Sagemoor Vineyards, one of Washington state's most well-known commercial wine operations, is set to be acquired by fruit growing firm Allan Brothers for an undisclosed sum. 

The deal, announced late last week, is expected to completed at the end of this month. Sagemoor Vineyards, which was founded in 1968, consists of four properties under common mangement: Sagemoor, Bacchus, Dionysus and Weinbau. The company has 883 acres of wine grapes, 230 acres of cherries and 190 acres of apples. 

Sagemoor's grapes are sold to around 70 Washington wineries and vineyards. 

Miles Kohl, Allan Brothers's CEO said: “We have been looking at the Washington wine grape business for some time now. When the opportunity came up to acquire the well-known Sagemoor properties, we recognised that this was the right way for Allan Brothers to enter Washington’s dynamic wine business.”

International Wine Associates, a specialist M&A firm, served as advisors to Sagemoor Vineyards for the deal.