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Passport to Woodinville Welcomes Wine Lovers

Woodinville, just outside of Seattle, is home to numerous wineries both large and small. Travelers and tourists do not need to travel far between wineries. The area, only 30 minutes from Seattle, is not known for vineyards, as the weather is not conducive to growing quality wine grapes. Wineries source grapes from the Walla Walla, Prosser and other regions of Washington where grapevines can thrive in the climate.

Passport to Woodinville, an annual event, takes place April 20-21. Each participant (ticket holder) receives a passport and a commemorative wine glass. The passport entitles wine lovers to a one-time entry at the Woodinville wineries that are taking part. More than 35 Woodinville wineries are taking part. To get the best ticket prices order now.

Tickets are available online at http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/328962.

Ticket prices: $65 two-day pass; $55 Sunday-only pass through March 17;  $75 two-day pass; $65 Sunday-only pass after March 17.

Woodinville Reserve Event – April 12

Woodinville Wine Country is also planning for the Woodinville Reserve event the week before Passport to Woodinville. The Reserve event will take place at Columbia Winery. More than 40 wineries will pour wines that have been rated 90 and over. Other special low production wines will also be available. Enjoy tasting these highly rated wines with gourmet bites created by local restaurants.

Tickets for the event are $125. This price includes a two-day pass to the following weekend’s Passport to Woodinville. Tickets are available online at

We were fortunate to be able to visit and write about several wineries in the Woodinville area. With the wineries relatively close together, it makes a great place to visit for a day or a week.

Cheers! Kathy






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