Grocery Store Mercer Island, WA | New Seasons Market
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2755 77th Avenue Southeast
Mercer Island, WA 98040 | Map

8am - 10pm (daily)
(206) 232-2577

Welcome to Grocery Goodness.

You may be wondering: what is New Seasons Market? At New Seasons, you’ll find the best mix of local and organic favorites with conventional classics—from free-range chicken to Frosted Flakes®. We’re all about choice, so you can feed everyone at the table, no matter their food preference or diet. And we champion the regional economy, no matter where we are—from supporting local vendors through our Local Finds program to supplying our customers with food made by Washington’s diverse array of farmers, ranchers, producers and fishermen.


Dec 19 - Wednesday
New Seasons Market Mercer Island
Gilbert Cellars
3PM - 6PM
New Seasons Market
2755 77th Avenue Southeast
Mercer Island, WA
Join spoecial guest Charlie Gilbert of Gilbert cellars as we taste some truly authentic Washington Wine!  The Gilbert family first settled Yakima in 1897. There is an 8,200-ft peak named for Curtiss R. Gilbert, grandfather to the winery founder Curtiss M. Gilbert. "The Gilbert family legacy is one of commitment, community and adventure, and Gilbert Peak is the perfect symbol to celebrate our history and our future. Our first wines featuring the new Gilbert Peak label were released in March 2014, the same year we celebrated ten years of our family winery,  and 117 years of farming in Yakima, Washington."  Made by Award winning Winemaker ths Justin Neufeld these wines are always a favorite of ours!   Get a special Holiday Wrapped bottle! 
Dec 22 - Saturday
New Seasons Market Mercer Island
Orin Swift Winery
2PM - 5PM
New Seasons Market
2755 77th Avenue Southeast
Mercer Island, WA
Join us for special POP -Up Tasting of the Legendary wines of Orin Swift! The history of Orin Swift Cellars dates back to 1995 when on a lark, David Swift Phinney took a friend up on an offer and went to Florence, Italy to spend a semester “studying”. During that time, he was introduced to wine, how it was made, and got hooked. A few more years of university led to graduation and eventually a job at Robert Mondavi Winery in 1997 as a temporary harvest worker. Deciding that if he was going to work this hard, it would eventually have to be for himself, so in 1998 he founded Orin Swift Cellars; Orin is his father’s middle name and Swift is his mother’s maiden name. With two tons of zinfandel and not much else, he created The Prisoner, a legendary Zinfandel-based wine he made from purchased grapes. The wine grew rapidly, from 385 cases to 85,000 cases in 10 years, foreshadowing the popularity of red blends today.