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Since 1991, Crimson Wine Group has carefully assembled a portfolio of strong, highly differentiated luxury wine brands. Our wineries and vineyards represent the finest of their respective appellations in California, Oregon and Washington, each with its own dedicated winemaking team, facility, and brand story. 
With a philosophy that includes vineyard ownership and estate-based winemaking, Crimson's singular collection of wineries and brands offers a unique and powerful combination of quality, character and history.

1993

Archery Summit is established
in Oregon's Willamette Valley.

2002

Making a strategic commitment to expanding the portfolio, Leucadia National Coporation purchases the two wineries and establishes the Crimson Wine Group.

2007

Leucadia establishes Crimson Wine Group (Crimson) as its luxery wine portfolio.

2008

Crimson's vineyard in Washington's Horse Heaver Hills yields its first crop. The group establishes the Double Canyon brand in 2012. 

2008

Crimson adds Edna Valley's Chamisal Vineyards (formly Domaine Alfred) to portfolio.

2009

Crimson launches ForeFront, a second label by Pine Ridge.

2011

Sonoma County's historic Seghesio Family Vineyards joins Crimson's family of brands. 

2013

Crimson Wine Group spins off from Leucadia National Corporation as a separate public company.

2014

Crimson Wine Group launches Luminary, a unique wine blending fruit from four carefully curated, iconic properties, four renowned appellations and the collaborative effort of four acclaimed winemakers.