Successful 1st weekend for West Seattle’s new Cairdeas Winery tasting room

Big smiles from Cairdeas Winery owners Charlie and Lacey Lybecker when we stopped by their new West Seattle tasting room at mid-afternoon: Grand-opening weekend was going well, despite the lack of sunshine to bring a massive flow of traffic past their Harbor Avenue front door (southernmost street-level storefront at ActivSpace, just north of the West Seattle Bridge). The wines they’re pouring/selling now are all West Seattle-made, from their first winery on Delridge; they’ve since moved home base to Bryn Mawr, but their fondness for West Seattle led them to launch their tasting room here.

If you missed their opening weekend, catch them next weekend and future Saturdays-Sundays, noon-5 pm Saturdays and Sundays. (Wondering about the name? As explained online, it’s pronounced “car-dess” and: “Cairdeas is an ancient Gaelic word meaning friendship, goodwill or alliance. We believe in all three.”)

1 Reply to "Successful 1st weekend for West Seattle's new Cairdeas Winery tasting room"

  • Brandon June 1, 2011 (10:38 pm)

    Good luck in the new space! 113 served me well for nearly 3 years and I hope you have as much success there as I did. PS: You may want to add and AC unit in there. With the windows on the South elevation it can get really warm in the summer when more than 2 people are in that unit.

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