Located in the historic Broadview Dairy building in downtown
Spokane, Caterina Winery has been producing
hand-crafted wines since 1993.

Touring Region
Current Weather
Fair
Fair, 37° F

Amenities
Tasting Room, Retail Sales, Wedding Facilities, Reception Facilities, Picnic Area, Gift Shop

Hours of Operation
Wednesday through Sunday from 12-6.

Open to the Public
Yes

Yearly Production (in cases)
2500

Variety List
Cabernet Sauvignon
Chardonnay
Merlot
Sauvignon Blanc
Viognier

Wines
Cabernet Sauvignon
DuBrul Vineyard Reserve Merlot
Imposter
Merlot
Merlot
VII
VII
Viognier
Willard Family Vineyard Reserve Merlot
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Our Story

Caterina Winery produces wines that express the quality of Washington State grapes and the distinctiveness of its terroir. Our tradition of handcrafting premium wines began as a tribute to a beloved Italian Grandmother.

We opened our doors in 1993 with award-winning wines from premium grapes from the Yakima and Walla Walla Valleys and since then have continued the Caterina legacy of creating wines that showcase the beauty and elegance of Washington state fruit. New owner and winemaker Don Townshend is a fixture in the Spokane wine community and we are thrilled to bring his winemaking expertise and passion to Caterina!

We follow the traditions of meticulous attention to detail; we remain closely connected with each and every lot of wine up until the thoughtful selection of barrels where we lay the wine to rest. We then relinquish our guidance, and the wine is put to sleep much as a very young child. It is during this rest period that the wine evolves, essentially "grows" on its own until, as with most things youthful, it passes through a phase of independence.

Located in the historic Broadview Dairy building, a Spokane landmark since the 1920s, our winery and tasting room is just a skip across the river from downtown Spokane. We invite you to join us and celebrate our tradition of crafting wines to enjoy and share.

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