Our Seattle winery tour explores the booming Woodinville wine area and the rugged beauty of Snoqualmie Falls. Now the #2 wine-producing state in the country, Washington has truly come of age when it comes to winemaking. A Woodinville winery tour with some waterfall sightseeing is the perfect day trip from Seattle.
Join one of our professional guides as we start our day visiting roaring Snoqualmie Falls, a 268 foot (82 m) waterfall thundering between the Cascade Mountains and Puget Sound. After driving through green-wooded lowlands dotted with historic farms, we’ll arrive in Woodinville, the center of Seattle’s winery scene. This area, home to 100+ vibrant and entrepreneurial winemakers, is the ideal place for an approachable and unpretentious sampling of local wines. Wine enthusiasts often remark that Washington combines New World fruit with Old World style, achieving the best of French polish and California ripeness.
These two destinations offer the perfect taste of our region. We’ll also glimpse Lake Washington from the world’s longest floating bridge, learn about the Native Americans who revered Snoqualmie Falls for thousands of years, and discuss local history while driving past today’s numerous high-tech campuses.
Please note that guests must be 21 years or older with valid identification to participate in wine tasting.
|PICK-UP AND RETURN||Your downtown Seattle or Bellevue hotel or vacation rental. For guests staying elsewhere, pick-up is available at the Charter Hotel at 1610 2nd Ave in Seattle.|
|DEPARTURE TIME||9:00 AM|
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|PRIVATE TOURS||Prefer a private experience? Click “Private Tour” below for availability and pricing.|
We want you to have the best experience possible, so we optimize every tour based on the season, weather conditions, and guest interest. Here’s an example of a typical itinerary for the Seattle Wine and Waterfall Tour:
9:00 AM: Pick-Up
10:00 AM: Snoqualmie Falls
12:30 PM: Lunch
1:30 PM: Woodinville Winery Tour
5:00 PM: Depart Woodinville
5:30 PM: Arrive in Seattle