Welcome to Jackson Hole Winery

Jackson Hole Winery was founded in 2009 when Anthony Schroth, winemaker, wanted to explore the benefits of making wine at high-altitude.  Jackson Hole Winery sits at the base of the Grand Teton Range at 6,229 feet, and over the last 10 years, Anthony has perfected the art of making award-winning wine with 18 percent less oxygen and the benefit of cooler temperatures.

Today, the winery produces approximately 2,500 cases of wine from nine vineyards that Schroth farms in the Sonoma region, and sources additional high-quality grapes from vineyards he either oversees, or has partnerships with, to assure a premium fruit.

Upon harvest, the grapes are transported immediately to Jackson Hole where we crush, ferment, press, and barrel-age our wines.   To learn more about our winemaking process, click here.