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It all started with one barrel. A capsule of a single place that resides within Washington State. A snapshot that evoked the sun on the fruit and the minerals in the soil. One sip, and we never looked at wine-making the same way again. Like that first wine, Single Barrel takes us back to the vineyard. We vint to reflect a strong sense of place in every barrel we make. We test, innovate and push our process, finding our own take on technique to keep our craft simple and vineyard-focused. Our vines are sustainably grown and hand-harvested. Our process is rigorously simple, so the grapes’ flavors remain their nuanced own. Every pour should reveal the wine’s natural profile so you can find out what you like, and what you don’t. What you’re sipping is an honest wine with natural character, so you can discover your taste, one glass at a time.

Our tasting room is open for tastings, glass, and bottle purchases. We recommend making a reservation on Tock or by calling 425-625-4785.

We host groups up to 12 guests for tastings, including minors. We are unable to host larger groups during business hours, including parties split between multiple tables.

We feature glass and bottle purchases that can be enjoyed outside in our limited capacity seating areas without a reservation.

Private event options available by emailing hello@singlebarrelwine.com

FAQs

Tasting Room FAQs

1.
How much does a tasting cost?

Our seasonal wine flight is $25 and consists of 4 wines of your choice from our current release menu. For parties of 5+ guests, everyone in the group will have the same tasting. One tasting fee is waived with the purchase of a bottle (one complimentary tasting per bottle purchase). Please include total number of guests in your party, including non-tasters and children.

2.
Do you allow dogs?

In accordance with Washington State law, dogs are not allowed inside tasting rooms.

3.
Do you allow outside food?

We allow outside food on our property, and have local cheeses and charcuterie available for purchase. We ask any food brought into the tasting room does not have strong odors in order to maintain the integrity of the wine tasting experience for others.

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