Save with an Insider’s Pass: Woodinville Wine Country

by Shona Milne on September 9, 2014

Woodinville Wine Country is offering a great deal if you purchase the Insider’s Pass before September 18th.

Sip, Savor and Save:  New Woodinville Wine Country Insider’s Pass Offers Savings on Fall Wine Tasting Events

Purchase an Insider’s Pass to Woodinville Wine Country this month and save $65 on three upcoming Woodinville Wine Country fall and holiday tasting events.

Between now and Sept. 18th, a Woodinville Wine Country Insider’s Pass is available on Brown Paper Tickets for $95 and includes admission to the following three events valued at $160:

  • Hollywood Hill Block Party, Fri., Sept. 19 in Woodinville’s Hollywood Wine District.  Enjoy wine tasting from 5-9 pm at 25 participating wineries, followed by an after party from 8-10 pm at Hollywood Schoolhouse featuring X-Factor finalist LeRoy Bell.  21+ only ($35 day of event if purchased separately)
  • Nick at Night Holiday Tasting, Fri., Dec. 5 at Molbak’s, Woodinville, from 7 – 9:30 pm. Top Woodinville wineries gather under one roof to showcase their best wines.  ($60 if purchased separately)
  • St. Nick’s Open House Weekend, Sat. – Sun., Dec. 6-7 at more than 40 participating Woodinville wineries from 12 – 5 pm.  ($65 Sat-Sun if purchased separately)

Conveniently located 25 minutes northeast of downtown Seattle, Woodinville is home to more than 100 Washington wineries and tasting rooms.  For more information, visit, @winewoodinville or the association’s web site at

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Jackie Mellom 10.01.14 at 9:25 am

This is exactly what the big wineries wanted to get the little guy out of Woodinville so they can charge huge prices for wine tasting events. Which are listed for Oct. The Wine walks provided that outlet to reach everyday people to experience all kinds of wines in a fun event. I brought new people to the wine walks all the time and they loved it and bought wine there and continued to buy at their favorite winery. Now that the Wine Walks have ended, you will not get new people interested in a wine event that cost $35 to $65 to participate in a wine tasting. I for one will not go back to Woodinville, or any of my friends that I introduced to many outstanding SMALL wineries there. The Big guys think they won – but they have really lost.

Shona Milne 10.05.14 at 10:13 am


I completely understand that the wine walks were affordable and offered many people an introduction to Woodiville wines. It is sad that they are gone as I was a fan myself. Not everyone wants to go to large overcrowded events either. Woodinville is changing and only time will tell if is for the best. It is no longer an undiscovered gem. I do hope you and your friends will continue to drink Woodinville wines and make sure you get on your favorite wineries email lists and support their releases and events.

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