To our community friends and family,
We have been so grateful for your continuous support and well wishes throughout these past weeks. We miss seeing your faces and raising a glass with you every day.
As many of you know, on Sunday May 31st, the Safe Start plan went into effect. Now businesses can begin to slowly reopen at a ‘modified version’. For us, this means we will use this time to create our own 'modified version', one that best represents Port Townsend Vineyards and where the safety of our employees and the community-at-large is our absolute priority. We will continue to provide updates as new information emerges. In the meantime, take a look at what else we've been up to!
Vintage by Port Townsend Vineyards
Port Townsend Vineyards is welcoming summer with the reopening of our downtown plaza, which will be open Thursday through Saturday, 12pm to 6pm and Sunday, 12pm to 5pm! Our waterfront patio hosts large gas fire pits and views of Port Townsend Bay. Select a bottle from our entire collection of locally-made wines to enjoy or take home. Seating is on a first come, first served basis. Parties may include up to 5 people max. Walk up and curbside pick up is available on site as well. We look forward to celebrating summer with you soon!
We are thrilled to announce the outdoor seating at the Winery location is now open Friday and Saturday 12pm to 6pm, Sunday 12pm to 5pm. With spacious seating and cool breezes, you can enjoy the best of these warm, sunny days. Guests can purchase a bottle of thier choice to enjoy and don't forget to bring your own glassware to sip and savor safely and responsibly. Tables host parties of 5 or less with families and pups welcome. Our curbside pick up station continues to be open Monday through Saturday, 12pm to 6pm and Sunday 12pm to 6pm! Everyday our staff will be on hand to assist you so feel free to can call, stop by, or order online for pickup or delivery today.
The Vineyard on Portuguese Hill
Our vineyard team is concentrating their efforts on shoot thinning! Why? Because too many shoots on a cane can result in a dense canopy impenetrable to sunlight or airflow, heightening the risk of powdery mildew and unripe fruit. At the same time, too few might space out the canopy nicely, but won't result in much fruit come harvest. Shoot thinning is also a chance to better know each variety in the field. Our Pinot Noir is notorious for pushing out an abundance of closely spaced buds and secondary shoots in May, which must be pared back to manage a predictably prodigious canopy. That’s it in a nutshell!
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