A little known fact about traveling to the Lake Chelan Wine Valley in February...
... is that it's just as easy as traveling in the summer! In February, the comment we hear most often is, “the pass isn’t that bad”. Those who “brave” the pass are rewarded with the serenity of the North Cascades in the winter where the sun shines, people are friendly and parking is free. The tasting rooms heat up for Red Wine and Chocolate weekends and visitors on a much needed winter retreat find themselves re-energized and supremely proud that they made the trip to see us. Take in a treatment at one of the area’s many spa’s, pick up a bottle of wine and a box of chocolates, take a walk in the hills or sit on the deck and gaze at the lake. Whatever you do, pause a moment to look around and take in the beauty of the Lake Chelan Wine Valley – it's naturally intoxicating.
Why look at one lake when you can look at four? Four Lakes Winery is a hilltop destination with 360° views. Casual, festive and unforgettable, a visit to Four Lakes is like visiting a good friend.
Whether you sit on the deck or lounge inside, tast . . .
An easy going, elegant and completely delightful winery. Cairdeas Winery is the perfect place to visit if you are up for the leisurely drive down Totem Pole Road, the relaxing endeavor of tasting wine and the joy of finding a winery that balances the . . .
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BY ROBIN SALTS BECKETT, YAKIMA MAGAZINE: Lake Chelan calls itself a boater’s paradise, and one look at the lake the town is named for will convince any visitor that’s true. . .