article by Rick Steigmeyer
July 14th, 2015
Siren Song, the south Lake Chelan area’s newest megawinery, opened its multi-million dollar event center today.
The winery, restaurant and event facility is located at 635 S. Lakeshore Road, between the new Fielding Hills Winery and Chelan Estate Winery, and within walking distance of several other wineries.
Siren Song is owned by Holly and Kevin Brown, Seattle technology industry investors and executives, who wanted to be a part of Lake Chelan’s exploding wine tourism. There are now more than 30 wineries and tasting rooms around the lake. All have opened within the last 15 years.
The Browns had marketed their award-winning wines in Seattle for a few years, but are re-launching the Siren Song label with their new Lake Chelan facility. The opening introduces the winery’s first Rose, La Vie Est Belle, and its first sparkling wine made from estate Pinot Noir, called The Muse.
The facility and surrounding property have been designed to recreate experiences the Browns have had in France and Spain, with a Mediterranean vibe and atmosphere, according to the winery’s press release. The event center will host weekly wine and food events and be available for weddings, corporate outings and other celebrations.