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With relatives visiting from the East Coast, we decided to visit Whidbey Island. Whidbey Island Vineyards and Winery was our first stop that day. The wines are very good, especially the Madeleine Angevine.
There are picnic tables and bistro tables to bring along snacks while...More
While on Whidbey Island, we visited no less than SIX wineries. What a surprise!
Whidbey Island was one of our favorites for many reasons. First, the host and hostess were so much fun and provided us a great education on the local grapes and wine...More
Enjoyed a tasting here this past weekend as the gentleman pouring the tastings had great comments to add about each wine, which doesn't always happen. There is outside seating in the shade, which would be great on a hot day. And the tasting room has...More
We visited this winery within the first year we moved to Seattle and spent a day touring Whidbey Island. They had back then a memorable wine called a Lemberger. Most recently and giving a friends a tour of Whidbey, we visited the winery again. They...More
We lived 45 years on the Central Coast of California between the Paso Robles and Santa Ynez wine regions. At one point, we were members at 13 different wineries simultaneously and, over the course of years, members at almost 100 at one time or another....More
Winemaker Greg and his team are so on top of their game. The wines they grow and harvest on-site make some of the finest wines around. Don't take my word for it, go in and taste them. The Rosato, White and oh, the reds are...More