If Pepsi goes with a hamburger and a light microwbrew with a hot dog, what wine goes with a poached dill salmon, geoduck fillet or a steaming bowl of clam chowder? The answer of course is a Washington State wine! And to help one make the correct selection, OysterFest regularly organizes a wine-tasting hall featuring Washington wines exclusively.

Each year, nearly twenty wineries showcase the vintages that have helped them make their mark in the wine world.  Whether you prefer a robust red, tantalizing white, or like some sweeter options, you’ll find it here.

Friends gather to spend hours visiting and sampling wines. Some just stop in for a few tastes on their way to one of the other many OysterFest venues. No matter your plan, stop by and experience winetasting.

Buy your souvenier glass for just $5 and wine tasting tickets for just $1 each.  Each taste of wine is two to four tickets, depending on the wine.  Tickets may be purchased and redeemed at any of the winery tables for tastes.

Click on the Winery Name to see the wine selections that will be at Oysterfest.

Davenport Cellars

Davenport Cellars is a boutique winery and small restaurant, owned and operated by Jeff and Sheila Jirka. The winery and tasting room are located in the warehouse district of Northeast Woodinville. Our onsite kitchen prepares and serves small plates, salads, flatbreads and sandwiches. Stop by our tasting room to learn more about Davenport Cellars, have lunch or a snack, and of course, sample our delicious wines.

Hoodsport Winery, inc.

Hoodsport Winery is celebrating its 41st year. Founded in 1978 they made ftheir award wining wines with their signature Island Belle grape and berries. Today Hoodsport creates its award wining wines from local WA State grapes, Island Belle and berries.


One of Thurston County’s oldest wineries, Marchetti Wines specializes in unsulfited red wines using a family process that spans 3 generations. These wines are hand crafted, made and aged in wood & then placed in bottles. The process does not use any chemicals or additives. Grapes, except for the Old Vine Zinfandel, are sourced from eastern Washington and all production is done in Olympia.

Port Townsend Vineyards

Port Townsend Vineyards integrates family heritage and innovation to provide a community wine experience of the highest quality that invests in the local legacy of agriculture, sustainability and craftsmanship.

Port Townsend Vineyards has 11 acres of vineyards, a custom crush winemaking facility and winery tasting room, and waterfront downtown tasting room and wine plaza. We invest in sustainable environmentally-friendly practices, enrich education, and celebrate local craftsmanship. We create community: our wines, events, clubs, and venues are designed to foster relationships, whether around your table or ours.

Prosser Vineyard & Winery

Crafted by hand, Prosser Vineyard and Winery continue traditions by making wine the old fashioned way…by hand. Only small adjustments were needed to achieve the award-winning methods originally tried more than a decade ago. The vine is maintained by hand throughout the year and harvested at the peak of perfection to keep levels and flavors just right. Grapes are carefully tended, destemmed and crushed in small batches before being sent to the barrel to rest and perfect. The wine is then bottled onsite and rest again before distribution and enjoyment.

Scatter Creek Winery & Brewing

Award winning Craft Winery & Brewery located all in one location. Chic Relaxed Ambiance. Open 7 days a week. Come Experience the Creek!

Stina’s Cellars

We are a small family owned and operated, award winning winery that focuses on
small lots of high quality wine.

Tanjuli Winery

Carménère? Aglianico? How did unusual, Old World wines arrive in Rattlesnake Hills of the Yakima Valley?

Tanjuli celebrates wine as a labor of love and attention to detail; the magical synergies of old and new; the camaraderie and small joys of winemaking.

Three of Cups Winery

Founded in 2013 by two friends, Three of Cups is a winery based in the Artisan Hill area of Woodinville, Washington, producing limited quantities of premium wines. Together, we share a passion for wine and food and wanted to expand that beyond our friends and family.

Walter Dacon

Lloyd and Ann began home winemaking in 2000. They had enjoyed experimenting with different wines for many years and wanted to give their own ideas a try. Their first attempts turned out so well that their friends began encouraging them to think in the direction of starting their own winery. Shortly after they made the leap and begin taking serious winemaking classes at UC Davis. For the next few years they studied everything they could about making wines and opening a winery. In 2003 the State of WA and the Federal Government granted the Anderson’s a permit to open Walter Dacon Wines. Their first crush in the fall of 03, with friends and family gathered around, was the beginning celebration of their first vintages. Their inaugural wines were put in the barrels by November and while they aged, work began on the tasting room. By May of 2005, the tasting room was open and all of the 2003 vintages made their debut. It was then that C’est Syrah Belle, C’est Syrah Beaux and C’est Syrah Magnifique, had their grand entrance onto the Washington wine scene. By the next year Wine Spectator had rated their Belle 89 pts, the Beaux 88 pts and their Magnifique received an amazing 91 pts, the winery was off and running.

The tasting room was a hit from the beginning, with the meticulously restored, vintage circulation desk from the Fremont Library in Seattle Wa, circa 1917, to the expertly hand crafted art that hangs above the tasting bar. The portrait of Lloyd’s grandfather, Walter Dacon hangs proudly over the entire winery.

Today guests, volunteers and winetasters from all over the world come to Walter Dacon to “Experience the Rhone”, as they drive through the one-of-a-kind wrought iron gate created by local and national artist Nancy Moore, the guests at Walter Dacon feel that they have arrived at one of the Northwest’s most charming boutique wineries.

When you decide to visit the majestic Olympic Peninsula, stopping by Walter Dacon is a “must destination”. Close to the beautiful shores of Hood Canal (the only fiord in the lower 48) and minutes away from hiking, kayaking and 5 star accommodations, Walter Dacon and it’s fabulous wines and tasting room, create a true wine lovers experience.

Westport Winery

Westport Winery Garden Resort and Sea Glass Grill are located halfway between Aberdeen and Westport along Highway 105 and are open daily from 8am to 7pm for wine tasting, breakfast, lunch and dinner. Westport Winery Seaside, a satellite tasting room in Seaside, OR is also open daily from 11am to 6pm. Having celebrated 11 years this year, the winery makes 36 wines and 2 hard ciders and has plans to open a distillery later this year. Westport Winery has become a full destination with wine tasting, oil and vinegar tasting, bakery and restaurant, gift shop, plant nursery, 15 acres of botanical gardens, disc golf course, and an executive golf course.

Wind Rose Cellars

Wind Rose Cellars aspires to be Pacific Northwest’s premier winery for producing Italian style wines. We produce small lots of hand crafted wines from select vineyards in eastern Washington. For white wines, we produce Pinot Grigio, Chardonnay, Sauvignon Blanc, Orange Muscat, and a dry rosé we called Rosato. For red wines, we produce Barbera, Primitivo, Dolcetto, Nebbiolo, Sangiovese, Cab Sauv, Malbec, Tempranillo, Grenache, Cab Franc, Petit Verdot, and Carménère.
During the day at our tasting room you can taste several of our award winning wines. Friday and Saturday, we have live music from 7-9pm, serve 12+ wines by the glass.