Dallas does Woodinville?
It does now.
D Magazine's SideDish section today is touting Woodinville as a great place to visit to try wine and get out of the Dallas, TX, heat.
From the article by a reporter who (freely) admits she visited Woodinvile as a guest of :
"If you haven’t been watching what is going on in Washington State lately, you are missing out. These Woodinville wineries are impressive, many sourcing fruit from the prized, mineral rich Walla Walla soil, to make hearty reds like Merlot, Syrah and Cabernet Sauvignon."
Although she understandably waxes on about Chateau Ste. Michelle, the reporter also said she visited and Delille Cellars and later tried wines from , and .
Of Woodinville, she said:
"This is a town designed for tourists, and though somewhat kitschy, I appreciated the layout of the comfortable town."
She finished the article by calling Woodinville "a serene part of the country" and encouraged Texans to visit on a cool summer weekend.
What do you think about her review of Woodinville? Spot on? Way off? Are you pleased about a writeup such as this potentially bringing more tourism to the area? Tell us in comments.