From Our Editors
You won't find a single cork at Piccola Cellars. That's because the sellers store their locally made wines in stainless steel kegs. While tapping wine may seem unusual, the company believes the process saves more money, hassle, and environment than traditional bottling. Take Piccola's signature tote—it holds the same amount of wine as two 750 ml bottles, and can stay fresh for one month after opening. For those who need wine in bulk, whether it's for a party or to dye a lawn purple, Piccola also packages its reds and whites in growlers, mini-kegs, and kegs. And if potential buyers are curious about the most important factor—how the wine tastes—they can visit Piccola's tasting room in the Woodinville Warehouse District or in the North Bend location.