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
Thursday, Friday & Saturday
12:00 p.m. to 6:00 pm
OPEN LATE ON “MUSIC IN THE CELLAR” EVENINGS
WINE, BEER & FOOD
THINK MOBILE FOOD TRUCK WITHOUT WHEELS
We release our wines when they are ready,
not when the accountant wants us to release them.
2007 Cabernet Sauvignon Seven Hills Vineyard Walla Walla Valley
2007 Charlotte’s Cuvee Seven Hills Vineyard Walla Walla Valley
This vintage marked the 10th anniversary of this downtown Spokane, Wash., partnership that began and remains focused on two of Walla Walla’s top vineyards, and here’s a great example of foresight and patience with an Old World touch. Aromas feature Chukar Cherry, black currant, plums and dark chocolate with stylish herbal notes that include bell pepper. That dark fruit profile moves along to the palate where elegant tannins a brushed with baked brownies.
By Great Northwest Wine on October 2, 2013
See Sharp, Be Natural
See sharp, Be Natural is a mix of rhythms, strings, vocals and variety of instrumentation. Their repertoire includes music from Brazilian Choro, Bluegrass, Swing and Folk with original compositions. Kelly Bogan, classically trained in piano, Dan Gore mandolin/guitar player from North Carolina and John Brogan whose drum career includes 20+ years a member of the 560th Air Force Band at Fairchild Air Force base.
Ides of March Concert
Inland Folk Host, Editor & Producer
Dan Maher originally fell in love with folk music as a teenager growing up in Spokane. A celebrated musician, he actually began his career in music during his college years at Washington State University, performing covers of the Eagles and Neil Young in venues around the area. His love for folk eventually led to his involvement with public radio as the host of what has come to be the weekly three-hour folk music radio show, Inland Folk, which is approaching its 31st year on the air. He is his own producer, editor and engineer for the show. (Northwest Public Radio)
Blue Riboon Tea Company
Bill “The Blue Collar PhD” works as at Gonzaga University where he also taught for 20 years - mostly Photography and sometimes Religion. He has a PhD in Religion from Emory University, yet – as you will hear in many of his songs, he has never forgotten his Illinois factory town roots.
Kathy is originally from western Kentucky and plays mandolin, fiddle, guitar, and sometimes autoharp, but she took up all of her instruments in Spokane after marrying Bill. As a young girl, Kathy loved to read and write poetry – perhaps one reason why songwriting came naturally once she had an instrument in her hands and life allowed for some creative time. She worked at the Washington State Attorney General’s Office for 13 years before resigning to manage their home photography/framing/recording business Cherry Street Studios
6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
$10 Donation Suggested
Jackie Fox and the Hounds
Jackie Fox & the Hounds -performing both cover and original music. Every member is an accomplished songwriter, with each lending uniqueness and flavor, especially with harmonies.
Get ready for an eclectic and rocking variety of bluegrass, hillbilly, old time country, folk and occasional blues or jazz infused songs! Get ready to have a “howling” good time!
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Maxie Ray Mills
6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Big Red Barn
The Northwest’s premier rhythm & bluegrass band is heading into it’s 12th year together — with the original band members! Big Red Barn’s unique blend of bluegrass, blues, country, jazz and R&B is held together by an infectious groove, a lot of soul, an honest originality, and a deep friendship.
7:00 pm to 9:00 pm
Artist Reception March 7th, 5:00 pm
An Upcoming Wine in the Movies Extravaganza in Spokane
Click Poster to see Trailer and Reserve Tickets
Cement Suitcase will premiere in Spokane at 7:30PM on Thursday, March 20th at the
AMC River Park Square 20!
Cement Suitcase tells the story of Franklin, the best wine salesman in the Yakima
Valley, who is headed for a breakdown, and only two people can help him. One just
broke into his house. The other is having an affair with his girlfriend.
The feature, written and directed by Washington native J. Rick Castañeda, was shot
almost entirely in Eastern Washington and has won five awards from screening at
ten film festivals in California, Oregon, Washington, and Florida. The Premiere will be
attended by Catañeda, who will have a Q&A session after the screening.
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.