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Perennial Vintners

A tiny family-owned and run estate vineyard and winery specializing in cool climate wines from the Puget Sound AVA.

Touring Region
Current Weather
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Mostly Cloudy, 56° F

Amenities
Tasting Room, Retail Sales, Picnic Area

Hours of Operation
Veterans Day wknd, Valentines Day wknd, Bastille Day wknd, or by appt. See website or call for exact dates or to make appt.

Open to the Public
Yes

Yearly Production (in acres)
2

Variety List
Late Harvest/Dessert/Ice Wine
Madeleine Angevine
Melon
Muller-Thurgau
Muscat Noir
Rose
Siegerrebe
Viognier
Other

Please join our email list for the latest winery news (on website, click "Our Newsletter"). Our first release of a Madeleine Angevine dry white wine will be in Sep-2008. Also watch for our brand new port-style wines made from fresh Bainbridge Island strawberries and raspberries -- anticipated release Nov-2008. These will be available only at the winery -- come out and visit us!
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Our Story

Perennial Vintners is a tiny family-owned and run, estate vineyard and micro winery. We specialize in the delicate and aromatic wines that come to life in our maritime climate in the Puget Sound basin, just a few miles from Seattle on Bainbridge Island -- we are the closest commercial vineyard to downtown Seattle -- now that's local!

We are proud that we will be the first in the state to produce a French Muscadet-style wine with the correct grapes, grown in an appropriate area. This wine is internationally renowned for its ability to pair with any seafood, a natural here in Seattle.

We are now producing some Germanic style wines, including Muller Thurgau and Madeleine Angevine. We also have coming: Siegerrebe, and an Alsatian-styled Pinot Gris. We will soon be releasing port-style wines made from island-grown raspberries and strawberries.

We'd love to have you visit our vineyard so you can experience where your wine is grown - please contact us for an appointment. Wines are available in several Puget Sound area wine shops and local restaurants and at the winery.

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