August is Washington Wine Month and Woodinville Wine Country has special offers and events all month. Support local growers, producers, and retailers by trying and buying Washington wines.

Cave B Wine Estates
Summer Sippin’ Special! All August long! The sun is out which calls for cold, crisp Cave B white wine at special pricing. Cave B 2017 vintages of their Sauvignon Blanc, Viognier, and Semillon are all 25% off by the bottle. Their 2017 Roussanne is also 25% off by the bottle, but also being offered at $97 for 6 bottles and $175 for a case! (12 bottles). Cave B wine club members get their discount on top of these prices too! Don’t miss out! Stock up, sit in the summer sun and sip on some Cave B wine!

Chateau Ste. Michelle
Chateau St. Michelle has wine specials available in their Wine Shop all month long in honor of Washington Wine Month – including discounts on wines exclusive to their Wine Club.

They are also offering a special tasting menu add of their VERY exclusive Druthers Cabernet Sauvignon all month long.

Matthews Winery
Happy Washington State Wine Month! In celebration, Matthews Winery has created a 3-pack of the new 2017 Matthews Cuvée and will have it available for the month of August.

Only in its second vintage and blended using Merlot, Cabernet Franc and Cabernet Sauvignon, the Cuvée is crafted to be a lighter-bodied, sleeker wine that chef’s have found to perfectly compliment farm-fresh food. The Cuvée is typically only available to their restaurant friends so they encourage you to purchase yours now at

Retail: $79/Wine Club: $69

Milbrandt Vineyards
Milbrandt Vineyards is celebrating Washington Wine Month with extra specials during their Live Music Thursdays and also a super fabulous Winemaker Dinner!

Live Music Happy Hour
Every Thursday, 5 – 8pm.
Start your weekends early with live music, food, and happy hour drink specials! Mention #WAWineMonth for an extra special offer on bottle purchases.
V.I.P. seating available by reservation. Call 425-949-7660 or email

Milbrandt Vineyards Winemaker Dinner on the Farm
Friday, August 23rd, 5:30-8pm.
Enjoy a full 6 course, farm-fresh meal designed to pair perfectly with Milbrandt wines at the scenic Ecolibrium Farms in Redmond, WA. Their winemaker, Kendall Mix will be here all the way from Mattawa to dine with you this evening. This dinner is outdoors under the walnut groves and is limited to 22 guests so get your tickets early! Tickets available here:

Patterson Cellars
Patterson Cellars presents the Vivi Pizzeria and Wine Experience. Only available at the Hollywood Hill Tasting Room. Cost is $25 per person. Enjoy a poached pear pizza with Sicilian red sauce topped with light mozzarella cheese, French brie, walnuts, and a decadent balsamic glaze. Pizza is paired with a selection of winemaker favorites including summer white and Rosé wines (Gluten free and nut free option as well).
Also running a special promotion on a case of our Forbidden Rosé – $165 for nonmembers and $150 for members.

Pomum Cellars
Pomum Cellars is excited to celebrate Washington Wine Month by pouring Idilico wines at their tasting room during the month of August. As you might or might not know, this is their sister label and are exclusively Washington wines made from Spanish vines. Come try their Spanish varietals such as Albarino, Garnacha, Monastrell, and Tempranillo.

The Idilico wines are typically only available to club members for tasting once a year, but during Washington Wine Month Idilico Wines will be available for everyone!

Warr-King Wines
Warr-King Wines is celebrating Washington Wine Month with one of WA state’s best grapes: Merlot! Experience back-to-back vintages and take home Warr-King Wines award-winning 2014 Merlot for just $25/bottle (regularly $36/bottle) when you purchase a bottle of their newly released 2015 Merlot in the month of August.

And starting August 2nd, Warr-King Wines is offering 1/2 off regular tasting fee every Friday for the month of August! Tasting flight includes a rotating selection of 5 wines, both white and reds. Open on Fridays From 4pm-7pm.

Photo cred: Washington State Wine, Warr-King Winery, and Matthews Winery