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Chelan Estate Winery & Vineyards

Chelan Estate Winery & Vineyards Summer Hours:Open Daily 11am - 6pm. Please call for fall-spring hours. Bring your picnic and enjoy our fabulous lake and mountain views. Estate Pinot Noir is our signature red wine. Other estate grown grapes include Merlot, Chardonnay and Viognier. We supplement our estate grapes with varietals from the Stillwater Creek Vineyard. These include Roussanne, Cabernet Sauvignon, Malbec and Petite Verdot. Mailing Address:P.O. Box 337 Freeland, WA. 98249

5/10 mi. past Pat & Mike's on S. Lakeshore Rd./Hwy. 971 - on the left, going towards the State Park.

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755 South Lakeshore Road, Chelan, WA, US, 98816 Email:
Phone: 509-682-5454 Web:
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  C E Vineyards (Chelan Estate) Roussanne/Viognier
Roussanne and Viognier have engaging aromas and distinctive fruit flavors that make them among the most dynamic of white grape varieties. Our blend starts out with ripe apple aromas. The center of the wine moves to lively tropical fruit flavors. A short time in new French oak adds a touch of vanilla. Forward fruit, delicate and well balanced, the wine pairs well with seafood, light flavored cheeses and will be ideal with turkey dinners this holiday season. The Stillwater Creek Vineyard is the source for all the Roussanne and 90% of the Viognier. The remainder of the Viognier is from our Chelan Estate Vineyard.
  Chelan Estate, Merlot
Our Chelan Estate vineyard provided all the Merlot and Syrah for this wine. Engaging black cherry aromas, ripe blackberry fruit, cola, oak spice, elegant and balanced, smooth lingering finish with a hint of licorice that is becoming a trade mark of our vineyard. Merlot 90.5%, Syrah 9.5%
  Chelan Estate, Pinot Noir
Pinot Noir grapes are grown on our eight acre vineyard on the cool south shore of Lake Chelan. We grow three clones of Pinot Noir, #115, #113 and #13. Each of these clones adds its own character and qualities to the final wine. 2006 was a normal growing year for the Chelan Valley. The cool spring was followed by a warm summer and cooling once again in the fall produced good flavors and even ripeness.


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