Eagle Haven Winery is located just 10 minutes off of I-5, east of Sedro-Woolley in the Upper Skagit Valley, Washington. Eagle Haven crafts outstanding small batch, artisan wines using estate apples, pears and grapes. When we can’t use estate grown fruit, we source from local farms and use Washington grapes.
The orchard started as a hobby by Tom Perkins in 1968. By 1972, there were 7 different varieties of apples; by 1985 the farm had grown to 41 acres of apples and pears… a total of 18,000 trees.
Jim Bill Perkins, along with his dad Tom, Fred Vochatzer, and original winemaker Chuck Jackson, added the winery in 2000. The tasting room was built from an old barn in 2004 where it has continued to be an inviting space for all ages of visitors.