday, 11am-5pm and by appointment.

For additional information, please contact Corvus Cellars at, call 509.241.0318 or visit