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Chateau Ste Michelle is Washington's founding winery and features the longest list of award-winning wines in the State! Open 7 days a week, our brand new 22,000 sq. foot Visitor Center and historic grounds offer an experience unlike any other winery...more
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Really enjoyed the tour of this beautiful winery, although I will say that the tour was much more extensive and thorough a couple of years ago. Still informative, however, and you are still given samples - so that helps. :-)
Visited this winery with my daughter and grand daughter as a an outing when visiting Seattle. The winery is set on what looks to be the grounds of a typical French Chateau, with circular drives and a wide expanse of lawns that are used by...More
Went with another couple to visit this well known winery. Enjoyed the short but informative tour and then really enjoyed the tastings. Took advantage of the small selection of cheese and breads to have a nice mid afternoon snack. I drank reds which can sometimes...More
My husband and I did a wine tasting this weekend and we really loved the atmosphere. Chateau Ste. Michelle never disappoints. We have been there years ago for a wine tasting event and I was surprised at how much had changed for the better. We...More
Stopped in recently during a Woodinville wine tasting outing and ended up staying for a couple hours - without taking the tour! The last time we visited, there was just the one tasting bar - now there are multiple tasting experiences. We tried the Champagne...More
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By far the closest accommodations are at the Wiilows Lodge but be prepared to pay top dollar for a highly rated stay. We stayed last weekend and though expensive I will return. Eat at the Barking Frog if you have a chance.