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Tuesday, November 06, 2012

Woodinville's St. Nick's Wine Festival Welcomes Winter

From Lucha Vino:


With all this balmy weather it is hard to believe it is already November.  It feels like winter will never get here.  If you are anxious for some sign that winter will arrive then you are in luck.  The 12th edition of the St. Nicks festival is coming up November 30th through December 2nd in Woodinville wine country.  This is your chance to coax winter out of hiding, taste some fabulous wines and pick up some great deals too.

The festivities kick off on Friday this year with a free community tree lighting at Chateu Ste Michelle that will be followed by a unique tasting event with 45 wineries pouring some exclusive wines. The tree lighting festival, including music and cider, is free.  The tasting event that follows includes sweet and savory small bites and the opportunity to taste some special wines from Betz, Col Solare, Efeste and many others.  The event has a limited number of tickets available at $50 each.  This is a great chance to taste wines from a collection of unique Woodinville wineries all in one location.

Can't make the Friday event? Don't despair!  There are still two more days of festivities on tap throughout the Woodinville wine district.  You can purchase a one or two day pass that gets you in to all the participating wineries plus some other great perks.  Perks? Yes, perks!  How about full case discounts, live music, food trucks, two for one wine tastings and more?  Yep, there is more.  You can check out all the details here.

Be safe while you taste (he's watching after all).  All designated drivers get free entry to participating wineries. You can also take advantage of a shuttle service provided by Shuttle Express that will be available for an additional fee.

Mark your calendar for November 30th, or December 1st and 2nd and keep up to date with all the latest details on this cool event at the website, like the Woodinville Wine Country page on Facebook or follow @WineWoodinville on Twitter.

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