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How to Tour Woodinville Wineries: Transportation

What is the best way to travel between wineries in Woodinville?

Are you considering a tasting and touring excursion to the Woodinville wineries?  If you’re wondering how to get from one tasting room to the next, there are a variety of options.   Below are just a few.

Bicycle built for 15? 

You bet! One of the more unique ways to tour is a pedal-powered bike for up to 15 people.  Planning a party, celebration, or team building event in Woodinville?  Everyone will love the vino, fresh air, and festive ride through wine country.  And, there’s the added bonus of a little workout to help metabolize all of that wine.

Don’t worry about getting tired.  The bikes come with motor assist. Wear comfortable shoes and dress for the weather – you will be peddling rain or shine.

“Booked this for my boyfriends birthday and everyone had an absolute blast. We will definitely do this again!”

Party Cycle NW

P.S. – You can even bring your own food and music along.

Luxury Touring Van

Does motoring through Woodinville wine country in a luxury touring van sound like your cup of tea?   Bon Vivant tours offer two types of tours. Feeling spontaneous today? Join one of their daily scheduled tours. If you are looking to plan ahead, you can book a guided group tour for up to 52 people.  Whatever you decide, relax and enjoy your personalized transportation from your downtown Seattle or eastside location.

Just sit back and ride in comfort. 

Walk Between Wineries 

Many tasting rooms in Woodinville are clustered close together, especially in the Hollywood and Warehouse districts.  With warm weather on the horizon, strolling among wineries or joining a wine walk is an enticing way to tour tasting rooms. 

Download a free walking map

walking map via Willows Lodge

Shuttle Between Wineries

Starline Luxury Line recently launched a wine tasting shuttle service, the Woodinville Cellar Hopper. With daily runs, the shuttle will loop continuously through 20 stops where riders can “hop off and back on” throughout the day.

photo via Starline Instagram

Bike Between Wineries

There are many ways to pedal to the wineries. There are plenty of guided bike tours and wine rides to choose from. But maybe you are feeling a little more venturesome?

You can ride your own bike and travel via the Burke-Gilman and Sammamish River trails from numerous locations around Seattle and the eastside.

Wine and Cycling Combined

“Woodinville is located near the Sammammish River Trail which links to the Burke-Gilman Rail-Trail into Seattle. We loaded up the bikes on the bike rack on the front of a Seattle City bus and headed up to Woodinville Washington to taste some wine.”

Lets Go Biking

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