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An exterior shot of the Hollywood Station building in Woodinville, with lights and wood trim, along with large steps leading up to the entrance next to an outdoor patio.
DeLille Cellars is now in the former Redhook Brewery building.
Courtesy of DeLille Cellars

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Prominent Woodinville Winery DeLille Unveils Its Huge, Fancy New Home

The Hollywood Station facility has three floors, an outdoor patio, and 30,000 square feet of space

Seattle area wine drinkers can raise a glass to this news. After more than eight months of anticipation, DeLille Cellars — a well-regarded winery which has been in the area since the early ‘90s — recently unveiled its sparkling new facility in Woodinville’s Hollywood Station building. There will be a special ticketed preview event next weekend, and the winery will officially open to the public for tastings December 6.

DeLille — known for popular Bordeaux-style blends, particularly its signature D2 — was founded in 1992, operating smaller tasting rooms around Woodinville. But this will be the first time the company has had its production and retail facilities all under one roof since 1998. It also hopes that the winery itself will be a destination for both longtime fans and those not yet familiar with DeLille, as it plans to host comparative wine tastings, cheese pairings, and live music.

A lounge with colorful vintage couches and a lion mural.
The upstairs lounge is available for wine club members.
Courtesy of DeLille Cellars
A large wood table sits in the middle of the wine library at DeLille Cellars, with a cellar in the back.
There will be comparative tastings in the library.
Courtesy of DeLille Cellars

With 30,000 square feet of space at the former home of Redhook Brewery and a three-story retail tower, there will certainly be plenty of room to roam. The main level is open to the public, featuring a bright lounge with vintage furniture and a gold mural near the taproom’s wine bar, along with an outdoor patio. Meanwhile ,the upper floors are available for wine club members and their guests, including space for pre-reserved events and a rooftop deck with views of Mount Rainier.

An online reservation system to secure seats and book tastings will go live shortly before the opening date.

A wall of chalkboard wine analyses and charts, all displayed in gold frames.
Framed plans from DeLille’s winemaking past.

Meanwhile, Sparkman Cellars, another major Woodinville winemaker, will soon be DeLille’s neighbor in the same building — and its new digs won’t be too shabby, either. Plans call for a tasting room, a wraparound outdoor patio with fire pits, and a grand event hall with a vaulted ceiling.

Outlandish dinner theater group Teatro Zinzanni is across the way, and a secondary building in the Hollywood Station complex houses energy drink company Zipfizz and an outpost of Chateau Ste. Michelle, Washington’s largest winery.

A view of a wooden stairwell near a lounge, with globe-shaped lights and a window on the left.
The lounge on the third floor.
A row of bathroom stalls in a unisex facility with white and black tiling on the floor.
The bathrooms at DeLille are unisex.
A rack filled with different wine bottles.
DeLille is known most for Bordeaux blends.

DeLille Cellars

14300 NE 145TH Street, Woodinville, WA 98072

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