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Brian Carter Cellars Opens New Woodinville Tasting Room and Bistro


Winemaker Joins Expanding Downtown Woodinville’s Woodin Creek Village 

March 1st – Woodinville, WA – Brian Carter Cellars announces the opening of a new Tasting Room and Bistro located in Woodin Creek Village in downtown Woodinville on Wednesday, March 2. After operating for many years near the Hollywood area in Woodinville, Brian Carter Cellars joins nearly 20 other wineries and restaurants that have opened recently, or will soon, in the Woodin Creek area.  

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“We are excited to be a part of Woodin Creek, an evolving urban village located in the heart of Woodinville. I’ve always believed that enjoying food with wine is a much more fulfilling wine tasting experience. Opening a new tasting room in Woodinville with a full kitchen is the culmination of a dream, which we began when we opened our space on the Vancouver, WA waterfront in 2020. Our open kitchen will allow guests to watch Chef Nicholas Ames in action and enjoy dishes carefully paired with the full selection of Brian Carter Cellars wines. We also look forward to offering expanded wine education, culinary and live music experiences in our new location. The new space will also be available to rent for private events,” said Brian Carter.  

About Brian Carter 

2022 will mark Brian Carter’s 43rd vintage in Washington. He has been involved in the winemaking  at dozens of Washington wineries over his long tenure in the state and is known as the first  Washington winemaker to focus solely on making blends from grapes grown in Washington. Since coming to Washington State in 1980, Brian has been at the forefront of the Washington wine industry. By encouraging growers to plant different varietals, he has influenced both the  quantity and quality of Washington State varietals, resulting in tremendous improvements in the industry. Brian Carter has been involved in research and education in the State and is dedicated to giving back to the Washington wine industry. He was recently awarded the 2020 Grand Vin 

Award by Washington Wine Growers Association, in 2007 was named Honored Vintner at the Washington State Auction of Washington Wines, in 2004 received the Industry Service Award from the Washington Wine Grape Growers, and in 1996 was awarded the Alec Bayless Prize by the Washington Wine Commission. 

About our Wines  

Brian Carter Cellars has created a unique collection of wines combining the very best Washington State fruit with the classic elegance and tradition of European-style blended wines. Balanced and well-rounded, each wine speaks anew to the art of blending and showcases Brian’s personal passion for making exemplary Old World-style blends from Washington State’s unique terroir. 

Brian Carter Cellars wines consistently receive high scores from leading wine critics and nationally recognized wine competitions. 

For more information, visit www.briancartercellars.com 

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