Archive for the 'Olympic Peninsula Wine Lover News' Category

Olympic Peninsula Lodging

Saturday, June 8th, 2013

Are you planning to take a trip to the beautiful Olympic Peninsula this summer? We recommend that you stay at least two days – not only is there plenty to see, but we are somewhat rural and it will take you time to reach us and get around. Here are some of our favorite places […]

Day Trip from Seattle: Wine Tour on the Olympic Peninsula

Sunday, March 31st, 2013

Are you visiting Seattle soon? Do yourself a favor and spend a day on the stunningly beautiful Olympic Peninsula, a scenic ferry ride and one hour drive from downtown Seattle. A great way to see the peninsula and view the scenery is by taking a wine tour. We have eight member wineries on the peninsula. […]

Visit Olympic Peninsula Wineries during Labor Day Weekend 2012

Wednesday, August 15th, 2012

The Olympic Peninsula is a great place to vacation any time of the year, but Labor Day is the traditional last hurrah for summer vacationers. There’s a big surge of travelers to our area, seeking that last taste of summer. What better way to taste it than to spend your Olympic Peninsula Labor Day weekend […]

Olympic Peninsula Home To “Coolest Small Town”

Wednesday, January 18th, 2012

Each year, Budget Travel asks its readers to nominate an American small town for the title Coolest Small Town. The choices are then whittled down to the top 10, and those are put to a vote. To our delight, Port Townsend, Washington, has made the 2012 short list for America’s Coolest Small Towns. There are […]

Happy New Year from the Olympic Peninsula

Friday, December 30th, 2011

We’d like to extend heartfelt thanks to everyone who visited our Washington State Wineries and Cideries in 2011. Thanks for journeying to the beautiful Olympic Peninsula. Thanks for taking the time to visit us, taste our wine and cider, and chat with us about what we do and why we do it. We all love […]

The New Dungeness Lighthouse

Friday, August 19th, 2011

Perched on the end of the Dungeness Spit in Sequim, the New Dungeness Lighthouse is far from new. Yet today it is as remote and beautiful as it was more than 150 years ago. It’s worth a look the next time you’re visiting the Olympic Peninsula. Since the weather is supposed to be great during […]

Fine Dining and Fine Wine on the Olympic Peninsula

Thursday, July 21st, 2011

Travelers to the Olympic Peninsula have long gone there to find stunning scenery, rain forests, and unparalleled outdoor activities. Back in the day few travelers expected to find great food or wine. That has changed. These days, people exploring the Olympic Peninsula come across restaurants that have been written up in the New York Times […]

The Gift of Port Townsend Washington Wines

Wednesday, December 22nd, 2010

Port Townsend, Washington, Wines make delightful gifts. In addition, a trip to Port Townsend wineries makes a delightful getaway. Enjoy a few days in this historic port town over the holidays, and bring back Washington wine for friends and family. FairWinds Winery Port O’Call recently received a bronze medal at the Tri-City Wine Festival; in […]

Gray Skies? Drink Washington Wine.

Tuesday, August 10th, 2010

If you live in the Pacific Northwest, or indeed anywhere on the west coast, you may be feeling a bit down. We live through months of gray skies secure in the knowledge that come summer, our skies will be blue. “Sure it can be rainy”, we tell friends who live elsewhere, “but when the sun […]

Wine and Birds Go Well Together

Monday, March 22nd, 2010

If you are heading to Sequim April 9 -11, 2010, for the Olympic Peninsula Bird Festival, be sure to leave room in your schedule for tasting Washington State wines. The Olympic Peninsula Bird Festival is chock full of interesting events. Participants may chose from several morning and afternoon field trips, photography workshops, or Northwest Raptor […]

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