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Bainbridge Island Vineyards & Winery

Bainbridge Island Vineyards & Winery To produce the broadest, finest, and most unique selection of wines available representing the Puget Sound American Viticultural Area. To continue using only our own estate-grown grapes to make those wines. And to celebrate the special bond that locally-grown food can make between people and a beautiful landscape.

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After 26 years in our little blue barn near the ferry, we've relocated the winery four miles up Highway 305, to a spot on our farm next to our vineyards.


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8989 Day Road East, Bainbridge Island, WA, US, 98110 Email: info@bainbridgevineyards.com
Phone: 206-842-9463 Web: www.bainbridgevineyards.com
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Products



  Dry Madeleine Angevine
Madeleine Angevine hails from the Loire Valley of France and like its cousins, Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon, displays a lively mix of grassy and citrus flavors. We've chosen to finish ours with just a trace of sweetness - still dry, but distinct from our bone-dry offerings. Smooth, fragrant, and with a very bright finish, this wine makes an excellent gift when you don't know whether the recipient prefers dry wine or sweet.
  Dry Müller-Thurgau
Our dry version of Müller-Thurgau is similar to wines grown on the slopes of the Alps, between Switzerland and Italy, where cool-climate grape varieties are fermented into crisp, dry wines reminiscent of Fumé Blanc. Lightly oak aged, and with a champagne-like sur lees finish, this wine's bone-dry sugar level is belied by an amazing bouquet - the floral perfume that only German varietals can provide.
  Ferryboat White
Our most popular wine, Ferryboat's low alcohol and easy-on-the-palate sweetness make it a perennial favorite with folks new to wines, or those searching for a refreshing white wine to quaff on summer afternoons. (By the way, the ferry depicted on our label is the San Mateo, pulling out of Eagle Harbor, circa 1960's.)
  Late Harvest Siegerrebe
Styled after the French sauternes, but fermented from an incredibly flavorful German variety, this wine is pure liquid gold that puts syrupy dessert Rieslings to shame. In one little bottle, you'll find powerful layers of mandarin, pink grapefruit, apricot, honey and spice! It's everything you'd expect of an ice wine - and much, much more!
  Late Harvest Siegerrebe
Styled after the French sauternes, but fermented from an incredibly flavorful German variety, this wine is pure liquid gold that puts syrupy dessert Rieslings to shame. In one little bottle, you'll find powerful layers of mandarin, pink grapefruit, apricot, honey and spice! It's everything you'd expect of an ice wine - and much, much more!
  Pinot Gris
Another first for the region, our Pinot Gris is fermented totally dry - but with no oak aging - and showcases the refreshing flavors of pear and melon the variety is famous for. This soft and subtle approach has proven extremely popular, surprising even our customers who "don't like dry wine" with its clean and accessible style.
  Pinot Noir
Since 1992 - from just one precious acre of vineyard - we have produced four to eight barrels a year of the only Pinot Noir grown in the Puget Sound Appellation. Produced in the classic style of true Burgundies, this wine rolls in the glass like liquid rubies and explodes on the palate with dense, intricate layers of black cherry, plum, and toasty French oak.
  Raspberry Wine
What would happen if you took over a pound of the finest raspberries ever grown, fermented them without adding any water or grape juice, and topped off the resulting wine with just enough pure raspberry juice to give it the sweet intensity of fresh-picked fruit straight from the farm? Well, you'd have a bottle of our award winning Raspberry Wine, of course! This one has to be tasted to be believed - preferably with a slice of cheesecake alongside.
  Siegerrebe
Something New! Ironically, last year's never- ending summer prevented us from making our famous late-harvest desert wine. So our spicy Siegerrebe grapes have found their way into a wine not unlike an off-dry Gewürztraminer. Peppered with citrusy hints of grapefruit and tangerine, this wine would go beautifully with hot Asian cooking.
  Strawberry Wine
Unfortunately, for the last two years Bainbridge strawberries have been in short supply. We have only one commercial grower left on our island, and her fields were hit hard by the cold, wet spring of 2002. It may still be another year yet, before enough berries are available for us to once again produce this very special wine.
  Traditional Müller-Thurgau
Like an authentic German Riesling, our traditional style Müller-Thurgau blends back 5% pure juice, infusing the wine with fresh off the vine flavor. The nose is awash with rose-petal perfume, punctuated by notes of musk, and disciplined with clean acidity that matches perfectly with richer entrées.

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