Paul Beveridge (yes, that's his real name) fell in love with wine at an early age and has been making wine for more than 20 years. Paul strives to produce wines with a more "European" focus and character than many new world wines.

Winemaker Paul Beveridge has been making Wilridge wines for over twenty years. Right from the beginning, Paul has focused on wines that reflect the "terroir" of their vineyard sites rather than current fashion or the latest winemaking innovations.  As such, his wines are more "European" in character than most new world wines. 

He recently furthered his European philosophy of letting the grapes and the wines reflect their place of origin by planting his own vineyard on Naches Heights near Yakima where the vines are tended organically and biodynamically.

Find out more about Wilridge winemaking, Paul's background, interests and Philosphy by exploring the articles below.

Paul Beveridge, the whole story

Paul Beveridge (yes, that's his real name) fell in love with wine at an early age. His wines strongly reflect their "terroir" rather than latest winemaking trends and innovations, producing a more "European" in character than many new world wines.

Our Philosophy of Winemaking

Wilridge's goal is to find the best vineyard sites in Washington State and hand make wines that bring out the unique characteristics of each vineyard's "terroir."

Paul Beveridge, Ceramic Artist

In addition to making wine, Paul Beveridge is a ceramic artist. His large, hand thrown works were called "gorgeous" by the Seattle Post-Intelligencer. Recently he has been producing ceramic wine bottles in unique shapes and sizes.

Family Wineries of Washington State

Wilridge Winemaker Paul Beveridge is a founding member and the current President of Family Wineries of Washington State (FWWS) which represents over 100 Washington wineries who seek to reform Washington State's antiquated wine laws.

How to make wine, with Mack & Liam

Mack and Liam have been in the Wine Business since the day they were born. "Our Dad tries to convince people that making wine is an art and a science that takes years to perfect. We think it's easy and a lot of fun. So let us show you how we make wine at Wilridge."