The Olympic Peninsula is a culinary adventurer’s dream come true. On May 4-5, join in the fun as you sip cider, try award-winning local cheeses, sample wonderful wines and have a good ‘ole time.
Many local wineries and cideries will have their tasting rooms open for the two-day event. Cheesemakers participating in the tour include Mystery Bay Farm of Marrowstone Island; Port Townsend’s own Whiskey Hill Farm; Willapa Hills Farmstead of Doty; Black Sheep Creamery of Chehalis; Backcountry Creamery of Tacoma; and Golden Glen Creamery of Bow.
Purchase $30 tickets to tour all 8 wineries on the peninsula or explore them one at a time for a $5 tasting fee. Learn more and purchase tickets.
Looking for a place to stay during the Northwest Spring Wine and Cheese Tour? Read about Port Townsend Sleeps. Check out the Cottages on Marrowstone Island. Get a view room at the Red Lion in Port Angeles.