' 8 Bells Winery

Eight Bells Winery is a small (2000 cases per year) urban winery in the Roosevelt/Ravenna neighborhood of North Seattle producing hand-crafted red and white wines. Our first crush was in the fall of 2009 with grapes sourced from Eastern Washington and Western Oregon. We invite you to learn more about us on these web pages and to join our mailing list for regular updates on our activities.  The winery is open for tasting and sales every Saturday from 11 AM to 4PM.

Upcoming events:

The winery will be open this Saturday from 11 AM to 4 PM for tasting, sales and club member wine pickups.  Join us to taste our recently released wines and a few of our other favorites. Our recent releases include our 2014 Red Willow Vineyard David’s Block Bordeaux blend, our 2015 Red Willow Vineyard Sangiovese and our 2017 Boushey Vineyard Chardonnay.

We hope you can join us.

--Denise, Neal, Andy, Frank, and Tim



-  Saturday, July 21: 3PM-5PM: Painting with Niki.  Email Nike at nsherey@hotmail.com to reserve your space at the table.

-  Saturday, July 28: 11AM-4PM New wine release: 2016 Tempranillo and 2017 Viognier.

-  Saturday, July 28: 11AM-4PM Dog Days of Summer.  Bring your dog and enter the competition to become the honorary winery dog of the year.

-  Saturday, July 28: 5-7 PM Club members paella dinner.  What better meal to enjoy with Tempranillo. Cost: $20. For reservations email frank@8bellswinery.com.

Parking available on Saturday's in the lot off 62nd St. between Roosevelt and the alley west of Roosevelt.

Ordering Wine Online

Our wines can be ordered online for pick-up at the winery or shipping to CA, CO, MN, and WA at http://www.8bellswinery.com/wines.

We have partnered with Vino Shipper for shipping to other states.  Our wines can be ordered at https://vinoshipper.com/wines/eight_bells_winery.

If your state is not listed and you would like to order wine, please email us at store@8bellswinery.com.

Please keep in mind that we do monitor the weather and will hold your shipment at the winery if we feel the wine might freeze or overheat in transit.