Archive for the 'Washington Vineyards' Category

Marrowstone Vineyards

Monday, March 3rd, 2014

Marrowstone Vineyards joined Olympic Peninsula Wineries this January and we’re so very happy to have them with us! Marrowstone Vineyards is located on Marrowstone Island, naturally enough, atop a hill overlooking Puget Sound. Sampling the vineyard’s wines while taking in the view from the winery’s deck is quite the experience: Whidbey Island setting there in […]

The Spruce Railroad Trail

Monday, February 28th, 2011

Feeling like a weekend of fresh air and exercise? Head to the Olympic Peninsula and hike the Spruce Railroad Trail, then enjoy a glass of Olympic Peninsula, Washington State Wine. During World War I, a railroad was built to transport Sitka Spruce from the forests of the Olympic Peninsula to Seattle. Today, a section of […]

Welcome 2011 with Washington Wine

Thursday, December 30th, 2010

Celebrate the arrival of 2011 with a glass of your favorite Washington Wine from the Olympic Peninsula. Gather with friends and raise a glass of red or white, of cider or mead to toast the New Year. Happy New Year! Black Diamond Winery Camaraderie Cellars Eaglemount Wine & Cider FairWinds Winery FinnRiver Farm & Cidery […]

The Gift of Port Angeles Washington Wines

Wednesday, December 15th, 2010

Give the gift of Port Angeles Washington wines this holiday. Offer them as gifts to friends and family, bring them to dinners, and serve them at your table. Try Black Diamond Winery‘s Shiro Plum, featuring plums from their own private orchard. Talk about local. This dry fruit wine is produced from start to finish in […]

Even Elk Love Washington State Wine

Monday, July 26th, 2010

Last August, a herd of elk wandered through our Washington State Winery on the Olympic Peninsula. We assumed it was because they liked the scent of our wine. We can’t promise the elk will drop by for some of our Washington State wine this August, but you never know. We can promise you an enjoyable […]

Great Wine Takes Dedication

Wednesday, April 28th, 2010

And our winemaker Benoit Murat has it. Benoit is a native of Toulouse, in the southwest of France. The area between the Bordeaux region and the Pyrénées mountains is home to a great variety of wines, and some of the oldest. We are so pleased to have Benoit here with us, bringing his knowledge and […]

Black Diamond Winery

Tuesday, March 30th, 2010

The Black Diamond Winery of Port Angeles is a delightfully homespun Washington State Winery. Most of the fruits and grapes in their wines are grown on their estate, carefully tended by the winemakers themselves. You can taste the freshness of their ingredients in their refreshing fruit and grape wines.

Washington Vineyards

Friday, January 9th, 2009

In recent years, Washington’s wine industry has become the fastest growing agricultural sector in the state. The number of Washington wineries has increased 400% in the last decade. But where are all these wine grapes coming from? Located at approximately the same latitude as some of the historically great wine regions of France, including Bordeaux […]

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