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The Barrister Winery was founded by two enterprising attorneys - both of who were, obviously, passionate about wine. They started extremely small-scale, producing only reds, but as their success has snowballed, so has production. They claim that no love has been lost in the jump from home winemaking to a professional wine-making business - something visitors can judge for themselves in this charming tasting room. Along with tastings, the winery arranges regular events and can cater for special occasions. Call for more information.
Whilst most people wouldn't immediately associate fishing with the distilling of fine liquor, the founders of Dry Fly Distilling were inspired by exactly that. The distillery produces finely crafted vodka, gin and whiskey, all of which have garnered many accolades since the distillery opened. Also, if you've always dreamed of making your own liquor, Dry Fly offer hands-on distilling classes, based on the experience of the two founders.
No-Li Brewhouse is a beer connoisseur's dream come true. Brewed on site, the beers served here are delicious and they promise something for everyone's taste. They have over ten beers that are regularly available and also have rotating brews on tap. There is plenty of bar food to satiate your hunger and the patio is perfect to cool of on a hot summer after noon. You can sit here with your beer while soaking in views of the peacefully flowing Spokane River.
Enjoy a glimpse of the Florentine style of architecture while enjoying some great wine from the Arbor Crest Winery at the Riblet Mansion. Dating back to 1925, the mansion was initially home to Royal Riblet, but is now the headquarters of the Arbor Crest Winery. Visitors can indulge in wine tastings, explore the mansion or even book the expansive grounds for private celebrations. Even if you have little time to spare during your stay in the city, a quick visit to Riblet Mansion and Arbor Crest Winery won't let you down.
The Latah Creek Wine Cellars is one of the few family-run wineries in Washington State and the Conway family works hard to produce high-quality, delicious red and white wine that is reflective of the grape that it comes from. Their Merlot is particularly recommended, which has been singled out as one of the best in the state by Wine Spectator. Latah Creek also provides free tastings and has maintained a friendly, intimate feel that encourages customer loyalty.
This lovely micro-winery is more than just vino - it is also the place to go if you're looking to have an event catered and you wish for food that has largely been sourced locally; many of the vegetables used have been grown on the Trezzi farm itself. The cook, David Trezzi, specializes in flavorful Northern Italian cuisine. The wine-tasting room is a converted tractor room and it is airy and spacious, with a rustic feel. The farm itself is a beautiful setting for special events - there have been many weddings held here and regular food and wine pairing nights are also hosted at the farm.