About a half hour outside Seattle, you can immerse yourself in Northwest wine country and country living. Centered in the Sammamish River Valley, the town of Woodinville is home to over 140 award-winning wineries and tasting rooms. It is also home to large acreage homes and all types of equestrian amenities. With three iconic wine valley regions (Walla Walla, Yakima, and Columbia) located right here in Washington, award winning vintners and taking advantage of the trendy Woodinville scene and setting up satellite tasting bars faster than you can open a bottle of Leonetti Cab.
Make everlasting memories at the Summer concerts on the lawn at Chateau St. Michelle which pulls classic acts like Bob Dylan and Earth Wind, and Fire. Next door to the St. Michelle and Columbia wineries, you can dine at the world famous Herb Farm Restaurant. The only thing that matches this five hour dining soirée is its 5-Diamond rating (1 of only 42 in the country) and voted “#1 Destination Restaurant in the World” by National Geographic, the accolades and awards are plentiful, bon appetit!
As one of the most nature conscious cities in the state, you’ll appreciate the conservation and preservation programs that keep Woodinville true to its rural roots. With such an abundance of public parks and trails, the amount of outdoor adventures and activities are epic. Bear Creek Country Club delivers a magnificent Jack Frei designed championship golf course with lush terrain to stunning foothill views. The best scene of all is seeing the hot air balloons rise majestically over Woodinville.
The city is extremely family friendly and provides expansive lots for farming, equestrian, and general open-air splendor. With one of the best nationally ranked school districts, Woodinville is a great place to call home.
Woodinville is home to one of the few Masters of Wine in the world. Bob Betz, MW (Betz Family Winery) is one of only 297 people in the world to hold this prestigious title.