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DeLille Cellars, Woodinville

(3.9/5 based on 40 reviews on the web)
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  • I have been to DeLille Cellars twice. The Wines are OK. The atmosphere outside is fun in the Summer. We recently went, but because we had a group of 6 we were told that our tastings would be $30.00 pe...  more »
  • We came here with an out of town guest and received great attention from the hosts. The parking lot for the tasting room is very small and you have to be lucky or park somewhere else. This is a fun pl...  more »
  • After seeing high scores for their wines, we have decided to visit their tasting room. Parking is free (more parking spots available in the strip mall behind). Tasting fee was US$20 / person which inc...  more »
  • Bad experience. Unwelcoming staff. There are far better tasting rooms.
  • Great wine across the board.
  • You can sample up to 3 different wines for free. Very friendly staff. You can buy their product at discounted prices, the more you buy the cheaper/better deal they'll give you.Love their drinks and this place!
  • Backed traffic up for miles because of two cop cars supervising their vallet. No need for all that, some people are just trying to get home!
  • Just visited the new, just opened Maison DeLille in downtown Kirkland. They are not a stand alone. Over a dozen businesses, from art, to real estate and mortgages, to decor, gadgets and fine men's better sportswear at Asher Goods have harmonized a large area of retail space with upscale contemporary decor, furnishings and spacial relationships that allow you to wander through but not intrude upon OPE's = other people's meetings and events. This is ultra modern cool combined with casual elegance. But come as you are and they take you for who you are. And how can one go wrong sipping in the atmosphere while mozying around the Feng Shui-fluid flow of the interior pathways with the stem of a glass of D2 in one's fingers, off-leash "best-dog-in-the-whole-wide-world at one's side? It's a stop by and move on, or sit down for some real lifestyle buying type of a place. I truly hope it lasts.