Eternal Wines is making small lots of terrior-driven Washington wines.
Our focus is on single vineyard Rhone varietals. Native fermentation, extended maceration, and non-intrusive wine-making techniques. Eternal wines only uses hand harvested fruit from premium vineyards. Our sister label Drink Washington State is focused on blends from the individual AVA’s in Washington that are also an amazing value. These are larger production wines that are more approachable early on.
Established in 2014 by owner and winemaker Brad Binko. He grew up in Buffalo, NY and spent time at Northeastern University, University at Buffalo, and the WWCC Enology and Viticulture program which he is a graduate of. Brad Binko is a certified sommelier and ran fine dining wine programs in Charleston, SC before moving to Walla Walla to follow his dreams of making wine. As a sommelier he has tasted around the Washington AVAs and found certain areas that express the place and varietals to the fullest.
The Eternal Wines and Drink Washington State tasting room and winery are located at the airport incubators. These are 5 units owned by the Port of Walla Walla designed for newer wineries. We are located at 602 Piper Ave Walla Walla, WA 99362. We are open 7 days a week 11-4pm Sun-Thurs and 11-5pm Fri & Sat for walk-in tastings. Please call for specific hours during winter months. 509-240-6258.
Our winemaker and owner looking at sugar levels in the grapes.
We host many parties and events at our winery through out the year. These include:
- Beats & Bites concert & food truck series
- Annual PRIDE Party
- Holiday barrel
- Spring & Fall Release
- Late night dance parties
- Corporate parties
- Wedding receptions
Please call us for more information on throwing an event at our winery! We can host a few friends or up to 700 people! 509-240-6258
Meet the “staff.”
Chloe and Otis pretty much run things around here! Chloe is the winery dog. She loves chasing birds, cats, gophers, and pretty much anything else in the vineyard. Otis is the newest member of the team, and the easier one to please. He loves everything except leaf hoppers! We will always remember Picasso, the OG winery dog, who passed at the age of 15! If the vineyard wasn’t Picasso approved we didn’t want it.