Wineries in Lynden


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  • Pasek Cellars
    Five Things to Know About Pasek Cellars Gene and Kathy Pasek established Pasek Cellars in 1995, and they’ve nurtured it into a bustling production in the years since. The Paseks have found their groove with fruit wines in particular, and they churn out thousands of cases per year at their facility on Old Hwy. 99 south of downtown Mt. Vernon. Sip on a few more about their business: Wine tasting is always free. The tasting room (18728 Fir Island Rd.) is open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily. It’s also stocked with wine-related gifts and accessories. Cranberry is popular amongst customers and critics. The cellars produce 5,000 cases of this award-winning flavor annually. It’s especially beloved around the holidays, perhaps because it pairs well with pork and poultry. It’s also exceptionally good with spicy Asian foods. Blackberry, passionfruit, and raspberry have won awards, too. In fact, behind cranberry, blackberry is the company’s most-produced wine at 3,000 cases per year. They ship to more than 15 states. The growing list of destinations even includes Alaska and Hawaii. They also ship their popular mulling spice mix so fans can create their own elixirs at home. You can order that here. There’s a tasting room in Leavenworth, too. It’s part of an alliance with Willow Crest Winery. A visit here is the perfect addition to a day trip or weekend getaway amongst the area’s shops and restaurants.
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    18729 Fir Island Rd
    Mount Vernon, WA US
  • Wine On The Waterfront
    Take a table at Wine On The Waterfront in Port Angeles and look forward to your next meal. Customers praise the wine, service, and local, and it's easy to taste why! Waiting can feel like forever, especially when you're hungry. Spare yourself time spent in the parking search and dine with us. We've got space available for you and your car.
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    115 East Railroad Avenue
    Port Angeles, WA US
  • West Coast Wine Education
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_CA title: West Coast Wine Education facet_type_id: 7c7be4a0-5f41-1032-b9ca-c4dacae9e33e html_text: What's proper etiquette for the queen's sommelier? West Coast Wine Education's John Gerum confronted this question head on when he served Queen Elizabeth II. Apparently he made the right choice, as he went on to pour wine for prime ministers, presidents, provincial premiers, and cultural icons during his 20-year career. Gerum's achievement distills three generations of fine-dining experience that was passed down from his father, a chef, and his grandfather, a maitre d'. Wine education was always his passion, so when starting out, he sought personal instruction from the master sommelier Andrew Laliberté and demonstrated a palate refined enough to earn him membership and certification from the International Sommelier Guild. Gerum often merges his know-how with other wine educators to cultivate a roster of classes and hone their delivery. These experts join in delineating scotch terroir and describing the bouquet of a student's favourite pinot-stained shirt with an easy professionalism that has enthralled groups of up to 300 people. They share their expertise with casual drinkers and professionals during two-hour workshops, in consultation for store openings and events, and through appearances on Global TV.
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    3033 – 232nd Street
    Langley, BC CA
  • Backyard Vineyards
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_CA title: Neck of the Woods Winery facet_type_id: 8330cfe0-5f41-1032-bb7f-60ade069565a html_text: With Langley's picturesque countryside as its backdrop, Neck of the Woods Winery concocts red, white, and sparkling wines using grapes grown primarily in the surrounding Fraser Valley. The facility takes advantage of the area's cool climate–which is similar to that of Northern France and Germany–to oversee the entire production process from pressing to bottling. After spending quality time with their maker or a court-appointed barrel, products migrate to store shelves throughout Fraser Valley and Vancouver, or stay right at home in the winery's tasting room. There, visitors pass through daily to sample the varietals, or hang out in the showroom, warmly stocked with rustic casks and a crackling fireplace.
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    3033-232nd St.
    Langley, BC CA
  • Taste 4 Wines
    Whether you prefer tea or coffee, Taste 4 Wines cafe has a wide selection of beverages. Parties of any size can easily be seated at Taste 4 Wines. Taste 4 Wines offers an informal dining experience for those who are allergic to jackets and ties. Drivers will embrace the number of street and lot parking choices close to Taste 4 Wines. For great dishes that fall smack dab in the middle when it comes to price, Taste 4 Wines is a reasonable option for diners of different budgets.
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    5603 Bayview Rd
    Langley, WA US
  • Jelly Marketing
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_CA title: 'Langley Wine Tours ' facet_type_id: f1c03850-5f33-1032-bcf7-85fafa25e46e html_text: At first blush, Langley Wine Tours seems like a simple tourism booster, drawing attention to the lush vineyards that dot the region's rolling hills. That description is true, of course; the tour grants oenophiles access, tours, and tastings at seven destinations, including Back Yard Vineyards, and Krause Berry Farms & Estate Winery. However, that's not where Langley Wine Tours magnanimity ends. Instead of keeping its well-earned money, the company donates 100% of its profits to the Langley Animal Protection Society. The company also gives back to its best customers; travelers can enter to win a variety of prizes by collecting tickets at each of their destinations, with gifts ranging from hotel stays and helicopter rides to cases of wine and singing telegrams delivered by the town crier.
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    33820 S Fraser Way
    Abbotsford, BC CA

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