Upcoming Events

  1. Woodinville Wine Bus Trip

    October 14 @ 7:30 am - October 15 @ 5:00 pm
  2. Cote Bonneville Winery

    November 8 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm

Enological Society Websites

The Seattle Wine Society is an all volunteer, nonprofit organization dedicated to the appreciation of wine and food through educational events in the Puget Sound region.

The Wenatchee Valley Enological Society is a group of people who enjoy wine. We enjoy drinking it, talking about it and learning about it! Events are held on the third Thursday of each month, and often on selected Saturdays, as well. A theme is selected and wines are paired with some really great foods. These tastings, generally informal, are designed to be fun and educational. Events are open to all members and their guests.
A twenty year old organization of approximately 200 members, that organizes a variety of programs aimed at enhancing the appreciation of wine.

O.P.E.S. is a Non-Profit Washington State Corporation made up of members that care about each other and our communities. Our mission is the mutual education and enjoyment of fine wines from around the world while fostering camaraderie among our members.

Located in Moscow, ID.  Membership is open to anyone having an interest in learning about wine.

Wine Resources

Informational website features visitor resources, member wineries, maps and a calendar of events.
Informational website featuring wineries of the northwest, industry headlines.  You can sign up to receive their FREE newsletter sent via email.   
The coalition was founded in 1990 to introduce quality wineries into the international wine market.  The Coalition is helping the region enjoy increased exports and the worldwide recognition it deserves.
Informational web site featuring many interesting wine facts, an extensive list of Northwest wineries, a history of winemaking and so much more!   
Our wineries are located in the vineyards and orchards of the Rattlesnake Hills, just 4 miles southeast of Yakima off Interstate 82. The Rattlesnake Hills form the northern border of the Central Yakima Valley.