Summer: 11 - 5pm, closed Tuesday · Winter: 11 - 5pm, closed Monday & Tuesday · Phone: 360-221-2040

Welcome to Whidbey Island Winery

Just a short ferry ride from the Seattle metropolitan area is Whidbey Island, the largest jewel in the Puget Sound's Island crown. Its soaring views and rural charm have made it a natural as an escape from suburban reality, and an essential part of a Washington tour. Whidbey's rainshadow climate and casual but cultured attitude made it our choice for home, vineyards and winery.

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Siegerrebe 2015 recieves Platinum

from the Wine Press Northwest Platinum Judging.

"It opens with fresh summer fruits and a subtle honey note on the nose. Grapefruit, spiced apricot preserves, sweet melon and honey-drizzled peaches unravel onto the graceful palate.  Awards: Cascadia International Wine Competition (gold), Seattle Wine Awards (gold.)"

Whidbey Island Winery Grand Reviews

Dolcetto 2014 - Yakima Valley


"Puget Sound winemaker Greg Osenbach imported fruit from opposite ends of the Yakima Valley - Elephant Mountain in the west and Crawford near Prosser - for this blueberry-themed Dolcetto. Raspberry, blueberry taffy, cocoa powder and tarragon aromas spill into rich berry flavors with black cherry. A rewarding firmness of plum skin tannins is met by pomegranate acidity for a long fruity finish."

- Eric Degerman, Wine Press Northwest

Sangiovese 2015 - Columbia Valley


"Coyote Canyon Vineyard in the Horse Heaven Hills, Elephant Mountain in the Rattlesnake Hills and Crawford Vineyard in the Yakima Valley combine for aromas and flavors of sweet blueberry, cocoa powder, rose petal and woodruff, backed by chalk in the finish."

- Eric Degerman, Wine Press Northwest

Primitivo 2014 - Horse Heaven Hills


"One of Washington state's top growers, Mike Andrews of Coyote Canyon Vineyards,  raised this Primitivo in the Horse Heaven Hills for Whidbey Island winemaker Greg Osenbach. There's enchanting barrel notes of nutmeg and NECCO Wafer candy with black currant and white pepper, making for a spicy, toasty and robust example of Primitivo."

- Eric Degerman, Wine Press Northwest

Dolcetto 2014 - Yakima Valley


"We tasted this wine last year, and winemaker Greg Osenbach sent it to me again to demonstrate how the Dolcetto variety benefits from a little age in the bottle! His prediction was right on, with the wine showing more fruit and enhanced complexity on the palate. Mineral and earth are the core of both nose and palate, wrapped with cozy cherry, anise and berry flavors, finishing with mellow tannins. "

- Chuck Hill, Wines Northwest

The Whidbey Island Winery Team