Best Wine & Winery Tours in Seattle
The Woodinville Winery Day Tour is a great way to experience the region’s renowned wineries, with your host acting not only as a knowledgeable guide, but also a designated driver. Woodinville Day Tours generally visit 6 wineries, including both the grand and famous Chateau Ste. Michelle as well as smaller, lesser-known vintners. Scheduled tour groups are small, with a ten-person limit, and trips last 6-7 hours, and include a stop for lunch – but note that lunch and tasting fees are not included in the tour price. Bon Vivant also offers a variety of other scheduled tours, like their Art and Wine Tour (held in the Chihuly Museum), City and Bainbridge Island Day Tour, and tours across the mountains in Leavenworth, Wenatchee, and Yakima. Tours pick up and drop off in downtown Seattle, and private and multi-day tours are available on request.
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For a completely customized wine touring experience, choose Seattle Wine Tours. Their knowledgeable chauffeurs offer private tours of all shapes and sizes; from afternoon to multi-day, in a town car, limo, passenger van, or 35-person mini-coach. Visit big or boutique wineries (or both) in Seattle, Woodinville, Leavenworth, Wenatchee, Chelan, Yakima, Tri-Cities, or Walla Walla. Add in a stop at majestic Snoqualmie Falls, if you’ve got time. Those who know where they’d like to go can create their own itinerary. If you just want to sit back and enjoy the ride (and wine), Seattle Wine Tours will create a custom experience based on your personal taste and time preferences. Meal and tasting fees are not included in the tour price, but water and snacks are provided.
Passengers are picked up and dropped off at their preferred location.