Archive for the 'Olympic Peninsula Wine News' Category

Celebrate Lavender Wine Tour

Tuesday, July 8th, 2008

Summer covers the North Olympic Peninsula in numerous shades of purple as the designated Lavender Capital of North America comes abloom. Celebrating this seasonal heritage, the Olympic Peninsula Wineries invite the public to enjoy a special Lavender Wine Tour, from Saturday, July 12 to Sunday July 20. the seven artisan wineries will pour their new […]

We’ve got stories

Thursday, April 3rd, 2008

One of the advantages of visiting small wineries is that you almost always meet someone who has an operating interest in the winery. The woman pouring your wine probably just got done sweeping the floor, dusting the tasting room or stocking the shelves. After you leave, she might arrange for bottles and labels for the […]

A Great Time to Visit

Thursday, April 3rd, 2008

The Olympic Peninsula is a show-off in spring. April and May produce a variety of flora not available in other parts of Washington. Just as nature starts its’ growing season, so do the wineries. While not all the Peninsula Wineries are fortunate enough to have acres of vineyards, almost all of them are involved in […]

In the Tasting Room

Thursday, April 3rd, 2008

Here are a few hints to help you get the most out of your tasting room experience: 1. As soon as you enter, head for the tasting bar where you will be greeted and receive information about the winery and the wines available for tasting. 2. Most wineries will be very aware of the amount […]

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