Founded in 2008, Amelia Wynn Winery produces Bordeaux, Rhone, Italian, and Spanish varietal wines. Owner and vintner Paul Bianchi participated in his first crush 24 years ago and has gone on to produce wines that have won numerous national awards as well as 94 point scores.
INSIDER'S SCOOP: The downtown, Winslow Way tasting room also serves as a bistro, featuring locally sourced, fresh and rotating plates along with wine tasting and glass pours.
TASTING ROOM & BISTRO
390 Winslow Way E
.4 miles from ferry
9974 NE Point View Drive. Tasting at the winery by appointment only.
6.6 miles from ferry
Amelia Wynn Winery & Armstrong Gallery
.5 miles from ferry
Mon-Thurs 12-7, Fri & Sat 12-8, Sun 12-7
Dog friendly, kid friendly, snacks available for purchase.
100% island grown, crushed and bottled. Bainbridge Vineyards is passionate about creating wine from the ground up. On 7 acres of historic farmland, they tend to the rare and elegant varietals that thrive in the Puget Sound and produce exceptional wine with authentic island heritage. With a limited production of approximately 1,200 cases annually, their wine is made exclusively from their own island-grown grapes and fruit.
INSIDER'S SCOOP: One of only two wineries that grow their grapes on the Island, Bainbridge Vineyards grape vines were planted in 1977 and are certified organic.
Eagle Harbor Wine Co. has been crafting fine wines on Bainbridge Island since 2005. They passionately apply old world winemaking techniques to predominately produce Bordeaux style reds from some of Washington’s finest vineyards. They strive to create complex wines which taste great now and will get even better over time.
INSIDER'S SCOOP: Live music every Sunday this summer at the winery! 3-5 pm.
Eleven Winery is dedicated to producing great wine and ensuring you have a great time drinking it. Eleven believes in simplicity in their winemaking to produce complexity in the wine. Production focuses on somewhat offbeat varieties including Mourvedre, Malbec, Syrah, Petit Verdot, Pinot Grigio, Roussanne, Viognier, and a few others. The wine line up includes a dry rosé as well as both white and red dessert wines.
INSIDER'S SCOOP: Eleven is the largest winery on the Island and has live music at the winery every Sunday from 2-5pm!
Fletcher Bay Winery is truly a one of a kind boutique winery specializing in crafting limited release, full bodied, flavorful red, white and fruit wines using grapes from the finest vineyards in Eastern Washington. French, Hungarian, and Virginia oak barrels are used to complete the aging process resulting in wines which exude quality and character.
Barrel tasting available on request.
INSIDER'S SCOOP: Fletcher Bay Winery has two locations on the island with the winery located next to the only brewery on the island. Specially priced glasses of wine and live music every Wednesday from 6-8pm.
The Winslow Way tasting room is just steps from the Seattle Bainbridge ferry and one door down from the Bainbridge Island Museum of Art. Rooftop seating often open in the summertime!
WINERY & TASTING ROOM
9415 Coppertop Loop NE #102
2.5 miles from ferry
500 Winslow Way E
.4 miles from ferry
Perennial Vintners is a small vineyard and winery specializing in the delicate, fragrant and floral wines from the maritime-influenced cool climate viticulture of the Puget Sound AVA with some newer plantings, and some of the oldest grapevines in Washington state. This winery is known for its unique wine varieties including Melon de Bourgogne, Siegerrebe, Müller Thurgau and Lemberger. If you’re looking for something sweeter, they produce Frambelle, a raspberry dessert wine, made from 100% Bainbridge Island raspberries.
INSIDER'S SCOOP: This winery is also home to the smallest commercial vineyard in Washington state - just 2.5 acres. The winemaker, owner and vineyard manager, Mike, will be the one pouring your wine, always gives a vineyard tour and passionately shares the history of grape growing on the island with every customer.
Rolling Bay is a small, artisan winery located in the Rolling Bay area of the island. They specialize in creating limited quantities of hand crafted premium wine from grapes grown on Snipes Mountain, one of Washington State’s newer AVAs and oldest vineyards.
INSIDER'S SCOOP: The winemaker/owner, Alphonse, is always on hand greeting guests and sharing barrel samples.
WINERY & TASTING ROOM
11272 Sunrise Drive NE
4.5 miles from ferry