Winery

AMELIA WYNN, founded in 2008 on Bainbridge Island, is a small lot winery that produces Bordeaux, Rhone, and Northern Italian varietal wines.  Owner and vintner Paul Bianchi participated in his first crush 19 years ago and has gone on to produce  wines that have won numerous national awards as well as 94 point scores.   Grapes are sourced from notable vineyards from Eastern Washington where terroir and vineyard age is paramount.  Importantly attentive elevage in the cellar insures wines are optimally aged prior to bottling and release.

AMELIA WYNN wines recently were awarded 4 Gold Medals & 2 Silvers at the 2018 San Francisco Chronicle International Wine Competition:

  • 2016 Tempranillo  Yakima Valley DOUBLE GOLD
  • 2015 Cabernet Sauvignon Red Mountain GOLD
  • 2015 Sangiovese Red Mountain GOLD
  • 2015 DuoVin Merlot Walla Walla GOLD
  • 2015 Cabernet Franc SILVER
  • 2016 Albarino SILVER

AMELIA WYNN wines are available at  Island Tasting Room Gallery Cafe 450 Winslow Way East and at the Winery by appointment only.  9974 NE Pt. View Drive, Bainbridge Island.  Contact 206.251.9094

AMELIA WYNN wines are available for purchase at these locations:

Pane D’Amore,  4569 Lynwood Center Drive NE, Bainbridge Island, WA

Crimson Cove,  18928 Front Street, NE #100, Poulsbo, WA

Rolling Bay Hay & Feed,   10355 NE Valley Road, Bainbridge Island, WA

 

AMELIA WYNN wines are proudly being served at Restaurant MarcheCafe Nola,   Beach House,  Earth & Vine Wine Bar,  Doc’s Marina Grill,  and Hitchcock restaurants on Bainbridge Island and in Seattle Tilth Restaurant

About the Vintner

Paul Bianchi has been making wine since 1998.  The goal of the winery is to create wines that are a blend of old and new world styles that showcase the grape varietal, that are complex in character, balanced in mouth feel, and most importantly, are complementary to a meal. To advance this goal, high quality grapes are sourced from vineyards whose viticulture practices insure mature fruit with balanced sugars, acid, and ripe flavors.  Grapes are minimally processed to preserve the varietal characteristics.   Reds are barrel aged in new and used American, Hungarian, and French oak to give depth to the flavor and bouquet.