Upcoming Events

Master Sommelier Tasting with Thomas Price

March 16th, 12pm

We would like to invite all of our wine club members to join us for a tasting guided by Thomas Price MS. This experience will feature several flights of wine, light food, and the opportunity to learn from Mr. Price’s expertise and from our winemakers. Find more information about Mr. Price’s career here!

Only 25 spots available, so contact info@balboawinery.com, or call 509.529.0461 to RSVP!

Customer Appreciation Night

April 5th, 5-8pm

We would like to invite all members of the Ringside club to join us for dinner on April 5th and 6th, to show our appreciation for our wine club! Food will be provided by Fiasco Pizza Company featuring guest-chef Ivano, who is visiting all the way from Brancoli, Italy.

Please RSVP by emailing info@balboawinery or by calling 509.529.0461

Spring Release Weekend

May 3rd-5th, 10am-4pm

Join us for our annual Fiesta de Vino Blanco!

We will be releasing our new white wines and our rosé on this weekend, and invite you all to stop by Balboa to taste them.

We will also have Fiasco Pizza Company here, serving their hand-crafted wood-fired pies!


Balboa Red Wine Sale

January 14th

For the month of January, our 2013 Balboa Red Wine will be sold at a special price of $20/btl! (usually $30/btl)

You can stop in the winery to, give us a call, email info@balboawinery.com , or CLICK HERE to purchase!

Recent News

REVIEW: Walla Walla Roundup, Washington Wine Report

“Tasting through the lineup at Balboa Winery is always a unique experience. Most of the wines come from Walla Walla Valley fruit, and Balboa is moving increasingly in this direction. Additionally, many of the wines are aged in a low percentage of new oak and sometimes even in neutral barrels – a rarity in Washington.” –Sean Sullivan, Washington Wine Report

REVIEW: 2005 Mith, Wine Enthusiast

“The third vintage of Mith is the best yet, composed of fruit from three top-notch Walla Walla vineyards. It’s two thirds Cabernet Sauvignon and one third Syrah. The wine opens seductively with luscious blueberry, blackberry and black cherry fruit, wrapped in sexy layers of earth and herb. Whiffs of smoke lead into a silky smooth, chocolaty finish. 91 points.” –Paul Gregutt, Wine Enthusiast

ARTICLE: Harvest 2007, Seattle Times

“Now in his ninth year of winemaking, Glase loves the work but doesn’t try to glamorize the long, hard hours, especially during crush. ‘It’s still extremely difficult for my wife to accept that I’ll leave the house at 6 a.m. and not be home till after can you get rid of herpes 9 at night,’ he says.” –Paul Gregutt, Seattle Times

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