GR Cellars Tasting Room is Located at:
906 W 2nd, Spokane, WA 99201
(corner of Second Street and Lincoln in the Freeman Center, downtown Spokane)
Phone: 509-455 8161
NEW HOURS BEGINNING April 16th
Tuesday & Wednesday
11:30 AM TO 1:00 PM
Thursday, Friday & Saturday
11:30 am to 5:30 pm
OPEN LATE ON FRIDAY “MUSIC IN THE CELLAR” EVENINGS
WINE, BEER & FOOD
THINK MOBILE FOOD TRUCK WITHOUT WHEELS
May 3rd — Joanne Rand
6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Joanne will be here to release her 13th CD, Nashville Stories.
“Thank you for being so good” –Janis Ian
“A 22 caliber pistol with a 45 caliber slug in it”
–Joel Tepp (Bonnie Raitt side man) 2012
May 8th — Maxie Ray Mills
Release of Pepper Bridge Cabernet
6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Blues, Alternative Country & Folk
May 17th — Truck Mills
May 31st — Maxie Ray Mills
June 7th — Brent Edstrom Trio
7:00 to 9:00 P.M.
June 15th — Ray Doyle & Scot Wilburn
June 21st — Brendan Phillips & Fast Rattler
June 28th – Blue Ribbon Tea Company
July 26th — Joel Brantley
October — World Reknown Irish Fiddler (we’re still working on this one)
Spokane Artist — Reception 5:00 pm to 8:00 pm
Jeannine brings her passion and sensitivity for art to the cellar for May. Her art reflects her love of the Northwest and her world view of places like a cafe Lake Como in Italy or a gazebo in Maui.
From the East — Take the Lincoln Street Exit off I-90. Proceed one block North to Second Street. We are located on the Northwest corner in the cellar of the Freeman Building.
From the West — Take the Lincoln/ Maple Street Exit off I-90. Stay in the right lanes and proceed West. Get in theleft hand lane and Lincoln Street will force you to turn left. Proceed North two blocks. We are located on the Northwest corner in the cellar of the Freeman Building.
We are located in the downtown arts district one block from the historic Davenport Hotel.
GRANDE RONDE CELLARS produces single vineyard and Bordeaux Blend red wines from Seven Hills and Pepper Bridge vineyards, Walla Walla Valley Appellation. 100% French Oak. Seven wines have received 90+ scores from the Wine Spectator.
GRANDE RONDE CELLARS was started by Dave Westfall, John Mueller, David Page and Michael Manz in 1997. Michael Manz oversaw the wine making project. Michael passed away in 2006.