Camaraderie Cellars has been recognized for making consistently high quality wines for over twenty-five years. We are in Port Angeles, Washington, on the North Olympic Peninsula where great wines and iconic Pacific Northwest scenery combine in a setting that’s hard to beat.
Doug Frost, one of only 4 Master of Wine and Master Sommeliers in the world, says that Camaraderie Cellars’ wines “…embody strength, suppleness, variety intensity and balance.” Out of the hundreds of Jefferson Cup entries and medal winners over the years, Mr. Frost selected Camaraderie Cellars to create a signature wine for the event charity, AngelFlight Central (a 501C5 charity).
Camaraderie Cellars’ wines are made to honor the grape variety and the vineyard the grapes come from . . . our growers are true partners in our craft. While a good day’s drive from our eastern Washington vineyards that we work with, our setting allows beneficial naturally cool cellar temperatures combined with barrel-friendly marine humidity from the nearby Strait of Juan de Fuca.
The name Camaraderie Cellars represents our philosophy of sharing life’s best gifts . . . friendships, hearth, food and the world class wines we produce. When visiting our winery you will be greeted by cordial staff, beautiful gardens, the warmth of an outdoor fire pit, sculptures, soft music and a very inviting Tasting Room.
The tasting room is closed for the season, beginning November 1. Tastings or shopping can be arranged by appointment; please call 360-417-3564 and we will try to coordinate.
Seasonal hours run May through October.
Don and Vicki Corson