In 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. Sunset magazine called it "The West's Best Tasting Room" and it was voted Seattle's Best Tasting Room by Seattle Magazine readers.
In 1998 Wilridge founded the first multi-winery tasting room in Washington State at 1924 Post Alley in Seattle’s historic Pike Place Market. Inspired by the great wine tasting rooms of European wine regions, The Tasting Room Seattle features eight different Washington wineries in addition to Wilridge. The entire Wilridge lineup of over twenty wines are available seven days a week by the taste, glass or bottle. Beer, cider and coffee are also served, so everyone can be happy.
The Tasting Room Seattle is a true European-style wine cave located in the former basement stables of a mortuary in Pike Place Market. It’s a great place to bring out of town guests and turn them on to Washington State wines. When your friends get tired of throwing fish, you can take a break with a glass of wine at The Tasting Room Seattle. Note to locals: The Tasting Room Seattle has the lowest priced glasses of wine in Seattle!
Open Daily. Noon to eight Sunday through Thursday. Open noon to late on Fridays and Saturdays. 206-770-9463. 1924 Post Alley between Stewart and Virginia Streets in Pike Place Market (next to Kells and across from the Pink Door).