Fall Line Winery is an artisanal producer of elegant, classically-styled wines, crafted with fruit from some of the most prized vineyard sites in the state of Washington.
Founded in 2003, Fall Line is owned and operated by Tim Sorenson and Nancy Rivenburgh. The winery is located in the eclectic Georgetown district, about four miles south of downtown Seattle.
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Fall Line continues its run of excellence: Jeb Dunnuck reviews the 2011s and 2012s in the June 30 issue of Robert Parker's Wine Advocate. See a summary of the scores here.
Fall Line earns more accolades for its 2010 Artz and 2010 Red Willow. See the May 31 issue of Wine Spectator. Or just check out the scores here.
Fall Line's Bordeaux styled blends were Taste Washington favorites for Mr. Bill Zacharkiw, a critic and writer for The Montreal Gazette. Read his quite informative article here.
With high praise for Fall Line's consistently excellent wines, Seattle Met names Fall Line Winery as one of the top 'unsung heroes' of Washington wine. Fall Line is also featured in the magazine's "Wine Road Trips: Seattle."
Taste Fall Line
Fall Line welcomes visitors for wine tasting by appointment. Read additional details here.
How to Buy
If you live in the Seattle area, call in your order and arrange to pick it up at the winery or have it delivered for free!
If you are not in Seattle but live in a state to which Fall Line is able to ship to consumers (check here), you can buy directly from the Fall Line Store.