DeLille Cellars: Celebrating 25 Years in Washington Wine

by Shona Milne on February 2, 2017

25 Years of Washington Wine:
DeLille Cellars Begins a Year of Celebration

Founded in 1992, DeLille Cellars is planning a year of celebration with events and special offers to honor its 25-year legacy of acclaimed winemaking.

Woodinville, WA, January 31, 2017 – On March 22nd, DeLille Cellars will kick off its Vine to Wine Grower Dinner Series featuring some of Washington State’s premier growers who have been instrumental in establishing DeLilleCellars’ acclaimed portfolio of wines.

The inaugural Vine to Wine dinner features distinguished grower Dick Boushey, a recipient of the Wine & Spirits “Grower of the Year” award. The four-course pairing menu will be presented by El Gaucho, a recentwinner of the Washington State Wine Commission’s Restaurant Group of the Year. The event will take place at the iconic DeLille Cellars Chateau in the heart of Woodinville Wine Country. Co-Founder and Executive Winemaker Chris Upchurch, Co-Founder and President/CEO Greg Lill, Co-Founder and Executive V.P. Sales and Marketing Jay Soloff, and Winemaker Jason Gorski will be in attendance.

Additional dinners in the series will take place at renowned restaurants in the Puget Sound region. Tickets will be on sale soon. Please visit the DeLille Cellars Event Ticket page for more information.

DeLille Cellars will continue to celebrate its 25-year legacy at its spring and fall release events, along with an inaugural Rosé Picnic at the DeLille Cellars Chateau in June.


2017 Celebratory Events:

For the latest event details, please visit and the DeLille Cellars Events page.

Vine to Wine Inaugural Dinner:  Wednesday, March 22nd at the DeLille Cellars Chateau

Spring Barrel Tasting: Saturday and Sunday, May 20th & 21st at the DeLille Cellars Winery and Production Facility

Rosé Picnic: Sunday, June 25th at the DeLille Cellars Chateau

End of Summer Blanc Party:  Sunday, August 27th at the DeLille Cellars Carriage House Tasting Room

Fall Release: Friday through Sunday, November 3rd through 5th at the DeLille Cellars Chateau

Special Offers at the DeLille Cellars Carriage House Tasting Room in Woodinville:

  • Quarterly drawing to win a D2 6 Liter for the price of a 750ml
  • Winemaker Fridays (the second Friday of each month): Special tasting from 4-6 PM with a member of the DeLille Cellars Winemaking Team
  • Special offers during Taste Washington and Washington Wine Months in March and August on current vintage D2, Chaleur Blanc and Four Flags Cabernet Sauvignon


Special Offers at Maison DeLille Wine Lounge in Kirkland:

  • Wine Wednesdays: $10 glass pours of D2
  • Throwback Thursdays: By-the-glass specials on library vintages




About DeLille Cellars
DeLille Cellars is a boutique artisan winery located in Woodinville, Washington. The winery was founded in 1992 by Charles and Greg Lill, Jay Soloff, and celebrated winemaker Chris Upchurch. DeLille Cellars pioneered Bordeaux-style blends from Washington State, and has maintained a tradition of quality and excellence with over 180 wines scored 90+ (across 25 vintages) from leading publications such as Robert Parker’s Wine Advocate, Wine Spectator, Vinous/Stephen Tanzer’s International Wine Cellar, and Wine Enthusiast.


The winery focuses on the Red Mountain AVA and grape sourcing from Washington’s leading Grand Cru vineyards, including Ciel du Cheval, Grand Ciel, Upchurch, Red Willow, Sagemoor, Klipsun, Boushey and Harrison Hill.  DeLille Cellars was named the “Lafite Rothschild of Washington State” and a 5-star/outstanding producer, the same designation awarded Cheval Blanc and Domaine de la Romanée-Conti, by Robert Parker.


DeLille Cellars is a Bacchus Capital portfolio company.

For more information, visit

Press Contact: Keri Tawney, DeLille Cellars, 425-489-0544 x1013



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