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Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery
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14111 NE 145th St Woodinville, WA 98072
14111 Northeast 145th StreetUSWashingtonWoodinville98072
Winery, Tourist AttractionToday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Monday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmTuesday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmWednesday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmThursday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmFriday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmSaturday 10:00 am – 5:00 pmSunday 10:00 am – 5:00 pm
Washington's oldest and most acclaimed winery features award-winning wines and unparalleled tasting experiences.
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"I love jazz and have attended the all of the jazz festivals there since 2004."
"I love this place so much, I just had to become a wine club member!"
"Good wine and a great place to see a summer concert."
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Madeleine Higgins
2 months ago
I love this place so much, I just had to become a wine club member! The grounds are absolutely beautiful. Not only do they have grassy knolls to relax on, a coy pond, and a peacock wandering around, but also hold really fun outdoor concerts in the summer time. The actual wine is delicious, and they have a couple different places to taste. Other than the main tasting room, they also have a Col Solare tasting room for a more expensive taste. Being a member is totally worth it. Not only do you get free tastings, but a million other perks as well.
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Carmel Perez
a year ago
WOW!!!!! You all have to go visit this place!!! I can't begin to describe the wonderful time we had here and at the John Legend Concert. The place is beautiful, the employees are MORE THAN WILLING to go out of their way to please you. Super organized, thousands of people and parking was so easy!!! I have to mention Lacey (A Manager and My Eastside People) and DaLinda Kyler. Two of the greatest employees an employer could ever have. Thank you for the quick tour, your smiles, the wine (best ever) and overall customer service. I promise to tell all my "Eastern Washington" friends about you guys! We will visit again very soon! Thank You Thank You Thank You A+++++
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Gregg Bloom
a year ago
I'm not a wine aficionado, but I _am_ a "maker", of sorts. I enjoy a good wine and I appreciate the art that goes into making one. Same with beer, whiskey, soap, etc. The winery tour was quite fulfilling; I got to see the bottling process, learned a bit about the Washington wine regions and some of the things that go into the art (seriously, the direction that the rows of grapes face makes a difference!) and the wine-making process. And then I got to taste a few wines, one of which (the 2013 Muscat Canelli) was just extraordinary.
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Todd Stotz
3 years ago
Sipping wine watching a concert. Saw Ringo Starr in concert there. Awesome! Bring your beach chair, buy a bottle or two of wine, and sit back and watch a great show outside. There's also plenty of food if your hungry. Much fun, can't wait to go back.
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Tyler Lund
3 months ago
A lovely winery housed on the grounds of a Disney like chateau with some tasty wine. I wish they told us the free tour included a tasting because while waiting for the tour to start, we did a five wine tasting then got three more glasses after the tour. The site is very picturesque and romantic though a bit pretentious considering the fairly modern construction. The wine was good, but much heavier on the sweet whites than full bodied reds. The whites were a nice German Mosel style with several rieslings and Gewurtztraminers. The Reds were largely younger reds like Pinot and Merlot. All tasty, but more of a picnic vibe than a strong fortifying meal pairing.
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Jason Short
5 months ago
Been to a few concerts here in summer and they were great. We also went for a halloween party one year and had a good time.
Annette Pustejovsky
6 months ago
Never been to the winery but LOVED Chateau St Michelle Chardonnay.
Christina Abby
2 years ago
I love jazz and have attended the all of the jazz festivals there since 2004. Recently, I went heard about the jazz function on July 27 and went online to order a ticket. I inserted Chateau St Michelle and clicked on Chateau St Michelle - Official Tickets Source Online. I clicked on this and then went to July 27, clicked ordered a ticket. The cheapest ticket at that time was 73.00 with a picture of a seating area. The bottom line is I paid 108.00 for tickets and then found out via my neighbor that they got tickets for 54.00 for their lawn seat. I paid double to sit on the ground! I think that you should have the Woodinville Tickets - Official Tickets Online removed as it quite misleading and perpetrating what I would translate as borderline fraud. I would have never willingly paid 108.00 to sit on the lawn had I not been deceived to do so. Their name should not be associated with Chateau St. Michelle if they are not representing you. I would like a second ticket to make up the difference of what I paid or be interested in a full refund. Rather than rate this issue as poor or fair, I would rate it unacceptable at this point.
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