Seattle oenophiles rejoice: You no longer have to travel to the distant vineyards of Walla Walla or even the tasting room-rich town of Woodinville to taste the killer offerings of Eastern Washington's bountiful grape harvest. From Georgetown and the SoDo Urban Works tasting center to family-owned and -operated wine warehouses north of the shipping canal, Seattle is staking its claim as one of the top places to taste wine in the state.
Leave your car at home and walk, ride your bike, take the light rail and bus, or ride-share your way around the city to sample flights or full pours of delicious local wines that don't require a rural vacation. While you're at it, pick up a bottle for later. The latest update to this map adds Sleight of Hand Cellars, Elsom Cellars, and Aluel Cellars.
Note: Map points are listed geographically and are not ranked by preference. Where do you sip wine in Seattle? Show your favorite local producer some love in the comments, send an email, or start a forum thread in its honor.Read More