Now here’s an excellent reason to raise your glass and cheer! DeLille Cellars has opened its new, unique three-level tasting room and retail tower, with an outdoor patio, rooftop deck and views of Mt. Rainier. We recently had a first-hand look at the new digs, located at the former Redhook brewery in Woodinville’s Hollywood District. Check it out for yourself! And there’s no better time than now, when you can find holiday deals on DeLille’s stellar wine. Read on for details!
DeLille Cellars newest tasting room is called Hollywood Station. Specifically, it features private tasting rooms, a cozy library, and a mezzanine overlooking rows of barrels and the winemaking facilities. And you can book reservations online to secure seats for a classic wine tasting, group private tastings, food and wine pairings, a library experience or wine club tastings.
The first floor of the 30,000-square foot facility is open to the public, with vintage furniture and and an outdoor patio. Meanwhile, wine club members can book tastings on the exclusive second and third floors. Check DeLille’s website for more details about the tastings and pricing.
DeLille Cellars Holiday Wine Offers
Keep your eyes open for holiday sales on DeLille’s award-winning wine. For example, you can save $23 on DeLille’s Rhone Sampler – one each of their newly released 2017 Doyenne and 2017 Signature Syrah for just $68. You can also save on gift sets, such as 2016 D2 and 2018 Chaleur Blanc in a gift box or a wood box. And there’s a boxed magnum of 2018 D2, as well as a D2 vertical (2015, 2016 and 2017) in a wood box. You can find details of these and other fantastic holiday offers on the DeLille Cellars website.
Founded in 1992, DeLille Cellars is a long-standing, prominent winery. During our tour of the new facilities, we bumped into president and co-founder Jay Soloff, and co-founder and acclaimed founding winemaker, Chris Upchurch, on the third-floor rooftop. This is a milestone event for these two, and we were happy to chat with them.
DeLille is the first winery in Washington to focus on Bordeaux-styled blends. Many critics have called DeLille’s Chaleur Blanc the best Bordeaux-style white wine in North America, and we agree.
We highly recommend making reservations to visit their new facilities and sign up for a tasting. Also, be sure to check out the savings over the holidays – these wines are perfect to serve at your holiday dinners or parties, or as a gift for a special friend.
Margot and Dave