Our weekly tastings are featured each Friday evening at the bin from 6-7:30 pm .

We also host a tasting each month during the West Seattle Art Walk, the second Thursday. We sometimes feature tastings on other nights when a special winemaker comes into town. Times may vary as noted in tasting descriptions below.

Our goal is to share with the community and to provide an inviting environment to experience the diversity of wines available globally.  We will be hosting weekly tastings to provide an opportunity to sample a wide variety of wines for finding the one’s that best fit your palate.  You will have access to the winemakers or distributors to learn more about the personality behind what’s in the bottle.  Because we believe in the social aspect of food and wine, we will share recommended recipes or food pairings when possible.

weekly tastings


Tonight's Tasting (Friday, 1/16) - Game Day Medley, 6-7:30 pm.
Tonight we'll be featuring a fun line-up of wines from various parts of the globe that are both budget friendly and pair well with a wide array of game day cuisine. Swing on into the bin and stock up on tasty wines for the weekend!

Next Week's Tasting (Friday, 1/23) French Wines w/ Cyril, 6-7:30 pm.
Next week we're bringing a little bit France to the bin. We'll be joined by Cyril Freschier from a new, small distributor we started working with last fall. Many of you have met Cyril in his former life as the wine director at Rover's as well as at Marché Bistro and Café Campagne. We selected a really fun line up of unique, organic and bioydynamic wines to share with you. Swing on into the bin to take in Cyril's ever charming accent, pick his brain on the world of French wine and sip on some tasty new selections. See you at the bin!

Weekly Tasting (Friday, 1/30) Local WA Winemaker, Phil Mackey, 6-7:30 pm.
For the closing tasting for January, we'll be hosting local winemaker, Phil Mackey, of Mackey Vineyards out of Walla Walla. In 2007, Phil and his brother Roger left their conventional life in California and set out to find new pasture. They discovered a small farm with apple orchards and grape vines and traded in their dress suits for a tractor and plow. The result is a wonderful family run winery with a focus on wines with balance, finesse and an elegant structure. We've been very impressed with their wines, both in quality and price point. We're excited to welcome Phil to the shop to share them with you!


($5 tasting fee, excluding club members unless noted otherwise. Tasting fee is refundable with a bottle purchase of the featured wines).