All of the marketing in the world won’t do any good if we are rotting from the inside out. The most important culture in a winery doesn’t come from yeast; it comes from the spirit and leadership created within. No winery in the world can convince consumers how great their products are if the people that walk into the building and work every day don’t believe it themselves in their heart of hearts. The Bartholomew Winery culture will reflect the work ethic, values, beliefs, habits, and actions of champions with integrity.
Every Saturday & Sunday in June from Noon - 5
All White and Rosé Wine, 30% off 6 or more bottles. Thank you to those that came in last weekend to wish us 'Happy Anniversary.' We had our most successful weekend to date! We have been receiving tons of emails from folks wanting to extend the sale... so we are going to! We will offer Aligote ($13.30), Viognier ($11.90), Pinot Grigio ($10.50), Sauvignon Blanc ($10.50), L'Orange Pinot Gris Rosé ($10.50), Rosé of Carmenere ($10.50), and Late Harvest Chenin Blanc ($15.40) - all 30% off. We only ask that you purchase 6 or more bottles to qualify for these discounted prices.
We know these are ridiculous prices! Can't buy it for less anywhere else.
Hope to see you soon.
When people think ‘Washington Wines’ they usually think Yakima and Woodinville. As more and more people gain an avid interest in wine they seek out hidden treasures, which is why I decided to explore a different side to the Washington wine scene – Urban Seattle. I stumbled upon a variety of wineries with one notion at their core: being near a city doesn’t mean you make bad wine! These are referred to as Urban wineries, and I was pleasantly surprised to partake on this journey and experience a few of these wineries. I even found a few new grapes along the way I hadn’t yet tried. There are dozens of wineries in Seattle – I chose a few to spotlight. I had so much fun tasting these delicious wines I couldn’t just write about five, so you get an additional winery thrown in because, well, it’s wine and I couldn’t pick one to leave out. Bonus with these locations – parking is relatively painless and easy, something you may not expect from an urban city wine. Read More....
Owner of Bartholomew Winery in Washington State Since 2007