Food and Wine
December 21, 2016

Washington produces great wines, no question. The problem, for travelers, is trying to taste those bottles at the source. Tour some vineyards in Walla Walla? Red Mountain? The Wahluke Slope? You might as well drive to Moscow—Moscow, Idaho, that is.
 Luckily, there’s an easier way: hitting the tasting rooms that have popped up in and around Seattle. Woodinville, 
a 30-minute drive away, saw the start of its tasting-room boom a few years back, with dozens of places opening in the center 
of town and many more in the warehouse district. In the past year or two, young producers have also started making 
top-quality reds and whites right in Seattle, importing grapes 
from eastern Washington to>>>Read the entire article featuring àMaurice Cellars, Mark Ryan Winery, Savage Grace, The Hollywood Tavern and more on Food and Wine