The joint tasting room from Pepper Bridge Winery and Amavi Cellars is set to open Nov. 25 at The Waterfront Vancouver.
The tasting room is on the ground floor of the Rediviva building, on the north side facing Columbia Way, and will feature both indoor and outdoor spaces. A limited portfolio of the wineries’ offerings will be available for seated tastings, according to a Wednesday press release.
Pepper Bridge and Amavi Cellars are based in Walla Walla, and both wineries are owned and operated by the same trio of families. The wineries opened their first joint tasting room in Woodinville in 2010.
The Waterfront tasting room will be the development’s second following the opening of the Maryhill Winery tasting room earlier this year. Three more wineries have announced plans to join that lineup: Brian Carter Cellars will open another tasting room at the Rediviva, Airfield Estates will open a tasting room at the RiverWest building, and Naked Winery will open a wine bar in the future Kirkland Tower.