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Beginning as a one cabin farmstead way back in the 1870s, Woodinville has since grown into one of the most unique destinations in the Greater Seattle Area. Famed for its wine and amazing cuisine and adorned with natural beauty to spare, Woodinville is a great place to experience some of Washington States most unique (and delicious) facets.
Of course, when you think of Woodinville, you think of wine. And from the huge names in the business to the micro-wineries (with their micro warehouse tasting rooms), the variety of wine in Woodinville is pretty incredible and will keep even the most seasoned tasting vets busy for quite a while. And whether you’re a cuvée connoisseur or you’re still working on learning the different notes of whites and reds, you’ll have no trouble finding a few glasses (and maybe a few bottles) to suit your needs.
But alas, (wo)man cannot live on wine alone. Thankfully Woodinville has you covered there, too. From restaurants with a knack for using the best local ingredients—like the Herbfarm and the Barking Frog—to delicious cuisine in a historic backdrop, you’ll be dining and wining in no time at all. And when you’re looking for a few ways to break up your day, be sure to head outside; there are some spectacular parks that would pair nicely with your time in town.
Whether you’re just here for the day and want to practice your 5 S's of wine tasting, or you’re in the market to stock your personal cellar, Woodinville has so much to offer. From wine to whiskey and from state parks to spas, you’ll find an awesome array of things to do here. All that’s left is for you to pop the cork and go.