Moulton Falls Winery

Wine Train & Live Music at Moulton Falls

Tickets for the Wine Train package are available at Moulton Falls Winery during business hours or online at www.tickettomato.com. The price per person is $45—or $40 for veterans—and includes appetizers, wine and cider tasting, the train ride, and live music. This is a super-popular event, so purchasing tickets in advance of the day, while not required, is enthusiastically recommended.

Halloween Party at Moulton Falls Winery

Fall is a glorious time at Moulton Falls Winery in scenic Yacolt, not just because the surrounding lanscape burst into vibrant autumn colors, but also because it’s harvest time. All the grapes are being harvested, crushed, and bottled, and local apples and other fruits are being turned into delicious ciders. It’s time to celebrate with a Moulton Falls-style Halloween Party from 6 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, Oct. 28.

There will be live music by 60s & 70s tribute band Echoes of Yasgurs, a costume contest with prizes, the release of a new Sangiovese, beer and cider on tap, and a special “witch’s brew.” (What’s in it? We can’t tell you, but rest assured, it’s probably not eye of newt.) Moulton Falls ciders on tap include Yellowstone, Pine-Bear (pineapple-raspberry), Ripsaw Raspberry, and Tart Cherry. Beers on tap include Arson Amber, Transcend IPA, Vantucky Pale Ale, and R.I.P. Porter. Ciders and beers are both available by the glass for $7, or you can purchase your own 32-ounce squealers or 64-ounce growlers to take home. The wood fired oven will be stoked up and turning out pizzas, calzones and other treats, and salads and sandwiches will be available from the kitchen.

The winery opens at noon on Saturdays, and the winery is a delightful place to spend an afternoon, either indoors or outdoors when the weather is fine. Sample some wines and enjoy the view and refresh yourselves with nibbles from the kitchen. To learn more about Moulton Falls Winery—which offers live music and wine tasting every weekend year-round—visit moultonfallswinery.com. The winery is located at 31101 N.E. Railroad Ave. in Yacolt.

Halloween Party at Moulton Falls Winery

Fall is a glorious time at Moulton Falls Winery in scenic Yacolt, not just because the surrounding landscape is bursting into vibrant autumn colors, but also because it’s harvest time. All the grapes are being harvested, crushed, and bottled, and local apples and other fruits are being turned into delicious ciders. It’s time to celebrate with a Moulton Falls-style Halloween Party on Saturday, Oct. 28.

There will be live music by 60s & 70s tribute band Echoes of Yasgurs, a costume contest with prizes, the release of a new Sangiovese, beer and cider on tap, and a special “witch’s brew.” (What’s in it? We can’t tell you, but rest assured, it’s probably not eye of newt.) Moulton Falls ciders on tap include Yellowstone, Pine-Bear (pineapple-raspberry), Ripsaw Raspberry, and Tart Cherry. Beers on tap include Arson Amber, Transcend IPA, Vantucky Pale Ale, and R.I.P. Porter. Ciders and beers are both available by the glass for $7, or you can purchase your own 32-ounce squealers or 64-ounce growlers to take home. The wood fired oven will be stoked up and turning out pizzas, calzones and other treats, and salads and sandwiches will be available from the kitchen.

The winery opens at noon on Saturdays, and the winery is a delightful place to spend an afternoon, either indoors or outdoors when the weather is fine. Sample some wines and enjoy the view and refresh yourselves with nibbles from the kitchen. To learn more about Moulton Falls Winery—which offers live music and wine tasting every weekend year-round—visit moultonfallswinery.com. The winery is located at 31101 N.E. Railroad Ave. in Yacolt.

RockSolid Summer Concert at Moulton Falls

Come to Moulton Falls Winery at 5 p.m. on Sunday, Aug. 19, to hear live music from Amber Sweeney and local band The Exquisite Taste of Plain Water, who will be performing at a fundraiser for RockSolid Teen Center. This is a family-friendly event and all ages are welcome! You can listen to music and enjoy food from Moulton Falls’ full-service kitchen (including wood-fired pizzas and quesadillas). If you’re 21 and over, you can sample some of Moulton Fall’s delicious wine, sangria, and cider made from local fruit. Event tickets are $10 each, available at rocksolid-teen.com. There will be also be raffle tickets for sale with tempting prizes from local merchants.

Rocksolid Community Teen Center offers a safe afterschool hang-out for fifth through 12th grade students in the Battle Ground and Hockinson School Districts. The teen center offers free healthy snacks and provides mentors who help with homework, play games, make crafts, teach life skills, and join the teens community service projects. The teen center is hoping to raise enough funds to update its multipurpose room, where they host guest speaker presentations and show educational-based programs and entertaining movies. Learn more about RockSolid Community Teen Center at rocksolid-teen.com.

To learn more about Moulton Falls Winery—which offers live music and wine tasting every weekend all summer long—visit moultonfallswinery.com. The winery is located at 31101 N.E. Railroad Ave. in Yacolt.

Far Out Festival at Moulton Falls Winery

Even if you’re not old enough to have been at Woodstock, you at least know that it stands for total grooviness, flower power, rock ‘n roll, tie dye, and vamped up VW vans. Don your best retro duds, tie-dye, and hippie beads and relive the days of peace and love at Moulton Falls Winery with the Far Out Festival from noon to 9 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 12. Live music will be happenin’ from 5 to 9 p.m. with Butterfly Breakdown, Jo & Nick, and Harvest Gold. There will also be lots of vendors on hand selling local goods.

The Moulton Falls Winery kitchen will be open and offering everything from wine and cider to appetizers to salads and freshly baked focaccia. There will be Electric Kool-Aid (sangria), Peace Pizza, and Magic Mushrooms (stuffed mushrooms—because anything that tastes that yummy is, like, totally magic, man). Try some of Moulton Fall’s legendary wood-fired quesadillas with chicken or seasoned beef, cheese, olives, green onions, and pickled peppers, served with sour cream and salsa. Food vendors will also be on site, selling all kinds of yummy treats.

The entry fee is $15 per person and includes a commemorative mug and drink tokens. For more information, and to learn more about Moulton Falls Winery—which offers live music and wine tasting every weekend all summer long—visit moultonfallswinery.com. The winery is located at 31101 N.E. Railroad Ave. in Yacolt.

Far Out Festival at Moulton Falls

Even if you’re not old enough to have been at Woodstock, you at least know that it stands for total grooviness, flower power, rock ‘n roll, tie dye, and vamped up VW vans. Don your best retro duds and hippie beads and relive the days of peace and love at Moulton Falls Winery with the Far Out Festival from noon to 9 p.m. on Saturday, Aug. 12. Live music will be happenin’ from 5 to 9 p.m. with Butterfly Breakdown, Jo & Nick, and Harvest Gold. There will also be lots of vendors on hand selling local goods.

The Moulton Falls Winery kitchen will be open and offering everything from wine and cider to appetizers to salads and freshly baked focaccia. There will be Electric Kool-Aid (sangria), Peace Pizza, and Magic Mushrooms (stuffed mushrooms—because anything that tastes that yummy is, like, totally magic, man). Try some of Moulton Fall’s legendary wood-fired quesadillas with chicken or seasoned beef, cheese, olives, green onions, and pickled peppers, served with sour cream and salsa. Food vendors will also be on site, selling all kinds of yummy treats.

The entry fee is $15 per person and includes a commemorative mug and drink tokens. For more information, and to learn more about Moulton Falls Winery—which offers live music and wine tasting every weekend all summer long—visit moultonfallswinery.com. The winery is located at 31101 N.E. Railroad Ave. in Yacolt.

Moulton Falls Dinner & Wine Train

The Chelatchie Prairie Railroad is offering a delicious way to celebrate Independence Day Weekend from 4 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, July 1, in conjunction with Moulton Falls Winery, 30901 N.E. Railroad Ave. in Yacolt. After some yummy appetizers served at the winery at 4 p.m., the steam locomotive will pick up passengers at 5 p.m., then continue on its scenic route through Heisson and on to a bridge across the East Fork of the Lewis River. On the return trip, the train will drop passengers back at the winery for dinner and festivities.

Tickets for the Wine Train package are available at Moulton Falls Winery during business hours or online at www.tickettomato.com. The price per person is $45, and includes appetizers, wine tasting, the train ride, dinner, and live music from Echoes of Yasgurs until 9 p.m. This is another super-popular event, so purchasing tickets in advance of the day, while not required, is enthusiastically recommended.

Steam Train Rides & Moulton Falls Wine Train

Celebrate Independence Day weekend with an old-fashioned steam train ride! The Chelatchie Prairie Railroad is  putting its steam train on the rails this weekend, July 1 and 2. The train, pulled by a 1929 steam locomotive, runs south about seven miles to the Heisson area, through a 330-foot tunnel through solid rock, with a stop at Moulton Station to visit Yacolt Falls. Excursions depart at noon and 2:30 p.m. from the station in Yacolt, located at 207 N. Railroad Ave. Passengers should arrive at least 30 minutes prior to departure. Reservations are recommended as space is limited, especially on Independence Day weekend. (…because seriously, who doesn’t love a train ride?)

Tickets are $20 per person, $19 for seniors, $15 for children five to 12, and $13 for little ones two to four. Babies up to age two are free! To buy your tickets and reserve your spot on this popular and scenic train ride, visit www.bycx.com or call 360-686-3559.

The railroad is offering another delicious way to celebrate from 4 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, July 1, in conjunction with Moulton Falls Winery, 30901 N.E. Railroad Ave. in Yacolt. After some yummy appetizers served at the winery at 4 p.m., the steam locomotive will pick up passengers at 5 p.m., then continue on its scenic route through Heisson and on to a bridge across the East Fork of the Lewis River. On the return trip, the train will drop passengers back at the winery for dinner and festivities.

Tickets for the Wine Train package are available at Moulton Falls Winery during business hours or online at www.tickettomato.com. The price per person is $45, and includes appetizers, wine tasting, the train ride, dinner, and live music from Echoes of Yasgurs until 9 p.m. This is another super-popular event, so purchasing tickets in advance of the day, while not required, is enthusiastically recommended.

Dinner & Wine Train with Moulton Falls Winery

The Chelatchie Prairie Railroad is offering a special Father’s Day Weekend dinner and wine train from 4 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, June 17, in conjunction with Moulton Falls Winery, 30901 N.E. Railroad Ave. in Yacolt. After some yummy appetizers served at the winery at 4 p.m., the steam locomotive will pick up passengers at 5 p.m., then continue on its scenic route through Heisson and on to a bridge across the East Fork of the Lewis River. On the return trip, the train will drop passengers back at the winery for dinner and festivities.

Tickets for the Wine Train package are available at Moulton Falls Winery during business hours or online at www.tickettomato.com. The price per person is $45, and includes appetizers, wine tasting, the train ride, a BBQ dinner, and live music from Full Circle until 9 p.m. This is another super-popular event, so purchasing tickets in advance of the day, while not required, is enthusiastically recommended.

Happy Hour at Moulton Falls Winery

Have you made plans for the long weekend? Well, there are plenty of things for you to enjoy at Moulton Falls Winery and in the surrounding countryside. How about a beautiful drive, for starters, followed by a nice hike along the East Fork of the Lewis River? Then, when you’re all thirsty and hungry, come to Moulton Falls for wine and cider tastings. On Friday evenings from 4 to 9 p.m., the tasting room is introducing new Happy Hour pricing: $5 pints of cider and draught beer and $9 wood-fired pizza. Enjoy Red Mountain grape-made wines, the 2015 Lemberger, Red Blends, Old No. 10, and Siouxon Red. Current ciders on tap include the Gristmill Gold, Yellowstone, Ripsaw Raspberry, and Chelatchie Cherry. Current beers include Transcend IPA, Old Timber Nut Brown Ale, R.I.P. Porter, and Heathen Blonde Ale.

On Friday, May 26, enjoy live folk music from 6 to 9 p.m. Come back on Saturday from 6 to 8 p.m. to hear the Neil Young tribute band, Harvest Gold. The Moulton Falls Kitchen will be cooking up its tasty wood fired food including its legendary Moulton Melt: deli roast beef and ham piled on house-baked focaccia bread and topped with sautéed veggies and melted white cheddar, served with au jus and a crisp salad, for $9.95.

To learn more about this beautiful winery in a bucolic setting, visit moultonfallswinery.com. The winery offers live music most Fridays and Saturdays and hosts several large outdoor concerts every summer. They are located at 31101 N.E. Railroad Ave., just outside of Yacolt. Click here for directions.

Happy Hour at Moulton Falls Winery

Have you made plans for the long weekend? Well, there are plenty of things for you to enjoy at Moulton Falls Winery and in the surrounding countryside. How about a beautiful drive, for starters, followed by a nice hike along the East Fork of the Lewis River? Then, when you’re all thirsty and hungry, come to Moulton Falls for wine and cider tastings. On Friday evenings from 4 to 9 p.m., the tasting room is introducing new Happy Hour pricing: $5 pints of cider and draught beer and $9 wood-fired pizza. Enjoy Red Mountain grape-made wines, the 2015 Lemberger, Red Blends, Old No. 10, and Siouxon Red. Current ciders on tap include the Gristmill Gold, Yellowstone, Ripsaw Raspberry, and Chelatchie Cherry. Current beers include Transcend IPA, Old Timber Nut Brown Ale, R.I.P. Porter, and Heathen Blonde Ale.

On Friday, May 26, enjoy live folk music from 6 to 9 p.m. Come back on Saturday from 6 to 8 p.m. to hear the Neil Young tribute band, Harvest Gold. The Moulton Falls Kitchen will be cooking up its tasty wood fired food including its legendary Moulton Melt: deli roast beef and ham piled on house-baked focaccia bread and topped with sautéed veggies and melted white cheddar, served with au jus and a crisp salad, for $9.95.

To learn more about this beautiful winery in a bucolic setting, visit moultonfallswinery.com. The winery offers live music most Fridays and Saturdays and hosts several large outdoor concerts every summer. They are located at 31101 N.E. Railroad Ave., just outside of Yacolt. Click here for directions.

Mother’s Day Dinner & Wine Train

The Chelatchie Prairie Railroad is offering a “steamy” Mother’s Day Weekend event from 4 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, May 13, in conjunction with Moulton Falls Winery, 30901 N.E. Railroad Ave. in Yacolt. After some yummy appetizers served at the winery at 4 p.m., the steam locomotive will pick up passengers at 5 p.m., then continue on its scenic route through Heisson and on to a bridge across the East Fork of the Lewis River. (…and yes, you can enjoy your wine on the train!) On the return trip, the train will drop passengers back at the winery for dinner and festivities.

Tickets for the Wine Train package are available at Moulton Falls Winery during business hours or online at www.tickettomato.com. The price per person is $45, and includes appetizers, wine and cider tasting, the train ride, dinner, and live music by Chris Carpenter & the Collective from 6 until 9 p.m. This is another super-popular event, so purchasing tickets in advance of the day, while not required, is enthusiastically recommended.

Mother’s Day Train Rides, Dinner & Wine Trips

The Chelatchie Prairie Railroad will be pulling out all the stops this Mother’s Day Weekend, May 13 & 14. The deisel-powered train runs south about seven miles to the Heisson area, through a 330-foot tunnel through solid rock, with a pause at Moulton Station for a mini-hike to visit beautiful Yacolt Falls (about a 13-mile round trip). Excursions depart at noon and 2:30 p.m. from the station in Yacolt, located at 207 N. Railroad Ave. Passengers should arrive at least 30 minutes prior to departure. Reservations are recommended as space is limited, especially on Mother’s Day, Sunday, May 14. (…because seriously, who doesn’t love a train ride?)

Tickets are $16 per person, $15 for seniors, $11 for children ages five to 12, and $9 for little ones ages two to four. Babies up to age two are free! To buy your tickets and reserve your spot on this popular and scenic train ride, visit www.bycx.com or call 360-686-3559.

The railroad is offering another “steamy” option from 4 to 9 p.m. on Saturday, May 13, in conjunction with Moulton Falls Winery, 30901 N.E. Railroad Ave. in Yacolt. After some yummy appetizers served at the winery at 4 p.m., the steam locomotive will pick up passengers at 5 p.m., then continue on its scenic route through Heisson and on to a bridge across the East Fork of the Lewis River. (…and yes, you can enjoy your wine on the train!) On the return trip, the train will drop passengers back at the winery for dinner and festivities.

Tickets for the Wine Train package are available at Moulton Falls Winery during business hours or online at www.tickettomato.com. The price per person is $45, and includes appetizers, wine and cider tasting, the train ride, dinner, and live music by Chris Carpenter & the Collective from 6 until 9 p.m. This is another super-popular event, so purchasing tickets in advance of the day, while not required, is enthusiastically recommended.

Randy Cate at Moulton Falls Winery

Singer, songwriter and guitarist Randy Cate will be singing and strumming his way around the North Bank at several notable locations during the next two months. Cate, a former English teacher at Union High School, has long been active in the music industry, and his tunes have been performed by music greats like Dionne Warwick, The Three Degrees, and Billy Paul. More recently, Cate’s work can be heard as background music on television shows such as “True Blood,” “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” “Ed,” “L.A. Ink,” and “The Young and the Restless.” His latest album, “A Different Kind of Same” is available at www.cdbaby.com, on iTunes, at soundcloud.com, and as an MP3 from www.amazon.com. Cate will also have copies of his albums available for purchase at the show. Here’s where you can hear him on Friday, Feb. 24:

  • 6 to 9 p.m. at Moulton Falls Winery & Cider House, 31101 N.E. Railroad Ave. in Yacolt: located in an idyllic North County spot, just across the railroad and not far from the Lewis River. This family-owned winery and tasting room boasts outdoor tables perfect for warmer weather with a stunning view of the hillside trees lots of space for families to enjoy picnics—or the excellent food from Moulton Falls’ wood-fired oven. When the weather’s cold, the tasting room is cozy but spacious, with room for a fair-sized crowd. The polished wood bar is long enough to allow folks to sit or stand and other patrons have room to amble about. There’s great pizza, calzones, and quesadillas, as well as salads and sandwiches. The winery’s mascot is a big, old dog who is gentle, friendly, and loves kids. You might see him slowly moving from table to table, collecting pets and ear scratches. There’s also a resident rooster who likes to strut his stuff and sometimes crows along to the outdoor entertainment.

Randy Cate’s Local Tour

Singer, songwriter and guitarist Randy Cate will be singing and strumming his way around the North Bank at three notable locations during the next two months, starting on Valentine’s Day. Cate, a former English teacher at Union High School, has long been active in the music industry, and his tunes have been performed by music greats like Dionne Warwick, The Three Degrees, and Billy Paul. More recently, Cate’s work can be heard as background music on television shows such as “True Blood,” “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” “Ed,” “L.A. Ink,” and “The Young and the Restless.” His latest album, “A Different Kind of Same” is available at www.cdbaby.com, on iTunes, at soundcloud.com, and as an MP3 from www.amazon.com. Cate will also have copies of his albums available for purchase at the show. Here’s where you can hear him, plus details about each location:

  • Tuesday, Feb. 14, 7 to 9 p.m. at The Rusty Chain, 3100 Columbia St.: this neighborhood family-owned business located near Carter Park sells food and spirits in a casual setting. The building has been a grocery store, a coffee shop, and, most recently, Commonwealth Café—but The Rusty Chain seems poised to stick. The current owner, Bill, collects movie posters, photos, record albums, beer cans and mugs. There are books and plenty of games for game night. The walls are covered with Bill’s collected items, which he periodically switches out from his substantial reserves of stuff found at swap meets, flea markets, and antique stores. Prized items include many family recipes passed down from family members. The Rusty Chain also has a pool table, a lounge with bar stools, and lots of dining tables throughout the house. In the summer, guests can hear live music on the patio.
  • Friday, Feb. 24, 6 to 9 p.m., at Moulton Falls Winery & Cider House, 31101 N.E. Railroad Ave. in Yacolt: located in an idyllic North County spot, just across the railroad and not far from the Lewis River. This family-owned winery and tasting room boasts outdoor tables perfect for warmer weather with a stunning view of the hillside trees lots of space for families to enjoy picnics—or the excellent food from Moulton Falls’ wood-fired oven. When the weather’s cold, the tasting room is cozy but spacious, with room for a fair-sized crowd. The polished wood bar is long enough to allow folks to sit or stand and other patrons have room to amble about. There’s great pizza, calzones, and quesadillas, as well as salads and sandwiches. The winery’s mascot is a big, old dog who is gentle, friendly, and loves kids. You might see him slowly moving from table to table, collecting pets and ear scratches. There’s also a resident rooster who likes to strut his stuff and sometimes crows along to the outdoor entertainment.
  • Friday, March 24, at The Heavy Metal Brewing Company, located at 808 MacArthur Blvd. in the old Tower Mall: One of the Couve’s newer taprooms, this used to be a convenience store, but now it’s been converted into a heavy metal/biker-themed atmosphere, complete with beer-filled coolers and other headbanger paraphernalia. Seating is at picnic tables, with a stage for live music and plenty of free parking. There’s food from the Heavy Metal deli and other beverages (they’re also a bottle shop). Loyal customers love to sit and talk (in fact, you might see a few Heavy Metal shirts and gear around town; you can sign up for their mailing list if you’re a fan). This is a real community hang-out. They host many bands and singer-songwriters and on weekends throughout the winter and on Thursday nights when the weather turns warmer.

Valentine’s Dinner at Moulton Falls Winery

Moulton Falls Winery & Cider House is ramping up the romance with a special reservation-only Valentine’s Dinner on Saturday, Feb. 11. Appetizers will be served at 5:30, followed by a full dinner at 6:30. Savor delicious dishes like stuffed pasta shells, shrimp pasta primavera, fruit and greens salad, and freshly baked focaccia. While you nibble on a decadent dessert, you can enjoy the Grammy Award-winning guitar melodies of Doug Smith and Tom May.

Tickets are $70 per couple and include appetizers, a glass of wine per person, the pasta dinner, dessert and live music. All couples will also be entered in a drawing for a sweet Valentine’s Chocolate Basket! There are still some spots left but this event is proving to be very popular. To reserve your spot at the table, email moultonfallswinery@centurytel.net or call 360-686-4070. Moulton Falls Winery & Cider House is located in scenic Yacolt at 31101 N.E. Railroad Ave.

New Year’s Eve Party at Moulton Falls Winery

Moulton Falls Winery is hosting a New Year’s Eve party from noon to 9 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 31. The cozy tasting room is a great place to enjoy a low-key evening with a glass (or a bottle) of wine or delicious house-made hard cider. Or, if you need a little pre-party before your Serious, Full-Scale, Rocking New Year’s Eve Par-TAY, you can stop in for a wine tasting and some toasty wood-fired pizzas, calzones, and hot artichoke dip (um, is it just me, or does that sound REALLY GOOD right now?).

Wine tasting starts at noon and the kitchen opens at 4 or 4:30, depending on when the pizza oven gets hot enough. For the lighter appetite, there’s salads, small plates, and desserts. For $18 per person, you can enjoy Moulton Falls’ NYE Party Package that includes lasagna, Champagne, and party favors, with a “Midnight Toast” at the very reasonable hour of 9 p.m. (hey, it’s midnight on the East Coast). Live music will be provided by vocalists Megan James, Donny Wright, and Michael Radcliffe (also known as the Megan James Trio). To reserve your NYE tickets, call 360-686-4070.

Moulton Falls Winery is located in Yacolt at 31101 N.E. Railroad Ave. Ample parking is available on site. To learn more—and to see the line-up of which great musical talent is playing on Moulton Falls on upcoming Friday and Saturday nights—visit moultonfallswinery.com.

New Year’s Eve at Moulton Falls Winery

Moulton Falls Winery is hosting a New Year’s Eve party from noon to 9 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 31. The cozy tasting room is a great place to enjoy a low-key evening with a glass (or a bottle) of wine or delicious house-made hard cider. Or, if you need a little pre-party before your Serious, Full-Scale, Rocking New Year’s Eve Par-TAY, you can stop in for a wine tasting and some toasty wood-fired pizzas, calzones, and hot artichoke dip (um, is it just me, or does that sound REALLY GOOD right now?).

Wine tasting starts at noon and the kitchen opens at 4 or 4:30, depending on when the pizza oven gets hot enough. For the lighter appetite, there’s salads, small plates, and desserts. For $18 per person, you can enjoy Moulton Falls’ NYE Party Package that includes lasagna, Champagne, and party favors, with a “Midnight Toast” at the very reasonable hour of 9 p.m. (hey, it’s midnight on the East Coast). Live music will be provided by vocalists Megan James, Donny Wright, and Michael Radcliffe (also known as the Megan James Trio). To reserve your NYE tickets, call 360-686-4070.

Moulton Falls Winery is located in Yacolt at 31101 N.E. Railroad Ave. Ample parking is available on site. To learn more—and to see the line-up of which great musical talent is playing on Moulton Falls on upcoming Friday and Saturday nights—visit moultonfallswinery.com.

Christmas Eve Eve at Moulton Falls Winery

It was the night before the night before Christmas, and all through Moulton Falls Winery tasting room, every creature was sipping fine wine, eating wood-fired pizza, and listening to live music. (How’s that for cozy?) Moulton Falls invites you to make the drive out to its gorgeous, warm, wood-hued tasting room and snuggle up with a glass of wine or hard cider. Starting at 4 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 23, the pizza oven will get fired up for toasty pizzas, calzones, hot artichoke dip and more. Starting at 4:30 p.m., you can also order a variety of salads, small plates, and desserts to tickle your tastebuds.

The music this wintry evening will be provided by one of Moulton Falls’ favorites, singer-songwriters Tom May and Danny Wright, laying down lively vocals with a beguiling bass line. The tunes starts at 6 p.m. and last until 9 p.m. (And if you can’t make it out this night, Moulton Falls is also hosting a swingin’ New Year’s Eve party!)

Moulton Falls Winery, which also makes an exceptionally good hard cider, is located in Yacolt at 31101 N.E. Railroad Ave. Ample parking is available on site. To learn more—and to see the line-up of which great musical talent is playing on Moulton Falls on upcoming Friday and Saturday nights—visit moultonfallswinery.com.

Christmas Eve Eve at Moulton Falls Winery

It was the night before the night before Christmas, and all through Moulton Falls Winery tasting room, every creature was sipping fine wine, eating wood-fired pizza, and listening to live music. (How’s that for cozy?) Moulton Falls invites you to make the drive out to its gorgeous, warm, wood-hued tasting room and snuggle up with a glass of wine or hard cider. Starting at 4 p.m. on Friday, Dec. 23, the pizza oven will get fired up for toasty pizzas, calzones, hot artichoke dip and more. Starting at 4:30 p.m., you can also order a variety of salads, small plates, and desserts to tickle your tastebuds.

The music this wintry evening will be provided by one of Moulton Falls’ favorites, singer-songwriters Tom May and Danny Wright, laying down lively vocals with a beguiling bass line. The tunes starts at 6 p.m. and last until 9 p.m. (And if you can’t make it out this night, Moulton Falls is also hosting a swingin’ New Year’s Eve party!)

Moulton Falls Winery, which also makes an exceptionally good hard cider, is located in Yacolt at 31101 N.E. Railroad Ave. Ample parking is available on site. To learn more—and to see the line-up of which great musical talent is playing on Moulton Falls on upcoming Friday and Saturday nights—visit moultonfallswinery.com.