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For the past few years, we have put our famous Red Wine and Chocolate Tour on hold due to COVID. This year we will bring back a scaled back version of the event. President’s Day weekend, Olympic Cellars will host a Love, Wine and Chocolate weekend. Join us February 17, 18, & 19th for a luscious weekend filled with WeDo Fudge and wine pairings.
Twelve of our wines will be open and for a $15 tasting fee (Wine Club $7.50), you may sample four wines of your choice. Once you have your wine, step back into the cellar and Christina from WeDo Fudge will help you find the perfect pairing of handmade fudge or caramel to compliment your wine selection.
White, red, sweet, and dry will all be open including a new release, the 2018 Kalaloch Lemberger. This is a very special wine we created in honor of the Kalaloch Lodge on the Pacific Coast. Its deep, rich blueish purple color is indicative of the flavor and fragrance. Although Lemberger is a medium bodied red, it is packed with flavors of purple berries, like blueberry and blackberry.
We are excited to announce that Gypsy Sisters Apothecary will join us for a pop-up market in the cellar. Their skincare and wellness products will have you swooning. They are vegan, 100% natural, holistic, & ayurvedic. Check them out here: Gypsy Sisters Apothecary. Our Sasha started this business with her sister. Sasha is passionate about lavender and skin care and it shines through in her products!
This is not a ticketed event. It is a pay-as-you-go event and the Wineries in the area will be open for the weekend and most will have chocolate and wine pairing.
Long Live Rock
Benefitting Habitat for Humanity
Friday, August 19, 2022
Good Day Sunshine
Benefitting the Port Angeles Food Bank
Saturday, August 20, 2022
Doors open at 6:00 pm, show at 7:00 pm
Tickets are $20
Local Beer Fathom & League
Award Winning Wine
Spectacular Mountain Views
Bring a Picnic – There will not be a food truck
Long Live Rock on Friday will showcase rock anthems and classic rock.
Good Day Sunshine (all Crème Tangerine alumni) has performed the music of The Beatles for over a decade and for thousands each year.
This band has been performing yearly at Olympic Cellars since 2011, to the joy of thousands of attendees.
Tickets are available on-line at www.Olympiccellars.com or at the door until sold out. Children 12 and under are free.
Habitat for Humanity believes that adequate shelter is a basic human right; one that should be affordable for everyone. Every day in Clallam County and across America, many struggle to find affordable places to live. Recently, Habitat has purchased 10 acres of land in Sequim and plans to build 80 homes!
The Port Angeles Food Bank is a no-barrier food bank nourishing anyone in need in Clallam County with respect, dignity, equality, and kindness.
There will not be a food vendor. You are welcome to bring a picnic and non-alcoholic beverages.
Tips to Enjoying an Olympic Cellars Concert:
• Doors open at 6 p.m. Band starts at 7 p.m. Alcohol may not be consumed while waiting in line.
• Carpooling is much appreciated as parking is limited.
• The concerts are held outdoors, rain or shine.
• Bring some warm clothes. It gets cold once the sun goes down.
• Throw some chairs in your truck – just in case. Seating is festival-style.
• We have tables and chairs but do not reserve them. They’re the first to go.
• Great bands equate to lots of dancing. We reserved the spaced under the patio in front of the band for dancing. That’s why there is no seating there.
• You can bring in food and non-alcoholic beverages only. It is against the law for you to bring in your own alcohol.
• No marijuana, smoking or vaping.
• Please, No Dogs. We all love dogs but our concerts are not an appropriate event for dogs.
• We are a family venue. But, concerts are usually 98% adults.
• All of these concerts are staffed by volunteers from the non-profit of the week.
Pour it on!
Great News! Announcing our 2022 Summer Concert Series!
Tickets will be available for purchase in June.
Join us for the following line-up:
* July 23rd – Fat Chance Band benefitting Serenity House
* July 30th – West Coast Feed benefitting the Soroptimist Club
* August 19th – Long Live Rock benefiting Habitat for Humanity
* August 20th – Good Day Sunshine benefitting the Port Angeles Food Bank
Lisa, Molly, Randi, Sasha, Greg, Shelly, and Randi
As summer turns to fall we were hopeful for a – near-normal – return to our rhythm, inclusive of bottling our seasonal Cranberry wine and, once again, welcoming friends and visitors back to annual tasting trails across the Olympic Peninsula.
However, in recent weeks it has become apparent that it will not be possible to safely host the tour. Covid-19 cases have been increasing on the Olympic Peninsula and burdening our medical system. The Health Officer for Clallam and Jefferson Counties has mandated proof of vaccination for all indoor services. These tours are staffed primarily by volunteers and asking them to be responsible for checking vaccination status as well as risking their health is just not practical nor wise. Providing a completely outdoor setting for the number of people that typically attend our tours in mid-November is also impractical.
Join us DAILY 11:00 – 6:00 – we are welcoming guests to enjoy our “Sipping Deck” Sheltered picnic tables on the patio – complete with heater and adjustable clear vinyl siding – to enjoy a bottle of wine and picnic.
Tasting Room Hours are available from 11:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
We are pleased to be selling wine by the flight, glass, and bottle!
Space is limited. Social Distancing regulations apply. Subject to severe weather conditions. Enjoy!
Where else can you sip and savor such a delicious flight of Olympic Cellars’ best pours? Join us Thursday, April 29, at 6 PM.
- Olympic Cellars 2018 Dungeness Rosé paired with Finnriver Quinoa Croquets. With Mystery Bay goat cheese, fresh tarragon
- Olympic Cellars Shes a Classic Working Girl White paired with Red Dog Farm’s Carrot Soup. With crème fraîche, crispy onions
- Olympic Cellars 2019 Dungeness White paired with fresh-caught Neah Bay Sablefish. Accompanied by Eaglemount quince cider, fresh ginger, melted leeks
- Peninsula Spring Greens with roasted Duckabush shiitake mushrooms
- Olympic Cellars 2015 Syrah paired with One Straw Ranch Pork Shoulder. Slow-braised and served with mirepoix, fennel, parmesan polenta
- Olympic Cellars 2014 Sailing Moon Red paired with a Pot de Crème dessert.