Wind Rose Cellars

Premium producer of Italian varieties grown here in Washington State.

Touring Region
Current Weather
Light Rain
Light Rain, 50° F

Amenities
Gift Shop, Tasting Room, Retail Sales, Restaurant / Food

Hours of Operation
June-September Mon-Thur 1-8pm Friday 1-9pm LIVE MUSIC Saturday 12-9pm LIVE MUSIC Sunday 1-5pm October-May Monday, Wednesday & Thursday 3-8pm Friday 3-9pm Sat 1-9 Sun 1-4 By appointment as well.

Open to the Public
Yes

Yearly Production (in cases)
1600

Variety List
Muscat Blanc
Barbera
Blend - Other Red
Tempranillo
Sangiovese
Nebbiolo
Malbec
Dolcetto
Cabernet Sauvignon

Wines
2009 Bravo Rosso
2010 Dolcetto SOLD OUT!
2009 Nebbiolo
2009 Barbera
Tasting Rooms
Wind Rose Cellars - Premium producer of Italian varieties grown here in Washington State.
Award wining wines: 2009 Bravo Rosso Italian Style blend Silver: NW Wine Summit Washington State Wine Competition San Francisco International Wine competition 2010 Barbera Rose Wahluke Slope Bronze: NW Wine Summit Washington State Wine Competition San Francisco International Wine competition

Our Story

Wind Rose Cellars is a joint project of husband and wife team David Volmut and Jennifer States. David has direct work experience in four crushes, and understands that there is more that
goes into making a premium bottle of wine than just dreams, romance and the perfect vineyard alone. Food has always been a passion for David and he sees wine as the penultimate form
of food. Over the past few years, David and Jennifer have made trips to Italy, particularly Piedmont and Sicily, as they hone their craft.With deep Italian roots, their wines primarily focus on Italian varieties found on the Eastern side of Washington. Grown
in small quantities, they continue to search and try new sites, allowing for their small and lot production, typically 75-100 cases
per lot. Their winemaking style is to be true to the variety where possible, with a focus on the fruit flavors and acids found within.
With longer maceration on the skins, their reds have developed structure and depth, but should be approachable in their youth.
Winemaking is at their facility in Sequim (pronounced “skwim”), located at the base of the Olympics.

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