Tasting Room

(206) 770-9463 | View Website

1924 Post Aly, Seattle, WA | Directions   98101

47.610391 -122.342462

 
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Neighborhoods: Downtown, Pike Place Market

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Tasting Room
Tasting Room
Menu
Marcona Almonds, Artisanal Mixed Olives, Anchovy Wrapped Olive Skewers, Piquillos Rellenos, Mejillones En Escabeche, Datiles Rellenos, Boquerones En Vinagre, Pimmientos Asado, Montados De Alcachofa, Montados De Queso... more

Reviews for Tasting Room

Recommends

Tucked away in Post Alley this comfortable and roomy shop/wine bar gives you an opportunity to try a variety of Washington wines in one convenient location. Visit on a Monday when they serve up Beecher's Mac & Cheese paired with your choice of WA grapes.

Recommends

Here's a swell spot to sample Washington wine from small producers. The skilled staff is stellar at making suggestions and there's a short list of wine-friendly foods to pair up with your flight, glass or bottle.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

A new and fun experience every time I go here – I dont know why it took me so long to stop in but one day I did and I am so grateful. The staff really make the experience and the locals who hang out there are so great!

DO stop in you will not regret it!

If you like bubbles try the brut rose :)

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

A great place to chill – The Tasting Room has long been a Seattle favorite. The staff is super friendly and knowledgeable, which is helpful to those who can be intimidated by selecting a wine. You'll always meet someone new sitting at the bar and there are lots of games to entertain you while it's raining outside. I bring out of town friends in and we always have a fun time. A tail wag from the resident Golden Retriever makes it a perfect afternoon or evening stop.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

I like the reds and they all look so good – We were visiting from San Francisco and a friend suggested the Tasting Room. What a great concept, wish there was a place like this in San Francisco. Where else can you taste wines from 6 different wineries without getting off your stool. Prices are very reasonable. Several tables were playing games while enjoying the evening. It was just an all around perfect place to go right in Seattle.

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

Excellent Atmostphere, Great Wine! – For my best friend's birthday, my wife and I took he and his wife for a bottle of Rich Harvest. We were seated at a large table and ordered the bottle and a cheese plate. We grabbed a game from the shelves full of games, and played at our table while we enjoyed our wine and cheese. We were there for a couple of hours. It was one of the most memorable outings in Seattle that we've had.

The staff was very committed to making our experience great, especially since it was my friend's birthday. They even brought out free champagne. We had a marvelous time, and have been back several times. On my birthday, my friend returned the gift, and we enjoyed another bottle of Rich Harvest (highly recommend!).

Recommends
5.0
over a year ago

The Tasting Room is the Most Down to Earth Wine Room in Town – The Tasting Room is the place to go for fine wines, folks who know about their wines, a kind greeting at the door by Malcolm (furry friend) and Staff. It's a great place to cozy up to the bar and tell the girls about your day's events or an even greater place to learn about Washington Wines.

I've taken the Wine 101 class and I learned far more than expected within an hour or two of time. They really seem to know what they're talking about and it's always followed by a smile and a possible song favorite playing on their rotation.

I have been to The Tasting Room for dates, casual meetings, and just to pick up a quick bottle. It's a must see in the market!

Recommends
over a year ago

Editorial Review – The first co-op wine cellar in America, this Pike Place hideaway highlights seven local wineries by the glass or bottle.

Doesn't Recommend
1.0
over a year ago

Inexcusable Etiquette – Husband and I arrived with bells on to experience some of the delectable wines from the northwest region. While neither of us consider ourselves connesieurs, we have a knowledgable backgroud of wine. Upon arriving we were not greeted, nor were we steered in ANY direction in order of tastings based on our personal preferences. Their list was confusing and the staff was unknowledgable and stuck up. The overall experience here was unfavorable, and I wouldn't recommend this to anyone. Save your money!

 

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