Sonoma County-based Jackson Family Wines announced the purchase of its first vineyards in Washington state. Price was not disclosed for the acquisition of 61 acres of vineyards, part of a 117-acre site in the Walla Walla Valley winegrowing region. Abeja, which originally developed and planted the site in 2016, will retain ownership of 56 unplanted acres and will plant new vines there in 2023, according to the announcement. Jackson Family Wines has been buying grapes from select Walla Walla vineyards since 2021. The company now has 40 wineries in California, Oregon, Washington, France and Italy, Australia, Chile and South Africa.