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We were passing through on our way to Anacortes to take the ferry ⛴ to Friday Harbor. We found this winery on Google.
I am so happy we stopped. The place inside and outside was beautiful. The owner was absolutely amazing on helping us with...More
It was not a winery like you imagine like a vineyard but more of a tasting room. The two ladies helping us were very friendly. Wine tasting was $5 per person but if you buy a bottle then it is free. You should stop by...More
The winery was closed in January and February but finally open in March. The small tasting room is in an old milking shed on some pretty land outside Mt Vernon and very cute.
They had a nice selection of wines, both red and white an...More
We stopped here and enjoyed the free wine tasting and friendly woman working the bar, but they're out of cider. There was an art exhibition being held, and that was fun to browse. Definitely worth a stop but we were disappointed not to try any...More
This winery had a mix of hard ciders and wine. The ciders were interesting ... they had one that was aged in whiskey barrels that was unlike anything I'd ever had before. I wasn't too fond of the wines; most of them were pretty sweet...More
If you are close or plan to be close to Mount Vernon Washington in the next couple of weeks be sure to take in the Tulip Festival and visit the winery too. What a deal. We got to see the tulips and also taste some...More
The lady who owns the winery was nice, she might have been a little tipsy, which is alright by me! We were on our way to Bellingham when I started looking for wineries. They gave like 3 small tastes complimentary and you could try more...More
Whoo Hoo - we get to be the first review of an awesome up-and-coming Skagit Valley winery! I've previousy written about Sweetie Pie Cider (see review for Queen of the Valley B&B in La Conner), but never thought to review the winery itself. Tulip Valley...More