The Herald Net
December 1, 2019
Six wineries and a distiller have moved to a new facility that was custom-built to their requirements.
Woodinville wine country was born in 1976, when Chateau Ste. Michelle built a $6 million winery there. It grew exponentially after 2000, when the Legislature passed a law allowing wineries to open satellite tasting rooms (much of the wine in this state is made in Eastern Washington). Today, more than 130 wineries and tasting rooms have made the suburban King County city their home.
With so many tasting rooms in one place, wineries that want to expand are finding there’s no more room in wine country. The same is true for whiskey distiller J.P. Trodden. Read the entire article featuring Covington Cellars, Gorman Winery, Guardian Cellars, JM Cellars, J.P. Trodden and Two Vintners on The Herald Net.