Update Sunday, Feb. 17, 8:30 p.m. Woodinville Wine Country has added a new event in conjunction with Passport to Woodinville. Called Woodinville Reserve, the event will take place Friday, April 12 from 7–10 p.m. at Columbia Winery in Woodinville.
More than 40 Woodinville wineries will fill the floors of the historic Columbia Winery to pour wines rated 90 and over from major wine publications as well as special wines too limited in quantity to have reviewed. Gourmet bites will also be served from local Woodinville restaurants, according to the Woodinville Wine Country website.
The price of tickets to this upscale evening event is $125, which includes a Woodinville Reserve ticket and a two day pass to the Passport to Woodinville Open House Weekend being held the following weekend, April 20-21.
Tickets for Passport to Woodinville are now on sale and include a commemorative wine glass and Passport Booklet good for complimentary wine tastings at all participating wineries during the Open House weekend.
- Early Bird Pricing (Feb. 18 – March 17): $55 for Sunday only and $65 for Saturday and Sunday
- March 18 – April 20: $65 for Sunday only and $75 for Saturday and Sunday
This year's Passport to Woodinville event has been announced, according to a post on the Woodinville Wine Update website.
The event has been scheduled for Saturday and Sunday April 20-21. Tickets will go on sale on Monday, Feb. 18, a recent post on the website said. Tickets last year were available online at brownpapertickets.com but Woodinville Wine Country officials haven't said yet where to get tickets. Check back Monday for an update.
Named one of “America’s 50 Most Amazing Wine Experiences” by Food & Wine magazine, Passport to Woodinville offers Washington wine lovers the opportunity to experience Woodinville’s booming wine scene.
Ticket holders receive a glass and passport, allowing one-time entry to participating wineries.