2017 Wine, Cider & Cheese Tickets on Sale NOW!
From new release wines and ciders to locally made artisan cheeses, the Olympic Peninsula Wineries' Wine, Cider, & Cheese Tour will treat your taste buds to a realm of seasonal delights! 9 wineries & cideries located from Chimacum to Port Townsend to Port Angeles will partner with local cheese-makers to create unique pairings that signify the flavors of the region, complemented by tasty tidbits prepared by local culinary talent. This savory event will take place on Saturday April 29th & Sunday April 30th from 11am to 5pm. Wine & cider specials will be available throughout the weekend.
“Our regional cheese-makers are producing some fantastic goat, sheep and cow milk cheeses that pair exceptionally well with our new wine releases,” says Vicki Corson, president of the Olympic Peninsula Wineries Association. “We invite wine lovers from around the Sound to come and discover some new favorites.” Online tickets are available on Eventbrite until 6pm April 28th for $35 plus service fees. Remaining tickets may be purchased at participating wineries during the event for $40. The ticket and glass package entitles you to a special commemorative wine glass, complimentary wine tasting at all 9 OPW Wineries and delectable samples of cheese at each winery during the Wine, Cider & Cheese Weekend. This event does not take place at one location. You travel from winery to winery, visiting the ones you are interested in exploring. A $10 wine tasting fee will be charged at each winery for non-ticketed visitors. You must be 21 or over to purchase tickets and/or participate in wine tasting. All ticket sales are non-refundable.
The Olympic Peninsula Wineries encourage responsible wine and cider touring and recommend that you have a designated driver in your group.
Due to the limited facilities at our small wineries, groups of more than 15 cannot be accommodated during event weekends.
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a special group tour for another time.
The Olympic Peninsula Wineries encourage responsible wine touring and recommend that you have a designated driver in your group.