Locus Wines: Spokane Edition

The winery may be located in Seattle and the wines are made in Yakima but we sure get some sweet support from the Eastern-most end of the state. Spokane has been a very supportive market for Locus Wines and we want to acknowledge (re-acknowledge in some cases), the businesses that really welcomed us. Thank you, Spokane. We are not there too often but we sure feel the love.

In October and November 2018 timeframe alone, four new establishments added Locus to their offerings:

  • Lantern Tap House
  • Latah Bistro
  • Wild Sage
  • No-Li Brewhouse

The following businesses have featured us in the past, and some of them, like Left Bank, seem to like us enough to keep coming back:

  • Bottles (Spokane Valley)
  • The Grain Shed
  • Indaba Café
  • Left Bank
  • Manito Tap House
  • Nectar Wine and Beer
  • Petunias
  • Rocket Market
  • Steel Barrel
  • Vino
  • Yokes Argonne #11

Photo credit: https://sahmdr.wordpress.com/

Cru Effect, Part 2: North, South and East

Cru Selections, our distributor in Washington and Northern Idaho, hasn’t just conquered the islands and the Peninsula. They also spearhead Locus Wines north (LaConner, Mount Vernon, Everett, Bellingham, Marysville, Mountlake Terrace) and (Tukwila, Des Moines, Tacoma, Olympia) south of metropolitan Seattle, and of course, east of it (Bellevue, Kirkland, Redmond, Renton, Sammamish, Snohomish) – as far as Spokane, actually. Some of these markets are new to us so it makes the whole trek even more exciting: