11001 NE 314th Street
Battle Ground, WA 98604
Tasting Room Hours:
Saturday & Sunday: Noon-5:00pm
Reservations required for groups of 10 or more and ALL limousine, van, and small bus tours. Click for more information.
You’ll find high quality handcrafted Italian varietals at Dolio Winery, a family owned and operated artisanal winery in Southwest Washington.
Our winemaker allows the grapes to speak for themselves. Delicious Washington-grown grapes, minimal intervention and carefully chosen aging vessels are what make Dolio Wines stand apart and rise to the occasion.
Our wines’ varying taste profiles makes it easy to find the perfect pairing for dinner tonight! Whether it’s Sangiovese with lasagna, Petite Sirah with beef stroganoff, or Pinot Noir with herbed chicken, Dolio has your wine.
Dolio’s white wines catch “red wine only” people’s attention. All are crisp, refreshing, and don’t have to be reserved for a hot summer day!
Browse our full selection of Dolio Wines to find your favorite red, white, and rosé wines.
Visit Our Tasting Room
Pull up a chair.
Whether you are by yourself or with a small group, we’re ready to offer you a comfortable seat and talk about our wines with you.
Chat with the winemaker.
Our winemaker is almost always in the tasting room and never turns down an opportunity to educate interested visitors about our winemaking choices and processes.
Bring a picnic.
While small snacks are offered as palate cleansers during tastings, visitors who are looking for something more substantial are encouraged to bring along a picnic or snacks.
Groups of 10 or more; and
ALL limousine, van, and small bus tours:
1) Schedule your visit at least one week in advance.
2) No limousine, van, or bus tours after 2:00pm.
3) No large buses.
Service animals only.
According to the Clark County Public Health Department’s Retail Food Code, only service animals are allowed on the indoor/outdoor premises of a food establishment.
Children must be supervised at all times and seated while inside the tasting room. Please be courteous to others who have come to the winery for adult time. The only people allowed to scream or run in the tasting room are the owners.