The "Old Vines" Cabernet (originally "Dedication Series") has been in production since the bonding of the winery in 1981. Primary sourcing has always come from the oldest blocks of Champoux in Horse Heaven Hills, Sagemoor Vineyards in Columbia Valley, and the Estate Vineyard in Walla Walla Valley, all of which vines were planted back in the early 1970s. The 1987 vintage was the first Washington wine to be on Wine Spectator’s Top 10 list. This is produced and bottled on-site at Woodward Canyon Winery. The grapes are hand-harvested and sorted, and go through a 48-hour cold soak before fermentation in 2000 L stainless steel tanks, and are punched down 2 times per day. After pressing, the various lots are moved to new French oak barrels to age for 22 months where spontaneous malo-lactic fermentation takes place.