Website Update: 08.31.17
Our wines are crushed, fermented, cellar aged and bottled at our Billings, Montana winery from grapes harvested at family vineyards in Washington’s famed Yakima Valley.
The Winery Tasting Room
& Deli
Open To The Public
Mon – Thurs 1:00 – 9:00 pm
Fri – Sat 1:00 – 11:00 pm
Sun 1:00 – 7:00 pm
Call Clint for off-hours appointments
406-671-0851 (mobile)
Announcing….
Our 7th Annual
Yellowstone Grape Stomp
Saturday, Sept 23 – 1:00 pm
on the crush pad at the Winery
EVERYONE IS WELCOME!!!
The first Yellowstone Grape Stomp was held in Sept 24, 2011! The Syrah grapes these girls are crushing were hauled in fresh the day before from Elephant Mountain Vineyard located near Yakima, Washington.
Beginning at 1:00 pm with the Blessing of the Harvest by Fr. Wayne Pittard followed with a full afternoon of family-friendly “stomping” fun for everyone.
Stomping will start after the Blessing and continue until the grapes run out… Feel free to stop by anytime during the afternoon!
We recommend “stomping” appropriate attire!
$15/Adult (21+) Stompers
Includes one glass of wine
$10/Stompers 18-20
$5/Stompers 12-17 years
Free – Under 12
Proceeds from the
Grape Stomp will provide assistance to Montana ranching families who are struggling to feed their livestock after this year’s devastating Lodgepole Complex wildfires in eastern Montana.
 STOP BY THE WINERY ANYTIME THE AFTERNOON OF SATURDAY, SEPT 23 TO TAKE YOUR TURN “STOMPING” THE GRAPES!

In the Tasting Room & Deli
We offer free wine tastings during all hours we’re open. We can serve anyone 21 years of age or older (we check IDs) and offer water and soft drinks to individuals under 21 years of age.  
Look over our current wine list at the Tasting Room bar. Your server can help you select the wines you want to taste and help walk you through the tasting experience.
Our wines are available for purchase by the glass pour, bottle or the case. Cases can be single or mixed variety.
Glass pours of our wines served daily for $6 & $7/glass
We have a wonderful selection of gourmet cheeses, Brie plates, pizzas, deli meats, flat breads, crackers and condiments.
Ask your server for a list of our deli items and wine pairing suggestions!
Stop by the Tasting Room & Deli and relax around our cool granite tables and enjoy the friendly YC&W atmosphere. Or enjoy the fresh air and a wine cocktail on our open patio!
We accept all major credit cards!
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Tasting Room Club
Our tasting room is open to anyone and everyone. But, for a complete winery experience we offer membership to our Tasting Room Club.
  • $15 for a “single” membership / $25 for a “couples” membership. This is a one-time fee – no need for renewals!
  • First option on new and/or special wine releases.
  • Sign up for our weekly winery newsletter that will appear in your email inbox.
  • Allows price discounts from our “list” prices of wine by the bottle.
  • Receive a “Loyalty Card” that gets you a free bottle of wine after you buy 12 bottles for takeout.
  • Get a 13th bottle (baker’s dozen) if you buy a case of wine.
  • Free cellar tours and barrel tastings for you and your family.
  • Invitation to special events such as Wine 101,102,103 wine appreciation classes.
  • Free use of our event area or patio for your personal and business events (birthday parties, retirements, business or club socials, family reunions, etc). Bridal showers are $250 at booking. We are happy to keep the doors open later for special events.
More than a place…
“Small producers are the ones showing us the way to a greater wine goodness.”
An article in “Wine Spectator” puts community-based “artisan” wineries like ours into perspective… “American wine drinkers increasingly are expecting to drink local. They expect to be able to visit their wineries… Not least, they expect to experience something different.”
Read the entire article by selecting the following link:
Our Label
  You might notice as you look at our new labels that our 2011 vintage red wines have the designation “American” as opposed to “Washington” as the American Viticultural Area (AVA – see footnote below) that appears on our pre-2011 vintage labels.

 The reason: It has to do with federal labeling laws. Prior to the 2011 harvest I “produced” my wines at Dakota Creek Winery (owned by my brother and sister-in-law) located near Blaine, WA. Because the pre-2011 wines were produced in Washington, I was able to label them accordingly.
       But, since 2011 YC&W wines are being produced in Billings, Montana (even thought I’m processing Washington grapes) by federal law I can’t specify “Washington” anywhere on the label. Nor can I use “Montana” on the label because the grapes were not grown in Montana.
      

 Therefore, the only legal alternative for me at this point is to label our wines as “American” as the AVA.

Footnote: An American Viticultural Area (AVA) is a designated wine grape-growing region in the U.S. distinguishable by certain geographic features (i.e. “Napa”, “Columbia Valley,” “Washington,” “American,” etc) with boundaries defined by the Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and Trade Bureau (TTB), U.S. Department of Treasury.