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You can't get ahold of anyone on the phone or by emailing. It looks like an old has been run down winery. You have to drive up a very long, high and dangerous dirt road. The place looks NOTHING like the website.
My wife and I found Wind River Cellars on our travels in Washington's Columbia River region. Honestly, it was a surprising treat. Considering the unpaved drive, and wondering if the sign had been turned the wrong way, we arrived and had a great time with...More
Joel is well versed in wine making and as noted by Emily he does not try to be a corporate wine location. This is a place to taste great wine produced by someone that loves what he does. Great view and a great place to...More
My wife and I visited Joel at Wind Rivers and had an amazing time. We were able to taste the wines, sample from the barrels and create our own bottles. It was great!! Highly recommend going and experiencing this fun time.
Stopped in to Wind River after purchasing a Groupon. After arriving, it was clear that I had not read the instructions very carefully on the Groupon, and we had not made reservations. I apologized and asked if we could just pay for a tasting and...More
My wife and I with a few friends were in Portland when we decided to try some Washington wines, our favorite of all the wineries was Wind River Cellars. The winemaker was absolutely hilarious! He was so quick witted and funny that I actually accidently...More
I visited Wind River Cellars and had such a good time. The view from the deck was breathtaking, the wine was really good and the owner was helpful to anwer my questions about wine but let me come to my own conclusions about what I...More