GREAT WINE FUN!
At Eleven Winery, we're all about making great wine, and making it fun! We believe the better the wine, the more fun you'll have. We produce a wide range of wines, something for every palate. Located on Bainbridge Island, we're a bit out of the mainstream, but are a part of a small community of winemakers who are making waves across the state. Visit our tasting room near the ferry terminal any time, or tour our winery on the weekend (on certain weekends you can visit all of the wineries of Bainbridge Island). We feature live music at the winery on Saturdays.
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CONCERTS & EVENTS - ELEVEN WINERY
Make Eleven your go-to destination for good wine, good music, and friends. Saturdays feature musicians from around the Pacific Northwest with styles that cover Jazz, Folk, Pop, Traditional, and original tunes. Our music room is a rustic, unpretentious, intimate setting, just the place for musicians to show you what they love to do – and talk with you about it! And of course, there is some really great wine. For a full listing of our acts visit our Concert page.
Endearingly labeled as “Pearl Jam meets Bette Midler”, Champagne Sunday began in Ventura, CA, in 2005 migrating up to the Pacific Northwest in recent years. Husband and wife members Jessi and Jared Fredeen have been tearing up stages and crowds nationwide with their unique upbeat, roller coaster style shows, firing off gypsy-punk rock songs alongside everything from intimate tear-jerkers to anthemic foot-stompers. Described by Leanne Rimes as “the best band I’ve seen that’s not yet famous”, this act has a ton of energy, heart, and talent that makes for an engaging, powerful show.
Winery open 12-5pm. Live music 1-4pm.
Kurt is a singer/songwriter who blends folk-sensibilities with soul and has been influenced by various musicians from Otis Redding, Jeff Buckley, Damien Rice, all the way to The Beatles.
Listen to him here and come see him at the winery!
The winery is open from 12-5pm, live music from 1-4pm.
You knock on the green thick wooden door in the alley. The street lamp flickers on and off. A small panel in the door slides back and a pair of eyes appear accompanied by a hushed voice: “Do you have the password?”. “Jazzcats” you reply and the door swings open. As you stroll into the smoky speakeasy, the tawdry light of the chandelier illuminates the glamorous late-night socialites dancing, flirting and drinking sazeracs, absinthe and gin, as giddy wisps of clarinet cry and the trombone moans and the rhythm, that rhythm, and rasping voice carries you on a red haze transporting you from trouble and strife. It’s the Speakeasy Jazz Cats and they are red hot tonight!
Winery open 12-5pm; Live music from 1-4pm.