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

Email: grcellars@gmail.com


Thursday, Friday & Saturday

12:00 p.m. to 6:00 pm





Seven Hills Cabernet Old Block 6

Seven Hills Cabernet
Old Block 6


We release our wines when they are ready,

not when the accountant wants us to release them.

Recent Releases:

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.

Rating: Outstanding

By Great Northwest Wine on October 2, 2013

View of the Cellar

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Saturday April 12th
Rob Bryceson
Rob Bryceson
Acoustic guitar
6:00 pm to 9:00 pm
April 18th
Cajun Dinner
6:00 pm
Reservations Only
Chef Romeo and I are preparing some of our favorite 
Cajun and Creole Recipes

Concert at 7:30 pm

Barry Aiken

ABarry Aiken

Jazz with Latin Influence 
Barry Aiken and North Point
$10 Suggested Donation
7:30 pm to 9:00 pm

April  25th

Rob Bryceson

Rob Bryceson

Acoustic Guitar

6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Rob Bryceson


May 2nd

Barry Aiken & North Point

Barry Aiken

7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

May 3rd

Bill Kostelec & Mike Janes

May 8th

Old time Music Session

Release of 2009 Cellar Red

May 9th

Maxie Ray Mills



6:00 pm to 9:00 pm

May 16th

Joel Brantley

7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Joel Brantley

Joel Brantley

May 17th

Shut Up n Playboys

7:00 pm to 9:00 pm


May 23rd

Truck Mills

Truck Mills

Truck Mills

7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

May 28th

Singer Songwriter Open Mic

7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

Spokane Songwriters

Spokane Songwriters

May 30th

Dan Maher

Dan Maher
Dan Maher

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 Ribbon Tea Company

Blue Ribbon Tea Co. Bill & Kathy Kostelec
Blue Ribbon Tea Co.
Bill & Kathy Kostelec

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

June 6th

Carolyn Cruso

7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

June 12th

Old Time Music

7:00 pm to 9:00 pm

June 13th

Dave McRae

7:00 pm to 9:00 pm


 April — May

Artist Reception May 2nd, 5:00 pm

Jami Lord

 Landscapes and Animals


Annie Libertini

Masked Art

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.

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