With so much to taste and do, the most important thing to pack on a trip to Woodinville wine country is a little extra time for enjoying it all. TOP: AN INDULGENT CHOCOLATE AND WINE PAIRING AT PATTERSON CELLARS; BELOW: VISITORS ENJOY ST. NICK’S OPEN HOUSE WEEKEND
Heritage Restaurant & Bar,
with distinct, down-to-earth lunch, appetizer, and dinner selections to complement the neighboring tasting rooms.
cable fine dining options, whereas boutique wineries like Sparkman and DeLille host intimate tasting experiences. Teatro Zinzanni, a dinner theater with cirque, comedy, and cabaret provides spectacular evening entertainment. With so much to taste and do, the most important thing to pack on a trip to Woodinville wine country is a little extra time for enjoying it all. Still, no matter where you roam, you’ll want to promise yourself another day to come back for more.
Photos: Top Left: William Munoz; Far left: Richard Duval; Near left and all others: Sung Park
3:00 PM A rewarding and relaxing way to make the most of this food and drink playground is to turn a day into a getaway. A night’s stay offers the best of both worlds: touring and exploring on your own. It also expands your evening possibilities. Check in at the Willows Lodge, Woodinville’s gold-rated Condé Nast resort to refresh your spirit.
5:00 PM Nearby, the Barking Frog and The Herb Farm offer impec-