Great Northwest Wine
January 3, 2020

DeLille Cellars, owned by Greg Lill, Pat Lill Jorgenson, Jay Soloff, founding winemaker Chris Upchurch as well as Bacchus Capital Management in San Francisco, has moved into Woodinville’s new Hollywood Station complex, which it shares with Sparkman Cellars. Industry churn for Washington state’s wine industry during the final months of 2019 brought a flurry of new tasting room activity, much of it centered in and around Woodinville.

DeLille Cellars opens Hollywood Station

DeLille Cellars provides elevated experiences at its new Hollywood Station winemaking facility and tasting room complex in the former Redhook brewery. The much-anticipated opening of Hollywood Station by DeLille Cellars did not disappoint as eager wine lovers flocked to the former Redhook brewery to see and sip. As CEO Tom Dugan points out, the new digs signal the first time since 1998 that DeLille’s winery and retail operations are under one roof. Opting for a more personalized wine tasting experience, all three levels of the new building feature seated tasting experiences with the main level open to the public. The upper floors are available for wine club members and their guests, in addition to space for corporate dinners and events after hours.

Maryhill Winery Tasting Room and Bistro

Maryhill Winery Tasting Room & Bistro opened its second satellite tasting room of 2019 when it welcomed club members and guests to the historic Hollywood Schoolhouse in November. Just down the road, Maryhill Winery opened its third satellite tasting room in the beautifully refurbished Hollywood Schoolhouse.
Read the entire article that features more Woodinville winery news from Adrice Wines, Alexandria Nicole Cellars, J.Bookwalter and JM Cellars on Great Northwest Wine.

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