The year a wine was produced can dramatically increase its value, especially if it came from an era when bottles were still made from leopard pelt. Taste the past with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
- $10 for a wine tasting for two of the current production series (a $5 value each) and signature and library series (a $5 value each; a $20 total value)
- $20 for a wine tasting for four of the current production series (a $5 value each) and signature and library series (a $5 value each; a $40 total value)
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.
“The owner/winemaker was very nice and knowledgeable!”
“We had a great time at Aspenwood. The owner spent a great deal of time talking to us about his wine and his path into the business. We had never been in this area...”
“We had a great time at Aspenwood. The owner spent a great deal of time talking to us about his wine and his path into the business. We had never been in this area of Woodinville Wine Country before but we'll definitely be back.”
“Great wines and the winemaker James was a lot of fun.”