The Lake Chelan Wine Valley bustles in August. At the tasting rooms, the decks and patios have come alive with laughter as friends sit with a bottle of wine.
Moonlit nights are filled with live music and wine and seats are full around the lake. On the lake, the sun plays off the waves and the buzz of watercraft is muted by the sound of tractors humming along in the hills. Take a hike into our hills, stroll through town or step into the water. Whatever you do, pause a moment to look around and take in the beauty of the Lake Chelan Wine Valley – it’s naturally intoxicating.
Tsillan Cellars (pronounced "She-lan") is the best place in the world. At least, that’s how you feel when you are there. Marvel at the stone bridges, slate walkways, stone columns and a 35 foot bell tower. If that doesn’t ring your bronze bell, sit . . .
Sometimes serene other times jamming, Tildio Winery is always at their best. Friends, neighbors and wine club members make Tildio a regular stop and new comers become converts. The patio overlooking Roses Lake seems like the most perfect place in t . . .
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