Passport 2016: Wine Without Borders

  • Written by Woodinville Wine Country

Over the last three decades, Woodinville has grown from a sleepy Eastside suburb into an internationally renowned center for finely crafted beverages of every type. Home to over 80 wineries that have achieved a 90+ rating, this area is now widely regarded as one of the world’s premier wine destinations. In a region so ripe with tasting opportunities, the question naturally becomes how best to enjoy it all in your own time and at your own pace without breaking the bank. In other words, how do you make the most of your tasting travels through this lush land of flavors?

Passport1With Passport to Woodinville Wine Country, all excuses for not enjoying more of Woodinville’s bounty are gone. It’s your yearlong pass to roam and taste wherever and whenever the mood hits. Use Passport to create wine-tasting experiences any time that fits your schedule and lifestyle. Want to meet a friend after work? Easy. Have guests in town for the weekend? It’s a no-brainer. Throughout 2016, you have a ticket to explore and enjoy over 60 participating wineries throughout Woodinville’s four wine districts. And at its low introductory price (just $99.95 for a 2-pack), Passport is easily the best value in wine country, whether you (or those on your gift list) are tasting over a single weekend or every month.

The wealth of Washington winemakers now based in Woodinville presents a delicious challenge for both casual wine drinkers and seasoned enthusiasts. The beauty of Passport is that it provides a valuable, convenient answer for both. For casual wine fans, it’s an economical way to introduce themselves to the endless variety of Washington wines. For experienced wine lovers and collectors, it’s an easy, inexpensive way to frequent their favorite winemakers while searching for their next exciting discovery. Regardless of your taste, knowledge, budget or schedule, Passport opens up the wide, delicious world of Woodinville wine to whatever suits your fancy.


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