September is Chelan Valley’s best kept secret.

The days are as gorgeous as any day in August but the tasting rooms feel bigger and the water is still warm. Though the kids have gone back to school, the adults are still playing. The Farmer’s Market tables are brilliant with tomatoes, greens and melons. The mornings are cool and the light shines a little lower on the vines. By midday you’ll find yourself in short sleeves with the sun on your face. Shorter days, mean longer nights to enjoy wine. Don’t find yourself empty handed, pick up an extra bottle to share with friends. 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.

  • Tildio Winery

    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 . . .

  • Tsillan Cellars

    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 . . .

News from Wine Country

  • The Charm of Lake Chelan

    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. . .

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