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The Hard Row to Hoe tasting room on the north shore of Lake Chelan is inspired by brothels that occupied the region more than 75 years ago. Photo courtesy of Hard Row to Hoe. Some research led them to the local legend about a rowboat and a house of ill repute.
And thus, Hard Row to Hoe was born. Podcast: Play in new window Download. Subscribe: Android RSS. This rowboat, a replica of a rowboat taxi service from the s, welcomes visitors to Hard Row to Hoe in Manson, Wash. They named it Balsamroot Winery after one of their favorite wildflowers.
Because they farm organically, they thought the name would fit with their philosophy. Plus, balsamroot is a lovely flower. We were referred to as balsa wood or balsamic vinegar! So an entrepreneur from Manson started a rowboat taxi service, taking the miners from the operation near the community of Lucerne to a brothel across the lake at Point Lovely. Judy, who does the winemaking, and Don, who handles the farming, approach their craft quite seriously. But there is no shortage of humor at Hard Row to Hoe, and they are taking full advantage of the name they gave their winery when they rebranded in First is the tasting room.
It puts people at ease and makes the wine tasting experience enjoyable. The North Cascades town of Leavenworth, Wash. At more than three hours away from Seattle, it becomes a special destination rather than a weekend jaunt. At the same time, a perfect location opened up on Front Street, so the new tasting room became a natural. In fact, the wine industry is changing the face of the Lake Chelan community in many ways. For years, Lake Chelan enjoyed an intense week tourist season, from mid-June when school gets out to Labor Day weekend in early September.
Thanks to the wine industry, a lot more visitors are coming to Lake Chelan during the spring, fall and even winter. Phelps has noticed that travelers are arriving from across the country to try Lake Chelan wines. Your email address will not be published. Michelle Wine Estates closes wineries, tasting rooms to public. By Andy Perdue on January 8, He is a third-generation journalist who has worked at newspapers since the mids and has been writing about wine since He co-founded Wine Press Northwest magazine with Eric Degerman and served as its editor-in-chief for 15 years.