Wine Tasting in Union Hill-Novelty Hill, WA

$14 for a Reserve Wine Tasting for Two and Bottle of Merlot at Northwest Cellars Winery ($36 Value)

Northwest Cellars Winery

Northwest Cellars Winery

Taste four award-winning wines and depart with a bottle of wine to enjoy at home

$36 $14

Tickets to 2016 Holiday Wine Fest at the Seattle Center on November 12 or 13 (Up to 34% Off)

2016 Holiday Wine Fest

Seattle Center Exhibition Hall

Enjoy sips of wine, cider, beer, and spirits along with culinary samples and artisan shopping from noon to 4 p.m.

$40 $27

Premium Wine Tasting and Riedel Wine Glass for Two or Four from Woodinville Wine Tastings (Up to 50% Off)

Woodinville Wine Tastings

Woodinville Warehouse Wineries

Guests visit three wineries within walking distance of each other, sampling pours at each

$80 $40

Wine Tasting with Bottle Credit for Two or Four People at Plain Cellars, (up to 36% off)

Plain Cellars


$44 $28

Wine Tasting for Two, Four, or Six at Michael Florentino Cellars (Up to 51% Off)

Michael Florentino Cellars

Michael Florentino Cellars

Learn about recently produced wines and the winemaking process while sampling varietals

$35 $19

Wine and Chocolate Tasting Experience for One or Two at Chocolate Box (Up to 35% Off)

Chocolate Box


Sample four small-production Pacific Northwest wines perfectly paired with local, artisanal chocolates

$31 $20

Wine-and-Chocolate Tasting for Two or Four at Hoodsport Winery (Up to 64% Off)

Hoodsport Winery

West Mason

Five samples of rhubarb, loganberry, and grape varietals harmonize with raspberry-wine chocolate truffles amid sweeping mountain views

$40 $19

Wine Tasting and Glass of Wine for Two or Four at Patit Creek Cellars in Woodinville (Up to 50% Off)

Patit Creek Cellars

Woodinville Tourist Distric

Guests sample reds and whites in a tasting room with a covered patio, then each choose a glass of wine to drink in full

$44 $22

Wine Tasting with Take-Home Bottles for Two or Four at Waving Tree Winery (Up to 47% Off)

Waving Tree Winery

Totem Lake

Small groups sample seven different wines inside a cozy tasting room; includes take-home bottle

$30 $17

$19.99 for Wine Tasting for Two with a Take-Home Bottle at Locati Cellars ($39 Value)

Locati Cellars

Walla Walla

Sample the family-run winery's vintages and blends of regional wines and take home your favorite bottle

$39 $19.99

Wine and Cheese for Two, Four, or Eight People at Capri Cellars (Up to 43% Off)

Capri Cellars

Olde Town

Gather with friends for an exploration of a variety of cheeses and a glass of wine at this cellar

$42 $25

12th Blend Wine Tasting and Logo Glasses for Two or Four at Eye of the Needle Winery (50% Off)

Eye of the Needle Winery

Eye of the Needle Winery

Guests sip 12th Blend wines; for every Groupon purchased, Eye of the Needle Winery will donate 3 or 6 meals to food bank Northwest Harvest

$48 $24

Wine Tasting for Two, Four, or Six at Stottle Winery (56% Off)

Stottle Winery


Two, four, or six guests sample selections of award-winning, handcrafted wine made with grapes sourced from Eastern Washington vineyards

$48 $21

Wine Tasting for Two or Four with Credit Towards Wine at Genoa Cellars (Up to 45% Off)

Genoa Cellars

Multiple Locations

Tuscan-style red and white blends, from varietals such as Sangiovese, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Merlot, from vineyards in Washington

$40 $23

$23 for a Wine Tasting for Two and a Take-Home Bottle of Wine at Stina's Cellars ($55 Value)

Stina's Cellars


Sample small batch wines such as a dark and fruity syrah amber-hued roussane with hints of poached peaches

$55 $23

Wine Tasting and Bottle for Two with Wine Credit from William Grassie Wine Estates (Up to 29% Off)

William Grassie Wine Estates


Try several varietals in a tasting, then take home rosé to prolong the enjoyment

$45 $32

Wine Tasting with Take-Home Bottles of 91-Point Syrah Blend for Two or Four at Gård Vintners (Up to 47% Off)

Gård Vintners

Multiple Locations

Sip samples of wine crafted from estate-grown grapes before taking home bottles of the winery’s 91-Point Syrah blend 2013 Vaucluse

$55 $29

Wine Tasting for Two or Four at Auclair Winery (Up to 50% Off)

Auclair Winery

North Industrial

Blended reds and whites crafted from Washington-state grapes; family-run winery whose founders traveled the world to learn the craft

$40 $20

Tasting with Souvenir Glasses for Two or Four at Coyote Canyon Winery (Up to 48% Off)

Coyote Canyon Winery

Coyote Canyon Winery

Taste wine in friendly, tuscan atmosphere beneath the Horse Heaven Hills and take home souvenir glasses.

$28 $15

One or Two Winery Passports, Valid at 13 Wineries from Rattlesnake Hills Wine Trail (50% Off)

Rattlesnake Hills Wine Trail

Bonair Winery

Winery passport unlocks benefits at more than 13 wineries; completion of passport warrants exclusive invitation to an event in August

$10 $5

Winery Tour for Two or Four, or Four-Course Dinner for Two at Chateau Faire Le Pont Winery (Up to 41% Off)

Chateau Faire Le Pont Winery


Winemakers demonstrate how different varietals are crafted as groups sip on wines; four-course meal includes wine-blending session

$50 $30

Wine Tasting for Two or Four with Take-Home Wine at Willow Crest Wine Estates (Up to 41% Off)

Willow Crest Wine Estates


Customers taste artisan wines at a Tuscan-themed tasting room

$75 $45

Wine & Chocolate Pairing

Sweet Decadence Wine and Chocolate Bar

South Lake Washington

$30 $19.75

$149 for One-Year Wine Club Membership at A Blooming Hill Vineyard ($250 Value)

A Blooming Hill Vineyard

A Blooming Hill Vineyard

Wine experts bundle award-winning wines with notes, pairings & recipes; members enjoy free tastings at tasting room with views of Mt. Hood

$250 $149

Italian Wine Tasting for Two or Four at Luigi's Italian Eatery (Up to 46% Off)

Luigi's Italian Eatery


Sample six different wines, including whites, reds, and sparkling wines, and enjoy snacks

$100 $55

$119 for One-Year Ownership of Two Vines at Carneros Della Notte ($198 Value)

Own a Napa Vineyard

Carneros Della Notte

Learn how to tend and harvest grapes, access special vineyard events, and make your own wine from grapes that grow on your vines

$198 $119

Pasta-Making Class with Wine and Food Tasting for One, Two, or Four at Eat Local (Up to 65% Off)

Eat Local

Multiple Locations

Two-hour class teaches groups how to make a pound of pasta by hand mixing and rolling local ingredients; chef-made food and wine included

$120 $45

Wine Tasting and Appetizers for Two or Four at Scatter Creek Winery (Up to 53% Off)

Scatter Creek Winery


Sample the family-run winery’s reds, whites, and dessert wines, such as their award-winning dry gewurztraminer with hints of elderberry

$60 $28

Marshmallow-Making Class for One, Two, or Four with Wine and Meal Tasting at Eat Local (Up to 65% Off)

Eat Local

Multiple Locations

Pupils sample meals and wines while turning local ingredients into marshmallows of vanilla, fruit, natural, nutty, and chocolate varieties

$120 $45

$19 for an Online Wine Pairing and Tasting Course from Mixology Training ($595 Value)

Mixology Training

Online Deal

Learn how to examine and evaluate wines with your senses and how to create an exemplary dining experience by pairing wine with food

$595 $19

Select Local Merchants

  • Belmonte Cellars
    According to The Pour Fool—The Seattle Post-Intelligencer's resident wine expert—Pleasant Hill Cellars is the best-kept secret in the state. To hear his account, encountering winemaker Larry Lindvig and his impressive Malbec is akin to witnessing a tremendous revelation; The Pour Fool knew he had stumbled upon something extraordinary. That was a decade ago, and today, Lindvig and his wife still strive to make awesome Washington wines that surpass expectations.
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    Carnation, WA US
  • Sky River Meadery
    Sky River Meadery turns honey into wine, or mead to be exact. Since 1997, the meadery has produced its own award-winning blends of mead, a fermented-honey beverage that has been lauded for centuries for its subtly sweet taste. Thought to bring strength, wit, and poetry, Mead was the drink of many ancient kings and poets. Sky River, which is owned and operated by women, introduces guests to its meads in a large onsite tasting room. There, customers can experience the sweet, dry, and raspberry-enhanced meads, finished with a touch of berries, apples, and grassy notes, which pair well with curries, ginger, and salsas. Sky River Meadery also showcases local art in its gallery space, offers other bee products—including candles and honey—and encourages picnicking among the gardens and display bee hives.
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    Redmond, WA US
  • Icon Cellars
    Jim Garner's journey to becoming a winemaker and winery owner began with a gift. He worked in the biotech industry, and his employer moved him from California to Washington. In order to allay his fears that he'd no longer have access to good wine, his new team put together a basket of bottles from local wineries for him to enjoy. He was so impressed by one cabernet from Pleasant Hill Cellars that, when the opportunity presented itself, he went to meet the maker. Jim became friends with the winery's owner, then a part-time helper, then a full-time team member. He eventually founded his own winery, Icon Cellars, where he continues the tradition of making small batches of carefully crafted wines and pairing them with fine food, fine art, and fine music.
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    Redmond, WA US
  • Patit Creek Cellars
    From their winery in Walla Walla to their tasting room in Woodinville, Ed Dudley and his team of Patit Creek Cellars demonstrate their devotion to artisan wine. They carefully select and squish grapes to produce their flagship style of Cabernet Sauvignon, which carefully balances savory and fruit profiles, and the Merlot, which pins aromas of black cherry and chocolate with undertones of dried herbs. They also fill glasses with white varieties that include Chardonnay and a dry Riesling. In their winery’s tasting room, which boasts a breezy covered patio, patrons sample new releases and sip wines by the glass when not creating symphonies with the glasses’ rims.
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    Redmond, WA US
  • Woodinville Wine Cellars
    Stan Barrett already had a winery and a passion for French cuisine when, in 2002, he found himself in need of a winemaker. He found Sean Boyd, who had worked at wineries in France, New Zealand, and around the world. As of today, Boyd's favorite part of the wine-making process is the final blending stage, when he gets to tap into his creative side and combine fermented juices into their final state. He still learns new techniques and oversees every step of production at Woodinville Wine Cellars, where the staff specializes in crafting small-batch, additive-free wines using only grapes sourced from Washington vineyards. They let the wines age for up to 18 months in French oak barrels, which allows them plenty of time to take on complex flavors and read Madame Bovary. It's this dedication to detail that has earned Boyd various accolades for more than a dozen wines, including the deep cabernet sauvignon, peppery rose, and rich Last Man Standing malbec. Over time, the selection has included more than 45 styles, some of which are produced only rarely. Most of the small batches that are currently available, though, are uncorked during tastings at the winery's creek-side tasting room. Barrett also owns Art Culinaire, the North American importer of Lacanche ranges.
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    Woodinville, WA US
  • Des Voigne Cellars
    Before Darren and Melissa Des Voigne started Des Voigne Cellars, they honeymooned in Italy, staying for a week at a winery in Castellina in Chianti. Their stay coincided with the release of the historic 1997 Chiantis, and drinking the excellent vintage hooked the couple on the wine industry. When they returned to the States, Darren decided to turn his wine-making skills—which up until then had been limited to making wine in his garage—into a full-blown career. He succeeded. Today, Des Voignes Cellars is a full decade old, and Darren is the house wine-maker. He crafts traditional and creative varietals with equal aplomb, and as an extra flourish, shows his love of vintage jazz records through his wine labels. The labels of his "Untitled" wines boast lines of sheet music, whereas his 2009 Montreux's label depicts a thoughtful drummer, probably contemplating what terrible drumsticks wine bottles would make.
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    Woodinville, WA US