Top 20 Washington State Trips

Marrowstone Vineyards

Marrowstone Vineyards

Visit a boutique winery on the Olympic Peninsula, with breathtaking views.

Marrowstone Vineyards is on Marrowstone Island in Washington State, with a tasting room inside a barn, and breathtaking water views from an expansive patio. 

This is a must-see winery if you're in the Olympic Peninsula near Port Townsend. It's an easy drive along charming country roads and across a bridge to reach the winery on Marrowstone Island.

Spend a relaxing afternoon at Marrowstone Vineyards doing a wine tasting, with generous seating on the patio, and a firepit to keep warm in cooler months.  An unexpected surprise is a set of steps that lead to a loft with with an art gallery, with even better views of Whidbey Island and the snowcapped Cascade Mountains.

Kids are also welcome at Marrowstone Winery, and there's plenty of lawned area to run around.

Address: 423 Meade Road, Nordland, Marrowstone Island. Check hours.

10 best things to do at Marrowstone Vineyards

1. Enjoy a glass of wine on the huge deck.

There's plenty of seating on the deck, directly outside the tasting room at Marrowstone Vineyards, with cushions to keep things extra comfy. The overhead heaters provide warmth in cooler months, and there are umbrellas for shade in summer. Most seats on the deck have fantastic views of Whidbey Island.

Groups can also gather around the firepit, just steps from the parking area.

2. Admire the gorgeous water views across the vineyard!

3. Visit the tasting room.

The owner of Marrowstone Vineyards is incredibly helpful, and very knowledgeable about wines.

Enjoy some of the superb wines in the tasting room at Marrowstone Vineyards, including Syrah, Malbec, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Cabernet Franc.

4. Shop for beautiful gifts from local artisans.

5. Climb the stairs to the art gallery.

The best views are from the art loft.

These are the stairs that lead to the art loft at Marrowstone Vineyards.

Look up above the entryway, to see a sculpture of Bacchus, the Roman god of wine.

6. Check out the barrel room.

7. Take a photo beside the vintage Ford truck.

8. Enjoy the larged grassed area, with patio tables and a firepit.

9. Attend the summer music series.

Check the calendar for the summer music series at Marrowstone Vineyards.

10. Do a 25-mile driving loop of other wineries & cideries.

Combine a visit to Marrowstone Vineyards with a 25 mile driving loop of other wineries and cideries in the local area.  Start at Marrowstone Vineyards, then drive to Finnriver Farm and Cidery, followed by Port Townsend Vineyards, Eaglemount Wine & Cider, Wilderbee Farm (cider), and Alpenfire Cider

If you're only interested in wine, travel a 13 mile route to see Marrowstone Vineyards, Port Townsend Vineyards, and Eaglemount Wine & Cider.

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