Barrel Wine Tours Richard Duvall

Wine Tasting on Wheels

Interested in touring Washington’s densest wine region? Book one of these companies, who all offer much more than just reliable transportation to Woodinville.


Barrel Wine Tours Richard Duvall

Barrel Wine Tours

On its full- and half-day all-inclusive, door-to-door tours, Barrel focuses on boutique producers and unique experiences. Get hands-on with the wine blending workshop, where you sample three different red varietals before mixing your own select bottling. Top the bottle with wax or foil to complete the package. Barrel Wine Tours

Bon Vivant Wine Tours

The original Woodinville wine tour company picks up wine lovers anywhere in Seattle for scheduled day tours that run set days on a per-seat basis—or for private tours you can plan for any day and occasion. As Bon Vivant has racked up accolades over the years, so have its guides accumulated experience on where to go, when to go, and who to talk to. *Bon Vivant Tours

Butler Seattle

Family-run with deep roots in Seattle’s food and beverage scene, Butler Seattle’s customizable wine tours are great for groups of all sizes. The fleet ranges from a private Mercedes-Benz for two to a 23-passenger Executive Mini Coach. For groups of 10 or more, book the Rustic Picnic Wine Tour with door-to-door transportation, tasting fees for three locations, and a handmade Tuscan-inspired picnic. *Butler Seattle

Party Cycle NW

The Seattle area’s mild winters and springs mean you could always hire a ride to Woodinville then tour the valley on a covered 15-person bike. A two-hour tour comes with a guide, a sound system, motor assist, comfy seating, and plenty of wine tasting. Though alcohol is not allowed inside the vehicle, the number of wineries you visit is up to you within the timeframe—so pedal away. Party Cycle NW


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