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Corks and Canvas Events, like a work of fine art, came about by pairing a good idea with a passion to create. The founders both came from the marketing world, where they spent their days devising campaigns and events to inspire their audiences to take action. A shared love for art and wine inspired them to bend their action-creating talents toward a new goal?hosting painting and wine events in area wineries and wine bars, allowing guests to "uncork their creativity" and promote the burgeoning Washington wine industry in a social setting. Their idea took the form of Corks and Canvas Events, where experienced artists lead guests step-by-step through the painting creation process. Guests re-create various paintings, everything from lush vineyard scenes to preening roosters, while sipping on glasses of local wines.
14450 Woodinville Redmond Rd.
Woodinville,
WA
US
Long before they were making wine, Derek Berger and Scott Heinrich brewed beer together in the 90s. That, they might tell you, was the start of it all?beer-making transitioned to wine-making, relationships with some of Washington's top vineyards, and a newfound appreciation for the centuries-old art. Their tastes evolved into an appreciation for wine, and eventually they were crafting Sangiovese-based red blends, showcasing their Washington interpretation of Italy's Super-Tuscan-style blends. Today, their operation has grown into Genoa Cellars, where they produce Tuscan?style wines from Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon, Syrah, and Merlot. Participants can sample their wines, experiment with chocolate and wine pairing, and take home a bottle to have on hand for special dinners or occasions.
19501 144th Ave. NE
Woodinville,
WA
US
Despite its name, no dirty buckets are used in the brewing process at Dirty Bucket Brewing Co. The brewery's team members chose a moniker that paid homage to their homebrewing roots. Operating on a three-barrel system from its cozy nanobrewery, the team handcrafts small batches of four mainstay pours, such as the Filthy Hoppin' IPA, which packs a tasty trio of Chinook, Willamette, and Cascade hops. The rest of Dirty Bucket's lineup consists of rotating seasonal brews, ranging from an Irish Red and Pumpkin ale to a Hefeweizen brewed with fresh pineapple. These flow from the taps at Dirty Bucket's tasting room, which welcomes food from neighboring restaurants as well as kids, pets, and imaginary friends, provided they use their indoor voices.
19151 144th Ave NE
Woodinville,
WA
US
Jim Petty, owner and winemaker, has high standards for wine that have motivated him to craft an array of award-winning varietals from the grapes of local vineyards. Aspenwood Cellars’ signature series boasts Seattle Wine Award–winners, such as the silver medal 2009 syrah and the bronze medal 2008 cabernet sauvignon, while the current production series includes a 2009 Elegance red-wine blend, which serenades tasters with the cherry and toasted vanilla notes that earned it a silver medal at the Washington State Fair in 2012. Aspenwood Cellars invites guests to visit on the weekends for tastings led by Jim. Guests can take the opportunity to learn about how the wine is made personally, since Jim takes a more personal approach, meeting and talking with guests about all things wine.
19415 219th Ave NE
Woodinville,
WA
US
Brickyard Brewing's beer-makers brew what they want, when they want. And though the brewers usually lean toward American-style ales, the only strict requirement they have is to create craft beer that?according to their website?tastes "darn good." Started by neighbors Ean and Joe, Brickyard Brewing reinvigorates the pioneering spirit of brewing. The pair has 10+ years of experience in the industry and takes pride in crafting original recipes. Anyone can sample the latest creations for themselves five days a week inside Brickyard Brewing's taproom, where bartenders serve up samples, flights, and pints. Visitors can also fill up kegs and growlers to go, or look for Brickyard's brews at one of its many wholesale partners.
5817 238th St. SE, Ste. 3
Woodinville,
WA
US
It all started when Erin and Jason Morin decided to make their own wine for their wedding. Much like a major league slugger facing off against a little league pitcher, the wine was a huge hit. The native Washingtonians turned what might have become a one-off deal into a life-long passion with Ancestry Cellars. There, they craft wines made from grapes grown in the eastern areas of the state. These wines range in style from the sweet, before-dinner Riesling that flourishes with notes of guava, tart grapefruit, and a distinct minerality, to the 2011 reserve Cabernet, which conjures up hints of blackberry and tobacco.
19510 144th Ave. NE
Woodinville,
WA
US

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