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VISITING & TASTING

SIX DISTINCT WINERIES

EACH WITH A PASSION FOR MAKING GREAT WINE
Discover one of Washington’s best kept secrets at six boutique wineries on Bainbridge Island.  Bainbridge Island is a short 35 minute ferry ride from Seattle and is an easy drive from Kitsap County and beyond.

Each winery has a passion for making great wine with handcrafted style.  The wines of Bainbridge Island are produced in limited quantity using some of the finest grapes grown on Bainbridge Island and Eastern Washington.  Each winery is unique and provides a truly one of a kind tasting experience. 

GRAPES GROWN ON ISLAND

AND SOURCED FROM THE FINEST VINEYARDS IN EASTERN WASHINGTON
Grape growing on the island goes back to the 1970s, but many of the wineries got started after 2003.

Bainbridge Island isn't just another wine region, it's part of the Puget Sound AVA which provides a unique growing climate for wines like Muller Thurgau, Siegerrebe and Melon de Bourgogne which you'll find at the two island vineyards, Bainbridge Vineyards and Perrenial Vineyards.  If more recognized varietals like Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot or Pinot Grigio are more your style, you'll find that here too.  Other wineries on the island source their grapes from established and old vine vineyards in Eastern Washington putting their island spin on these much loved varietal wines.  

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WINE LOVE

WE POUR PASSION INTO EVERY BOTTLE. TASTE THE DIFFERENCE.
We pour our passion into every bottle and love to share that with our visitors.

Visit any of the island wineries and the winemaker will likely be the one pouring your wine or giving you a tour of their winery.

Grab a friend, hop on the ferry and explore the wineries of Bainbridge Island.

 

For the best possible tasting experience, please limit group sizes to 6 or smaller or call ahead for reservations. 

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EXPLORING BAINBRIDGE ISLAND

PLACES TO STAY AND THINGS TO DO

 In addition to our six artisan wineries, check out a micro-brewery, an organic distillery, 32 miles of trails and 1600 acres of parkland, beaches, one of a kind restaurants, a world class art museum, and Bloedel Reserve, a 150 acres nature preserve with twelve distinct gardens.

With so much to do on the island, you’ll need at least a couple of days to cover it all.   There are several choices for lodging on the island, including bed and breakfasts, inns, hotels, and charming island vacation rentals.  Some lodging is available within walking distance to downtown businesses and attractions, and others are situated around the Island.  You can even choose to stay on the water if you so desire. Check out Visit Bainbridge Island for a one-stop lodging booking.

The wineries are located within 10 miles of each other. If you don't have a car, there are many transportation options to get you around. Bike Rentals available at the ferry terminal: Bike Barn Rentals 206.842.3434 

Taxis: Taxis & Tours 206.842.7660 or Viking Cab 360.244.4420 

Bainbridge Island Ride: Dial a ride shuttle service through Kitsap Transit. 844.424.7433 Monday-Friday: until 3:15 p.m. Saturday: until 6:00 p.m. Sunday: not available.

Tour Bainbridge: If you are looking for transportation or a tour for a large group or just a few friends contact 

Tour Bainbridge at 833-424-8687 or go to tourbainbridge.com

PNW Tours & Pours: All-inclusive wine tour and transportation.  Transportation to breweries and distilleries as well.  

www.pnwtoursandpours.com or 360-468-5565

Lux Ride Pro: Private car and driver service. Lux Ride Pro to book or more information.

GETTING AROUND
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