Hard Row to Hoe Vineyards

Hard Row to Hoe Vineyards, Ivan Morse Road, Manson, WA, United States

(509) 687 3000

Open Daily, Year-Round. Winter Hours: 12 - 5 pm.

Our vineyard celebrates the entrepreneurial spirit of a man who ran a row boat taxi service on Lake Chelan in the 1930’s ferrying miners by rowboat to a brothel located at Point Lovely.

We are passionate about Lake Chelan wines and farm 18 acres on the North Shore in Manson. Come taste the valley and our exceptional, award-winning wines.

Listing Information

The winery’s name and theme pays homage to the story of early 20th century “entrepreneurs” who offered row boat service to men in Lucerne at Lightening Creek to travel to the Edgemont Lodge, a brothel in Point Lovely. The story ends with the wives eventually taking charge and burning down the brothel. The wines are aptly named: Good in Bed, Burning Desire, The Coquette, Iron Bed Red, Shameless Hussy (a series of wines), Nauti Buoy, Ice Breaker, Double Dip Magnum, and Afternoon Delight, as well as the wine club, the Oar House, where “members get it regularly.” The wines have also garnered much critical acclaim. There is a 2nd location in Leavenworth, WA. Check website for details.

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