AntoLin Cellars has moved! Stop by and sample wines from their Estate Vineyard in their gorgeous new Tasting Room at the corner of Front Street and Yakima Avenue. The Tasting Room is on the grounds of a landmark train station in Yakima’s Historic North Front Street district.
This is a great spot to relax and savor wines from their vines to your glass; and a little food! The decor is comfortable and contemporary. The Tasting Room has a nice outdoor patio, plenty of parking and is conveniently located near a variety of lodging in the area.
AntoLin offers many award-winning varietals to enjoy including wines generating Double Gold from the Seattle Wine Awards. AntoLin Cellars offers a boutique collection of expressive and note-worthy wines that are equally appealing in value. In 2009, founders Tony and Linda Haralson, long standing residents in the Yakima community, turned their dreams of owning and operating a winery into a reality after developing their estate vineyard. They opened their new Tasting Room in late 2014.
Their Riesling, Carmenere, Malbec and Cabernet Sauvignon are grown on their 5-acre estate vineyard, Glacier. They also obtain Chardonnay, Merlot, Viognier and Syrah, from select sites in the Yakima and Columbia Valleys. The name, AntoLin, is a collective of their first names, signifying their partnership.
12/5/2011 – 2010 Estate Riesling was rated “Outstanding” and given a “Best Buy” distinction in Wine Press Northwest
Antolin Cellars: Yakima’s wine scene offers music and entertainment the first Friday of every month. Grab a bite from one of several independently owned restaurants or order a small plate at a winery. Yakima makes and idea base for exploring the region’s wine country with half-a-dozen hotels and restaurants within walking distance of the wineries.
The Tasting Room: Located in the historic Burlington Northern train station complex is AntoLinCellars’ new tasting room. When Northern Pacific Railroad created its depot at this location in 1884, Yakima City (now Union Gap) used teams of horses to slowly pull and roll the entire town to this location, known as Yakima’s birthplace.
In 2014 Tony and Linda Haralson moved the tasting room to this historic location. The couple sources riesling, viognier, cabernet sauvignon, merlot and syrah from Glacier, their 5-acre estate vineyard. Enjoy these single varietal wines while relaxing on the outdoor patio. Best Bottle to Bring Home: Antolin Cellars Chardonnay