Washington Wineries & Vineyards
Washington is the second largest procuder in the
United States, second only to California. The state axports it wine
to more than 40 countries around the world produced from about 600
wineries and vineyards in nearly every corner of the state. Washington
is home to many famous and highly acclaimed wineries such as , Chateau
Ste Michelle and Columbia Crest Winery (2009 With Spectator's Wine
of the Year) With all this wine-making, Washington offers wine lovers
and enthusiasts extroardinary wines to taste and incredible vineyards
to tour and visit. Whether you're visiting cities like Seattle,
Bellevue, and Vancouver you mnay wineries close by. The only hard
part will be choosing where to begin exploring Washington wine country!
Each Washington winery offers something a little
different from the next, and vineyards can be found in every region
of this great state. Click on the map at the top of the page to
find wineries within a specific region of Washington and take a
closer look at what's available in your area. Washington's urban centers of Spokane and Tacoma have chic downtown wine bars.
WA wine bars like Purple Cafe and Wine Bar, Ambrosia Bistro and
Wine Bar, and Swing Wine Bar & Cafe, are great places to taste
local wines and cuisines without ever leaving the city. If you decide to head to a Washington's wineries or vineyards, you'll
be impressed by the beautiful natural landscape you'll see along
the way. Let our website help you find wineries and tours
and trails. Learn all you need to know about what Washington wine
country has to offer.
With such a wine-rich history, wine-lovers who
come to Washington can find something pleasing to the palate. With
amazing wineries like Arbor Crest Wine Cellars , Glacier Peak Winery,
El Mirador Winery, and Spyder Lake Winery, wine tasting in WA is
unique and exciting. These and other Washington vineyards produce both reds and whites. The cities of Spokane, Kettle Falls, and
Tacoma are just a short distance from Washington wineries and vineyards.
Depending upon what time of year you plan to be in Washington, you
can attend an Washington fine wine or food festival like Tri-Cities
Wine Festival in November, Taste of Tacoma in June or Bite of Seattle
in July and sample some great food prepared by local chefs and accompanied
by local and national wines. Events like these give visiting and
resident wine lovers opportunities to really experience the unique
charms of Washington wine-making. Whatever your wine tastes, Washington's
wine country is sure to please everyone!
With so many Washington wineries to catalog, we
are working hard to keep our winery lists current and we appreciate
your patience. And of, course, if you know of a Washington winery,
wine bar, wine shop, or wine festival we've overlooked, we hope
you'll contact us with that information.
For additional Washington Winery & Vineyard information
including wine bars, wine tours, and wine festivals, you can contact
the Washington Department of Tourism at 128-10th Avenue SW, PO Box 42525, Olympia, WA 98504-2525 Telephone: 800-525-3323 or 360-725-4000.