2019 Wine map

1. BADER BEER AND WINE SUPPLY

711 Grand Blvd., Vancouver, WA 98661 

baderbrewing.com • (360) 750-1551

Hours: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m., 7 days a week

Opening in 1992, we are a full service retail store for the hobbyist who wants to make their own wine, beer, cider, spirits, kombucha, soda pop and more! We are open 7 days a week. Check our website for a list of our beer, wine, distilling, kombucha and cider classes. Give us a call if you have any questions about home fermentation. Want to get grapes? We’ve got them!

2. MARYHILL WINERY VANCOUVER TASTING ROOM

801 Waterfront Way, Vancouver

maryhillwinery.com • (360) 450-6211

Open Daily. Hours: M–Th 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.,

F–Sa 11 a.m. to 10 p.m., Su 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Located on the shores of the Columbia River just downstream of the flagship tasting room in Goldendale, Washington, Maryhill Winery’s 4,890 square-foot tasting room offers visitors high-quality, affordable wines, live music every weekend (Fri-Sat 5-8 p.m., Sun 2-5 p.m.), a quality food menu to enhance your wine tasting experience (from local partners such as Grand Central Bakery and Olympia Provisions), and an expansive patio. From the bar, knowledgeable and friendly tasting room staff offer a mixed flight of our classic and reserve wines. The Club Room offers a rotating tasting flight from a collection of an exceptional library, as well as award-winning small-lot and limited-production wines. 

3. EMANAR CELLARS

1113 SE Rasmussen Blvd., Battle Ground

(360) 513-2448

Hours: 4–9 p.m. Wednesdays and Thursdays; 4–10 p.m. Fridays and Saturdays

A warm and cozy place in Battle Ground Village to enjoy unique wine and tapas that take you away to Madrid, Spain, one of the cultural capitals of our world. Mar and Richard have gathered details and passions from their travels and created a wine and tapas bar that will invite you into their story. Everything at Emanar has a story — just ask! You will leave feeling like you captured something no one else knows. Emanar features wines of Spain as well as Emanar Cellar wines and wines of Southwest Washington wineries.

4. ETHEREAL MEADS

18109 NE 72nd Ave, Battle Ground

(360) 903-4591

gary@etherealmeads.com etherealmeads.com

Hours: By appointment

Ethereal Meads is a family-owned meadery featuring both traditional and light, carbonated meads made from sustainably-produced regional honey and fruit. Our meads range from dry to sweet and from still to sparkling. Give us a call. If we’re around, we’ll be happy to see you and share the magic of mead.

5. MOULTON FALLS WINERY

31101 NE Railroad Ave., Yacolt

(360) 686-4070

moultonfallswinery@centurytel.net 

moultonfallswinery.com.

Hours: 4–9 p.m.  Friday; 12–9 p.m. Saturdays;

12–5 p.m. Sundays

The owners, Joe and Susan Millea, are proud to feature a large, comfortable tasting room along with a spacious patio and live music Friday and Saturday from 6-9 p.m. Their wines and ciders reflect attention to detail with grapes sourced from Red Mountain and apples from East Wenatchee. Moulton Falls Winery is proud to feature a large food service, includes mouth-watering wood fire pizzas with a made-from-scratch crust and fresh toppings, assorted salads as well as food pairings for wine and cider tasting. On your drive to Moulton Falls Winery & Cider House, plan a day to visit Chelatchie Prairie Railroad, North Clark County Historical Museum, Lelooska Cultural Center, 1876 Cedar Creek Grist Mill and the great hiking and cycling trails in the area. 

6. REZABEK VINEYARDS 

11700 NE 279 St., Battle Ground 

(360) 896-0218

rezabekvineyards@gmail.com 

rezabekvineyards.com

Hours: 1–6 p.m. Tasting Room open Saturday and Sunday, or by appointment.

Rezabek Vineyards offers hand-crafted, award-winning wines done with care in small lots: Tempranillo, Viognier, Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Rosé, Sparkling and Port-style wines. Groups and wine tours are welcome. Indoor and outdoor seating available. Pet-friendly. Wine Club discounts available. We are not a restaurant — our focus is good wine. 

7. POMEROY CELLARS

20902 NE Lucia Falls Road, Yacolt 

(360) 686-3785

staff@pomeroycellars.com  •pomeroycellars.com

Hours: 12–6 p.m. Fridays & Saturdays;

12–5 p.m. Sundays

Pomeroy Cellars Winery and Tasting Room is located at the Historic Pomeroy Farm in Yacolt. Situated on the East Fork of the Lewis River in the beautiful Lucia Valley, Pomeroy Cellars is encompassed by a beautiful scenic landscape, close to multiple public parks and hiking trails, and easy distance from several waterfalls worth visiting. The Pomeroy Farm has been in the family for more than 100 years. The winemaker, Dan Brink, is a fifth-generation descendant of E.C. Pomeroy, founder of the Pomeroy Farm. Pomeroy Cellars specializes in limited production, high quality, craft wines made on site from grapes sourced from the Yakima Valley in eastern Washington. Using grapes from the warmer, drier eastern Washington allow them to produce wines rich in flavor and complexity. Visit their tasting room for a sampling of the limited production craft wines. Guests are welcome to bring picnics and enjoy this little piece of paradise that the family calls home.

8. SALUD! WINE BAR, EVENT CENTER & WINE STORAGE

224 NE 3rd Ave., Camas

(360) 787-2583

saludwine.com

Hours: Monday & Tuesday: 4–9 p.m.; Wednesday & Thursday: 4 – 10 p.m.; Friday & Saturday: 3–11

Salud! is an inviting and comfortable place where you feel welcome the second you walk in.

You can stop by to have a glass of wine for happy hour with friends, or you can hold an event like a meeting, reception or fundraiser. You can also become a member, store your wine in Wineville and hang out in the Member’s Room while you indulge in the Member’s Only Menu. At Salud! you enter as a guest, but you leave as a friend. You can count on the delicious items on the menu being made from scratch, a rotating wine, cider & beer menu, live music on Friday and Saturday nights from 7 – 10 p.m., and a fun event happening every week. Stop by, you will feel right at home.

9. STAVALAURA VINEYARDS AND WINERY

29503 NW 41st Ave., Ridgefield

(360) 887-1476 • stavalaura.com 

Hours: 12–5 p.m., Saturday and Sunday, with wine tours for groups by appointment.

Stavalaura is a small batch, family owned and operated vineyard and winery nestled outside of Ridgefield. All of their current wines are crafted from grapes grown on the Stavalaura Vineyards estate. Their varietals include Zweigelt-Rebe, an Austrian grape, which is now the most widely grown red grape variety in that country (as of 2014, Washington state had only several small plantings, no more than a few acres), and Golubok, a grape sourced from Southern Russia and  Ukraine, which Stavalaura Vineyards and Winery introduced to Clark County. Golubok is a unique grape with full body and gorgeous depth of color. They also grow the more familiar Pinot Noir (777 and Pommard clones). Come enjoy their wines on the relaxing and picturesque back patio surrounded by their vineyard. 

10. CONFLUENCE VINEYARDS AND WINERY

19111 NW 67 Ave., Ridgefield

(360) 887-2343

confluencewinery.net

Sat/Sun, 12–6 p.m. and by appt.

Confluence is a boutique Winery founded in 2008, located in the rolling hills of Ridgefield overlooking the Columbia River.

We produce limited quantities of Rhone and Bordeaux varietals, sourcing grapes from only the best growing sites in Eastern Washington.

Come taste with us and stay for awhile enjoying our serene farm setting.

11. ENGLISH ESTATE WINERY

17806 SE 1ST ST, Vancouver 

(360) 772-5141

sales@englishestatewinery.com 

EnglishEstateWinery.com

Summer hours: Monday, Thursday & Friday,

3–7 p.m.; Saturday and Sunday 12–6 p.m.; or by appointment. Dinner and music Friday evenings. Please check Facebook or EnglishEstateWinery.com/events for details.

The English Family has been farming in East Vancouver since 1903. English Estate Winery makes hand-crafted, small batch wine from grapes and other fruit sourced entirely from the farm. We make and serve the wine in our 100-year-old barn. Sauvignon Blanc, Gewürztraminer, Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Semillon and other vines surround the tasting room. The mature gardens and centuries-old trees make for a serene oasis in the rapidly urbanizing East Vancouver area. We have indoor and outdoor seating and look forward to welcoming you to our farm.

12 . BETHANY VINEYARDS

4115 NE 259 St., Ridgefield

(360) 887.3525

bethanyvineyards.com

Summer Hours (May–Sept):  Wednesday 12–8 p.m. Thursday–Saturday 12–6 p.m., Sunday 12–5 p.m.  Happy hour on Wednesday’s from 5–8 p.m.

Located in Ridgefield, WA, Bethany Vineyard & Winery takes pride in growing our grapes in small blocks to assure the highest quality.  Our wines represent a careful selection of grapes, handpicked and skillfully produced to create distinct flavors and character.  We invite you to visit us for wine tasting, and then enjoying your favorite Bethany wine on one of our beautiful lakeside patios. There is nothing better than great wine paired with great food. Our on-site caterer, Simple Elegance Catering has created a menu full of delicious offerings that are the perfect complement to our wines. Please note: Our outdoor spaces are for those 21 & older.  Minors are welcome in our tasting room with an adult.  To see what we up to, follow us on Facebook and Instagram. 

13. DOLIO WINERY & VINEYARD

11001 NE 314th St., Battle Ground

(360) 831-1478

doliowinery.com

 facebook.com/DolioWinery

Hours: Noon to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday; See website for special hours

High quality handcrafted Italian varietals are the focus of Dolio Winery, a family owned and operated artisanal winery in Southwest Washington.  Dolio’s core wines include Barbera, Dolcetto, Nebbiolo, Primitivo and Sangiovese.  All Dolio wines are produced onsite from carefully tended Washington grown grapes.  Our winemaker consistently researches best practices and thoughtfully blends art and science, along with traditional and innovative processes, to achieve the highest quality wines.  Visit our comfortable tasting room to chat with the winemaker, sample wines, enjoy a glass and relax with a vineyard view.

14. GOUGER CELLARS

26506 NE 10th Ave, Ridgefield, WA 98642

(360) 909-4707 • gcwinery.com

Hours are Wed/Thur 12–6 p.m.

Fri/Sat 12–8, Sun 12–5 p.m.

Gougér Cellars Winery specializes in sparkling wines and rich, complex reds made from grapes from three states. Most of our wines have received national and international awards. We have a full kitchen with delectable food which you can enjoy on the rooftop overlooking the mountains and alpaca farm or on the back deck around a fireplace. Friday evening is Prime Rib Happy Hour and Saturday and Sunday includes our Wood Fired Pizzas and Mega-Burger.

15. HEISEN HOUSE VINEYARDS

28005 NE 172nd Ave., Battle Ground

(360) 818-4480

Hours: Saturdays and Sundays 12–5 p.m.

At Heisen House Vineyards, our goal is to make handcrafted wines and hard ciders of the highest quality utilizing exceptional fruit, limited production, natural wine making practices, and attention to every detail from crush to bottling. Heisen House Vineyards is also located on a State and National Historic site. The 15 acre site, formerly a pioneer homestead, features a tiny winery in the former milking parlor, plus stunning exterior views of the turn of the century Victorian farmhouse and barn surrounded by gardens, vineyard, and expansive rural scenery. We’ve got plenty of outdoor seating, bring a picnic and relax for the afternoon with family or friends! We do weddings and events large and small, as well. Come visit the little winery that’s a big dream come true!

16. RUSTY GRAPE VINEYARD

16712 NE 219th St., Battle Ground

360-606-4303

Office@rustygrape.com

www.rustygrape.com

Hours: Wed.–Thurs., 4–9 p.m.; Fri., 4–10 p.m.; Sat., 12–10 p.m.; Sun., 12–6 p.m.

Rusty Grape has grown over the last six years from a quaint tasting room to having several expansive patios for events and weddings, an old wood-fired pizza kitchen, and being a hub activity for a number of annual festivals and events. We never turn down a good conversation with a wine expert or a novice taster. So if you love a nice glass of wine, come see us. We love to hear your stories and make memories over a good bottle of wine.

 

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