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Walla Walla’s L’Ecole N° 41 Winery Announces Woodinville Location  

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L’Ecole’s Woodinville Location Will Open Summer 2022 in Wine Walk Row at New ‘The Schoolhouse District’  

WALLA WALLA, Wash. (January 24, 2022) – L’Ecole N° 41, one of Walla Walla’s early founding  family wineries, announced today their plan to open a new Woodinville Location in Wine Walk Row  at MainStreet Property Group’s ‘The Schoolhouse District.’  

Nearly forty years after their founding, the new location will be the winery’s first Western  Washington location. The design of the new space will take inspiration from L’Ecole’s Historic  Frenchtown Schoolhouse tasting room located in the Walla Walla Valley. Closer to the vital Puget  Sound market, it will afford the winery the opportunity to welcome visitors to gather and enjoy their  many internationally recognized bottlings, including winery-exclusive releases.  

“We’ve long-considered expanding our flagship Walla Walla Valley location into the Seattle area, and  particularly the Woodinville area. The new Schoolhouse District incorporates modern architecture  built around a renovated historic schoolhouse building – soon to be occupied by a second location of  Walla Walla Steak Co. The whole prospect felt serendipitous,” said Marty Clubb, L’Ecole’s Owner &  Managing Winemaker. “We are looking forward to providing a L’Ecole experience in a totally new  space, yet with a familiar feel. To design the space, we are working with Boxwood Architects and my  daughter, Rebecca Clubb-Olson, as our design consultant.” He continued, “with the quality team  behind The Schoolhouse District, including Angela Oliveri of First Western Properties, MainStreet  Property Group, and R|Miller construction – we are confident that we will deliver on the promise of  a truly unique visitor experience.” 

Anticipated to open in June 2022, L’Ecole will kick off its opening with a month of new vintage  releases and select library offerings pulled from their Schoolhouse cellar in the Walla Walla  Valley. L’Ecole’s Vins de L’Ecole Wine Club members will also be invited to join a special grand  opening event. Details may be found on L’Ecole’s website.  

About L’Ecole No 41 

Housed in the historic Frenchtown schoolhouse depicted on its label, L’Ecole has earned  international acclaim for producing expressive, distinctive wines that reflect the unmistakable  typicity of Washington State and the unique terroir of their Walla Walla Valley vineyards. L’Ecole N° 41 has been recognized as Winery of the Year by Wine and Spirits Magazine fifteen times. In addition  to Clubb, his wife Megan Clubb and their children Riley Clubb and Rebecca Clubb-Olson are Co Owners, and serve on L’Ecole’s board of directors. 

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