The Seattle Times
March 10, 2017

THE WOODINVILLE AREA has long been known for its pastoral setting, and getting lost in rural Sammamish Valley rewards the wanderlust spirit of the Pacific Northwest.

Heading down one back road leads to Matthews Winery, with a recently remodeled tasting room and an estate microfarm that feeds its Community Supported Agriculture program members; provides ingredients for its farm-to-fork dinners; and supplies local restaurants, including the venerable Herbfarm.

Called Creekside Farm, the one-third acre was planted in 2015. At the height of summer, it thrives with upward of 40 kinds of vegetables, herbs and flowers.

In the CSA program, consumers buy shares, typically in advance, and take delivery of a fresh box of produce each week. Just past the Hollywood Schoolhouse, the Matthews property has been home to one of Washington’s most revered wineries since the early 1990s.>>>Read the entire article on The Seattle Times