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Woodinville Wine Country adds Reserve event for high-scoring wines, small lots
More than 40 wineries plan to participate in Woodinville RESERVE, which will feature wines having received 90-point ratings and small-lot productions that have not been sent for review.
Tickets also on sale for the 11th annual Passport to Woodinville, which will feature more than 35 wineries. Ticket holders will receive a glass and passport allowing one-time entry to participating wineries pouring new releases and other select wines. Price is $65 for a two-day pass; $55 Sunday-only pass. Prices go up after March 18 to $75 two-day pass; $65 Sunday-only pass.
Tickets are available for both the traditional Passport to Woodinville open house weekend and the Woodinville RESERVE package at woodinvillewinecountry.com.
Woodinville is 30 miles northeast of downtown Seattle and features 98 Washington wineries and tasting rooms. For more information, visit woodinvillewinecountry.com,facebook.com/