How to Support Local Spokane Wineries
Sure, you can buy your favorite bottles of wine on your bi-weekly trip to the grocery store. But, honestly, what’s the fun in that? It’s safe to say that we all miss visiting our favorite local winery for tastings, work happy hours, and spending some good quality time with friends and family. So, as you’re pining away for your fave local Spokane winery, they’re missing you too! Here’s how you can support our local wineries and tasting rooms and get your wine fix:
Nectar Tasting Room
Head to their Kendall Yards location for curbside pickup. All you have to do is place an online order. Or, if you’re within a 10-mile radius, have their wine delivered right to your door. That’s right, and you don’t even have to move from your couch. Current wine and beer club members get free delivery, non-club members only pay $5 for delivery. They ask that delivery orders be $50 and over.
Recently, they've partially reopened (50% capacity) their Kendall Yards location so you can enjoy sitting inside or outside on their patio with social distance protocols. Their downtown location is also offering a new product called nectarHome, which is very similar to Blue Apron or Hello Fresh. nectarHome offers make at home meal kits, ready-made family platters, and even a mimosa brunch all available for pickup or delivery. Don’t forget to add a bottle of wine to your cart to help you push through the quarantine. Check out their store to order today!
Latah Creek Winery
Our friends at Latah Creek Winery remain open from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm daily for inside and curbside orders. You can easily order online here. Now that Phase 2 is upon us, Latah Creek is now open for onsite tasting. You're also welcome to come in and peruse the shop. Be sure to check out their social media and blog for your meme fix to make you chuckle:
At this time, Maryhill Winery tasting room in Kendall Yards remains open for bottle and case sales with limited hours of 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm. Enjoy easy breezy curbside pickup and shipping to feed your wine cravings. Learn more here. Maryhill is also implementing safety first as they've reopened their tasting room and full bistro menu for you to enjoy. They're enjoying inviting everyone to their locations as Phase 2 allowed for reopening.
Remaining open with their regular hours of 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm, Barrister Winery continues its commitment to the safety and health of customers and employees by offering pick-up and delivery options. Shop Barrister wines here.
Arbor Crest is also remaining open with similar hours of 12:00 pm to 5:00 pm for curbside pickup. You can place your order for pick up here.
Tasting rooms are feeling a little lonely these days but, have no fear! Terra Blanca has begun virtual tastings every Wednesday and Friday at 2 pm and 5 pm Pacific Time. Enjoy an interactive tasting, chat with experts, and engage with special guests too. If you're ready to get out of the house, go enjoy their socially distanced patio with a bottle of wine.
Vino! A Wine Shop
Enjoy the best wines from around the world brought right to your car! Take advantage of Vino’s pick up service. Call in your order or tell their associates what you’re looking for, and they’ll have it ready for you when you pull up! Plus, check out their virtual wine tasting on their Facebook page!
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