Turtle Bay Resort
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When the Seattle summer sun shines, there’s nothing better than experiencing Woodinville Wine Country (one of the great winemaking regions of the world). Whether you’re looking for a crisp riesling or a robust cabernet sauvignon, the wineries of Woodinville have a tipple to tempt your palate.
Among the most acclaimed is Chateau Ste. Michelle, with roots dating back to the repeal of Prohibition, and the founding winery of the area. Using state-of-the-art winemaking equipment and sustainable farming practices, Chateau Ste. Michelle has garnered numerous awards, including United States Wine Producer of the Year at the 2012 International Wine and Spirit Competition (IWSC). Come to the chateau to taste, and stick around for concerts, club dinners and more.
But the region boasts plenty of other wineries where you can enjoy a tasting, like DeLille Cellars, Columbia Winery, Novelty Hill/Januik Winery, Mark Ryan Winery, Efeste, Covington Cellars and so many more. Visit http://woodinvillewinecountry.com to see a list of wineries in Woodinville Wine Country.
If you’re wined out, check out the Redhook Brewery, one of the first craft beer producers in America. For over 30 years, they’ve been brewing up ESB, IPA, pilsner and seasonal brews. Hit up their onsite pub for Poker Sunday, Tuesday Night Trivia, Thursday Outdoor Movies, and live performances. And if you’re looking for something a little stronger, head over to Woodinville Whiskey Company to see how they turn grain into world-class whiskey in their 256-gallon pot still with pear-shaped whiskey helmet. Part of the burgeoning craft distillery movement, Woodinville Whiskey has been recognized by Forbes Magazine as one of the Top 10 American Whiskey Distilleries to Tour Now.