What Washington Wineries Are Doing
to Deal with the Coronavirus Pandemic

17 Washington Counties Are Now In

Phase 2 of Governor’s Plan to Re-Open

Economy; 17 Counties Now in Phase 3

As of Tuesday, June 30, 17 of Washington State’s 39 counties have moved into the second phase of Governor Jay Inslee’s plan to reopen the state’s economy, 17 counties are now in Phase 3, and two counties have been approved to move into the Governor’s modified Safe Start Phase 1.5.

The state’s largest county in terms of population, King County, moved into Phase 2 on June 19. The other 16 counties now in Phase 2 are Adams, Clark, Cowlitz, Grant, Jefferson, Lewis, Mason, Okanogan, Pacific, Pierce, San Juan, Skagit, Snohomish, Spokane, Walla Walla and Whatcom.

The 17 counties that are now in Phase 3 are Asotin, Columbia, Ferry, Garfield, Grays Harbor, Island, Kittitas, Lewis, Lincoln, Mason, Pacific, Pend Oreille, Skamania, Stevens, Thurston, Wahkiakum, and Whitman.

On June 10, the north central Washington Counties of Chelan and Douglas were given permission to move into Safe Start Phase 1.5.

Phase 2 of the Governor’s plan means that tasting rooms in these counties are now able to accommodate seated tastings, glass pours, bottle purchases and wine-club pick-ups as long as they take the necessary precautions required under the Phase 2 guidelines. Those guidelines include such things as all tastings being conducted at individual tables (no tasting at the bar), with tables being spaced six feet apart, servers being required to wear masks and adhering to hand washing/ hand sanitizing protocol, etc.

Phase 3 allows wineries to operate their tasting rooms at 75% capacity with table occupancy no larger than 10 people, and tasting bars can now reopen at 25% capacity.

Here’s what to expect when visiting wineries in Chelan and Douglas counties operating under Safe Start Phase 1.5: 1). Most tasting rooms will be operating on an appointment-only basis, so you won’t be able to just show up. 2). Tasting room employees will be required to wear masks, and the State of Washington highly encourages visitors to wear masks as well. 3). Social distancing protocols will be in place both inside and outside of tasting rooms. During modified Phase 1.5, tastings and dining will only be allowed outside. 4). Social distancing will be limited to groups of five people, and the group does not have to be from the same household. However, many wineries will be limiting group size to fewer than five people, so make sure to confirm group limits with each winery. 5). You can expect more pre-poured wine flights, limited wine bar service, and more seated tastings.

Though a total of 36 counties can now operate under either Phase 1.5, Phase 2 or Phase 3 guidelines, some have not yet done so but are open for curbside pick-up of phone-in orders, online orders and wine club allotments. So, before you head out the door, check with your favorite winery to find out where they are in relation to opening under the three phases.

As Publisher of DiscoverWashingtonWine.com, I hope you will support your favorite wineries during these trying times to keep them financially viable. Chuck Leininger, Publisher.

Airfield Estates Tasting Rooms Are Now

Open in Vancouver and Woodinville

Airfield Estates’ Vancouver Tasting Room.

We finally have some good news for our loyal customers. On Friday, June 19, our Woodinville Tasting Room moved into Phase 2 under Governor Inslee’s plan to re-open Washington State’s economy. Our Vancouver Tasting Room is now open as well in Phase 2, and we are anxiously waiting to move into Phase 2 at our Prosser Tasting Room. In the meantime, our Prosser Tasting Room is still open for curbside bottle pickup.

In Phase 2, our Woodinville and Vancouver tasting rooms can operate at 50% occupancy with groups of no more than five people.

For everyone’s health and safety, our staff is required to wear face coverings, and we highly encourage our guests to do the same, except when seated. To learn more about the safety measures we are taking, visit our website at: www.airfieldwines.com. We appreciate your understanding regarding these precautions and look forward to hosting you.

Currently, we are tasting 5 wines (2 whites, 2 reds and our Rosé) in Woodinville and Vancover. They will be served in mini carafes as a single service format with a reusable tumbler. If you would like stemware instead, we are offering our logo wine glasses as a $4 add-on to your tasting. We will also have wine by the glass and by the bottle available for purchase. Reservations are highly encouraged as we’ve reduced our seating capacity to provide social distancing.  However, we are leaving availability for walk-ins, though walk-ins will be accommodated only as space allows.

To make reservations at our Vancouver Tasting Room, call: (360) 216-1106. To make reservations at our Woodinville Tasting Room, call: (425) 877-1006.   And to make reservations at our Prosser Tasting Room as soon as we are allowed to move into Phase 2 there, call: (509) 786-7401.

Brian Carter’s Woodinville and Vancouver

Tasting Rooms Reopen under Phase 2 Guidelines

It’s happening! It’s been a VERY long few months, and we’ve missed you dearly. We are so, so happy to finally announce that both our Woodinville and Vancouver Tasting Rooms have reopened under Phase 2 of the Governor’s plan to reopen the state’s economy. To meet safety requirements and still provide the amazing service you have become accustomed to, we’ll be changing things up a bit. Our friendly staff will continue to go out of their way to make you feel at home, and the wines will only taste that much better after such a long absence. Following are the measures we’ve put into place to help ease us into reopening, though we hope to have more wiggle room as time goes on.

Reservations Required: To enable us to more easily comply with state requirements that limit the number of guests that we are able to accommodate at any time, all visits will be open by appointment only.

Limited Capacity: Our online reservation system will allow us to monitor and limit the number of guests we host to 50% capacity.

Seated Service: All guests will be greeted and seated by our hosts. We kindly ask that you do not move or reconfigure tables, as they have been carefully arranged in such a way to maintain appropriate social distancing standards.

60-Minute Seatings: 60-minute reservations will be offered during our new, temporary hours of operation, Wed – Sun, 12 p.m. – 5 p.m., and Fridays until 6 p.m.

Tastings: We will offer abbreviated flights of 4 wines for $10. Guests are also welcome to purchase wines by the glass or bottle for enjoyment at the Tasting Room. And it goes without saying that we’re always happy to send you home with a bottle (or case) of your favorite wine.

Health & Safety: Your host will wear a mask and gloves at all times during your visit. We will require all guests to wear a mask as well while walking to their seats or moving about the grounds and Tasting Room. Guests may remove masks while seated. Also, for safety reasons, will be not be able to accommodate pets or minors in either tasting room until further notice.

To make a reservation at our Woodinville Tasting Room, call (425) 806-9463, or email: info@briancartercellars.com. To make a reservation at our Vancouver Tasting room, call (360) 216-1444, or email: vancouver@briancartercellars.com.

Tsillan Cellars Tasting Rooms in Chelan

and Woodinville Are Open for Business

We at Tsillan Cellars are happy to announce that our tasting rooms in Chelan and Woodinville have reopened. Our Woodinville tasting room has moved into Phase 2 of Governor Jay Inslee’s plan to reopen the state’s economy, and our Chelan tasting room, as well as Sorrento’s Ristorante, are now operating under modified Safe Start Phase 1.5 guidelines.

We cannot thank our customers and loyal wine club members enough for their continuous support over the last few months. Now that we are back open, we are so excited to see all your faces in Woodinville and Chelan again.

Phase 2 of the Governor’s plan means that we are able to operate at 50% capacity at our Woodinville tasting room and accommodate seated tastings, glass pours, bottle purchases and wine-club pick-ups. Reservations are required for tastings in Woodinville, which is now open from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday and Sunday and from 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. To make a reservation at our Woodinville tasting room, call (425) 482-5976 or e-mail molly@tsillancellars.com. to make a reservation.

Under modified Phase 1.5 guidelines, our Chelan tasting room and Sorrento’s Ristorante must operate at 25% capacity. Under these guidelines, tables will be placed six feet apart with no more than five people allowed at any one table. Reservations are not required to taste wine at our Chelan tasting room, which will be open daily from 12 p.m. to 8 p.m. Reservations, however, are required at Sorrento’s Ristorante. To make a reservation, call (509) 682-9463, or visit OpenTable.com.

The health and well being of our guests are our number one priority. Masks are required to be worn by all staff, extra cleaning and sanitizing measures are being taken, staff temperatures are checked before starting each shift and six feet of social distancing is strongly emphasized.

Even though things may look a little different right now, guests can still enjoy the same great estate wines, take in the same majestic views, and create unforgettable memories. We hope to see you soon.

If you can’t get to either of Tsillan Cellars tasting room, remember that you can purchase all of our wines via our online wine store at: www.tsillancellars.com/wines.

Wineries and Tasting Rooms Begin Reopening Across the Walla Walla Valley

After being closed for almost two months to on-premise wine tastings and consumption, Walla Walla Valley wineries in both Oregon and Washington can resume in-person tastings with detailed safety measures in place.

On May 27, Walla Walla County was approved for entry into Phase 2 of Washington’s phased reopening. Earlier in May, wineries on the Oregon side of the Walla Walla Valley in Umatilla County were able to reopen for in-person tastings under Oregon’s first phase of reopening.

The Walla Walla Valley as a whole is adopting the carefully phased approaches laid out by both Oregon and Washington to ensure the health and safety of winemakers, tasting room teams, production workers and Walla Walla Valley wine enthusiasts who are eager to engage with wineries once again.

In addition, many area wineries are adopting the Peace of Mind Pledge, created by Visit Walla Walla and supported by the Walla Walla Valley Wine Alliance and the Walla Walla Valley Chamber of Commerce, promising to prioritize health and safety above all else throughout the reopening process.

Like restaurants, wineries and tasting rooms must observe social distancing requirements to reopen. These requirements include:

  • Guest occupancy must be 50% of maximum building occupancy. Outdoor seating is permitted but must also be at 50% capacity.
  • Ensure that tables or seating areas are spaced at least six feet apart so that at least six feet between parties is maintained, including when customers approach or leave tables.
  • Limit parties to five people or fewer. People in the same party seated at the same table do not have to be six feet apart.
  • No bar seating; bar seating is to be closed off to prohibit use.
  • Minimize the number of staff serving any given table. Additional recommendations for wineries include encouraging the use of masks by consumers and recommending reservations or calling ahead to taste.

As wineries of the Walla Walla Valley adapt their operating procedures to comply with safety regulations, the experience of the in-person tastings will look different, but the quality of wine and wine country ambiance will remain intact.

“We are happy to welcome guests back to our wineries and tasting rooms, and ask for patience and understanding as individual businesses figure out how to navigate this new terrain,” shares Josh McDaniels, Board President of the Walla Walla Valley Wine Alliance and CEO and Director of Winemaking for Doubleback and Bledsoe Family Winery.

“Some wineries and tasting rooms may need more time than others to reopen,” McDaniels adds, ”but consumers should know that we are keeping the safety of our guests, employees and community top of mind while continuing to deliver the unparalleled wine country experience the Walla Walla Valley is known for. We’re all in this together and are very pleased to return to in-person tasting experiences in the Walla Walla Valley.”

Amavi Cellars, Pepper Bridge Winery

Are Open for Business in Walla Walla,

Woodinville and Vancouver

We are happy to announce that Pepper Bridge Winery and our sister winery Amavi Cellars have re-opened our tasting rooms in Walla Walla, Woodinville and Vancouver, WA., under Phase 2 of the Governor’s plan to reopen the economy. Phase 2 allows wineries to operate at 50% occupancy with groups of no more than five people.

The health and safety of our visitors is the number one priority at all of our tasting rooms. With that in mind, all of our employees have their temperatures taken upon arrival and all employees are required to wear masks at all times while working with customers. In addition, tasting and seated areas are spaced six feet apart and must remain so at all times. All guests are encouraged to use hand sanitizer, which is provided at the entrances of all tasting rooms. And finally, all tasting menus are single-use and will be replaced between tastings.

To be able to accommodate everyone who wants to experience an in-person tasting at one of our three tasting rooms, we are requiring tasting reservations. You can make a reservation by calling the tasting room you wish to visit. Phone numbers for each tasting room are as follows: Walla Walla Tasting Room – Amavi Cellars (509) 525-3541; Walla Walla Tasting Room – Pepper Bridge Winery (509) 525-6502; Shared Tasting Room in Woodinville (425) 483-7026; Shared Tasting Room in Vancouver (360) 726-6119. You can also make a tasting reservation by visiting either winery’s website – www.amavicellars.com and www.pepperbridge.com.

L’Ecole No. 41 Now Open

Under Phase 2 Guidelines

Walla Walla’s L’Ecole No. 41 Winery is now open daily under Phase 2 guidelines. To provide a safe experience for all customers, reservations are strongly encouraged. Walk-ins are also welcomed but will potentially require a short wait time. Aside from the option of indoor seated tastings, guests may opt to enjoy the beautiful deck and L’Ecole’s spacious back yard.

The winery also continues to offer curbside pickups daily as well as free local delivery of four or more bottles. And, of course, you can still order wine online by logging onto: www.lecole.com or by calling (509) 525-0940. L’Ecole No. 41 is located at 41 Lowden School Rd., Walla Walla, WA. 99362.

Forgeron Cellars’ Walla Walla Tasting Room

Is Now Open Under Phase 2 Guidelines

Planning a trip to wine country? We at Forgeron Cellars would love to host you at our Downtown Walla Walla Winery, taste through some barrels and pop some corks with you. Just don’t forget that the new tasting room hours in Walla Walla are 12 p.m. to 6 p.m. on Saturdays only, or by appointment anytime. Just call ahead so that we can make sure that we are ready for you and your group of up to five people.

With an extended stay-at-home order in King County, we are unable to welcome you into our Woodinville Tasting Room for wine tasting at this point, but we remain available for curbside pick-ups and virtual tastings. We want to thank everyone who has participated in our virtual tastings; they have been such a success that we will continue to host them for our pleasure and your entertainment, even after the pandemic has subsided.

If you are unable to join us online during our group virtual tastings, all you need to do is to call us to schedule a personal, virtual wine tasting experience. We can suggest wines, pairings, and have a fun and informational chat about Forgeron, wine, wine country, and more. Each virtual tasting experience will be hosted by our head winemaker, Cody Janett and/or your favorite staff member.

Don’t hesitate to contact us about special offers, purchases and more. Our phone number in Walla Walla is (509) 522-9463 and our phone number in Woodinville is (425) 242-8872. Our staff is here to make your life easier and cater to all of your wine needs.

Following are press releases from Washington wineries that have not as yet moved into Phase 1,5 or Phase 2 explaining the options they will be offering until they are able to offer in-person tastings.

Purple Star Winery Offering

4-Pack Special through June

Kyle and Amy Johnson of Purple Star Winery have announced that they are offering a 20% discount on a four-pack of their most popular wines. The four-pack consists of one bottle of Purple Star Rosè, one bottle of Purple Star Syrah, one bottle of Purple Star Cabernet and one bottle of Muret-Gaston Red Blend. With the 20% discount, the price of the four pack is $70.40. Wine club members will receive their additional membership discount.

Purchases can be picked up curbside or shipped for an additional charge. To purchase the four pack, call (509) 628-7799. Or order online at: http://terravinumwines.orderport.net/product-details/0242/4-Pack-Special. Purple Star Winery is located at 56504 N. East Roza Rd., Benton City, WA. 99320.

Palencia Wine Company/Monarcha Winery

During the current shutdown of Washington wineries due to the Coronavirus Pandemic, sister wineries Palencia Wine Company and Monarcha Winery have opened their tasting rooms for pick up orders from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Fridays and Saturdays.

As an incentive to order wine to go during the month of May, both tasting rooms will be offering the following specials — Palencia Mourvedre, $20; Monarcha Rose Trio, $30; Spring Trio of Chardonnay, Riesling, & Monarcha Sauvignon Blanc, $30; Rhone Rangers Trio – Palencia Syrah, Grenache, & Casa Amarilla (GSM) vintages 2016, $75; Butterfly Pair, $24: One bottle each of 2015 Monarcha Merlot & 2016 Monarcha Cabernet.

The tasting room at Monarcha Winery is also selling Victor Palencia’s famous Rose’ wine slushies (Frose’) to-go in branded 20 oz. reusable wine tumblers. You can order wine to go for pickup at either tasting room by visiting: https://shop.palenciawine.com/all-wines-c6.aspx. Or by calling Allison Hahn, Retail Sales and Hospitality Manager, at: (509) 820-3993.

The Monarcha Winery Tasting Room is located at 421 E Columbia Dr., Kennewick, WA 99336. (509) 820-3993. And the new Palencia Wine Company’s Tasting Room, known as Bodega Palencia, is located at 8011 Keene Rd.,West Richland, WA. 99363. (509) 967-8230.

Zillah Wineries Are Getting Creative

Like all other wineries throughout the state of Washington that have been shut down for in-person tastings since mid-March, the two dozen wineries in Zillah, WA., have had to be creative in trying to entice people to purchase their wine without tasting – like making it so affordable, so accessible, or an experience that’s so interactive that it’s simply irresistible.

DISCOUNTS

Bonair Winery has remained nearly as busy as ever by offering “Crisis Prices”, accompanied by a pricing sheet available on their website with wholesale pricing available to the public. Their outstanding Bung Dog red blend is selling for just $8/bottle and their prized Morrison Vineyard Cabernet Sauvignon, made from 42-year-old vines, is being offered at $23. They have an additional 13 wines at massive discounts. Walk in service or curb side service is available 7 days a week from 11-4.

BARREL TASTINGS

Ruby Magdalena Vineyards is small. In fact, it’s the smallest winery in the Rattlesnake Hills AVA. But their take-home barrel tasting promotion has been a huge success. This is one of the most unique opportunities in Washington State wine tasting. They are bottling wine directly from the barrel and selling sample packs to enjoy at home. Each pack includes detailed tasting notes to make the experience even more enjoyable.

VIRTUAL INTERACTION

Two Mountain Winery has made it possible to “kick it” digitally with their customers, who can order wine and set up a #Rawndezvous appointment on-line with Wine Club Manager Susie McFerran and Tasting Room Manager Marcos. Customers can video chat with Susie and Marcos and even participate in virtual tastings. They’ve recently set up virtual chats with people from as far as away as Montana and Chicago.

The winery is also hosting live #VirtualCheers events on Instagram with winemaker Matt Rawn and grape grower Patrick Rawn. They’re lively and entertaining events –a virtual party, of sorts, and a way for people to stay connected.

During the Coronavirus lockdown, Joe and Allison Campbell of Simcoe Winery have been hosting virtual tastings through Zoom and Facebook, including having local musicians performing on Facebook and Instagram. They are also continuing their popular Wine Down Wednesday events, but for now in the virtual world.

Several other Zillah wineries are offering additional virtual opportunities as well, making it a perfect opportunity to learn all about wines and the wine industry. Check out social media for Van Arnam Vineyards, Severino Cellars and Fortuity Cellars. J Bell Cellars is offering food to go in addition to wine on the weekends. Tanjuli Winery invites visitors picking up wine to take a stroll in their Estate Vineyard. Maison de Padgett and Horizon’s Edge Winery provided bulk wine for a local distillery to make hand sanitizer.

ZILLAH’S COMBINED EFFORTS

In addition to the individual winery efforts, the Zillah Chamber of Commerce has stepped up and created events that are inclusive of all the Zillah wineries and their offerings. Their latest event is called “Zillah Winery Bingo – Deals, Steals and Crisis Prices.” The listing includes updated winery offerings, which tasting rooms have walk in service (purchases to go only), curb side, delivery and pickup, plus hours, phone numbers and links to each website. The goal is to make a drive through Zillah for wine purchases as efficient as possible.

All Zillah wineries are offering curbside, delivery, pickup or a combination of all options. Information can be found on the Zillah Chamber of Commerce Facebook page. Contact information for all Zillah wineries can be found by logging onto: www.discoverwashingtonwine.com. When the site opens, click on the “Wineries” tab at the top of the page. When the “Wineries” page opens, scroll all the way down to the bottom of the page until you find the list of Zillah wineries.

Hamilton Cellars

During the Coronavirus outbreak, Hamilton Cellars is offering free delivery of wine in the Tri-Cities area – including West Richland and Benton City – with a minimum purchase of six bottles. The Red Mountain winery is also offering no contact, curbside delivery for those who would like to purchase wine by phone or online and pick it up.  Until the ban on in-person tasting is lifted, Hamilton Cellars is offering a 50% discount on case purchases of their two red blends – Bona Vita and Lowell Lee Tribute blend, along with a 10% discount on all other wines. For wine club members, the 10% discount is in addition to their club discount.

For those who live outside of the Tri-Cities, Hamilton Cellars is offering half-price shipping with a minimum purchase of sox bottles. Half-price shipping does not apply to the red blends. Hamilton Cellars is located at 55410 North Sunset Road, Benton City, WA, 99320. You can order wine by phone by calling (509) 628-8227. Our you can order from Hamilton Cellars online wine store at: www.hamiltoncellars.com/wine-list.

Milbrandt Vineyards/Ryan Patrick Wines

From the bottom of our hearts, our family owned wineries – Milbrandt Vineyards and Ryan Patrick Wines – appreciate your continued business. You are helping us stay afloat during these uncertain times. Please know that you can always place orders online and receive them in a timely manner. Due to health mandates, our doors are only open for bottle purchases, curbside pick-up and to-go orders until further notice. To place to-go orders, please call one of our locations and let us know when you will be stopping by so we can prepare your order. The phone numbers at our three tastings room locations are: Prosser (509) 788-0030; Woodinville (425) 949-7660; Leavenworth (509) 888-2236..

Again, until we can serve you without restrictions at our three Washington tasting rooms, feel free to order online at: www.milbrandtvineyards.com and at: www.ryanpatrickwines.com. We stand by Washington and the rest of our hard-working country.

Butch Milbrandt

Coyote Canyon Winery

All of us at Coyote Canyon Winery miss the personal interaction of visiting with our friends and loyal customers and we are hopeful to be able to open for tastings soon. In the meantime, we invite you to join us for four virtual tastings during the month of June on the 5th, 12th, 19th and 25th. Each virtual tasting will start at 4:30 p.m. To learn how to join in on our virtual tastings during the month of June, call (509) 786-7686. Currently we do not know the date for reopening, but we’ll keep you informed as we receive information from the Governor’s office.

Until we are able to reopen for in-person tastings, here’s how you can buy your favorite Coyote Canyon wine. You can place an order online and have it shipped to you, or you can pick it up at our tasting room in Prosser, WA., located in the Winemakers Loft at 357 Port Avenue, Studio A.   You can access our online store by logging onto: www.coyotecanyonwinery.com.

If you would like to pick up your wine, please call us at (509) 786-7686 and let us know when you will be stopping by so we can have your order ready when you arrive.  Our staff will be available to help you from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday.  We’ll bring wine to your car or you can pick it up in the tasting room but you cannot taste wine.

Mike and Marti Andrews and the entire Coyote Canyon staff.

Tucannon Cellars Offering Free Local Delivery

Tucannon Cellars, located in Benton City, WA., is now offering free delivery of wine every day of the week to customers who live in the greater Tri-Cities (WA.) area. To place an order, simply send an email to: info@tucannoncellars.com with your order, phone number and your delivery address and your wine will be delivered to your door the same day. If you have a credit card on file at the winery, your order will be charged to that card unless you indicate otherwise.

If you live in Washington but outside of the Tri-Cities, your order will be shipped to you via UPS with free shipping on the purchase of six bottles or more. For Tucannon Cellars complete wine list, visit: www.tucannoncellars.com. You may also order directly from the website. For more information about Tucannon Cellars, feel free to call Ethen Warren at (509) 545-9588.

We look forward to being able to serve you in person again once we are able to open our tasting room without restrictions.

The entire team at Tucannon Cellars

Avennia Winery

Like all wineries in Washington, Avennia Winery is closed for tastings at its Woodinville tasting room through Sunday, May 31.   However, we are offering curbside pickup of bottle purchases during regular business hours – daily from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. for club and prepaid orders. All we ask is that you call ahead at (425) 482-4363 to let us know when you are coming so we can have your order ready when you arrive. You don’t even have to get out of your car when you get here.

During this time, you can also place online orders at: www.avennia.com. If you would like us to ship your order to you, shipping via UPS ground will be included at no charge for all NEW purchases of three or more standard bottles or two or more magnums. You are also welcome to pick up your online order curbside at the tasting room, which is located at 19255 Woodinville-Snohomish Road NE, Suite #1, Woodinville, WA 98072

We look forward to serving you again in our tasting room once the restrictions have been lifted.

Your Friends at Avvenia Winery

Col Solare Winery

Our priority at Col Solare has always been and continues to be the safety and well-being of our employees and our customers. In accordance with the guidance from the state government, we have temporarily closed both our Red Mountain and Bottega tasting rooms to the public.

In light of this closure, all public events, including our club events, have been cancelled through Sunday, May 31 at this time.  We will continue to monitor this situation closely and re-open our doors when we feel it is safe for us to do so.

As wine to-go sales and pick-ups from wineries/tasting rooms are still permitted, we will offer the option of curbside pick-up at our Red Mountain location from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday and at the Woodinville Bottega from 12 p.m. -5 p.m. daily. Please call the tasting rooms to schedule your pick up at 509-588-6806 (Red Mountain), 425-415-3330 (Woodinville Bottega), or via email at info@colsolare.com

We understand that you may prefer to shop our wines online during this time so we will be offering penny ground shipping through March 31st on all wine purchases.

If you have any questions, our team is here to help, please call our concierge team at 877-319-3417 or via email at orders@colsolare.com

Thank you for your understanding and we look forward to the opportunity to host you soon.

Your Friends at Col Solare 

Terra Blanca Winery & Estate Vineyards

We’re Still Open… Just not for tastings and on-site dining. We are doing our part by closing for tastings in our Red Mountain and Spokane locations and on-site dining at our Red Mountain Vineyard Grill. During this time, our staff will be available for curbside wine delivery to your vehicle. Just give us a call at (509) 588-6082 or contact us at: info@terrablanca.com to place your order.

To help support our guests, community, and staff here at Terra Blanca, we are rolling out a brand-new Dinner-To-Go program at our flagship Red Mountain winery.  We know you love Chef Jim’s creations and how well they match with our Red Mountain estate wines. Our new Dinner-To-Go option is a way we can provide for our community and staff in a time of need with dinner and a bottle of wine to go for you to enjoy in the comfort of your home.

Small businesses of all kinds and their employees in our community will need your support now more than ever!  Consider ordering take-out from your favorite local restaurants, buy gift certificates for dinners, wine, and other services in the future, and help small businesses stay in business.  Many small businesses will experience unprecedented reductions in revenue without additional support, let’s make sure we help them to survive.

Thank you for your continued support of Terra Blanca, especially through challenging times such as these. We will continue to keep you updated as this situation develops.

Keith & Renae Pilgrim

Owners, Terra Blanca Winery & Estate Vineyard

Brian Carter Cellars

It goes without saying that we have all been affected by COVID-19 and the impact that it has had on every facet of our lives. But it has also brought about a restored sense of community – neighbors helping neighbors and strangers reaching out to those in need. And while it’s unfortunate – though necessary – that we must make some changes to our normal business operations for a while, we are ready to do what we can to continue to serve you and support our staff while making everyone’s stay at home a little more enjoyable.

While we won’t be able to provide tastings for the time being, our Woodinville tasting room will remain open Wednesdays through Sundays from 12 p.m. to 5 p.m. to accommodate to-go bottle sales, wine club pick-ups, and curbside delivery service. Simply place your order online or by phone, let us know when you’d like to stop by, and we’ll be ready for you. We’ll also continue offering free in-state shipping on all orders of three bottles or more.

We will, of course, keep you informed of any changes as they come our way. If you have any questions or need assistance, please reach out at (425) 806-9463 or email us at: info@briancartercellars.com. We are so grateful for your continued support.   Wine is an amazing and enduring connector of people, and we are looking forward to seeing you again soon.

Your Brian Carter Cellars Family

14 Hands Winery

Our priority at 14 Hands has always been and continues to be the safety and well-being of our employees and our customers. In accordance with the guidance from the State of Washington, we have temporarily closed our Prosser tasting room to the public. In light of this closure, all public events, including our club events, have been cancelled through Sunday, May 31. We will continue to monitor the situation closely and re-open when we feel it is safe for us to do so.

As wine to-go sales and pick-ups from wineries/tasting rooms are still permitted, we will offer curbside pick-up from 2 p.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Please call the tasting room at (509) 786–5514 and we will bring your wine out to you. Curbside pick-up is available to all 14 Hands customers. We understand that you may prefer to shop our wines online during this time so we will be offering flat rate shipping through March 31st on all wine purchases.

If you have any questions, our team is here to help. Simply call our concierge team at (800) 301-0773 or email us at: orders@14hands.com. Thank you for your understanding and we look forward to seeing you soon.

Your Friends at 14 Hands

Goose Ridge Winery

In an effort to ensure the health, safety and well-being of our employees, our customers, wine club members and our community, we have made the decision to temporarily cease in-person tastings at our four Washington tasting rooms – Richland, Woodinville, Leavenworth and Walla Walla. We will remain open for pick-up orders (including curbside delivery) at our Richland and Woodinville tasting rooms seven days a week from 1 p.m. to 6 p.m. For assistance with pick-up orders, shipment, or any other business needs, our team members are available by phone in Woodinville at (425) 488-0200, in Richland at (509) 628-3880, and via email at: info@gooseridge.com to assist you. We are thinking about you in these difficult times and look forward to raising a glass with you in person soon.

The Entire Team at Goose Ridge Winery