Eagle Harbor Wine Co. Tasting Room, Bainbridge Island

Winery / Vineyard · Hidden Gem · Food & Drink
Established in 2005 by by Cynthia and Hugh Remash, Eagle Harbor Wine Company is a standout among Bainbridge Island’s celebrated wineries.

What began as a hands-on artisanal endeavor, primarily influenced by old world wine styles, Eagle Harbor Wine Co. has grown since in size (aiming for an ambitious 2,500 cases per year), complexity, and variety.

In 2009, Emily Parsons, who had a well-tended passion and curiosity for wine, began working alongside Remash after enjoying one of his wines. Participating in punch downs and crushes, immersing herself in the process and the winemaking business, Parsons continued her education studying wine and winemaking at UC Davis.

Then in 2012, inspired by the wine, an entrepreneurial spirit, and full support from fellow enthusiast and husband Steve Trimble, Parsons became an investor in the winery, purchasing seven tons of grapes.

Two years later in 2014, impressed by her passion and dedication, Remash saw fit to pass the torch – and his legacy – to his devoted protégé who runs all facets of the business today while Remash remains in the role of consulting winemaker. Parsons is wholly committed to the Bainbridge community, making superb quality, delicious wine, and honoring and furthering winemaking in Washington State.
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  • While the tasting room is COVID-Closed, the business isn’t and calling in advance for wine pickups went fantastic! We’ve enjoyed the Sangio, the Cab Sauv & Franc blend Quanta but the Raptor is still....  more »
  • We first visited a year ago and visited again this summer while on vacation. We again had a very enjoyable experience. We sat on the dog friendly patio and enjoyed the red tasting flight. Great...  more »
  • We did a tasting ($12) of 4 Washington reds. We particularly enjoyed ‘homme nu’ (the first pour) Due to space restrictions to fly home we didn’t purchase a bottle but would have otherwise.  more »
  • Staff member was very knowledgable and friendly. We walked in and did a tasting and like everything we tried. Staff member asked what we liked and opened wine bottles for us to try that he thought we'd enjoy which we did. Will be back soon!
  • Nice, though a bit more formal and reserved than we're used to at a tasting room. Wines were decent, 2014 raptor (reserve red Bordeaux style) being our favorite of the ones we tasted. They didn't mind our pairing the wines with a chocolate bar we'd bought in Seattle either. 😀
  • Highly recommend this wine tasting! Flights are personalized based on your taste, and the service and conversation couldn’t be better. This is one of the best wine tastings that we have ever done
  • The wine was very good (we picked up a bottle), but the size of the samples for the tasting was the smallest I've ever seen (maybe 5-10ml per pour), which seems unconscionable for a $12 paid tasting. Hopefully this is an exception and does not represent the normal level of service.
  • Wine was pretty good, staff was not knowledgeable about any of the wines. Would not go back specifically because of the vapid atmosphere. For your money, go somewhere else.

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