Featuring some of WA's best artisan and hard-to-find wines.
In the Heart of Seattle’s Pike Place Market!
The Tasting Room Seattle, Washington’s first cooperative tasting cellar, features some of our state’s best artisan and hard-to-find wines. Our participating wineries are winemaker-owned and have very limited production. We currently feature the wines of Camaraderie Cellars, Harlequin Wine Cellars, Latitude 46 N, Wilridge Winery, and Wineglass Cellars.
"Real Wines - Real Winemakers"
Wine lovers of all backgrounds and experience levels may taste from these boutique wineries while enjoying the ambience of a European-style wine cave in Seattle’s famous Pike Place Market. Our tasting menu reflects current releases and a few library wines.
A one-ounce taste ranges from $2-$5 and glass pours start at $4. We also offer a great selection of wine flights (three to six one-ounce pours that our experienced staff has grouped together for you), Salumi salami, and cheeses from all over the world for you to enjoy. All of the wines may be purchased on site, or shipped to your home. We offer a 10% half case and 15% full case discount that can be applied to mixed selections.
Private and corporate events are welcome at our venue as well. See "Host an Event Here" for more details.
The Tasting Room Seattle is OPEN:
- Sunday thru Thursday: Noon - 8pm
- Friday & Saturday: Noon -Late
For more information : email@example.com or 206-770-WINE (9463)
Find us on Twitter: @ttrseattle
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Just want to let you know that I processed the latest wine club this week. All of the two bottle members are getting the Willis Hall Cabernet and the Note Bene Columbia Valley Syrah (not to be confused with their Ciel du Cheval Syrah). Those two wines are stacked to the right of the shelves on the south wall while the two from the December shipment are to the left. I have not moved December orders to the back yet so if you get someone in, please check the will call book. Some folks may have two invoices there PLUS some wines in the back. I will try to make all of this more organized/clear in the next few days.
On another note, I was scammed on Friday. A very friendly (overly so, in retrospect) man came in, was very chatty, familiar/etc. and had two glasses of Viognier and a cheese plate. He steped out for a cigarette and, you guessed it, never came back. Said his name was Tim. Just a reminder that we should get credit cards or cash payment from people we don't know before they wander off. I still feel like a moron for falling for it!
Please let me know if you have any quesitons about the wine club chaos!
Wendy the Birdy
The Tasting Room on TV!
This is for any "reality" television fans out there. The Tasting Room was featured in a filming of the show "House Hunters" last spring. The episode with us in it will air this Monday October 8 at 10:00 EDT. If you have never heard of the show, no worries. I hadn't before they showed up here either. However, if you are a fan of both of us, check in and enjoy some views of a Seattle couple deciding on their impending home purchase with a glass of fabulous Washington wine in hand. We should all be so lucky!
For up to date info on the show, check out the link below: