Raptor Ridge and Atticus Vineyard have been birds of a feather for over a decade of winemaking in the Willamette Valley. The vineyard, named for Atticus Finch of To Kill a Mockingbird, supplies grapes to Raptor Ridge, named for the hawks, owls and kestrels who coexist symbiotically on our sustainably grown sites. Here, founding winegrower Scott Shull releases a juvenile Barn Owl it into our Tuscowallame Vineyard. The owl, rehabilitated from injury by The Audubon Society of Portland, was deemed ready to return to the wilds of Tuscowallame Vineyard, an indigenous name for “Where the Owls Dwell”. Learn about Raptor Ridge's Auction lot, "I'll Fly Away."