Troll Treasures & Wine Wonders

Embark on an unforgettable journey to Bainbridge Island, where every moment is a discovery waiting to unfold! Board a swift ferry from downtown Seattle, and in just 35 minutes, you'll find yourself amidst the allure of Washington's finest wineries and wine tasting experiences. But the adventure doesn't end there! Prepare to be enchanted by the whimsical presence of PIA, the Peacekeeper Troll, crafted by the renowned artist Thomas Dambo. Then, pay homage to history at the Bainbridge Island Japanese American Exclusion Memorial, a poignant testament to resilience and remembrance. As you savor the award-winning wines lovingly crafted on the island, our expert guides will lead you through this mosaic of culture, flavor, and heritage, ensuring your Bainbridge Island escapade is nothing short of extraordinary.

We don't just drop you off at each winery we help guide you through the Bainbridge Island experience.

✓ Awarded "Best in the PNW - Seattle Times" 2023

✓ Awarded "Best of Bainbridge" 2019, 2020, 2021, 2022!

✓ Rated the "Most Amazing Experience On Bainbridge Island."

✓ Receive V.I.P. treatment; possibly get to taste from the barrel of the newest wines.

✓ Visit 2 of the island's wineries and meet with the winemakers.

✓ Visit PIA THE PEACEKEEPER TROLL & The Bainbridge Island Japanese American Exclusion Memorial

What's included:

What's not included:

Things to know:

  • Please note that you must be 21 years of age or over to attend this tour
  • Guests must bring a government-issued photo identification as proof of age.
  • Passports and/or driver’s licenses are acceptable.

Tour Pick Up and Important Information

You're pick up location options are chosen during the booking process. Please indicate where you would like to be picked up during your booking process.

Weather Conditions

Pacific Northwest weather can be temperamental, and therefore it is a good idea to bring some warm clothes with you (essential in the winter months). Bainbridge Island is usually warmer than the places we visit outside of Bainbridge Island, and from our experience, you will be much more comfortable if you’re not battling the elements! Layers are a good way to adapt to the often changing weather conditions. Comfortable shoes are a good idea too, as we do some walking on all of our tours. Washington is famous for its rain, but it typically rains much less than you probably imagine! However, it would still be a good idea to bring an umbrella and/or waterproofs with you, just in case.