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Adams Bench

Maybe you’re a self-proclaimed wine buff, and the history of wine interests you more than seeing how many flights you can fit in an afternoon at Woodinville. In that case, make a trip to Adams Bench, a Cabernet-focused tasting room in the middle of a quiet residential neighborhood. It’s a winery owned by a former lawyer and is only open for four hours every Saturday, so plan accordingly. Listening to this guy introduce himself and talk grapes is educational, but cool - kind of like what you imagine The Magic Schoolbus to be if it were a real thing.

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Where To Drink Wine In Woodinville

When you’re in the mood for a couple dozen tiny sips of wine, head to the tasting rooms in Woodinville Wine Country.

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