Orcas Island’s staple wine shop and tasting room, Doe Bay Wine Company, has announced the opening of its second location slated to open in Seattle in early 2023.
Opening in the bustling Phinney Ridge neighborhood in Seattle, Doe Bay Wine Company’s new tasting room will be situated in the new “Shared Roof” building neighboring Ben’s Bread Co. and Holy Mountain Brewing.
“The Phinneywood Business District is incredibly excited for Doe Bay Wine Company and The Orcas Project to debut in the neighborhood. We feel like it’s the perfect concept of high-integrity, local and sustainable wines that our community thirsts for, and the tasting room will be a welcome addition to the dynamic mix of small businesses on Greenwood Ave,” says Chris Maykut of the Phinney Neighborhood Association in a press release.
The wine spot on Orcas Island is famous for its carefully curated selection of wine, beer, ciders and sake. The site recently celebrated its fifth year and is excited to begin a new journey in Seattle. The in-house winery, The Orcas Project, is a local favorite with 10 critically acclaimed winemakers highlighting labels under the wine project, including Doug Tunnell of Brick House, Chad and Bree Stock of LTD+ Wines, Tom Monroe and Kate Norris of Division Wine Co., and Chris Peterson of Avennia. Each maker provides a custom wine available in the shop.
“I’m thrilled to open a second location on Phinney Ridge,” says Cole Sisson, owner of Doe Bay Wine Company, in a press release, “In college, I lived next to Sully’s Snow Goose, honed my spirits knowledge at Oliver’s Twist, and have always maintained my connection to this neighborhood. I think it’s one of the most exciting and welcoming communities in Seattle.”
To learn more about Doe Bay Wine Company, visit doebaywinecompany.com.