Our focus is on single vineyard Rhone varietals. Native fermentation, extended maceration, and non-intrusive wine-making techniques. Eternal wines only uses hand harvested fruit from premium vineyards.
Open for tastings 7 days a week
Sun- Weds 12-5pm
Eternal Wines is making small lots of terrior driven Washington wines. Our focus is on single vineyard Rhone varietals. Native fermentation, extended maceration, and non-intrusive wine-making techniques. Eternal wines only uses hand harvested fruit from premium vineyards. Our sister label Drink Washington State is focused on blends from the individual AVA’s in Washington that are also an amazing value. These are larger production wines that are more approachable early on.
The Eternal Wines and Drink Washington State tasting room is located at 9 S. 1st St in downtown Walla Walla, WA. We are open at 12pm, 7 days a week (winter hours vary), featuring live music weekly.
Our winery location at the airport incubators is located at 602 Piper Ave and currently open Fri-Sun 11-5pm.
Established in 2014 by owner and winemaker Brad Binko. He grew up in Buffalo, NY and spent time at Northeastern University, University at Buffalo, and the WWCC Enology and Viticulture program which he is a graduate of. Brad Binko is a certified sommelier and ran fine dining wine programs in Charleston, SC before moving to Walla Walla to follow his dreams of making wine. As a sommelier he has tasted around the Washington AVAs and found certain areas that express the place and varietals to the fullest.
Picasso is the winery dog. He loves chasing birds, cats, gophers, and pretty much anything else in the vineyard. If the vineyard isn’t Picasso approved we don’t want it.
Brad Binko moved to Walla Walla, WA via Charleston, SC as so many have before. He is actually originally from Buffalo, NY and spent time at Northeastern University in Boston, MA. In Charleston his love for wine blossomed and he moved to Las Vegas to cultivate his knowledge. However while in Vegas he was offered a job marketing for the MGM Grand Hotel and their nightlife. It was an opportunity he couldn’t pass up and quickly moved up the ladder.
He opened his own marketing company in 2007 quickly grew to the biggest independently owned marketing companies in town. He sold the company in 2013 and returned to Charleston, SC where he resumed his wine quest. There he worked as Sommelier for a French bistro, and completed level 2 with the Court Masters of Sommelier. It was fun but he wanted to know more about the actual winemaking process.
This led him to Walla Walla Community College for their Enology and Viticulture program. He started making wines for Eternal and Drink Washington State while going through the program and went full time into his company upon graduation in 2016. He now has 2 Walla Walla tasting rooms and has numerous 90+ point scores. He has been featured in the Seattle Times and his wines have been on the top 50 of the year.