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Spokane is a destination for wine. Including Nectar Tasting Room, 26 wineries call Spokane home. Whether you are a local who is exploring the region one sip at a time, or you’re visiting for conventions, golf, travel, skiing or more, you need to take a moment and get a sip of Spokane. Explore the majestic views and award winning wines at Arbor Crest. See pioneer Mike Conway of Latah Creek. Spend the afternoon in Greenbluff picking fruit and sipping wine. Relax with a sip overlooking Liberty Lake at Liberty Lake Wine Cellars. Go urban with amazing boutique wineries like Ovebluff, Barili, Vintage Hill, Robert Karl, Whitestone, Nodland Cellars and Grande Ronde. Take a trip through time in historic facilities at Barrister, Caterina, Lone Canary, and Knipprath. Finally, celebrate life in the foothills of Mt Spokane at Mountain Dome.

If you\’re a local or visiting Spokane, stay current on local wine events, tasting room happenings and reviews on this page!

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\"Arbor 1. Arbor Crest- Arbor Crest is Spokane\’s largest and most iconic winery. The Arbor Crest historic Cliff House looms high on a hilltop overlooking the Spokane Valley. Arbor Crest is Spokane\’s most widely distributed wine.

  • See the NectarWineBlog Review
  • Favorite: Sauvignon Blanc $8-10
  • Tasting Room Hours:
    • Cliff House Daily Noon – 5PM; 509-927-9463
    • River Park Square 11 – 7 Mon-Thurs, 11-9 Fri-Sat, 11-5 Sun.
  • Tasting Room Fees:
  • Amazing view and property grounds at the historic Riblet mansion. Summer concert series on Sunday (June – October)

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\"Barili 2. Barili Cellars One of Spokane’s newest wineries located at 608 W. 2ndAve

  • See the NectarWineBlog review
  • Favorite: I really enjoyed the Viognier AND the Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Tasting Room Hours: Open by appointment and during First Friday; 509-995-4077
  • Tasting Room Fees:
  • Why you should visit: Cool urban winery with a great entry way. Only open a few times per year (First Friday, Special Events)

**First Friday Participant**

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\"Barrister 3. Barrister WineryBarrister is located in a 25,000 sq ft 100 year old building in downtown Spokane at 1213 W Railroad Ave. Started by two lawyer friends as a hobby, Barrister now produces nearly 3000 cases of quality red wine!

  • See the NectarWineBlog Review
  • Favorite: Rough Justice Blend $20
  • Tasting Room Hours: Tue – Sat Noon – 5pm 509-465-3591
  • Tasting Room Fees: $5 – refundable with purchase of wine
  • Why you should visit: Beautiful tasting room and event facility (largest of all wineries in town), ask for a tour of the barrel room

**First Friday Participant**

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\"Caterina 4. Caterina WineryHistoric Broadmore Dairy building with winemaker Don Townshend. Located conveniently at 905 N. Washington

  • See the NectarWineBlog Review
  • Favorite: 2008 Viongier
  • Tasting Room Hours: Noon – 6pm Wed-Sun 509-328-5069
  • Tasting Room Fees:
  • Why you should visit: Beautiful tasting room with large event space. Close to Riverfront Park

**First Friday Participant**

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\"Grande 5. Grande RondeQuality wines (four 90+ point wines) located near the Davenport Hotel at 905 W. 2nd Ave

  • See the NectarWineBlog Review
  • Favorite: Pepper Bridge Cabernet Sauvignon
  • Tasting Room Hours: Wed – Sat 11AM – 5PM 509-455-8161
  • Tasting Room Fees:
  • Why you should visit: Cool tasting room with wine related retail and tastings from Grande Ronde and Mountain Dome. When you’re done tasting, enjoy a fantastic dinner next door at Wild Sage

**First Friday Participant**

\"\" 6. Knipprath CellarsLocated in a historic schoolhouse and producing unique WA Wine (Pinot Noir, Port and more) at 5634 E Commerce Ave.

  • See the NectarWineBlog Review
  • Divine Coffee Port, try a shot of Coffee Port with a Shot of LaV for a wino espresso
  • Tasting Room Hours: Wed – Sun Noon-5PM 509-534-5121
  • Tasting Room Fees:
  • Why you should visit: Unique tasting experiences of Port, dessert wine, Sangria (seasonal) and more

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\"\" 7. Latah CreekSpokane’s oldest winery with a broad selection of white, sweet white and quality red wines. Visit them at 13030 E Indiana in the Spokane Valley

  • See the NectarWineBlog Review
  • Favorite: Vinosity Red Blend $20
  • Tasting Room Hours: Daily from 9am – 5pm 509-926-0164
  • Tasting room fees:
  • Why you should visit: Tasting room also includes a huge gift shop with a big selection of boutique and gift items. Conveniently located near the Spokane Valley mall.

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\"Liberty 8. Liberty Lake Wine CellarsOne of Spokane’s newest wineries located on beautiful Liberty Lake. Stop by their tasting room at 1018 S. Garry Rd in Liberty Lake

  • See the NectarWineBlog Review
  • Favorite: 2006 Red Mountain Merlot
  • Tasting Room Hours: Most Saturday’s; call ahead 509-255-9205
  • Tasting room fees:
  • Why you should visit: Great up and coming wine maker with quality wine AND and amazingly beautiful view

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Mike Scott (in the video) is the original founder of Lone Canary. He has moved on from this position and the winery is now owned by Don Townshend.\"\" 9. Lone CanaryThe little yellow canary continues to fly in a new location and under new ownership. Lone Canary shares tasting room space at 905 N Washington along with Caterina Winery.

  • See the NectarWineBlog Review
  • Favorite: Birdhouse Red $12
  • Tasting Room Hours: 905 N Washington Thur-Sun Noon – 6PM (later on First Friday) 509-534-9062
  • Tasting room fees:
  • Why you should visit: Quality wine making. Ask them how they got their name.

**First Friday Participant**

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\"Mountain 10. Mountain DomeSpokane’s only sparkling wine producer! They are located in North East Spokane at 16315 E Temple Rd.

  • See the NectarWineBlog Review
  • Favorite: NV Brut $10-12
  • Tasting Room Hours: Sat and Sun 11-4, also visit Grande Ronde to taste the sparkling wine 509-928-2788
  • Tasting room fees:
  • Why you should visit: Take a tour of Spokane’s only sparkling wine production and possibly get a glimpse of the gnomes that live in the forest behind the winery

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\"Nodland 11. Nodland CellarsSpokane’s smallest boutique winery. One white and one red produced annually. Visit Nodland in the Valley at 11616 E Montgomery.

  • See the NectarWineBlog Review
  • Favorite: 2006 Reserve Cabernet
  • Tasting Room Hours: Sat 12-4 pm; call first 509-927-7770
  • Tasting room fees: $3-5 refundable with purchase of wine
  • Why you should visit: Wine is liquid art and the two selections will delight your senses. Close to Latah Creek, so stop by both in one trip

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\"Overbluff 12. Overbluff Cellars -Overbluff Cellars began in 2006 when winemakers John Caudill and Gerald Gibson partnered to create world class Cabernet Sauvignons, feeling successful in this endeavor the mission continues with exciting new wines including Syrah, Merlot, Viognier, and Semillion.

  • See the NectarWineBlog review
  • Favorite: The Duality Cab
  • Tasting Room Hours: Fri 2-6pm,  Sat 12-5; (509)991-4781; 620 S. Washington
  • Tasting room fees
  • Reason why you should visit: Fantastic new winery making some fantasic juice just south of downtown Spokane.

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\"Robert 13. Robert Karl CellarsBoutique and hand crafted wines that are annually receiving high marks at wine shows and in wine magazines. Stop by and say, \”Hi\” to Rebecca and Joe at 115 W. Pacific.

  • See the NectarWineBlog Review
  • Favorite: 2007 Claret $20
  • Tasting Room Hours: Thu-Fri 2-5pm Sat Noon-5pm 509-363-1353
  • Tasting room fees: $5 – refundable with purchase of wine
  • Reason why you should visit: Rebecca and Joe will give you the grand tour of how wine is made (all in house). If you’re lucky you’ll see some production in action!

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\"Townshend 14. Townshend CellarsThe 10 mile drive North is well worth it!

  • See the NectarWineBlog Review
  • Favorite: 2007 Malbec or NV Huckleberry Brut
  • Tasting Room Hours: Open Fri-Sun Noon – 6pm 509-238-1400
  • Tasting room fees:
  • Why you should visit: One of Spokane’s wine darlings. The location and the wine are spectacular

 

 

 

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\"Trezzi Not on Map: Trezzi Farm.Trezzi Farm is a vineyard and a restaurant. Stop by their tasting room and stay for dinner 17700 N. Dunn Rd in Green Bluff

  • See the NectarWineBlog Review
  • Favorite: Estate grown Barbera from grapes right outside the tasting room.
  • Tasting Room Hours: Fri-Sun Noon – 6pm 509-238-2276
  • Tasting room fees:
  • Why you should visit: The list is long…lasagna, pomento, pasta, the views, estate grown wine, beautiful tasting room…lasagna.

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\"Vintage 15. Vintage Hill CellarsOne of Spokane’s newest wineries in the heart of downtown Spokane. Vintage Hill is located at 319 W. 2nd Ave

  • See the NectarWineBlog Review
  • Favorite: Really enjoyed the Viognier but also dig the diverse aroma on the 2007 Syrah (releasing in Fall 2010)
  • Tasting Room Hours: Open most Saturdays; call ahead 509-624-3792
  • Tasting room fees:
  • Why you should visit: Cool eclectic space with urban modern vibe!

**First Friday Participant**

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\"Whitestone 16. Whitestone WineryWilbur WA vineyard and vintner with new tasting room in downtown Spokane at 111 S. Cedar.

  • See the NectarWineBlog Review
  • Favorite: Pieces on Earth (limited holiday release)
  • Tasting Room Hours: Thu-Sat Noon – 6pm (later on First Friday) 509-838-2427
  • Tasting room fees:
  • Why you should visit: Cozy tasting room where you can relax after downtown shopping and enjoy some of Spokane’s best wines

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