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St. Nicholas Weekend in Woodinville Wine Country

This weekend marks the annual St Nicholas Wine Weekend.  The wineries in Woodinville offer special events and many of the smaller wineries that normally do not have public tastings are open for this wine celebration.  Many events are free and some wineries may charge a small fee. 
Events run both Saturday and Sunday and the official hours are noon to 4:00 pm but each winery offering may vary.  The following wineries will be open: Austin Robaire Vintners Château Ste. Michelle Columbia Winery Covington Cellars DeLille Cellars Distefano Wines Domaine Ste. Michelle Facelli Winery Januik Winery JM Cellars Mark Ryan Winery Matthews Cellars Novelty Hill Winery Page Cellars Silver Lake Winery Stevens Winery Woodhouse Family Cellars Woodinville Wine Cellars
According to one source, Arlington Road Cellars, Baer Winery and Betz Family Winery do not have enough wine this time of year and will be closed.  However, it would be good to check with any specific winery you are interested in visiting. 
  1. 03-Dec-2005 8:09 pm

    Very interesting. We live just a few miles down the road in Redmond and belong to Michelle Ste. Chateau\’s red wine club. I hadn\’t realized so many wineries were in Woodinville now. Your review on the Black Bottle was very entertaining. I\’m the Manhattan drinker (has to be with Maker\’s Mark) and my wife loves a dirty Saphire or Pearl vodka martini. I\’d love to check that place out.Cheers,BH

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    04-Dec-2005 8:21 am

    Hi BH!Yep! There are a ton of wineries out there! Many are small and/or aren\’t always open to the public, but if you get on their mailing lists they often have special tasting days. If you are thinking of visiting any this weekend, I recommend Matthews, Mark Ryan, Januik, Novelty Hill and, of course, DeLille. ~ B

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