Wend your way through Woodinville with wine guide

  • Herald staff
  • Thursday, November 21, 2013 4:18pm
  • Life

The Woodinville area is the Napa Valley of Washington with 100 wineries and tasting rooms dotting the hills and valleys on the east side.

A recently completed visitors guide, the 2013-14 fall and winter edition, will help you navigate the three tasting regions, known as Hollywood, Warehouse and West Valley wine districts.

The magazine is 60 pages of information with tour suggestions, an events calendar, maps, places to eat and a directory of all the wineries, as well as interviews and information from wine experts.

Woodinville Wine Country has also updated its touring map.

You can download a copies of the guide and map at woodinvillewinecountry.com. They are also available at the wineries, in some hotels and on the ferries.

Email requests for guides and maps to info@woodinvillewinecountry.com.

For more information, go to the website or facebook.com/WoodinvilleWineCountry.

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