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Woodinville Wine Cellars

Every year at Woodinville Wine Cellars we host a variety of winery events. Some have become so popular, they are now ANNUAL events! See our website for what's coming up, or schedule your event today!

Touring Region
Current Weather
Cloudy
Cloudy, 50° F

Amenities
Tasting Room, Picnic Area

Hours of Operation
Saturdays 12 - 5 pm

Open to the Public
Yes

Yearly Production (in cases)
2500

Variety List
Blend - Bordeaux Style Red
Cabernet Franc
Cabernet Sauvignon
Chardonnay
Malbec
Petit Verdot
Sauvignon Blanc
Syrah

Wines
Cabernet Franc
Indomitable
L.M.S.
Little Bear Creek
O.M.O
Petit Verdot
Sauvignon Blanc
2011 Sauvignon Blanc - Top 100 wines Seattle Met Magazine 2010 Little Bear Creek - 89 points Wine Enthusiast 2009 Indomitable - 92 points Wine Spectator

Our Story

Woodinville Wine Cellars produces small quantities of handcrafted wines. Our grapes are secured annually from several prominent Washington state vineyards. Our wine is fermented in small lots and then barrel aged for up to 18 months, using French oak selected to compliment, not mask the terroir. Each lot and individual wine barrel is meticulously monitored from the moment the fruit is hand harvested, to the day the wine is carefully bottled. This artisan approach allows us to preserve the delicate balance of aromas and unique characteristics of each wine.
Sean Boyd joined the Woodinville Wine
Cellars family in 2002. Growing up in California in a family surrounded by gourmet food, fine wines and wine
journalism (his father is a professional winecritic), Sean began
cultivating his craft at an early age.
After working five years for a California wine shop, Sean left home at age 20 to learn the fine art of winemaking. His travels lead him all over the world to leading viticulture areas such as Australia, Portugal, Spain and New Zealand where he worked for several prominent wineries. Studying under master winemakers, Sean was able to perfect his winemaking techniques over the years.
According to Sean, it is during the final blending stage — where certain lots must blend harmoniously — that his finest artistic contribution is achieved. To perfect his winemaking skills, Sean continues to travel to established wine regions around the globe and experiments with new winemaking techniques.
We also are the North America distributor of Lacanche Ranges. Visit www.frenchranges.com Hours: Call for appointment

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