It’s official: Washington is now the second largest wine producer in the country, and Woodinville is where it pours. With over 800 winemakers in the state, over 100 wineries in Woodinville, and more 90+ rated vintages than any wine region in the world, this is where palates of every persuasion come to play.


Northwest Wine: A case to be made for sweet wines during any course

Northwest Wine: A Case to be Made for Sweet Wines During Any Course

Tri-City Herald by Eric Degerman at Great Northwest Wine February 4, 2020 As much as some hate to admit it, Americans like sweet wine. It helps explain why some of…

Northwest Wine: Many regional reasons to say ‘Yay!’ to Chardonnay

Northwest Wine: Many regional reasons to say ‘Yay!’ to Chardonnay

Tri-City Herald – By Eric Degerman at Great Northwest Wine January 28, 2020 Merely by typing the word Chardonnay too many wine consumers will turn the page or close the window, but…

winemakers Robert Takahashi and Brian Carter

Brian Carter’s Path Remains Solid Gold After 40 years in Washington

Tri-City Herald January 14, 2020 This year marks Brian Carter’s 40th anniversary as a Washington winemaker, and according to the latest Platinum Judging, the Woodinville producer is making some of the…

Delille Cellars by Richard Duval Images

VineLines Dispatch: Tasting Rooms Continue to Swirl Around Woodinville

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,…


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