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Tasting Room - Curbside Pick Up Only

No tastings, but still lots of wine-purchasing avenues.

Open for curbside pickup M-F, 9:30 to 5. Saturday and Sunday, 12-5. 

Please pull up in front of the tasting room and give us a friendly *honk honk.* We'll come right out, take your order, load your car, and you'll be on your way. We'll hand your card back to you with a sanitizing wipe. 

Thank you for your continued support. The tasting room on Red Mountain will be closed for tastings until we are instructed otherwise and we believe that our staff and the public will be safe to operate under "normal" conditions. 

We are still able/willing to fill online orders, and we're entering a prime time of year for weather/temperature. So if you'd like to order wine online, we'd very much appreciate that

I have about 80 cases of 2018 Estate Red Mountain Rosé of Mourvèdre left, and that's about 80 cases too many with the 2019 rosé bottled and ready to go. We weren't planning on putting this pricing online or otherwise publicizing it, but we're changing our tack: 12 bottles can be had for $84 (Members pay $58). Give us a call (509-588-6716) or email ( and we'll get you set up with that pricing - it's not available on the website. April 27 update: Gone! Thank you! 

We're also happy to provide a curbside pickup service. Give us a call (509-588-6716) and we can have wine ready to go for you when you arrive (9:30-5 on weekdays, 12-5 on weekends); social distancing compliant trunk-placement and all!

We are very fortunate to have fantastic distributors in Washington state. There's a decent chance that our wine is available at your closest supermarket. Since you're going to be there anyways, we'd recommend cruising by the wine section for a bottle or two (if you are so inclined, of course!). 

Here's a list of over 120 retailers in the greater Seattle area that carry our wines

If you're not in Seattle (or Washington!) but would still like to find our wine at a local retailer, we can help there as well. Please send an email to and we'll track some down for you. 

One more thing - if you are considering buying direct from a winery, I would recommend making selections from your favorite boutique/micro/family-run operations instead of Kiona. There are many wineries in Washington that depend on Direct-to-Consumer sales and do not have the benefit of having distribution like we have. It could make all the difference to them! We are also small and family-run, but much larger than many and less dependent on Direct-to-Consumer volume. 

Stay safe out there. 

- JJ