Seven Hills Winery announced a branding evolution to commemorate 30 years of winegrowing and winemaking in the Walla Walla Valley. The updates include newly designed labels as well as an enhanced website to optimize the user experience for consumers planning a visit or looking to make purchases directly from the winery. The new branding pays homage to Seven Hills Winery’s history as a founding estate of the Walla Walla Valley by prominently featuring the Celtic-inspired medallion that has been a signature since the brand’s inception, the company says. The winery’s flagship offerings are set apart through a simple but elevated package design, while many of the nationally distributed wines feature a bolder design to enhance shelf presence and appeal, it explains. “The Walla Walla Valley has evolved substantially since we founded Seven Hills Winery in 1988,” said Founder and Winemaker Casey McClellan, in a statement. “We’re honored to be a part of that evolution and see our story grow along with the community. The refreshed brand and online presence reflect the legacy and visionary values of our winery, which continues to elevate our winemaking and produce benchmark Washington Merlot and Cabernet Sauvignon relevant to our terroir.”