The Hackett Ranch

Vines, views, and the gravel road less traveledGilbert Cellar's gravel road

The 300-acre Hackett Ranch is where you can breathe in the view of vineyards, orchards, and lavender. The former cattle ranch is home to the winery, The Cave–our barrel room, and the Amphitheater–our lawn style music venue. 

PRIVATE TASTINGS & TOURS  || May-September by Appointment. We invite you to enjoy a $10 tasting of selected wines (complimentary for wine club members) and a short ranch tour. Tasting is refundable with a six bottle+ purchase. Or, buy a bottle and enjoy the ranch views from our shaded picnic tables, created by local furniture company Atlas & Cedar. Be sure to pack a tasty picnic–there is no food service at the Ranch.

MUSIC IN THE VINES || Our lawn-style amphitheater was named  Best Music Venue of the Year 2012 by the Yakima Herald Republic.The 4th Annual 2014 Music in the Vines series featured Brent Amaker & the Rodeo on Friday, Chatham County Line, Mikey & Matty and Hey Marseilles. Season Tickets for 2015 will be available in April. 

WILEY CITY FRIDAYS || Join us once a month, May-September, in partnership with Glacier Basin Distillery, for special Friday night hours featuring live music, a local food truck and, of course, wine. Admission is free, all items (wine, food, etc, by purchase). 

SPECIAL EVENTS || Subscribe to our e-newsletter to get invites to special events. 

PRIVATE EVENT RENTALS || We offer various venues on the ranch for your next party, dinner, or gathering. Up to 150 guests. || Events at the Hackett || Weddings at the Hackett 

Questions? Contact GM Jessica Hawkins | jessica@gilbertcellars.com | 509-249-9049 ext. 4

DIRECTIONS FROM DOWNTOWN TASTING ROOM

  1. HEAD WEST ON YAKIMA AVENUE
  2. TAKE LEFT ON 3RD AVENUE (3 MILES)
  3. TAKE RIGHT ON AHTANUM ROAD (6.7 MILES)
  4. TAKE RIGHT ONTO DRAPER ROAD (387FT)
  5. LOOK FOR LARGE WOODEN SIGN THAT SAYS “THE HACKETT RANCH”
  6. FOLLOW THE SMALL BLACK & WHITE SIGNS ON THE GRAVEL ROAD. CAUTION: TWO WAY TRAFFIC.
  7. PARK NEXT TO THE QUONSET HUT, IN BETWEEN THE APPLE TREES OR ALONG THE ROAD