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Three Brothers Vineyard & Winery

Three Brothers Vineyard & Winery

Three Brothers Vineyard & Winery
2411 NE 244th St
Ridgefield, Washington
USA 98642
Phone: (360) 263-6339

Email: threebrotherswinery@yahoo.com

Between the NE 244th Street and NW 297th Circle vineyards we have the following grapes planted: Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris, Chardonnay, Reisling, Gewurztraminer, Cabernet Sauvignon, Merlot, Syrah, Tempranillo and Pinot Noir.

Combining the two vineyard sites, we at Three Brothers Vineyard & Winery now have about 15 acres of vineyard. The production of the vineyards will increase each year as the vines mature. It will take another year to be in full production, depending on the effects of the deer and the weather!

We have several great event and seating areas at the vineyard/winery. The main event area is the "amphitheater". This is were we have the Summer Concert Series and it can seat over 1,000 people. The beautiful lawn around the pond is a popular wedding ceremony area, company/family picnic area and other events that do not require a stage. There are many bistro tables on the trellised concrete pad behind the winery building for picnics, company meetings and just enjoying an afternoon. We have a sound system that has many different zones, including the stage area and the trellised bistro tables behind the winery building.

The growing season of 2010 was very cold and wet, so wet that it killed a few vines - especially some Tempranillo out by the main entry sign. We will be replacing those soon. Lets hope that 2011 is a better growing season!

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