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.

  • Tunnel Hill Winery

    No other place in the valley will you have an instant sense of family. The stone cottage tasting room brings you into a different mindset and you are urged to relax, take a load off and simply enjoy. Out by the waterfall fountain you can gaze into . . .

  • WineGirl Wines

    Live music, live art parties and bocce ball – there is always something to do at WineGirl Wines. Join the party around the fire pit or the banter at the counter, take a wine flight or better yet buy a bottle and cheese plate and relax on the wine . . .

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  • A Taste of the Lake

    BY JOHN VITALE, TASTING ROOM MAGAZINE:  Skip away to the sunny shores of Lake Chelan where a vibrant wine culture is unfolding. . .

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