In 2011 Analemma found heart and home in the Mosier Hills, positioned on 52 acres within a mosaic of grassland and Oregon White Oak. The unique geological history of this site as an eddy of the Missoula Floods is evidenced by a depository of river stones and granitic glacial erratics. Nestled in the rain shadow of the Cascades, Mosier reveals the tension between maritime and continental climates. These factors create a compelling environment for winegrowing. Here we foster life and build community while cultivating wine grapes, cherries, lavender, and gardens. Tucked into the Mosier Hills, we strive to leave the lands we farm in better condition than we found them and to give a voice to this unique site.