Olympic Peninsula
Wineries

Olympic Peninsula wineries are not in the heart of Washington wine country but they produce fine wine and these vineyards near the Pacific Coast Highway and the Olympic National Park are well worth a visit. 

Tasting Room at an Olympic Peninsula WineryTasting Room at an Olympic Peninsula Winery

Some of them have vineyards in eastern Washington, the more traditional Washington Wine Country, and mature their wines here on the Olympic Peninsula where conditions are more favorable for developing the wine and for storing it.

Most of these Olympic Peninsula wineries are open daily in summer from about 11am or noon till about 5pm, but may close weekdays at other times of year, so always call or check the websites for up-to-date information.

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Olympic Peninsula Wineries

Camaraderie Cellars
Camaraderie's winery is here but it gets its grapes from some of the best vineyards in eastern Washington. From these they produce a small range of quality wines such as syrah, viognier, and tempranillo, though they only make 3,000 cases a year in all, many of which are snapped up by some of the nation's top restaurants. You'll find them west of Port Angeles – just make a left onto Benson and the winery is on the right.

334 Benson Road
Port Angeles, Washington 98363
Phone: (360) 417-3564

Camaraderie Cellars, a winery on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State.Camaraderie Cellars

FairWinds Winery
FairWinds was established in 1993, and as well as popular wines like merlot and cabernet sauvignon, it's the only Washington winery to produce aligote (a white Burgundy) as well as lemberger, blush, mead, gewurztraminer, and even a port wine. But then it is in Port Townsend.
1984 Hastings Ave. W.
Port Townsend, Washington 98368
Phone: (360) 385-6899

The Harbinger Winery
Harbinger makes a range of medal-winning wines from grapes grown on its various vineyards around Washington. They include a Silver Medal mix of riesling and sauvignon blanc, and a double Gold Medal red, as well as merlots, syrahs, a white Burgundy and delicious cranberry, raspberry, and blackberry wines. They're on the south side of the Pacific Coast Highway, west of Port Angeles.

2358 Highway 101 West
Port Angeles WA, 98363
Phone: (360) 452-4262

The Hoodsport Winery
You'll find this small award-winning Olympic Peninsula winery about one mile south of Hoodsport, on the picturesque Hood Canal and with views of the Olympic Mountains. It was an early pioneer for Washington wines, established in 1978 when there were only 16 wineries in the state. They mainly produce chardonnay, merlot and sauvignon blanc in small quantities, but other varieties too and their 1994 Cabernet Sauvignon won a gold medal at VinExpo in France. They also make raspberry, rhubarb and loganberry wines, and their raspberry wine has also won several awards. Contact them for visiting details and to learn about their special events.

North 23501 Highway 101
Hoodsport, WA 98548
Phone: (360) 877-9894

Olympic Cellars
The Olympic Cellars Winery was the very first of the Olympic Peninsula wineries, and one of the first 15 wineries established in Washington State. Since 2001 it's been a women-owned and women-operated winery, and producing quality wines but with fun names like Go Girl Red, Working Girl White, and – our favorite – Rosé the Riveter. Check the website to confirm opening times and to find out if they've any special events on. This is a winery where the girls just wanna have fun.

255410 Highway 101 East
Port Angeles, Washington 98362
Phone: (360) 452-0160

Sorensen Cellars
Sorensen is a small family Olympic Peninsula winery producing limited numbers of award-winning premium wines, including merlot, syrah, viognier, and cabernet franc. They're about a mile south of Port Townsend in the Glen Cove Industrial Park. Not the usual kind of winery address, but don't let that put you off. These are some fine wines.

274 S Otto Street
Port Townsend, Washington 98368
Phone: (360) 379-6416

The Harbinger Winery on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington State.At the Harbinger Winery

Other Olympic Peninsula pages

  • Olympic National Park accommodation consists of campgrounds and trailer parks, and most visitors to the park stay in nearby lodges and resorts.

    Olympic National Park Accommodation

    Olympic National Park accommodation consists of campgrounds and trailer parks, and most visitors to the park stay in nearby lodges and resorts.

  • Olympic National Park, west of Seattle in the Pacific Northwest, is one of the largest and least developed parks in the United States.

    Olympic National Park

    Olympic National Park, west of Seattle in the Pacific Northwest, is one of the largest and least developed parks in the United States.

  • Port Angeles in Washington is the largest town on the Olympic Peninsula. It stands on the Pacific Coast Highway and is the gateway to the Olympic National Park.

    Port Angeles in Washington State

    Port Angeles in Washington is the largest town on the Olympic Peninsula. It stands on the Pacific Coast Highway and is the gateway to the Olympic National Park.

  • Forks is a small city in Washington State, known as the gateway to the Olympic National Park, and as the home for the Twilight series of books and movies.

    Forks Washington

    Forks is a small city in Washington State, known as the gateway to the Olympic National Park, and as the home for the Twilight series of books and movies.

  • Moon's Spotlight Guide to the Olympic Peninsula covers hotels, restaurants, and sights, including Forks, the Olympic National Park and other places.

    Guide to the Olympic Peninsula

    Moon's Spotlight Guide to the Olympic Peninsula covers hotels, restaurants, and sights, including Forks, the Olympic National Park and other places.

  • Pacific Coast Highway Travel reviews an Olympic Peninsula Travel Guide published by the Beautiful Pacific Northwest website.

    Olympic Peninsula Travel Guide

    Pacific Coast Highway Travel reviews an Olympic Peninsula Travel Guide published by the Beautiful Pacific Northwest website.

  • Little Sequim on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington is a delightful place to stop if driving the Pacific Coast Highway.

    Sequim

    Little Sequim on the Olympic Peninsula in Washington is a delightful place to stop if driving the Pacific Coast Highway.

  • Port Townsend is noted for its Victorian architecture, sits at the top of the Olympic Peninsula, close to the Olympic National Park and 55 miles from Seattle.

    Port Townsend

    Port Townsend is noted for its Victorian architecture, sits at the top of the Olympic Peninsula, close to the Olympic National Park and 55 miles from Seattle.

  • PCH Travel picks the best time to visit the Olympic Peninsula, with a monthly summary of the weather, plus hotel prices and special events to help plan a visit.

    Best Time to Visit the Olympic Peninsula

    PCH Travel picks the best time to visit the Olympic Peninsula, with a monthly summary of the weather, plus hotel prices and special events to help plan a visit.



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