A casual and fun tasting room at the Bayview Corner Cash Store called TASTE FOR WINE & ART is the off-site tasting room for Blooms Winery. You will find tables and chairs for sitting an enjoying a glass of wine with your friends. Order up a cheese tray with local organic cheeses or some toasted bruschetta to snack on. On Sunday afternoons you can listen to live music from 3-5 pm featuring local talented singers/songwriters & musicians! Our tasting room also has an art gallery, and our talented local artists show paintings, encaustic, sculpture, fibre arts, jewelry and more in shows that change every other month. Don't forget, our wines are available at local grocery stores, wine shops and restaurants. If you don't see it, ask for it. Or, you can join our WINE CLUB and get four selections each year plus other great discounts and special purchases and events!

Location Description

Located on Whidbey Island, a wine destination area for Western Washington.


  • Wine, Music and Art - what a great blend!

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Ken Bloom
Virginia Bloom


Ken and Virginia Bloom began making wine in 1998.

The Team

Jim Bloom has managed the award winning Middleridge Vineyards outside of Hopland for over 20 years. As manager there he won "Grape Grower of the Year" from the San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition with his Sauvignon Blanc for Windsor Winery.

Estate Vineyards / AVA

When Jim and his late wife Ranee purchased their farm in Sanel Valley outside of Hopland they asked family and friends to come help them plant the first rows of grapes. They put plaques at the end of each row designating who planted the row.

Jacob plants his row in 1996.
Ken inspects his row in 2006.

The first harvest was 1998, and Ken and Virginia traveled to California to help with that first harvest and each year since then. Jim makes sure the best grapes are saved for Bloom Vineyards Family Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon.


Ken and Virginia have spent time each summer and fall visiting vineyards in Eastern Washington walking the rows tasting grapes and talking to growers to find the best grapes to make their Washington wines.
The main source of grapes is in the Rattlesnake Hills region of the Yakima Valley, where the Syrah and Viognier from Julie Bosma are grown. Snipes Mountain is the source for Semillon, and in the Columbia Valley, Blooms get Malbec and Petite Verdot from the Dills at Kalibri Vineyards. Julie Bosma has planted a new section of vineyard exclusively for Blooms Winery, and we are anxiously awaiting our first harvest of the new crop!

Whidbey Island grown grapes, when available are from Comfort Vineyards on Wilkenson Rd. in Langley
And of course, we do grow our own rhubarb for that fabulous Ambrosia wine that folks love so much!


Silver Medals in 2014 - Viognier, 2009 Cabernet, RUBY, Beach Cabin and Semillon, Bronze for the Duet!
2013 Seattle Wine Awards
Blooms Winery was honored with by the 2013 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition, where the 2008 Bloom Vineyards Cabernet won a Silver Medal, the 2010 Melange, our Washington red blend, won a Silver Medal and the 2011 Snipes Mtn. Semillon won a Bronze Medal.

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5603 Bayview Rd
Bay 2
Langley, Washington 98260
United States

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