Washington Wine Country Calendar of Events
 
Washington Wine Country
Calendar of Events
(Last updated: 07/06/2015)



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Olympic Peninsula/Puget Sound/Seattle Area           Woodinville Area 
Yakima Valley & Rattlesnake Hills     
Red Mountain    
Horse Heaven Hills
Tri Cities & Columbia Valley        Walla Walla Valley
Columbia Gorge
       Spokane Area       North & Central Washington    
Lake Chelan Wine Region        Ancient Lakes of the Columbia
Southwest Washington

Wine Events Outside official Washington Wine-Regions

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   Puget Sound & Olympic Peninsula
Wine Country Events

See Woodinville / Bothell Area

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Date

Event

Location

Thu
Jul 9
6 – 10 pm
Wine Rocks.  This annual not-for-profit event gathers local winemakers, craft brewers, and musicians.  Wine Rocks is a sensory feast reveling in its sixth run.  Don’t miss your chance to sip your way to bliss, graze from the lip-smackin’ delicious herd of food trucks, dance to live music, and gawk at the Olympics - all while supporting a great cause that benefits the University District Food Bank. Elliot Hall at Bell Harbor
PIER 66
Seattle, WA
Sat
Jul 11
2 – 7 pm
Mt. Rainier Wine Festival.  Experience an alpine summer at Crystal Mountain with some of Washington’s best Wineries, live music, great food and other fun festivities. 33818 Crystal Mountain Blvd.
Crystal Mountain, WA
Sat & Sun
Jul 11 & 12
Sat 2 – 9 pm
Sun 10:30 am – 4 pm
Queen Anne Festival.  This annual festival starts on Saturday with a fun run, art walk, beer/wine/cider garden, car show, and dog parade.  Sunday has kids’ music, a kids’ parade at 11 a.m., carnival games, and crafts.  Food both days.  Admission is free. West Queen Anne Playfield
Queen Anne, WA
Fri - Sun
Jul 17 – 19
Times TBA
Kirkland Uncorked.  Food, wine and street fair are the hallmarks of the Kirkland Uncorked.  With over 50 of Washington’s finest wineries you won’t go wrong or hungry.  Proceeds will support the Homeward Pet Adoption Center. Marina Park
25 Lakeshore Plaza Dr
Kirkland, WA
Sat & Sun
Jul 18 & 19
Noon – 5 pm
Bainbridge Island Winery Tour Weekends.  Bainbridge Island wineries open their doors for tours and tastings allowing you to meet the winemakers in person.  Taste classic favorites from grapes grown east of the mountains, as well as island-grown delights.  Enjoy the lush surroundings and a meal at one of their many great island restaurants.  Their seven cozy artisanal wineries are mostly new on the scene but are already garnering awards and attention.  Avoid the crowds and explore the peaceful beauty and charm of Bainbridge Island.

IMPORTANT NOTE FOR GROUPS OVER 6 PEOPLE: Bainbridge Island wineries are all very intimate (small) so if you are a group of more than 6 people, it will be difficult if not impossible to provide you with the high level of service that they like to provide and that you deserve.  They suggest that your best option is to break into smaller groups, and meet back up at a restaurant for dinner at the end of the day.
Bainbridge Island Wineries
Thu
Jul 23
5 - 8 pm
2015 Gig Harbor Wine & Food Festival - Waterfront Sip & Stroll.  The popular Gig Harbor Wine & Food Festival kicks off with their Sip and Stroll.   Check-in at the 7 Seas Brewery where you will receive a tasting glass and a map to stroll through Gig Harbor's beautiful downtown waterfront. For tickets click HERE. Harbor History Museum
4121 Harborview Drive
Gig Harbor, WA
Thu – Sat
Jul 23 - 25
Noon – 4:30 pm
2015 Gig Harbor Wine & Food Festival.  The popular Gig Harbor Wine & Food Festival is expanding into a three day event including more choices for the attendees that work best for their busy summer schedules.  It is an opportunity to spend the weekend enjoying the downtown waterfront of Gig Harbor while tasting wine, spirits, brews and food from around the region.

On Thursday enjoy the Waterfront Sip & Stroll, Friday offers Winemaker Dinners, and Saturday sports the Grand Tasting on the beautiful grounds of the Harbor History Museum, will open at 12:00pm and run until 4:30pm (some classes start earlier - check schedule).  Enjoy tastes from 30 wineries, 20 restaurants, and craft brews and spirits.  Experience educational offerings, cooking demonstrations, and a celebrity chef cook-off featuring Anthony's Executive Chef, Pat Donahue.  Event Fee is $75 advance or $90 day of event. For tickets click
HERE.
Harbor History Museum
4121 Harborview Drive
Gig Harbor, WA
Fri
Jul 24
6 – 9 pm
Tasting Flight Wine Event at the Zoo.  Uncork some of the Northwest’s finest boutique wines (including Alexandria Nicole Cellars) at Woodland Park Zoo’s Tasting Flight after hours, adults only event.  Winemakers will be on hand to answer questions and give tips to make the most of your tasting experiences.  Additional tastings, full bottles of your favorite selections, and small bites will also be available for purchase at the event.  Must be 21 and over to attend.  Proceeds from this fundraiser benefit the zoo.  For ticket information contact info@zoo.org. Woodland Park Zoo
750 N. 50th Street
Seattle WA
Fri - Sun
Jul 24 – 26
Fri 7 – 9 pm
Sat & Sun10:30 am – 5 pm
Pacific Northwest Mushroom Festival.  Enjoy mushroom hors d’oeuvres, cooking demos, a kids' zone, wine/beer tent, music, and a 5K run on Friday.

 
Regional Athletic Complex
Steilacoom & Marvin Rd
Lacey, WA
Sat
Jul 25
5 - 10 pm
San Juan Island Winemaker Dinner Cruise.  The July cruise will feature the owner/winemakers from Five Star Cellars, Walla Walla Vintners & Barrister Winery on Saturday, July 25th.  This is a fully catered dinner cruise with appetizers and dessert included.  The voyage will take us northbound to the mystical Mermaid Rocks and the Cone Islands, venturing on to Toehead Pass and Obstruction Pass off of Orcas Island, continuing onward to Thatcher Pass, Lopez Spit, Decatur Island and Lopez Pass, and the Marine Sanctuary off of Bird Rocks - then homeward bound. This is a fantastic scenic cruise abundant with eagles, seals, and spectacular scenery.  A chartered bus will pick you up at Hellams Vineyard in La Conner at 5 p.m. (Please check in to the shop no later than 4:15 p.m.)  We'll then head over to the Mystic Sea, a 100' boat based out of Anacortes at Cap Sante Marina, board and depart at 6 p.m. The boat will return to dock at 9 p.m., and you'll then be chartered back to La Conner.  All three winemakers will be pouring at the shop from 1 - 4 p.m.  Cost is $150 per person; $140 for club members (+ tax).  RSVP is required by calling the shop at 360.466.1758.  There is a 10-day, non-refundable cancellation policy in effect for this trip. $150 per person + tax. Hellam's Vineyard Wine Shop
109 N. 1st Street
La Conner, WA
Sat
Aug 1 & 2
10 am – 5 pm
Arts and Crafts Coupeville Festival Wine and Beer Garden.  The Coupeville Arts & Crafts Festival is one of the oldest continuously-run festivals in Washington State, the Coupeville Festival attracts a variety of artists from across the US and Canada.  Visit the wine and beer garden as you enjoy the creations and entertainment. Front Street
Coupeville, WA
Sat
Aug 8
2 – 5 pm
Kitsap Wine Festival.  The Kitsap Wine Festival is a celebration of food and wine on Bremerton’s scenic waterfront, benefiting Harrison Medical Center Foundation.  Guests love the Kitsap Wine Festival for many reasons and one thing tops the list... you can sample multiple wines and then purchase them to take home.



 

Harborside Fountain Park
251 First Street
Bremerton, WA
Sat
Aug 15
Time TBA
Annual Sunset Supper at Pike Place Market.  While celebrating Pike Place Market’s 107th anniversary experience their Annual Sunset Super.  This is their 19th year providing the bounty of Pacific Northwest’s incredible food, wine, brews and liquors. Pike Place Market
Seattle, WA
Sat & Sun
Aug 15 & 16
Noon – 5 pm
Bainbridge Island Winery Tour Weekends.  Bainbridge Island wineries open their doors for tours and tastings allowing you to meet the winemakers in person.  Taste classic favorites from grapes grown east of the mountains, as well as island-grown delights.  Enjoy the lush surroundings and a meal at one of their many great island restaurants.  Their seven cozy artisanal wineries are mostly new on the scene but are already garnering awards and attention.  Avoid the crowds and explore the peaceful beauty and charm of Bainbridge Island.

IMPORTANT NOTE FOR GROUPS OVER 6 PEOPLE: Bainbridge Island wineries are all very intimate (small) so if you are a group of more than 6 people, it will be difficult if not impossible to provide you with the high level of service that they like to provide and that you deserve.  They suggest that your best option is to break into smaller groups, and meet back up at a restaurant for dinner at the end of the day.
Bainbridge Island Wineries
Thu
Aug 20
6:30 – 9 pm
A Summer Evening at Sweet Basil's with Winemaker Ron Bunnell.  Spend an evening with Ron Bunnell. Ron's wine journey has included UC Davis, California's Charles Krug, Beringer and Kendall-Jackson.  The position of head red winemaker at Chateau Ste. Michelle brought him to Washington, and working exclusively on their Col Solare program. In 2005, Ron struck out on his own with Bunnell Family Cellars, deciding Syrah and Rhone varietals were to be his focus.  Pairing Ron's wines with the fantastic culinary creations and beautiful garden of Sweet Basil's is this year's installment of their long-time summer tradition.  For more information call 425 882-1621 or e-mail wino@iname.com. Sweet Basil's School of Cooking
5820 156th Street SW
Edmonds, WA
Sat
Aug 22
5 - 10 pm
San Juan Islands Winemaker Dinner Cruise.  The August cruise will feature the "Taste of Woodinville" with owner/winemakers from Pomum, Stevens & Woodinville Wine Cellars.  This is our Dungeness Crab Feed, with several side dishes, appetizers and dessert included.  The voyage will take us northbound to the mystical Mermaid Rocks and the Cone Islands, venturing on to Toehead Pass and Obstruction Pass off of Orcas Island, continuing onward to Thatcher Pass, Lopez Spit, Decatur Island and Lopez Pass, and the Marine Sanctuary off of Bird Rocks - then homeward bound.  This is a fantastic scenic cruise abundant with eagles, seals, and spectacular scenery.  A chartered bus will pick you up at Hellams Vineyard in La Conner at 5 p.m. (Please check in to the shop no later than 4:15 p.m.)  We'll then head over to the Mystic Sea, a 100' boat based out of Anacortes at Cap Sante Marina, board and depart at 6 p.m.  The boat will return to dock at 9 p.m., and you'll then be chartered back to La Conner.  All three winemakers will be pouring at the shop from 1 - 4 p.m. Cost is $155 per person + tax; $145 for club members + tax.  RSVP is required by calling the shop at 360.466.1758.  There is a 10-day cancellation policy in effect for this trip. Hellams Vineyard Wine Shop
109 N. 1st Street
La Conner, WA
Sat
Aug 22
Noon – 5 pm
Taste of Main, Old Bellevue.  Taste your way along Old Bellevue's historic Main Street in an annual one-day event to benefit the Detlef Schrempf Foundation and Boys & Girls Clubs of Bellevue.  Purchase a passport to sample gourmet food, snacks, and desserts from celebrated Bellevue restaurants and local wine, beer, and spirits.  Free giveaways, live entertainment, and a silent auction will complement the food frenzy.  Event fee is $15 - $45, free entry for kids with kid-friendly bites provided. Old Bellevue's Main Street
10213 Main Street
Bellevue, WA
Sat
Aug 22
6:30 – 10 pm
Sammamish Nights.  Presented by the Sammamish Chamber of Commerce, Sammamish Nights is an evening filled with music, wine and entertainment.  Enjoy wonderful Washington wine tastings, paired to delicious signature entrées from local restaurants.  And as per previous years, they will be partnering with the Arts Commission to offer you a preview of the 2015 Arts Fair.  Tickets are $45 per person. Sammamish City Hall Plaza
801 – 228th Ave SE
Sammamish, WA
 
Fri
Aug 28
6 - 9 pm
Kirkland Wine Walk.  This is the second of three downtown wine walks hosted by the Kirkland's Chamber of Commerce.  Taste many of the finest Washington State wines while exploring Downtown Kirkland's unique galleries and boutiques.  Your challenge will be to select a favorite wine to take home.  Light noshes provided at a few of the shops.

Event admission: $25 in advance, $30 at the door. Admission includes 10 wine tasting tickets.  Additional tickets can be purchased at the door for $1 each.  This is a 21+, bring your own glass, or purchase a reusable wine glass for $5.  For tickets click HERE.
Start at the Heathman Hotel
220 Kirkland Ave
Kirkland, WA‎
Sat - Mon
Sep 5 – 7
Noon – 5 pm
Bainbridge Island Winery Tour Weekends.  Bainbridge Island wineries open their doors for tours and tastings allowing you to meet the winemakers in person.  Taste classic favorites from grapes grown east of the mountains, as well as island-grown delights.  Enjoy the lush surroundings and a meal at one of their many great island restaurants.  Their seven cozy artisanal wineries are mostly new on the scene but are already garnering awards and attention.  Avoid the crowds and explore the peaceful beauty and charm of Bainbridge Island.

IMPORTANT NOTE FOR GROUPS OVER 6 PEOPLE: Bainbridge Island wineries are all very intimate (small) so if you are a group of more than 6 people, it will be difficult if not impossible to provide you with the high level of service that they like to provide and that you deserve.  They suggest that your best option is to break into smaller groups, and meet back up at a restaurant for dinner at the end of the day.
Bainbridge Island Wineries
Fri
Sep 11
5 – 9 pm
Auburn Art and Wine Walk.  An annual tradition, art and wine in downtown Auburn.  Spend an evening visiting downtown businesses who invite artists and wineries to share their creations. Downtown Auburn, WA
Sat
Sep 12
Times TBA
Seattle Wine Awards - Gold Medal Experience Wine Tasting.  Swirl, Sip & Savor the best of Washington, Oregon & Idaho wines (including Maryhill) at the Seattle Wine Awards Gold Medal Experience.  Meet winemakers and taste their award winning wines at Seattle's Waterfront Marriott Hotel.  The evening includes a gourmet buffet of charcuterie meats, cheeses, and spreads, savory pasta, luxurious chocolate and more. Seattle Waterfront Marriott Hotel
2100 Alaskan Way
Seattle, WA
Sat & Sun
Oct 3 & 4
Sat 10 am – 6 pm
Sun 10 am – 5 pm
OysterFest.  Oysters, wines, microbrews, live music and so much more come together for two days every year on the first weekend in October.  Hosted by the Shelton Skookum Rotary Club Foundation and attended by thousands, OysterFest is home to the West Coast Oyster Shucking Championships and is Washington State’s official seafood festival.  The festival also features a popular cook-off, hands-on water quality exhibits, and is itself a giant a food pavilion with nearly 100 unique items on the menu: BBQ oysters, fritters, spring rolls, garlic shrimp, fresh cider and so much more. Mason County Fairgrounds
751 W Fairgrounds Rd
Shelton, WA
Sun
Oct 4
Time TBA
23rd Great Food, Better Lives Gala Auction.  Join the FareStart Community for a grand evening at the 23rd Great Food, Better Lives Gala Auction.  The evening’s festivities will include a silent auction reception, wine auction, an elegant multi-course gourmet dinner, live auction, and entertainment—all taking place with the backdrop of Seattle’s sparkling skyline at The Skybridge at the Washington State Convention Center.  Tickets are $250 per person ($2,500 for a table of 10) and will be available beginning August 1st (early reservations are available).  Black tie optional. The Skybridge
Washington State Convention Center
800 Convention Pl
Seattle, WA
Fri – Sun
Oct 9 – 11
Times TBA
Dungeness Crab and Seafood Festival.  “Crabfest” one of the most acclaimed food festivals in the country, celebrates not only the aquaculture, agriculture and maritime traditions of the breath-taking Olympic Peninsula but brings food, art, music, Native American activities, and children’s events into one spectacular 3-day event for everyone. 

Located on the gorgeous Port Angeles waterfront next to Olympic National Park and a short ferry ride from sparkling Victoria, Canada, the event celebrates the world-famous Dungeness Crab, named after the nearby village of Dungeness and the bounty of the sea. Featuring 14 restaurants, cooking demonstrations with celebrity chefs, chowder cook-off, the Grab-A-Crab Derby, local wine tasting, crafts, music, and many more events.  Rain or shine this is the “party” of the season and, admission, as always, is free.
Waterfront
Port Angeles, WA
Sat
Nov 21
5 – 8 pm
Cool Jazz Clean Water.  This annual fund raising event offers music and wine (including Kestrel Vintners) all raising money to build international clean water projects. Washington Center for Performing Arts
512 Washington St SE
Olympia, WA
Fri - Sun
Oct 23 – 25
Fri & Sat 10 am – 6 pm
Sun 10 am – 5 pm
Best of the Northwest.  The Best of the Northwest brings over 100 artists in one place.  Art and fine crafts include jewelry, designer clothing, paintings, works of glass, metal, wood, clay and more.  Find unique gifts for holiday shopping as well as decorative items for your home or office.  While you're there, experience local cuisine from their food vendors, bring your kids to the free children's art table, and watch demonstrations by a number of the talented artists.  Entry fee is $6. Magnuson Park Hangar 30
7400 Sand Point Way NE
Seattle WA
Fri - Sun
Nov 13 – 15
Fri & Sat 10 am – 6 pm
Sun 10 am – 5 pm
Best of the Northwest.  The Best of the Northwest brings over 100 artists in one place.  Art and fine crafts include jewelry, designer clothing, paintings, works of glass, metal, wood, clay and more.  Find unique gifts for holiday shopping as well as decorative items for your home or office.  While you're there, experience local cuisine from their food vendors, bring your kids to the free children's art table, and watch demonstrations by a number of the talented artists.  Entry fee is $6. Magnuson Park Hangar 30
7400 Sand Point Way NE
Seattle WA
Fri & Sun
Nov 13 & 14
Fri 7 pm
Sat 11 am – 6 pm (Grand Taste 2:30 – 6 pm)
Taste of Tulalip’s 7th Anniversary.  This year the Taste of Tulalip kicks off its 7th Anniversary with a celebration dinner (Friday) in grand style.  On Saturday enjoy wine seminars by sommeliers, cooking demonstrations, a private Magnum Party, and the Grand Taste featuring wineries from Washington, California, Australia, Italy, and Chile.  Costs: Friday $225 and Saturday All Access Pass $350 or Grand Taste only $95. Tulalip Resort Casino
10200 Quil Ceda Boulevard
Tulalip, WA
Fri – Sun
Nov 27 – 29
Noon – 5 pm
Bainbridge Island Winery Tour Weekends.  Bainbridge Island wineries open their doors for tours and tastings allowing you to meet the winemakers in person.  Taste classic favorites from grapes grown east of the mountains, as well as island-grown delights.  Enjoy the lush surroundings and a meal at one of their many great island restaurants.  Their seven cozy artisanal wineries are mostly new on the scene but are already garnering awards and attention.  Avoid the crowds and explore the peaceful beauty and charm of Bainbridge Island.

IMPORTANT NOTE FOR GROUPS OVER 6 PEOPLE: Bainbridge Island wineries are all very intimate (small) so if you are a group of more than 6 people, it will be difficult if not impossible to provide you with the high level of service that they like to provide and that you deserve.  They suggest that your best option is to break into smaller groups, and meet back up at a restaurant for dinner at the end of the day.
Bainbridge Island Wineries
Sat
Nov 28
6 - 9 pm
Kirkland Wine Walk.  This is the second of three downtown wine walks hosted by the Kirkland's Chamber of Commerce.  Taste many of the finest Washington State wines while exploring Downtown Kirkland's unique galleries and boutiques.  Your challenge will be to select a favorite wine to take home.  Light noshes provided at a few of the shops.

Event admission: $25 in advance, $30 at the door. Admission includes 10 wine tasting tickets.  Additional tickets can be purchased at the door for $1 each.  This is a 21+, bring your own glass, or purchase a reusable wine glass for $5.  For tickets click HERE.
Start at the Heathman Hotel
220 Kirkland Ave
Kirkland, WA‎

Ongoing Events in Seattle and Puget Sound Areas

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Wednesday through Sunday (in season)
Call for Winter schedule
Bon Vivant Wine Tours - Bainbridge Island Day Tour Bon Vivant Wine Tours provides scheduled day excursions from Seattle that individuals, couples, or small groups of 3-6 may join on a per-seat basis.  Make your advance reservations for a delightful day trip to Bainbridge Island wineries.  All tours start from and return to Seattle. For more information email info@bonvivanttours.com or call 206-437-1298.  Bon Vivant Wine Tours
J2120 Montvale Place W.
Seattle, WA
Second Thursday
4 – 10 pm
Second Thursday Art & Wine Walk Kirkland Warehouse WineriesSpend an evening the second Thursday of each month and enjoy fabulous art and wine as you walk through the Kirkland Warehouse Wineries. Each winery (Northwest Cellars, Skylite Cellars, Waving Tree Winery) will have a different artist in their space along with live music and wine! Kirkland Warehouse Wineries
Kirkland, WA

Lake Chelan AVA Wine Country Events

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Date

Event

Location

Fri – Sun
Oct 2 – 4
Times TBA
Mahogany and Merlot.  This annual event combines water and wine, boats on the water and the best that Lake Chelan wines can offer. Included are Hydros, wooden boats and even cool concourse cars. There will be vendors and the wine/beer garden.  For more information call 509-687-0928 or 425-999-2920, or e-mail chelanvintageboats@yahoo.com. Chelan Waterfront Park & Lakeside Marina
Chelan, WA
Sat & Sun
Oct 3 & 4
Times vary by location
Lake Chelan Crush.  October in the Lake Chelan Wine Valley is gorgeous with brilliant sun, spectacular color and the smell of freshly fallen leaves.  Join Lake Chelan wineries in back-to-back weekends as they celebrate the annual Crush Festival.  The barrel room doors swing wide open and the work in the vineyards comes to the crush pad. Come taste, stomp and dance.  Watch the grapes tumble through the press and taste the raw juice that it produces.  Get the inside scoop from the cellar master or wine maker on how the wine will taste come bottling time.  Sit down at the table for a harvest party or a winemaker dinner and share in the experience of harvest season. Lake Chelan Wineries Map
Sat & Sun
Oct 10 & 11
Times vary by location
Lake Chelan Crush.  October in the Lake Chelan Wine Valley is gorgeous with brilliant sun, spectacular color and the smell of freshly fallen leaves.  Join Lake Chelan wineries in back-to-back weekends as they celebrate the annual Crush Festival.  The barrel room doors swing wide open and the work in the vineyards comes to the crush pad. Come taste, stomp and dance.  Watch the grapes tumble through the press and taste the raw juice that it produces.  Get the inside scoop from the cellar master or wine maker on how the wine will taste come bottling time.  Sit down at the table for a harvest party or a winemaker dinner and share in the experience of harvest season. Lake Chelan Wineries Map
Fri – Sun
Nov 27 – 29
Times vary by location.
Lake Chelan Fall Barrel Tastings.  A weekend that has it all: great views, long conversations at the tasting counter, the smell of oak barrels wet with wine and wood smoke in the morning air.  There’s a little bit of breathing room everywhere you go and everyone you meet has relaxed into post-harvest glee.  Taste warming reds right from the barrel and linger over a sample of what could be a double-gold winner at future wine competitions. Lake Chelan Wineries Map
Ongoing Events in Lake Chelan Wine Country

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Tuesdays - Ongoing

Tuesday Wine & Dine.  Join us Tuesday evenings from 7:00 - 9:00 PM for a gourmet meal paired with our fine wines.  Relax over a Prime Rib dinner, live music, and each of our four wines.   Childcare is provided to insure that your evening is care-free.  This all-inclusive event is $35 per person.  To make reservations please call 509-687-4000.

Wapato Point Cellars,
200 S. Quetilquasoon Road, Manson

Thursdays - Ongoing

Thursday Wine & Dessert.  For those who have a bit of a sweet tooth, we are dedicating our Thursday nights to Wine and Dessert.  Join us and treat yourself to three specialty desserts and a glass of     wine.  The cost is $15 per person.  Please RSVP by Wednesday so we know how many pieces of cheesecake to cut. To make reservations please call 509-687-4000.

Wapato Point Cellars,
200 S. Quetilquasoon Road
Manson

Thursdays & Fridays - Ongoing
4 pm - 6 pm
Vin du Lac's Happy Hour.  Join us for our exciting new Happy Hour! Enjoy a special menu with $4 appetizers and $5 glass pours. Stop by after work. Bring some friends. Meet new people. Enjoy good wine!  509-682-2882 Vin du Lac
105 Hwy 150
Chelan
Every Saturday evening from 5 - 7 pm Vin du Lac.  Live music every Saturday. Vin du Lac
105 Hwy 150
Chelan

North & Central Washington
Ancient Lakes, Wenatchee &
Leavenworth Regions

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Date

Event

Location

Sat
Jul 12
5:30 – 8:30 pm
Ohme Wine and Food Gala.  Wenatchee Wine Country invites wine enthusiasts to North Central Washington's Wine & Food Event.  It's the Garden Party of the summer in North Central Washington where you can enjoy wines from Wenatchee Wine Country vintners, paired with gourmet food made by top NCW chefs, using locally farmed food.  In addition to wonderful wine and food enjoy live music in a picturesque setting at Ohme Gardens.  Tickets are $60 per person if purchased before July 7th.  For additional information call 509-679-8297. Ohme Gardens
3327 Ohme Road
Wenatchee, WA
Fri - Sun
Jul 24 – 26
Fri 5:30 – 8:30 pm
Sat 8 – midnight
Sun noon – 6 pm
Jazz in the Valley.  The Jazz in the Valley will offer amazing jazz, savory food, a wine and beer garden, children’s activities all while basking in Central Washington's sun-drenched days and cool evenings.  Stroll through historic downtown Ellensburg and revel in the town's down-home hospitality Downtown Ellensburg, WA
Sat
Aug 17
Noon – 6 pm
12th Annual Leavenworth Wine Tasting Festival.  This yearly event draws people from all over the Pacific Northwest to taste wines from the area.  Tickets are $40 per person or $75 per couple and are available online or at the Festival.  For more information e-mail info@visitwashingtonfarms.com or call 509-433-1054. Smallwood's Harvest
10461 Stemm Rd
Peshastin, WA
Sun
Sep 6
1 – 4 pm
Wine in the Pines with Alexandria Nicole Cellars.  Join Alexandria Nicole Cellars at Swiftwater Cellars for their Wine in the Pines. Tickets are $70 per person with Wine Club discounts (for up to 4 people), tickets available at the boutique or by calling 509-674-6555. Swiftwater Cellars
301 Rope Rider Dr
Cle Elum, WA
Sat
Sep 19
Time TBA
Wenatchee Taste of the Harvest.  The Wenatchee Taste of the Harvest is a fun inclusive community celebration that celebrates the abundant local harvest and rich agricultural heritage of the region.  It’s authentic Americana, incredible food, award winning wines with plenty of activities and entertainment. Wenatchee Avenue
Wenatchee, WA
Sat
Sep 12
6 – 9 pm
Quincy Hot Air Balloon Festival.  The Quincy Valley Hot Air Balloon Festival started in 2008 and is considered the best small town hot air balloon event in the Pacific Northwest.  The pilots that have participated since their first festival have commented on what a beautiful area this is.  Sunrise Launches are at sunrise and free to the public (this is an amazing photo opportunity).  At dusk, the balloons will light up for a tethered Night Glow to illuminate the nighttime sky.   All launches are from Twin Firs Turf and are weather permitting.  The evening will end with a fireworks display.  In between the dawn and dusk flights visit one of the Quincy area wineries and wine bars or restaurants. Quincy, WA
Sat
Nov 7
Noon – 5 pm
Holiday Wine Walk.  Kick off your holiday season with wine tasting and shopping in many of the Wenatchee shops.  Tickets are $20 for 14 tastes plus a souvenir glass and tote.  Bottle sales are available for purchase too. For more information call 509-888-5697 or e-mail info@wenatcheewines.com.


 
Historic Downtown Wenatchee
Start Locations: Pak it Rite or Davis Furniture
Wenatchee, WA

Ongoing Events in North & Central Washington Wine Country

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Wednesday through Sunday (in season)
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Bon Vivant Wine Tours - Leavenworth/Wenatchee Valley  Day Tour.  Bon Vivant Wine Tours provides scheduled day excursions from Seattle that individuals, couples, or small groups of 3-6 may join on a per-seat basis.  Make your advance reservations for a delightful day trip to Leavenworth and Wenatchee Valley  wineries.  All tours start from and return to Seattle. For more information email info@bonvivanttours.com or call 206-437-1298.  Bon Vivant Wine Tours
J2120 Montvale Place W.
Seattle, WA
Daily
11 am 5 pm (tasting room)

Fri & Sat
5 pm (bar opens)
Kestrel Vintners Leavenworth Tasting Room.  Enjoy wine tastings and purchase gifts at the Kestrel Vintners Leavenworth Tasting Room.  For more information 509-548-7348 or leavenworth@kestrelwines.com.
 
Kestrel Vintners Leavenworth Tasting Room
Edelweiss Hotel Building
843 B Front Street
Leavenworth, WA
First Friday Wenatchee Wine Country Wineries First Fridays at Two Rivers Gallery. A non-profit art cooperative gallery hosts local art creations and wine.

 
Two Rivers Gallery
102 N. Columbia Street
Wenatchee, WA
Sundays
2 – 5 pm
Yappy Hour at Chateau Fair Le Pont Winery.  Chateau Fair Le Pont Winery invites guests and their favorite four-legged buddy for off-leash fun and wonderful wine.  Dogs play while owners relax and enjoy wine and yappetizer specials.  Cover charge of $5 per person supports the animals at the Wenatchee Valley Humane Society.  Chateau Fair Le Pont Winery
1 Vineyard Way
Wenatchee, WA

Tri Cities and other Columbia Valley
Wine-Region Events

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Oct 10 & 11
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Catch the CrushJoin the Tri City Valley wineries to celebrate the harvest at the Annual Catch the Crush event.  Each winery offers its own celebratory events, including grape stomps, harvest and crush activities, tours, free-run juice, hors d’oeuvres, live music, and wine tasting.

Purchase your PREMIER PASS and enjoy exclusive benefits available only during this event weekend.  PREMIER PASS holders will be able to experience a variety of specialty Catch the Crush pairings, library tastings, and tours not available to the public. 

Bring a jacket, a good pair of shoes, your ID and a wine glass with your Premier Pass booklet.  It’s your ticket to all the exclusive benefits. For more information call 509-965-5201 or e-mail
wineyakimavalley2@msn.com .
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Ongoing Events in Tri Cities & other Columbia Valley areas

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Tuesdays
6 – 8 pm
Trivia Tuesdays in the Barnard Griffin Wine Bar and Eatery.  Spend an evening testing your trivia with wine and good eats. For more information call 509-627-0266. Barnard Griffin
878 Tulip Lane
Richland , WA
Wednesdays
5  - 7 pm
5 for $5 at 5 pm. Join Barnard Griffin from 5 pm to 7 pm every Wednesday in their Richland tasting room for a different selection of 5 wines each week for your review and enjoyment. Light snacks will be paired with the wines selected. Tasting fee: $5.00. (Free for Barnard Griffin Wine Club members.) You will also receive a 5% discount on any wine purchases during this time each week. Wine Club Members will receive an additional 5% discount on their purchases. Barnard Griffin
878 Tulip Lane
Richland
509-627-0266

On-Going
Wednesdays - Saturdays
6 - 9 pm 

Live Music. Various local & regional acts (guitar/keyboard/stand up bass) playing a mix of jazz standards, funk & soul. Call 509-627-5000 or 877-667-8300 toll free for more information. 

Bookwalter Winery,
710 S Windmill Rd
Richland

Wine Events Outside Washington's Wine Regions...
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Fridays & Saturdays Wine Tasting Every Friday and Saturday Noon - 6pm - At the Coast.  Call 360-289-2909 for details. Cellar Wine Shoppe & Tasting Bar 
668 Ocean Shores Blvd NW, Ste A
Ocean Shores, WA 

 

 

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