Welcome to
Whidbey Island Winery

Just a short ferry ride from the Seattle metropolitan area is Whidbey Island, the largest jewel in the Puget Sound's Island crown. Its soaring views and rural charm have made it a natural as an escape from suburban reality, and an essential part of a Washington tour. Whidbey's rainshadow climate and casual but cultured attitude made it our choice for home, vineyards and winery.




Grand Reviews!
Sangiovese 2013 - Columbia Valley

"Winemaker/owner Greg Osenbach crafts several Italian varietals from fruit grown in the Yakima Valley and Horse Heaven Hills AVAs. His Sangiovese is a delicious, medium-bodied wine, aged in neautral oak and allowed to offer aromas and flavors of cherry and berry with hints of tarry mineral that is a hallmark of Italian Chianti. The winery cat is also named Sangiovese. Give him a pat when you visit the winery on Whidbey Island this spring."

- Chuck Hill, Wines Northwest

Dolcetto 2013 - Yakima Valley

"Ripe plum, spice and cherry aromas promise to deliver a palette of fruit flavors that arrive with the first sip of this lovely 2013 Dolcetto from Whidbey Island Winery.  It's Yakima Valley fruit shows off pie cherry flavors and a bite on the palate and closes with a hint of leather.  It's been an impressive year on the competition circuit for the Langley winery, as this bottling earned a double gold at the 2015 Great Northwest Invitational Wine Competition, and the Osenbachs also captured a double gold for their 2013 Grenache during the spring Great Northwest Wine Competition."

- Andy Purdue, Wine Press Northwest