DeLille Cellars

One of the most ambitious tasting rooms to debut in Woodinville in recent years, this acclaimed Bordeaux-style winery has expanded in the old three-story Redhook Brewery plant. The main floor, capacity 100, is open to the public, though a reservation system is set up to avoid overcrowding. The upper two floors are for wine club members and include a wine library boasting 1,235 bottles. There are also a 64-seat rooftop bar, private tasting rooms and a fireplace on the top floor. DeLille’s signature red, D2, is much loved, but don’t miss the winery’s Chaleur Blanc. At $35, it’s one of the best values for white Bordeaux-style blends you can find in the United States. Food and wine pairings are offered Fridays through Sundays, and by next spring, the staff will start hosting wine tours. Also, DeLille will have a new neighbor come March when Sparkman Cellars moves into the Redhook building.

14300 N.E. 145th St., Suite 101, Woodinville; 425-489-0544,

House of ‘Pagne

A Champagne bar has come to Seattle, but it’s not situated in the sort of high-end demographic area you might expect. House of ‘Pagne is holed up in the Sodo Urban Works industrial complex with a dozen other wine tasting rooms and Ethan Stowell‘s San Juan Seltzery. Started by the couple behind Structure Cellars Winery, House of ‘Pagne features 30 different Champagne and sparkling wines by the glass. Prices are as low as $7 a glass, $15 for a flight of three sparkling wines, and $25 for three glasses of Champagne. Champagne by the glass ranges from $13 to $20. But if you came to high-roll, there’s always Cristal ($350 a bottle).

3901 First Ave. S.;  ​206-300-4495,

Locus Wines

This Pioneer Square tasting room offers 14 wines by the glass, mostly Old World-style wines with grapes sourced from the Yakima Valley. Expect Rhone and Bourdeaux-style flights paired with lamb-caramelized onion pastry squares, meatballs and other noshes. The 40-seat bar is located in Occidental Square.

307 Occidental Ave. S., Seattle; 206-682-1760,

Maryhill Tasting Room

This popular Columbia Gorge winery makes it debut in the Eastside market with its fourth and largest tasting room to date, located in a renovated 10,000-square-foot space in the Hollywood Schoolhouse in Woodinville. Check out its 2016 Cabernet Franc, which made our 25 Top Northwest Wines list in 2019. For food, there are shared plates, including crabcakes and other seafood, along with sandwiches.

14810 N.E. 145th St., #A, Woodinville; 425-481-7925,

Petite Soif

The owners behind the stellar Vif bar in Fremont have opened a bottle shop and tasting room in Beacon Hill, showcasing 175 different natural wines. About a dozen noshes — including charcuterie boards, tin seafood and salads — are offered with wine pairings. After 4 p.m. on weekdays and 2 p.m. on weekends, Petite Soif adds a “hot” food menu that includes bread pudding with sausage, leeks, mushrooms and Gruyere. The 42-seat tasting room will expand with sidewalk and courtyard seating when the weather warms up.

3309A Beacon Ave. S., Seattle, 206-420-7131,