Remarkable ... Like A Dancing Fish!
Join us for a tasting! You can drop in for first-come first-served seating in our heated tent, or make a reservation for the barn or tasting room by calling us at 360.632.4190 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Tasting Room Hours: Thursday: 11am - 6pm
Friday & Saturday: 11am - 7:30pm
Sunday: 11am - 6pm
Yes, we are open and in PHASE THREE! We look forward to seeing you soon - Cheers!
Dancing Fish Vineyards offers a "five star" winery, hospitality and special event experience on the south end of Whidbey Island. Our unique destination is for everyone who enjoys luxury and beauty in a natural setting.
Our Winery, Farmhouse and Hospitality Barn are perfect for guests with discerning tastes seeking an outstanding experience. Join us for an afternoon of wine tasting, an overnight get-away, a retreat or special event.
We are tucked amidst tall pines, within walking distance of downtown Freeland, we represent what is the spirit of Whidbey—beauty, serenity, and harmony. We offer six acres of softly hilled pastures and vineyards, apple orchards and perennial gardens.
Whether you are enjoying an afternoon of wine tasting, a corporate retreat or concert, special outing or event, the sheer country beauty of our Italian-inspired farm and vineyard will make you want to stroll the grounds and linger just a bit longer as you relax and enjoy the Dancing Fish Vineyards magic.
Ultra-Premium Wine ... and So Much More!
Located on historic Newman Road, Dancing Fish Vineyards - named after the salmon that swim in and dance across our beautiful Island waters - is an easy walk to the Earth Sanctuary, Island Art Glass, Froggwell Gardens, the Friends of Freeland hiking trails and downtown Freeland; and is a short distance from the many centrally located restaurants, activities and events that Whidbey Island has to offer.
For availability and reservations, click here.
For your best Tasting Room experience, please call for reservations for groups more than eight persons.
Photo Credits, various on site: Jeanne Phinney Photography
Greg Strom, Island West Branding