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Wine & Spirits

Cashmere in most recent years has become a destination spot for the culinary tourist. A variety of award-winning wineries now make their home at Cashmere’s Mission District. Joining them there are an artisan craft distillery and local drinkery. In the mood for something nonalcoholic? Snapdragon Coffee brews up gourmet coffee as well as fresh juices and smoothies and the Cashmere Cider Mill’s nonalcoholic, artisan cider.

The Mission District tasting rooms are:

  • Cashmere Cellars
  • Crayelle Cellars
  • Devil’s Gulch Drinkery
  • Dutch John’s Wines
  • Horan Estates Winery
  • It’s 5 O’Clock Somewhere
  • J5 Coffee
  • Snapdragon Coffee
  • Waterville Winery

Outside the Mission District, just a 1.5 country-mile from downtown, is the Cashmere Cider Mill. La Toscana Winery, often credited with starting the growing wine industry in the Wenatchee Valley, also calls Cashmere home. Voila Vineyards, just down the road from Mt. Cashmere Golf Course, is a must-see for wine enthusiasts. And Milepost 111 Brewing Company, Cashmere’s newest addition, is just off the downtown core.

 

 

 

Contact Us

103 Cottage Ave.
Cashmere, WA 98815
(509) 782-7404
info@cashmerechamber.org