Wine Reviews - Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Bristish Columbia

Pacific Northwest
White Wine Varietals

Click on a white varietal below to learn more about it and
where it is grown in the Pacific Northwest.

Learn about red wine varietals

Pacific Northwest Wine Shops, Tasting Rooms and Wine Bars
 

Sparkling Wine
The Grapes: Sparkling wines from Pacific Northwest wine regions are sometimes incorrectly called "Champagne."  While all Champagne is sparkling wine, not all sparkling wines are Champagne, since the former must come from the French wine region of the same name. Traditionally, French Champagne can only be made from Pinot noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier grapes, which must be double-fermented by a process also taken from the region -- Méthode Champenoise."  While Pinot noir, and Chardonnay are familiar varietals, Pinot Meunier (a red varietal used in Champagne) is not well known in the United States.  The practice of making sparkling wine has spread throughout the world, but true Champagne takes its name from the region in France where it was first produced.  All champagne is sparkling wine, but not all sparkling wine is champagne. The Wines:  Wineries throughout all Pacific Northwest wine regions produce sparkling wines.  Some follow the traditional  methode champenoise, using Pinot noir, Chardonnay and Pinot Meunier to produce several sparkling wine styles: blanc de noir (white from red), blanc de blanc (white from white), brut (drier and less sweet than "extra dry").  Sparkling wines are also made by wineries throughout the Pacific Northwest using single varietals or blends. Non-vintage (NV on the bottle) denotes that the grapes used for the wine were harvested in different years. Vintage champagnes--which are more rare and generally more expensive--are created with grapes from a single harvest and aged at least three years, or almost twice as long as non-vintage.  While sparkling wines most often conjure up thoughts of celebrations, they are also delightful with many meals.

Ice Wine & Other Dessert Wine

The Grapes: Ice wines from Pacific Northwest wine regions are produced from several varietals, with white vinifera being the most commonly used.   The  historical roots of ice wine lie in Germany, where traditional ice wines are made from grapes left on vines to fully mature and ultimately freeze hard sometime in the mid-winter months.  Since water remains frozen longer than the intense-flavored sweet juices within mature grapes, immediate, although gentle, pressing will release a few drops of super-sweet liquid from each grape before the water crystals have time to thaw. A large quantity of grapes is necessary to produce a single bottle, which accounts for higher prices than other still wines.  The harvest of these grapes is generally done in very early morning hours when temperatures reach and maintain freezing levels long enough to freeze the grapes The Wines:  Wineries throughout all Pacific Northwest wine regions produce ice wines, although most that do are located in the northernmost regions of Washington's Columbia Valley and BC's Okanagan Valley. Most ice wines are fermented in stainless steel tanks.  Some winemakers prefer to use some amount of oak, or experiment with both styles.  Ice wines are very sweet, smooth and intensely flavored, a result of the long hang time of the grapes and the freezing process which both dehydrate grapes -- removing significant amounts of water, while leaving the juice which becomes more and more concentrated and flavorful.  The wines are generally bottled in 375-milliliter containers, with some in smaller 200-milliliter bottles for increased affordability.
Featured Wine
 

Kestrel Vintners
2009 Signature Semillon Ice Wine
Yakima Valley
$40.00 375 ml bottle
[Buy Now]

Vibrant and bursting with clean ripe citrus and stone fruit flavors.  Full bodied, well balanced and deliciously decadent.

Pinot Auxerrois
(PEE no ox ser WHA)
The Grapes:  Native to Alsace and Luxembourg, this white-wine grape variety is well-suited to cool climate wine regions such as the Okanagan Valley.  The Wine:  As a wine, Auxerrois features well-defined aromas and flavors of green apples and citrus. It is an easy-drinking white wine which should be enjoyed in its youth for its supple fruit, mild acidity and refreshing lemony finish.
(shar duh NAY)
The Grapes: Chardonnay grapes are currently the most popular in the world. They are grown in a wide variety of climates from very cool to very warm. Even the shorter growing seasons of Idaho and British Columbia wine country successfully support the growing of Chardonnay grapes. Though challenging, Chardonnay grapes are widely grown throughout the Pacific Northwest. They are considered to be a winemaker's grape, since much of the wine's quality depends on the hand and the style of the winemaker. The Wine: Styles of Chardonnay winemaking have differed over the years throughout the Northwest. Today the predominant style in Oregon and Washington is the traditional Burgundian methods -- warm fermentation temperatures, barrel fermentation and lees contact. Washington Chardonnays are considered the best in the Northwest, powerful, as well as complex, with buttery rich and crisply acidic flavors, and ripe apple aromas. BC winemakers have recently won medals in International competitions for some of their Chardonnays.  Complements seafood, poultry and pork.
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The Grapes: These grapes grow best in eastern Washington, but are also grown in Idaho, and to a lesser degree in the cooler climates of Oregon and Southwest Washington. With Idaho vineyards at higher elevations, Chenin Blanc's lack of winter hardiness challenges Idaho viticulturists even more than those in Oregon and Washington. The grape's high yield has long given it a reputation as a cash crop. More recently, more effort is being placed on the focus and intensity that smaller yields can bring. The Wine: Chenin Blanc is often considered a simple, fruity wine. Until recently, it was usually made in a sweet style, resulting in an aroma of apples and pears. Some Northwest wineries have recently begun to put more effort into making a higher quality, more complex dry style with floral aromas. Late Harvest styles also provide a dessert wine choice. Often paired with cheese and fruit, a dry Chenin Blanc can be a good choice to accompany many salads. Both dry and sweet styles can be good sipping wines.
Ehrenfelser 
(AIR en felzer)
The Grapes:  Not well known outside British Columbia, because nearly all the world's Ehrenfelser is grown in the Okanagan Valley.  A German white grape created in the late 1920s, it was named for a Rhine River castle and is a cross of Riesling and Sylvaner.  Low yields, but one of the Okanagan Valley's most consistent grapes, doing well in dry and cooler conditions, in both hotter and cooler Valley summers.  The Wine:  Approximately one third of the wineries in BC's Okanagan Valley produce wine from this grape.  Its flowery aromas and slightly sweet fruit flavors make it a popular white wine.
Pacific Northwest Fruit Wines

The same wine regions that promote the healthy growth premium wine grapes also provide ideal growing conditions for a additional varieties of vine fruits and a number of tree fruits.  You will discover a number of wineries throughout Northwest wine regions that specialize in fruit wine production exclusively.  Others produce both wines from grapes and wines from fruit.  Raspberries, cranberries, rhubarb, and pears are some of the more commonly used fruits for wines.

(guh VERTS tra mee ner)
The Grapes: Some of the best Gewürztraminer grapes are grown along the Columbia Gorge and the Oregon - Washington border. It is considered a fickle grape, with specific growing site and climate requirements to deliver its spicy, fruitiness. Gewürztraminer was one of Washington state's earlier successes in vinifera grape growing. It continues to be so in Oregon, Washington, Idaho and BC. The Wine: Gewürst means spicy or aromatic in German. Grown and made well, Gewürztraminer lives up to its name, offering spicy fruit flavors and aromas.  It is made is a wide variety of styles including dry, semi-sweet, and very sweet late harvest wines. Pairs well with fruit and cheese or a light lunch, as aperitif wine or with foods such as roast turkey, Asian food or mild curries.
Featured Wines
 
Madeleine Angevine
(mah deh LANE   ann jeh VEEN)

The Grapes:  This grape comes from northern France; it finds its ideal environment in the Puget Sound region.  In this wine, you will find flavors of grapefruit, tropical fruits with a hint of herbal qualities. 

Müller Thurgau
(MOO ler TER gow)
The Grapes:  White hybrid grape variety developed in Germany. A cross between the Riesling and the Chasselas or Sylvaner grape; sometimes also designated "Riesling Sylvaner" on a wine label.  The grape is hardy and productive. but its wine tends to be rather mild and soft, sometimes lacking acidity.  It finds a perfect home in Oregon, Western Washington and British Columbia's cool climates. The Wine:  Classic pineapple and melon aromas.  Usually mild and soft; sometimes lacking in acidity.  A serious alternative to semi-sweet white and blush wines.
(PEE noh GREE)
The Grapes:  One of the great white wines in the Pacific Northwest is Pinot Gris. It's also Oregon's favorite, outpacing Chardonnay in acres planted and cases produced.  Washington recently tripled its plantings of the varietal.  It is also a major varietal in British Columbia, sometimes used for ice wines.  Known elsewhere by other names: Pinot Grigio in Italy; Rulander or Grauer Grigio burgunder in Germany;  Tokay d'Alsace in Alsace; and Szurkebarat in Hungary.  Gris (or grigio) means gray, though the grapes are actually a dusky maroon color when ripe.  Pinot Gris, like Pinot Blanc, is a genetic offshoot of Pinot Noir.  All three pinots have their roots in northern Europe and thrive in Pacific Northwest cool climates. The Wine:  At its best, Pinot Gris imparts a luscious and unusual fruity flavor that is at the same time crisp and citrusy.  Oregon's versions are usually dry. The character of the wine is muscular, with or without oak fermentation.  Fermented and stored in stainless steel tanks, Pinot Gris can reach the marketplace only a few months after harvest.  Oregon Pinot gris is dry, light-bodied and lightly fruity, with an occasional toasty quality and sometimes even a hint of fizz to it.  Pinot Gris is a wonderful summer wine because it is so versatile and pairs well with Northwest cuisine.  It goes equally well with shellfish, salmon, halibut, chicken, pasta and more.  Serve slightly chilled at about 50ºF.
Featured Wines
 

Kestrel Vintners
2012 Pinot Gris
Blend: 100% Kestrel View Estate Vineyard Pinot Gris
$13.00 bottle
[Buy Now]

The fruit was hand picked and sorted prior to being whole-cluster pressed.  The juice was chilled for several days then racked off its lees and fermented at 54 degrees Fahrenheit in a stainless steel tank.  By tank fermenting, at cool temperatures, the natural fruit flavors of the Pinot Gris grape are preserved.  The tiny rusty-red colored berries yielded a crisp clear liquid that was transformed into a dry, aromatic gem. Hopefully, you will find the resulting wine clean, crisp and refreshing.

The Wine:  The color of the wine is almost clear; there is just a hint of greenish-yellow to it.  The aromas are clean and crisp with overtones of citrus, Asian pear, honeysuckle, dried hay, perfume, Meyer lemon, and the characteristic minerality of Kestrel Vineyards.  The flavors echo the aromas.  The wine is light bodied, crisp and clean, with bright fruit and crisp acidity. 

 
(REEZ ling)

The Grapes: Also known as White Riesling and Johannisberg Riesling, it is among the most widely planted grapes of the Pacific Northwest.  Known for its versatility and good yields, it can be grown on a wide variety of growing sites, from the coolest areas of Oregon's Willamette Valley and Washington's Yakima Valley, to Idaho's Snake River Valley and the cooler Fraser Valley and Vancouver Island regions of BC. Riesling is generally a late season grape, but its varietal character develops early in the ripening cycle. Late-harvest Northwest Rieslings are higher in acidity than those of California.

The Wine: Washington and Idaho Rieslings are usually ripe and fruity, with an aroma of apricots and peaches. Oregon produces a more delicate and floral style. Riesling is produced in a wide variety of styles -- dry, semi-sweet, very sweet late-harvest wines, champagne, and occasionally ice wines (grapes are left to freeze on vine to heighten sweetness). The high acidity of all late-harvest Northwest Rieslings cuts the sweetness of dessert-style wines. The variety of Riesling styles allows paring with a broad spectrum of foods.

(SAW vee own BLAHNK)

The Grapes: Grown throughout the Northwest, Sauvignon Blanc is the white-grape relative of Cabernet Sauvignon. It grows better in a warmer climate than does the more complexly flavored Semillon grape. The grapes have a better chance in Washington than in Oregon, except in warmer vintages. Excessive grassy flavors are a challenge often met by the practice of trimming the leaf canopy.

The Wine: Sauvignon Blanc is often described as fruity, with a bit of an herbaceous, grassy varietal character.  Winemakers will occasionally soften the wine by leaving some of its residual sugar, or by blending it with a fruitier wine such as Chenin Blanc or Semillon. Styles range from slightly tart and grassy to tangy pineapple.  Usually best when consumed young. When aged in oak, this wine is often called Fumé Blanc. Pairs well with Northwest foods, especially shellfish.

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The Grapes: Semillon is the predominant grape in white Bordeaux. It is grown throughout the Northwest, especially in Washington and Southern Oregon, but it can become dull and flat if the summer months are too warm. In Washington some believe Semillon has the potential to become the best white wine in the state. Semillon was one of the early successes in Northwest vinifera grape growing.

The Wine: The best Semillons are subtly complex. That complexity typically develops well in the cellar. The wine is usually made in a fresh style with no wood aging. It is often blended with Sauvignon Blanc. Alone it can develop fresh, fruity flavors, ranging from crisp citrus to melon flavors. Good match for sipping with hors d'Oeuvres or light meals.

Siegerrebe
(Zieg-ar-RAY-beh)
The Grapes:  A newer European wine grape originated in Germany by crossing Madeleine Angevine with Gewürztraminer.  Wineries and vineyards in the Puget Sound Appellation and in British Columbia grow Siegerrebe as a proven cool-climate varietal, due to its early ripening characteristics.  The Wine:  With spice and floral aromas and flavors of grapefruit, lychee nuts, pears or apricots it pairs well with Asian cuisine and curries.
Sylvaner
(sill VAN ur) 
The Grapes:  A once important German grape grown widely in central Europe.  May first have been identified growing in the wild, coming to Germany from the banks of the Danube. The varietal was grown throughout the extensive vineyards of medieval Germany. Known as Sylvaner in France, Italy and Australia. In the Northwest, it is grown in some British Columbia vineyards.  Early ripening and productive, Sylvaner is a parent to many German vine crossings, such as Bacchus, Ehrenfelser, Optima, and others. The Wine:  Primary wine characteristic is its high natural acid.  Light bodied, but in if naturally high yields are held down, the variety is capable of tingling concentration, and even some exciting late-harvest sweet wines.  Not noted for its longevity, Sylvaner can be enjoyed as a racy, youthful wine.
Vidal Blanc
(vee DOLL  blahnk)
The Grapes:  Popular late-season (around mid-late September) maturing French-American hybrid white-wine-creating variety producing large clusters with fruity, floral flavors and good balance. Requires sites with long growing season and is moderately cold-resistant to -5 deg. F. (ca -20 C.).  Descended from the Ugni Blanc of France, (aka Trebbiano of Italy) and Rayon d'Or, it usually needs cluster thinning to achieve superior results. Grown in the Okanagan Valley of British Columbia. The Wine:  Made in a variety of styles - (i.e: Dry to sweet including late-harvest dessert style and ice wines). Cool region grapes vinified in a Rhine/Mosel manner are said to have a Riesling-like character.
Viognier
(vee own YAY)
The Grapes: A semi-classic varietal predominantly grown in the northern Rhone region of France. Recent research indicates a clonal relationship to the Chasselas grape variety.  A few Washington wineries have tried their hand at planting this grape with some success.

The Wine:  Viognier grapes typically produce medium bodied wines with relatively high acids and fruit. With spice, floral, citrus, apricot, apple and peach flavors, Viognier can produce fairly complex wines.

Featured Wines
 

White Blends

    While European wines are most often blends of two or more varietals, wines produced in the Pacific Northwest (and throughout the U.S. and Canada) are predominantly single varietals.  Some believe a blended wine represents the highest form of the winemaker's art, giving her or him the freedom to use a number of varietals to create the structure and flavor they are seeking.  In fact, many so-called single varietals actually small portion of one or more other varietals, as long as those portions do not exceed limits set by corresponding state or provincial regulations governing respective wine industries.  "Meritage" wines are becoming a more prevalent naming standard for wines blended with Bordeaux varietals grown throughout the Northwest.  In the case of white wines, a "Bordeaux blend" or "Meritage" wine must contain two or more white Bordeaux varietals... Sauvignon Blanc, Semillon,   Other blended wines may carry proprietary names or a simple "Table Wine" designation.

Featured Wines

Kestrel Vintners
Lady in White
$13.00 bottle
[Buy Now]

This newest release of Lady in White (formerly Pure Platinum) is a blend of Viognier and Gewürztraminer. The grapes were harvested simultaneously and blended as fruit in the press. The juice underwent a cool slow fermentation using Côte de Blanc yeast. The combination of these factors helped to preserve the fine fruit and floral qualities of the varieties. The fermentation was stopped at about 0.8% residual sugar. The resulting wine is a marriage of spice and floral elements.

The Wine:  The color is a pale straw.  This wine possesses the brilliant spice of the Gewürztraminer grape and the floral perfume of the Viognier.  In the nose you will find hints of poached pear, honeysuckle, jasmine, lavender and violets.  Flavors of sweet citrus, lemon, lime, tangerine, guava and hints of caramelized meringue will excite your taste buds.  The acidity of this bright wine balances perfectly with the sweetness, allowing for a lingering finish of sweet clover honey.

Tasting Notes of Northwest white blends

Learn about red Northwest wine varietals

Main Tasting Notes Page of Pacific Northwest wines

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Wine Shops, Wine Bars & Tasting Rooms

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Washington Wine Shops, Wine Bars and Wine Storage


Featured Businesses

WINE SHOPS

Auburn Wine & Caviar Company
(Tues - Sat: 1 - 8 pm; Closed Sun & Mon;
Extended hours Fri & Sat for wine & music - 6 - close)

2402 A Street SE
Auburn, WA  98002
253-887-8530

WINE BARS

Auburn Wine & Caviar Company
(Tues - Sat: 1 - 8 pm; Closed Sun & Mon;
Extended hours Fri & Sat for wine & music - 6 - close)

Soup, sandwiches and salads, too
2402 A Street SE
Auburn, WA  98002
253-887-8530

Kestrel Vintners
Tasting Room & Wine Bar
(Daily: 11 am - 5 pm;
Wine Bar open at 6 pm Fri & Sat)

843 B Front Street
Leavenworth, WA  98826
509-548-7348
leavenworth@kestrelwines.com

 

Alphabetical list of suggested
Washington Wine Shops & Wine Bars

 

106 Pine: The Wine Bar
at Chocolate Box
(Wed - Fri, 2pm - 9 pm;
Sat, 12 - 9 pm; Sun, 2  - 8 pm)
106 Pine Street
Seattle, WA
206-443-1106

2nd Street Wine Shop & Tasting
221 2nd Street
Langley, WA  98260
360-221-3121

3 Eyed Fish Wine Bar
1970 Keene Road
Richland, WA  99352
509-628-3255

All Things Wine
4605 NE 4th Street, Suite 4
Renton, WA  98059
425-254-8400

Arista Wine Cellars
320 Fifth Avenue South
Edmonds, WA  98020
425-771-7009

Auburn Wine & Caviar Company
(Tues - Sat: 1 - 8 pm; Closed Sun & Mon;
Extended hours Fri & Sat for wine & music - 6 - close)

2402 A Street SE
Auburn, WA  98002
253-887-8530

AVA Wine Rooms
(
Wed & Thurs, noon to 9 pm;
Fri - Sat, noon to 10 pm; Sun, noon to 6 pm
)
3617 Plaza Way, Suite A
in South Ridge Village
Kennewick, WA
509-736-6300

The Barrel House
22 N First Street
Yakima, WA  98901
509-453-3769

Bayleaf Wine, Cheese and Deli
901 Grace Street
Coupeville, WA  98239
360-678-6603

The Balefire
1801 Hewitt Avenue
Everett, WA 98201
425-374-7248

Bin 20 Wine Bar & Restaurant
Inside Red Lion Hotel
2525 North 20th Avenue
Pasco, WA
509-547-0701

Bin 41
4707 California Avenue SW #A
Seattle, WA  98116
206.937.0411

Bonnie's Vine & Gift
329 Wine Country Road
Prosser, WA  99350
509-786-7000

Bookwalter Winery & Bistro
894 Tulip Lane
Richland, WA 99352
877-667 - 8300 (toll-free)
509-627 - 5000

Bottlehouse
(Tue - Sun, 3pm - close; Mon closed)
1416 34th Avenue
Seattle, WA  98122

206-708-7164

Bricco Wine Bar
(Mon-Fri open at 5 PM, Sat-Sun open at 3 PM)
1525 Queen Anne Ave N.
Seattle, WA 98109
206.285.4900

Brix & Stone
107 Basin Street SW
Ephrata, WA  98823
509-754-2808

The Cellar Wine Shoppe
& Tasting Bar
668 Ocean Shores Blvd NW, Ste A
Ocean Shores, WA 98569
360-289-2909

Champion Wine Cellars
108 Denny Way
Seattle, WA
206-284-8306

Cheesemonger's Shop 
633 Front St.
Leavenworth, WA 98826
509 548-9011
877-888-7389

Chelan Red Apple Market
Wine Department
310 Manson Hwy
Chelan, WA
509-682-4521

City Cellars Fine Wines
1710 North 45th Street
Seattle, WA 98103
206-632-7238

Columbia Steppe Northwest
Coffeehouse & Wine Shop

(NW wines, gifts, deli, coffee, tea
in the Valley Mall by Macy's)

2529 Main Street
Union Gap, WA
509-249-0005

Compass Wines
1405 Commercial Avenue
Anacortes, WA  98221
360-293-6500

Corkscrew Cellars
116 E. Stewart Avenue
Puyallup, WA 98372
253-770-9463

Corky Cellars
22511 Marine View Drive
Des Moines, WA
206-824-9462

Country Cottage Wine Merchants
23806 Bothell-Everett Hwy
Bothell, WA 98021
425-481-5444

Delaurenti Specialty Food Market
1435 1st Avenue
Pike Place Market
Seattle, WA
206-622-0141

de Vine Wines
15224 Main Street
in Mill Creek Town Center
Mill Creek, WA 98012
425-357-6200

Ellensburg WineWorks
606 N. Main Street
Ellensburg, WA  98926
509-962-VINE (8463)

Esquin Wine Merchants
1516 1st Avenue S
Seattle, WA
206-682-7374

European Vine Selections
of Washington Inc.
522 15th E
Seattle, WA
206-323-3557

Evergreen Cellars
in Silver King Building
(Tues - Sun; Closed Mon.
Tues - Thurs: 11 - 6; Fri: 11 - 8;
Sat: 11 - 7; Sun: 12 - 5)

1101 First Street
Snohomish, WA  98290
360-568-2840

Fine Wine & Cigars
16535 NE 76th Street
Redmond, WA
425-869-0869

The Gallery Wine Bar
at the Old Post Office
245 SE Paradise
Pullman, WA 99163
509-338-WINE (9463)
 

George's Wine Shoppe
Lake Hills Shopping Center
521 156th Avenue SE
Bellevue, WA  98007
425-644-7723

Gifts of the Vine
421 N Pearl Street
Ellensburg, WA
509-925-1020

Gilbert Cellars
Tasting Room & Wine Bar

(Mon - Thurs 12:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Fri - Sat 12:00 PM - 11:00 PM
Sun 12:00 PM - 5:00 PM)

5 North Front Street
Yakima, WA 98901
509-249-9049

The Grape Adventure
Wine Bar, Bottle Shop & Restaurant
12934 SE Kent-Kangley Road
Kent, WA
253-631-8400

The Grape Choice
Wine Merchant & Wine Bar
7 Lakeshore Plaza
Kirkland, WA
425-827-7551

Grape Expectations
3594 NW Bryon
Silverdale, WA
360-698-0522

Grape Killers Lounge
Wine Bar for 7 Woodinville Wineries
2801 Alaskan Way
Seattle's Waterfront
206-956-9171

The Grape Quincy Wine Cellar
2 D Street SE
Quincy, WA  98848
509-787-5170

Greenbank Farm and Wine Shop
A Puget Sound Wines Tasting Room
(on Whidbey Island)
(May - Sept: Daily, 10 - 5;
Oct - Apr: Mon - Fri, 11 - 4; Sat & Sun, 10 - 5)
765 Wonn Road # A201
Greenbank, WA 98253
360-678-7700

Greenlake Wines & Wine Bar
1400 North 80th Street
Seattle, WA  98103
206-524-6909

Harbor Square Wine Shop
and Tasting Room
756 Winslow Way E
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
206-780-1626

Hellams Vineyard & Wine Bar
109 N 1st. Street #101
La Conner, WA 98257
360-466-1758

Huckleberry's Natural Market
(Large Wine Selection)

926 S. Monroe
Spokane, WA  99201
509-624-1349

Jack's Cellar
(Tues - Sat)

8016 15th Avenue NE
Seattle, WA 98115
206-729-5988

Jade Moon
421½ N Pearl Street
Ellensburg, WA  98926
509-925-1020

Kestrel Vintners
Tasting Room & Wine Bar
(Daily: 11 am - 5 pm;
Wine Bar open at 6 pm Fri & Sat)

843 B Front Street
Leavenworth, WA  98826
509-548-7348
leavenworth@kestrelwines.com

La Bottega Cafe Deli & Wine Shop
Great Wine List
1905 Main Street
Vancouver, WA  98660
360-571-5010

La Cantina Wine Merchants
5436 Sandpoint Way NE
Seattle, WA
206-525-4340

La Cantina Wine Merchants
826 102nd NE, Ste 700
Bellevue, WA  98004
425-455-4363

Lake Chelan Wine Cellar
Inside Stop Light Espresso
& Fruit Market
229 Woodin Avenue
Chelan, WA  98816
509-682-0359

Le Bon Vie
Olympia, WA 98503-1369
Phone: 360-493-1454

Le Savoir-Faire Wine Cellars
8016 15th Ave NE
Seattle, WA 98115
206-729-5988

Libation Station
110 North 1st Street, Suite B
Mount Vernon, WA  98273
360-336-5266

Left Bank Wine Bar
108 N Washington
Spokane, WA  99201
509-315-8623

The Local Vine
A Wine Shop & Wine Bar

(Moving location Summer 2010)
Seattle, WA  98121
206-441-6000

Louie's on the Pike
1926 Pike Place Public Market
Seattle, WA
206-443-1035

Madison Park Cellars
4227 E. Madison
Seattle, WA
206-323-9333

Malt & Vine
16851 Redmond Way
Redmond, WA   98052
425-881-6461

Manette Wine Shop
1102 Scott Avenue, Suite 102
Bremerton  98310
360-405-0264

Market Street Wine and Cheese
5424 Ballard NW
Seattle, WA
206-297-1460

McCarthy & Schiering
Wine Merchants
Queen Anne Store:

2209 Queen Anne Ave. N.
Seattle, WA  98109
206-282-8500
Ravenna Store:
6500 Ravenna Ave NE
Seattle, WA  98115
206-524-9500


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North City Bistro & Wine Shop
...a wine bar, too

(Tuesday - Saturday 5:00 pm ~ 9:00 pm)

1520 NE 177th St.
Shoreline, WA 98155
206-365-4447

Okanogan Estate & Vineyards
Leavenworth Tasting Room
(Inside Gold Digger Cellars Tasting Room)
(Open Daily: 11 - 5pm. Closed Christmas &
Thanksgiving Day)

285 Hwy 2
Leavenworth, WA
509-548-9883

Oly's Wine Cellar
1616 S. Gold Street, Ste. 8
Centralia, WA  98531
360-736-2857

Olympic Wine Brokers
19740 7th Avenue NE, Suite G
Poulsbo, WA
360-697-9463

Olympic Wine Merchant
   101 N. Capitol Way, Suite 106 
(Entrance on 4th Ave)
   Olympia, WA  98501
   360-786-9463

The Pacific Northwest Shop
2702 North Proctor Street 
Tacoma, WA. 98407-5228
1-800-942-3523 
253-752-2242

Pete's Wine Shop
58 E. Lynn
Seattle, WA
206-322-2660

Pete's Wines Eastside
134 105th NE
Bellevue, WA
425-454-1100

Pete's Liquor and Wine
Thrashers Corner
20617 Bothell Everett Highway
Suite B & C
425-949-5660

Piazza's Wine Bar & Bistro
11700 Mukilteo Speedway, Ste 405
Mukilteo, WA  98275
425-290-7177

Picazo 7 Seventeen
(Restaurant & Wine Bar)
(Tue - Thur: 4 - 9 pm; Fri & Sat: 4 - 10 pm)
717 Sixth Street
Prosser, WA
509-786-1116

Pike and Western Wine Merchants
1934 Pike Place Public Market
Seattle, WA
206-441-1307

Poco Wine Room
A Capitol Hill Wine Bar
1408 East Pine Street
Seattle, WA
206-322-9463

Portalis Wine Shop & Wine Bar
5310 Ballard Ave NW
Seattle, WA  98107
206-783-2007

Puget Sound Wine Cellar
120 Harrison Avenue
Port Orchard, WA
360-895-7717

Purple Café & Wine Bar
1225 Fourth Avenue
Seattle, WA
206-829-2280

Purple Café & Wine Bar
323 Park Place
Kirkland, WA
425.828.3772

Purple Café & Wine Bar
14459 Woodinville-Redmond Road
Woodinville, WA  98072

425-483-7129

Quadra Beverage
2007 Iowa St
Bellingham, WA 98226
360-734-8787

R.L. Wine Company
3051 42nd Ave. West
Seattle, WA  98199
206-283-7688

Reliable Wines
(
Corner of Vashon Hwy & Cemetery Rd)
19603 Vashon Highway SW
Vashon WA, 98070
206-463-6222

The Ridge Wine Bar
1017 N State Street
Bellingham, WA  98225
(360) 527-0900

Seattle Cellars Ltd.
A Wine Merchant
2505 2nd Ave, #102

Seattle, WA
206-256-0850

Seattle Wine Company
1950 - 130th Ave NE Suite 1
Bellevue WA  98005
425-869-0609

Sixth Avenue Wine Seller
A Wine Bar & Wine Shop
600 Pine Street, Suite 300
Seattle, WA  98101
206-621-2669

Stems
(
Mon -Sat, 10am-6pm.
Summer hours on Sundays)

411 E Yakima Avenue
Yakima, WA 98901
509-452-8800

Swirl Wine Bar
& Wine Shop
3217 W McGraw Street
Seattle, WA  98199
206-327-9221

Taste Buds Coffee & Wine
212 Fifth Street, Suite 2B
Wenatchee, WA  98801
509-888-2783

Taste for Wine - Art & Wine Bar
(Hours: Thurs, Sun, Mon - Noon - 6 pm;
Fri - Noon - 7 pm; Sat - 11 am - 6 pm)
5603 Bayview Road
Langley, WA 98260

360-321-0515

Taste of Washington
(Tasting Room for Four Wineries)
(Sun to Thurs, 11 am - 10 pm
Fri & Sat, 11 am to midnight)

Downtown Yakima
312 E. Yakima Avenue
Yakima, WA
509-248-5251

The Tasting Room, Seattle
at Pike Place Market

Pouring: Camaraderie, Harlequin, Latitude 46 North,
Mountain Dome, Naches Heights, Wilridge, Wineglass
(Sun - Thurs: Noon - 8 pm; Fri & Sat: Noon - 10 pm)
1924 Post Alley
Seattle, WA  98101
206-770-WINE (9463)

The Tasting Room, Yakima
at Wilridge Vineyard
Pouring Harlequin, , Mountain Dome,
Naches Heights Vineyard, Wilridge Winery
(11am - 6pm Thursday - Monday)

250 Ehler Road
Yakima, WA  98908
509-966-0686

That's a Some Wine Shop
18881 Front St NE
Poulsbo, WA
360-779-9463

Twisted Cork Wine Bar
900 Bellevue Way
Bellevue, WA

425-637-0808

The Wine Shop
2704 171st PL NE Suite L102
Marysville, WA 98271
360-652-9200

Uncorked Fine Wine
 & Specialty Foods
1584 McNeil Street
. Suite 120
Dupont, WA 98327
253-912-9463
1-877-912-WINE (9463)

Valley Cafe Deli & Wine Shop
105 W 3rd Avenue
Ellensburg, WA 98926
509-925-3050

Vancouver Gift
and Wine Cellar
418 West 8th Street
Vancouver, WA  98660
360-993-5006

Village Wines

(Daily: Sun, 12 - 6 pm; Mon, 12 - 8 pm;
Tues - Thur, 11 - 8 pm; Fri & Sat, 11 - 9 pm)
14450 Woodinville-Redmond Rd NE
Suite
#111
Woodinville, WA  98072
425-485-3536

VinElla
13120 NE 177th Place, A-104
Woodinville, WA  98702
425-368-0905

The Vineyard Wine Shop
8218 Greenwood Avenue
Seattle, WA
206-706-7349

Vinifera Northwest
2535 Crites St SW
Olympia, WA 98512-6136
360-704-3364

Vino100 Bellevue
Lincoln Square
700 Bellevue Way NE #110
Bellevue, WA 98004
425-453-7881

Vino 100 Tumwater
In The Twin County Plaza
5743 Littlerock Road
Tumwater, WA  98512
360-357-8166 (VINO)

Vino!
A Wine Shop
222 S Washington Street
Spokane, WA  99201
800-826-5674

Vino Bello
Wine Shop & Wine Bar
636 S.W. 152nd Street #F
Burien, WA
206-244-VINO (8166)

Water to Wine
9014 Peacock Hill Avenue
Suite 103A
Gig Harbor, WA  98332
253-853-9463

West Seattle Cellars
6026 California SW
Seattle, WA
206-937-2868

Wicked Cellars
2616 Colby Ave
Everett, WA 98201-2922
425-258-3117

Wildside Wine
Just off Sixth, in the theater building
Wed-Fri: 3-7; Sat: 1-6
608 A S. Oxford
Tacoma, WA
253-565-0811

Williams Seafood Market & Wine
10627 E Sprague Avenue
Spokane Valley,  WA  99206
509-922-4868

Wine 101 - The Gathering Place
Wine Shop and Wine Bar
(Tues - Thurs, Noon - 9 pm;
Fri & Sat, Noon - 11 pm)

11601 Harbour Pointe Blvd,  Suite 101
Mukilteo, WA  98275
425-493-1191

The Wine Alley
Fairwood Shopping Center
(Open Tues - Sat)

14276 SE 176th Street
Renton, WA  98058
425-271-4501

The Wine Bank
7017 27th St W.
University Place, WA 98466
253-564-1101

The Wine Basket
2118 South 314th Street
Federal Way, WA  98003

253-874-3070

The Wine Bin
208 N Mission
Wenatchee, WA  98801
509-663-3007
The Wine Cellar
at the Old Post Office
245 SE Paradise
Pullman, WA 99163
509-338-WINE (9463)
 
 
Wine Emporium
48200 Yelm Hwy SE #C
Olympia, WA  98503

The Wine Loft
401 Columbia St NW
Olympia, WA 98501-1032
360-754-6208

Wine O'Clock Wine Bar
2nd Home of Bunnell Family Cellar & RiverAerie

(Tasting & retail sales: Daily, 12 - 5 pm;
Dining hours vary seasonally)
548 Cabernet Court
Vintner's Village
Prosser, WA 99350
509-786-2197

The Wine Outlet
1701 1st Avenue South
Seattle, WA  98134
206-652-1311

The Wine Rack
4435 A St. SE Suite G
Auburn WA. 98002
253-939-3303

The Wine Seller
1010 Water Street
Port Townsend, WA 98368
360-385-7673

Wineshop & Wine Bar on 24TH
(Open Tues-Sun)
5903 24th Ave. NW
in Ballard.
Seattle, WA
206-783-5996

Wine World Warehouse
(
Mon - Sat 11am-9pm Sun 11am-6pm)
400 NE 45th Suite 130
Seattle, WA 98105

206-402-6086

Winslow Wine Shop
& Tasting Room
278 Winslow Way East, #114
Bainbridge Island, WA 98110
206-780-8371

Wolfgangs Fine Foods
410 Washington St Se
Olympia, WA 98501-1152
Phone: 360-786-8556

World of Wines
16701 Cleveland Street
Redmond WA 98052
425-869-9463

 

 

 

Wine Bars & Tasting Rooms

 

 

106 Pine: The Wine Bar
at Chocolate Box
(Wed - Fri, 2pm - 9 pm;
Sat, 12 - 9 pm; Sun, 2  - 8 pm)
106 Pine Street
Seattle, WA
206-443-1106

2.0 Cafe & Wine Bar
1912 201st Place SE
Bothell, WA
425-286-2192

3 Eyed Fish Wine Bar
1970 Keene Road
Richland, WA  99352
509-628-3255

Auburn Wine & Caviar Company
(Tues - Sat: 1 - 8 pm; Closed Sun & Mon;
Extended hours Fri & Sat for wine & music - 6 - close)
Soup, sandwiches and salads, too
2402 A Street SE
Auburn, WA  98002
253-887-8530

The Bar @ 26brix
Thur - Mon:
4:30 pm to close
Sun: 9 am to 2 pm, 4:30 pm to close
205 W. Main
Walla Walla, WA
509-526-4075

The Barrel Thief
Wine & Whiskey Bar

In the Fremont Neighborhood

3417 Evanston Avenue N
Suite 102
Seattle, WA  98103
206-402-5492

Bella Italia
118 E. 1st. Street
Port Angeles, WA  98362
360-457-5442

Bin 20 Wine Bar & Restaurant
Inside Red Lion Hotel
2525 North 20th Avenue
Pasco, WA
509-547-0701

Bin on the Lake
Restaurant & Wine Bar
1270 Carillon Point
Kirkland, WA 98033
425-803 5595 or
800-822 3700

Bookwalter Cellars
Wine Lounge

894 Tulip Lane
Richland, WA 99352
877-667 - 8300 (toll-free)
509-627 - 5000

Bottlehouse
(Tue - Sun, 3pm - close; Mon closed)
1416 34th Avenue
Seattle, WA  98122

206-708-7164

Brew
Coffee | Beer | Wine
10035 Main Street
Bothell, WA  98011
425-686-7670

Bricco
a Queen Anne Wine Bar

1525 Queen Anne Ave. N.
Seattle, WA
206-285-4900

Caterina Winery & Wine Bar
(Winery: Daily, 12 - 5;
Wine Bar: Fri & Sat,  5 - Midnight)

905 N Washington
Spokane, WA  99201
509-328-5069

Cellar 55 Tasting Room
Uptown Vancouver, WA

Featuring 4 Boutique Eastern WA Wineries
(Fri, 2 - 8 pm; Sat, 12 - 7 pm;
Sun, 12 - 6 pm; or by appointment)

1812 Washington Street
Vancouver, WA  98660
360-693-2700

The Cellar Wine Shoppe
& Tasting Bar
668 Ocean Shores Blvd NW, Ste A
Ocean Shores, WA 98569
360-289-2909

Commanders Wine & Whisky Bar
in the Restaurant at the Historic Reserve
The Grant House, Historic Officers Row
1101 Officers Row
Vancouver, WA  98661
360-906-1101

Cypress Lounge & Wine Bar
at th Westin Bellevue
600 Bellevue Way NE
Bellevue, WA 
425-638-1000

Eva Restaurant and Wine Bar
2227 N 56th
Seattle, WA
206-633-3538

The Gallery Wine Bar
at the Old Post Office
245 SE Paradise
Pullman, WA 99163
509-338-WINE (9463)
 

The Grape Adventure
Wine Bar, Bottle Shop & Restaurant
12934 SE Kent-Kangley Road
Kent, WA
253-631-8400

The Grape Choice
Wine Merchant & Wine Bar
7 Lakeshore Plaza
Kirkland, WA
425-827-7551

Greenbank Farm
A Puget Sound Tasting Room
(on Whidbey Island)
(Daily: Oct - May, 11 - 4 Mon - Fri, 10 - 5 Sat & Sun)
3112 S. Day Road
Greenbank, WA  98253
360-678-7700

Harbor Greens Wine Bar
(Wed & Thurs, 3 p.m. to 9 p.m.
Fri & Sat,  3 p.m. to midnight)

5275 Olympic Drive NW
(Inside Forza coffee shop)

Gig Harbor, WA
253-858-8033

Impromptu Wine & Art Bar
4235 E Madison Street
Seattle, WA  98112
206-860-1569

Jubilante Restaurant & Wine Bar
305 Burnette Avenue. S.
Renton, WA
425-226-1544

Kaspar's Restaurant & Wine Bar
19 W. Harrison St.
Seattle, WA 98119
206-298-0123

Left Bank Wine Bar
108 N Washington
Spokane, WA  99201
509-315-8623

Libation Station
110 North 1st Street, Suite B
Mount Vernon, WA  98273
360-336-5266

Lighthouse Wine Bar and Café
3388 NW Byron Street
Silverdale, WA
360-698-9463

The Local Vine
A Wine Shop & Wine Bar

(Moving location Summer 2010)
Seattle, WA  98121
206-441-6000

The Met Coffee & Wine Bar
232-C Burnett Ave South
Renton, WA  98057
425-687-7989

Metro Wine Bar & Bistro
112 S Main Avenue
Ridgefield, WA
360-887-8888

Mezzo Pazzo Wine Bar
2718 E. 57th Avenue, Suite 105
Spokane, WA  99223
509-863-9313

Mission Street Bistro
& Wine Bar
202 N. Mission Street
Wenatchee, WA
 509-665-2406

Mizuna's Wine Bar
214 N Howard Street
Spokane, WA
509-747-2004

 

 

Niko's Wine Bar
(Sun - Wed 4pm - 10pm; Thur - Sat 4pm - 11pm;
Friday lunch from 11-3)
725 W. Riverside (Riverside and Post)
Spokane, WA
509-624-7444

North City Bistro
Wine Shop & Wine Bar
1520 NE 177th Street
Shoreline, WA
206-365-4447

NorthWest Vintage
A Premier Washington Wine Bar
208 South Meridian
Puyallup, WA 
98371
253-864-wine (9463)

Petite Wine Bar
in the Islands Inn
3401 Commercial Avenue
Anacortes, WA
360-293-4644
866-331-3328 (toll free)

Portalis Wine Shop & Wine Bar
5310 Ballard Ave NW
Seattle, WA 98107
206-783-2007

Prune Hill Bread & Wine
...and restaurant, too
228 NE 4th Avenue
Camas, WA  98607
360-833-2393

Purple Café & Wine Bar
1225 Fourth Avenue
Seattle, WA
206-829-2280

Purple Café & Wine Bar
323 Park Place
Kirkland, WA
425-828-3772

Purple Café & Wine Bar
14459 Woodinville-Redmond Road
Woodinville, WA  98072

425-483-7129

The Ridge Wine Bar
1017 N State Street
Bellingham, WA  98225
360-527-0900

Rumors Wine Bar
(Wed & Thurs, 4 - 9 pm; Fri & Sat, 4 - 11 pm;
Closed Sun, Mon, Tues)
203 East 4th Avenue South
Olympia, WA  98501
360-480-5030

Sip
at the Wine Bar & Restaurant

909 5th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98104
206-682-2779

Sip
at the Wine Bar & Restaurant

1084 NE Park Drive
Issaquah, WA 98029
425-369-1181

Sip
at the Wine Bar & Restaurant

4793 Point Fosdick Drive NW
Suite 400
Gig Harbor, WA 98029
253-853-3020

Smash
Wine Bar & Restaurant
1401 North 45th Street
Seattle, WA  98103
206-547-3232

Spazzo Italian Grill & Wine Bar
16499 NE 74th Street, E 255
Redmond, WA. 98052
425-881-4400

Swirl Wine Bar
& Wine Shop
3217 W McGraw Street
Seattle, WA  98199
206-327-9221

Tandem Wine & Cheese Bar
(Tues - Sat: 4 pm - 10 pm)

10123 Main Place
Bothell, WA 98011
425-398-WINE (9463)

Tastebuds Coffee and Wine
212 Fifth Street, #2b
Wenatchee, WA  98801
509-888-2873

ToST
513 N. 36th Street, Space E.
Seattle, WA 98103
206-547-0240

Twigs Bistro Bar
(River Park Square)
9820 N Nevada St
Spokane, WA 99218
509-465-8794

Restaurant: 509-232-3376

Twisted Cork Wine Bar
900 Bellevue Way, Ste. 100
Bellevue, WA
425-637-0808

Uncorked Wine Bar & Restaurant
7819 Center Blvd SE
Snoqualmie, WA 98065
425-888-WINE(9463)

UrbanEnoteca
Wine | Food | Venue

A TASTING CENTER FOR SEVEN WINERIES
(Tues - Thurs, 3-9 pm; Fri, 3-11 pm;
Sat, noon-11 pm; Sun; noon 8- pm)
4130 First Avenue S.
Seattle's South Downtown district
206-467-9463

Via Vita Cafe' and Wine Bar
Belcarra Building
1032 106th Ave. NE, Suite 126
Bellevue, WA 98004
425-449-8917

Vintage Cellars Wine Bar
10 N Second Street
Walla Walla, WA
509-529-9340

The Vintner's Room
Wine Bar located in
Hotel Elliott's underground
357 12th Street
P.O. Box 386
Astoria, OR  97103
503-325-3500

The Vineyard Lounge
at the Marcus Whitman Hotel
6 W Rose Street
Walla Walla, WA  99362
866-826-9422

Wild Walla Walla Wine Woman
19 North Second Ave
Walla Walla, WA  99362
509-529-0503

Wine 101 - The Gathering Place
Wine Shop and Wine Bar  
(Tues - Thurs, Noon - 9 pm;
Fri & Sat, Noon - 11 pm)

11601 Harbour Pointe Blvd,  Suite 101  Mukilteo, WA  98275
425-493-1191

Wineshop & Wine Bar on 24TH
(Open Tues-Sun)
5903 24th Ave. NW
in Ballard.
Seattle, WA
206-783-5996

The Wine Studio
Wine Bar & Wine Shop
Tues - Thursday 11-7; Fri & Sat 12-8
Closed Sun & Mon

3123 56th Street NW, Unit 5
Gig Harbor, WA  98335
253-851-9463

Wine World Warehouse
(
Mon - Sat 11am-9pm Sun 11am-6pm)
400 NE 45th Suite 130
Seattle, WA 98105

206-402-6086


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Wine Storage - Washington

Bellevue Wine Storage
13221 Northup Way
Bellevue, WA
425.644.1178

Cellar 55 Premium Wine Storage
Uptown Vancouver
1812 Washington Street
Vancouver, WA  98660
360-693-2700

Compass Wines
1405 Commercial Avenue
Anacortes, WA  98221
360-293-6500

Eastside Wine Storage
2636 Bellevue Way NE, Suite A
Bellevue, WA  98004
425-576-8600

Elliott Avenue Wine Storage
1405 Elliott Avenue W.
Seattle, WA
206-217-0383

Esquin Wine Storage
2700 Fourth Avenue South
Seattle, WA  98134
206-682-7374
888-682-WINE

Seattle Wine Storage
122 Terry Ave N
Seattle, WA 98109-5207
206-628-4802

TVS Wine Cellars
Custom Built Wine Cellars & Storage
P.O. Box 14482
Spokane Valley, WA 99214
509-226-3775

Wine Storage Bellevue
1614 118th Avenue SE
Bellevue, WA  98005
425-453-2242

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Idaho Wine Shops, Wine Bars & Tasting Rooms

A New Vintage Wine Shop
(Closed Sun & Mon)
1400 N. Eagle Road
Meridian, ID  83642
208-855-9230

Asiago's Ristorante & Wine Bar
3423 N. Cole Road
Boise, ID 83704
208-323-1469

Bistro 2 fifteen
Wine Bar & Bistro
215 Main Avenue
Parma, ID
208-722-5444

Blue Ribbon Artisans Bistro Italia
Wine Bar & Bistro
1435 N Eagle Road
Meridian, ID
208-855-5800

Boise Co-op Wine Shop
(Mon - Sat: 10 am - 8 pm; Sun: 10 am - 6 pm)
915 N 8th Street
Boise, ID  83702
208-472-4519

Bueno Cheapo Vino
770 S. Vista Avenue
Boise, ID  83705
208-336-1930

Bueno Cheapo Vino
212 14th Ave South
Nampa, ID 83651
208-475-0776

Camas Prairie Winery
...& Wine Bar Mezzanine
(Mon - Sat: 12 noon - 6:30 pm
Pacific Time - Special hours by arrangement)

110 South Main Street
Moscow, ID  83843
208.882.0214  Phone/Fax
800-616-0214  Toll free

CDA Cellars No. 6 Wine Bar
(Daily: 11 am - 10 pm;
Midnight on Fri & Sat)
E. 503 Sherman
Coeur d'Alene, ID 83815
208-664-9632

Corkscrews Wine Shop & Pub
729 N. Main Street
Meridian, ID  83642
208-888-4049

Di Vine
400 S Main Street
Hailey, ID
208-788-4422

Enoteca - Fine Wine & Beer
(10 minutes from Coeur d'Alene & Spokane, WA)
(Retail:
Tues - Sat: Noon - 7 pm)
112 E. Seltice Way, Ste. C

Post Falls, ID 83854
208-457-9885

Erickson's Fine Wines
150 E Riverside Street
Eagle, ID
208-938-3698

The Grape Escape
800 W. Idaho Street
Boise, ID  83702
368-0200

Helina Marie's Wine Shop
11053 Hwy 44
Star, ID 83669

Idaho Wine Merchant
3105 Neff Street
Boise, ID

Idaho Wine Merchant
1602 E. Sherman Avenue
Coeur D Alene, ID

JW Thornton Wine Imports
401 Lewis
Ketchum, ID

La Cantina
3395 N Cole Road
Boise, ID  83702
208-377-0224

Le Coq Rouge
1329 S. Maple Grove Road
Boise, ID  83709
208-376-9463

Moscow Food Co-op
221 E. 3rd
Moscow, ID  83843
208-882-8537

Muse, Bistro & Wine Bar
1435 N Eagle Rd
Meridian, ID  83642
208-895-1900

Music of the Vine
Wine Shop and Cafe
2805 Blaine Suite 130
Caldwell, ID  83605
208-454-1228

No. 6 Wine Bar
(Daily: 11 am - 10 pm;
Midnight on Fri & Sat)
E. 503 Sherman
Coeur d'Alene, ID 83815
208-664-9632

Pacific Rim Wine Shop
2870 W. State Street
Boise, ID
208-342-3375

Piazza di Vino
Wine Bar & Art Gallery
212 N 9th Street
Boise, ID  83702
208-336-9577

The Porterhouse
600 Rivershore Lane
Eagle, ID
208-938-1441

Red Feather Lounge
246 N 8th Street
Boise, ID
208-429-6340

Seasons Bistro & Wine Bar
1117 E. Winding Creek Road, Ste. 150
Eagle, ID
208-939-6680

Sun Valley Wine Company
360 Leadville Avenue N
Ketchum, ID
208-726-2442

Tannins Wine Bar
353 Avenue E
Kuna, ID 83719
208-922-1766

Tastings Wine Bar
2447 Apple St

Boise, ID  83706
208-385-9463

Twig's Cellar
Wine Bar
816 Bannock St
Boise, ID  83702
208-344-8944

Vine Wine Shop & Lounge
1320 S Maple Grove Road
Boise, ID  83709
208-949-5561

The Wine Cellar
2390 American Legion Blvd., Suite #5
Mountain Home, ID   83647
208-587-9012 Ph
208-587-2857 Fax

Wine Company of Moscow
113 E. Third Street
Moscow, ID  83843
208-882-6502
Wine Sellers by the Lake
206 North First
Sandpoint, ID  83864
208-265-8116

WineStyles
12570 W. Fairview Avenue #102
Boise ID

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