New visitor tasting guide and updated touring map for Woodinville Wine Country

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Woodinville Wine CountryWoodinville Wine Country recently announced the debut of a new visitor tasting guide in addition to a stand- alone, updated touring map to help wine enthusiasts navigate their way through the area’s 100 wineries and tasting rooms.

Located just 30 minutes from downtown Seattle, Woodinville offers Puget Sound area residents and visitors the opportunity to taste many of Washington state’s most sought after wines as well as to discover emerging wineries for themselves.

Woodinville Wine Country’s new four-color visitor guide is an informative, glossy 60-page magazine overviewing all Woodinville has to offer wine aficionados. 

It features articles on touring Woodinville Wine Country by such knowledgeable Washington wine experts as Sean Sullivan and Shannon Borg, as well as an events calendar, maps, dining guide and a directory of winery and affiliate members. 

Woodinville Wine Country has also completely redesigned its rack brochure to include detailed maps of Woodinville’s three distinct tasting destinations, commonly known as the Hollywood, Warehouse and West Valley Wine districts

"With all Woodinville has to offer, we saw the need for a definitive guide to help visitors plan their trip here," said Woodinville Wine Country director Sandra Lee. 

The new tasting guide will be published twice annually, debuting with the just released 2013-14 fall/winter issue.

Download a digital copy of the tasting guide or map, at

Printed copies are available at Woodinville wineries, in Puget Sound area hotels, at SeaTac airport, on Washington state ferries and at other popular tourist destinations.

Woodinville Wine Country will also distribute the magazine or map to interested consumers by mail.

Email requests and a mailing address to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. For more information on touring Woodinville Wine Country, visit the association’s web site, or @WineWoodinville.

For further information, contact  Katie Sims: (425) 467-9398, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

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