Seattle Winery + Waterfall Tour

Explore Seattle wine tasting at Washington’s award winning estate-wineries. Having been in the business for over 20 years, we love having the opportunity of introducing visitors to the independent family run Seattle wineries as well as the beloved, world-class Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery. Then combine in one fun day some of the best Northwest scenery along with your Seattle winery tour experience. Our comfortable tour will take you over Lake Washington on Seattle’s famous Evergreen Pt. Bridge, the world’s second longest floating bridge, to Woodinville, home to dozens of Washington State’s 700+ premium wineries. Washington is now America’s #2 wine region and has produced numerous top scoring wines. You will enjoy tastings at the Chateau as well as at least one other award winning Seattle winery.

Seattle Wine Tasting

Allow $5-$10 at each Seattle winery for tasting fee options of your choice. Winery selection may occasionally vary due to winery schedules and private events. Traveling with 7 or more people? Consider booking this experience as a private tour.

There will be an opportunity to enjoy lunch from a selected eatery with gourmet food selections. We recommend allowing up to $15 for your meal. After lunch enjoy lush Northwest scenery with rolling Cascade mountain foothills, past horse ranches and beautiful in-season flower farms en-route to a stop at spectacular 268 ft. Snoqualmie Falls. The falls is a long revered Native American icon and was a popular Hollywood filming location for both Twin Peaks and The Vanishing. And finally, enjoy a stop at Boehm’s Chocolates in Issaquah for tasty samplings of fine chocolate treats and time to make memento purchases before returning over Lake Washington on the world’s third longest floating bridge to your return Seattle area destination.

Wear comfortable walking shoes and bring a jacket, as we go by the water and you may get chilly on overcast days. Bring an umbrella if appropriate, and don’t forget your camera. We’re your host in Seattle and are committed to showing you a memorable time, so be ready for a great tour! Wine is only served to those over age 21 who present ID on the winery tours.

All prices plus tax and courtesy pickup. Gratuity is appreciated and graciously accepted.

$89.50
Chateau St. Michelle

Chateau St. Michelle

Novelty Hill Winery

Novelty Hill Winery

Wine Cellar in one of Washington's 600 wineries

Wine Cellar in one of Washington's 600 wineries

Roaring Snoqualmie Falls

Roaring Snoqualmie Falls

Peak of Mount Si

Peak of Mount Si

  • April - October Tours

    • 10 am
  • November - March Tours

    • 10 am
  • Duration

    • 6 hours
  • Stops on the Tour

    • Chateau Ste. Michelle
    • Boutique Wineries
    • Snoqualmie Falls
    • Boehm Candies (as time allows)
  • Seen on this Tour

    • UW Husky Stadium
    • New Gates Foundation Building
    • Floating Bridges
    • Cascade Mountains
    • University of Washington
    • Seattle Yacht Club
    • Waterfalls
    • Mt. Si
    • Twin Peaks
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