View very similar to the Georgia Vincent painting.
Earlier in the week Kevin Pouge of Whitman College sent me an email with his Geology Field Trip Paper: Folds, floods, and fine wine: Geologic influences on terroir of the Columbia Basin (The Geological Society Field Guide 15, 2009). It really is a fun paper and I am finding I am starting to better remember Washington wines now by the geology they grew on.
Portion of Wallula Winery taking advantage of the geology.
Winery is on the west side of Wallula Gap where the Columbia River cuts through the Horse Heaven Hills