In the heart of it all the new Browne Family Vineyards Tasting room is located in Seattle’s historic Pioneer Square right next to famed restaurants Il Terrazzo Carmine and Intermezzo Carmine. The tasting room is located in the Seller Building, which was designed by the legendary Seattle Architect A. Warren Gould in 1906 and showcases the building’s historical significance with Northwest inspired with details of dark woods, antique brass lighting accents and leather seating. It’s a warm and welcoming space for individuals looking to escape a rainy Seattle day or for groups looking to experience fine Washington wine prior to sporting or music events in the SODO neighborhood or taking in the world-famous Pike Place Market just up the street.


413 First Ave South


(206) 887-9463


Open Daily from 11 am – 8 pm
Extended Hours for special events, game days, and in summer. Please call or check our Facebook page for additional information.



Walla Walla

Set in the birthplace of Browne Family Vineyards, Walla Walla, the winery opened its tasting room in May 2014 at 31 E. Main street in the historic downtown district. Here, guests can meet the winemaker at select events, enjoy one of the few patios in town for al fresco sipping, or taste inside among brown leather tufted sofas and wingback chairs admiring hewn woodwork and carefully curated lifestyle merchandise.


31 East Main Street
Walla Walla,


(509) 522-1261


November – April: Sunday – Wednesday: 11 am – 5 pm; Thursday – Saturday: 11 am- 7 pm
May – October: Sunday – Wednesday: 11 am – 5 pm; Thursday – Saturday: 11 am - 8 pm