Often described as the Napa to the North here are a few Washington state wineries definitely worth the look - and the taste.
A popular stop in the summer for outdoor concerts. Bring a picnic basket and buy some wine at the winery's store and sit back and watch your favorite bands from the 80's and 90's.
A stylish tasting room that hops on the weekend with couples and friends doing the wine tasting loop. This is a must stop.
Another must stop on the Woodinville wine crawl. A bustling tasting room with plenty of wine-related merch on the inside and the outside deck let's you enjoy the wines that much more.
Their Chardonnays sell out fast but if you're lucky they still may be pouring them in their inviting tasting room. If you're looking for a little red then you'll definitely want to check out their Mourvedre. Either way, you can't go wrong.
If you like red wine, you're going to love Ross Andrew. Pinot Noir, Syrah and a blended Cabernet Sauvignon rule the day here. They also pour an impressive Meadow White and Meadow Rose wine to round it all out.
European style blends (like the Super-Tuscan style Tuttorosso) that come from the soil of Washington state - this wine is unquestionably good. And to top it all off, they have brought back 'Puppies on the Patio' where you and your favorite canine can chill on the back deck with wine (for you) and doggy treats (for your best friend).
Lauded by some of the top wine pubs around, stop by and taste what all of the buzz is about. If they're pouring it, make sure to get a taste of the Ruckus Syrah.
This tasting room offers a friendly vibe to go along with the award-winning wine. If you're in the mood for a little music stop by for Flip Flop Fridays and take in the sounds of local musicians while you enjoy your wine.
You don't have to drive all the way over to Walla Walla to taste these beauties. Drop by their Woodinville tasting room and consider picking up a bottle or two before your favorite is all gone. They're that good.
You can find plenty to like in this down to earth tasting room featuring the best from Mark Ryan. You'll also find plenty to like with their Happy Hour which normally happens when they keep their doors open two hours past the 5 o'clock hour on Thursdays & Fridays.