Sigillo Cellars Relocates Eastern Washington
Tasting Room from Leavenworth to Chelan
New Chelan tasting room located in historic Lakeside School Building
Snoqualmie, WA., based Sigillo Cellars has announced the relocation of its Eastern Washington satellite tasting roon from downtown Leavenworth to the historic Lakeside School Building in Chelan, WA.
After years of winemaking for friends and family, father and son team, Mike and Ryan, started talking about sharing their passion for good wine with more than just their close friends. In 2010, Mike and Ryan Seal, along with Ryan’s childhood friend Scott Hussey, founded Sigillo Cellars, an Italian translation of the Seal name.
They opened their first tasting room in Snoqualmie in July of 2012. With the rapid expansion of their wine club and production needs, they moved their tasting room to Railroad Avenue in downtown Snoqualmie in May of 2014. With the continued growth, they realized the opportunity for an Eastern Washington presence and opened their second location in downtown Leavenworth in September of 2017.
Their Chelan space is located in a newly renovated 700 square-foot tasting room with a 900 square-foot deck that commands water views of Lake Chelan. They are open during the summer months from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m. and in the fall and winter from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and Friday and Saturday from 12 p.m. to 7 p.m.
With the belief that Washington wine should be experienced, not just tasted, they have put together a portfolio of Bordeaux and Rhône varietals, plus other favorites, to be shared in both of their historic tasting rooms. Their new tasting room in Chelan is located in the Lakeside School building at 2037 Woodin Ave. S.E. Their Snoqualmie winery and tasting room is located at 8086 Railroad Ave. S.E. The phone number for the Chelan tasting room is (509) 888-5713 and the phone number for the Snoqualmie tasting room is (425) 292-0754.