14 Hands Winery is named after the wild horses that once made their home on the land upon which the grapes are grown. Just 14 hands tall, these tough little horses were revered around the world. 14 Hands' wines show the soul and intensity of the horse's unbridled freedom.
Winemaker, Keith Kenison has been making wines in Washington State for over 15 years. In 1992 he started working for Chateau St. Michellle as a cellar worker. There he learned and observed the art of winemaking. In 1997, he moved to Columbia Crest Winery and became their enologist and in 2002 he was promoted to assistant winemaker. Some time later he took the reins of 14 Hands.