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Woodinville Passport Reverts Back to Weekend

In 2011, Woodinville Wine Country experimented with a six week passport. The first weekend was the BIG weekend, but passport holders could use their passport to visit participating wineries until June 2011. In 2012, Woodinville Wine Passport reverts back to one blockbuster weekend. This Saturday and Sunday, April 21-22 visit up to 32 participating wineries for wine, food, music and FUN!

mimosa at apex

Shaun serving mimosas at Apex

Each winery has something special planned for Woodinville Passport Weekend.  One winery may offer barrel tasting while another offers chef prepared tasty tidbits. You may find a photo booth at one winery and live music at another. Everywhere you will find Washington wines to try.

Tickets are $75 to attend both Saturday and Sunday or you can purchase a Sunday only pass for only $65. Leave the driving between wineries to Shuttle Express for only $10 more. Tickets to Woodinville Wine Passport are available online.

 

 

Woodinville Passport 2012 Participating Wineries

Airfield Estates Winery

Anton Ville Winery

Apex at Alder Ridge

Brian Carter Cellars

Bunnell Family Cellars

Chateau Ste. Michelle

Columbia Winery

Convergence Zone Cellars

Covington Cellars

Davenport Cellars

Des Voigne Cellars

Domaine Ste. Michelle

Elevation Cellars

Finn Hill Winery

Gecko Cellars

Goose Ridge Estate Winery

J. Bookwalter Tasting Studio

Kaella Winery

Kestrel Vintners


Matthews Estate

Michael Florentino Cellars

Newhouse Family Vineyards

Northwest Totem Cellars

Otis Kenyon Wine Tasting Room

Page Cellars

Patit Creek Cellars

Patterson Cellars

Piccola Cellars

Pondera Winery

Silver Lake Winery

Tefft Cellars

Tempest Sol Winery

II Vintners

Upland Estates

William Church Winery

Woodinville Wine Cellars

XSV Winery

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