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Mark Ryan Winery Announces New Woodinville Tasting Room

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The celebrated Washington State winery now offers two tasting room locations in the city, featuring enhanced experiences and event space

WOODINVILLE, WA (October 19, 2023) – Mark Ryan Winery, a renowned Washington producer that makes a limited production of sought-after wines today announced an exciting expansion in the heart of Woodinville’s wine country with a second tasting room opening on October 28, 2023, in the new building at the old Redhook Brewing headquarters (14200 NE 145th St., Suite D).

“Within the last few years, Mark Ryan Winery has grown to the 14th largest in Washington State with new wine drinkers discovering us every day. Opening this tasting room gives us more space to offer our patrons and wine club members an unforgettable wine tasting experience, as well as support the Woodinville community as we spread the word about the world-class wine from Washington State,” said founder and owner Mark McNeilly. “This growth represents our dedication to both quality and community. We like to say we are serious about winemaking, but we don’t take ourselves too seriously and we hope that mantra is carried through to the experience for our guests who come to visit.”

The new tasting room will proudly showcase a full lineup of wines from Mark Ryan Winery, Pinot Noir from Megan Anne Cellars and Flowerhead Rosé from Lu & Oly. The new location has more than double the capacity of the original tasting room, including two outdoor seating areas and three tasting bars. The larger space will provide for a variety of elevated experiences. Key highlights include the following:

  • Hours of operation: 11:30 a.m.–6:00 p.m. daily
  • Reservations: A seamless reservation system will ensure that guests’ visits are stress-free. Walk-ins are always welcome.
  • Indoor and outdoor seating areas: Patrons can enjoy tastings in comfortable indoor spaces or surrounded by the picturesque Washington scenery outdoors. The second-story deck will provide ample heated and covered seating, including chairs, couches and tables for groups of up to six people. The interior includes three tasting bars, couches and chairs for comfortable seating, and larger tables with space for groups of up to 12 guests. Roll-up doors on the first floor open onto the patio, which will provide additional seasonal seating.
  • Library offerings: The additional space allows select library vintages to be made available for purchase by the bottle.
  • Tasting flights: The tasting room will open with two curated tasting flights for guests to explore.
    • The Classic Tasting ($35, refundable with a $65 bottle purchase) – highlighting five current Mark Ryan releases.
    • The Reserve Tasting ($45, refundable with a $75 bottle purchase) – highlighting 4 premium red wines plus a rotating section from the library.
  • Glass pours: Visitors may also savor wines by the glass, for enjoying at the tasting room.
  • Food: Light bites that complement the wine selections, including charcuterie and cheese, crackers, mixed nuts and chocolate will be available for purchase.

The original Woodinville tasting room, located at 14475 Woodinville-Redmond Rd. NE, will close from October 28th – November 3rd while the space transitions to exclusively offer the Board Track Racer Collective, an enticing trio of brands: Board Track RacerNumbSkull and the Underground Wine Project. The tasting room will reopen on November 3rd with regular hours of operation,11:30 a.m.–5:30 p.m. daily. This location can host private events for groups of up to 100 guests, daily from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m.

For updated information on Mark Ryan’s new tasting room, including opening date, visit www.markryanwinery.com/news.

About Mark Ryan Winery

Mark Ryan McNeilly is a largely self-taught winemaker, having crushed and produced his first vintages in garages of friends and family. In the years since its founding in 1999 in Woodinville, Washington, his acclaimed Mark Ryan Winery has grown in size, earning respect and acclaim from both wine lovers and critics. In 2012, Mark Ryan opened a second tasting room in Walla Walla, moving wine production there a few years later in 2017. With tasting rooms in both cities and increased production space, Mark Ryan has become the 14th largest winery in Washington. McNeilly introduced his Board Track Racer line in 2008 and established Megan Anne Cellars, which showcases Oregon pinot noir, in 2016. The Mark Ryan wine family continues to expand and now includes the Lu & Oly, Flowerhead, Board Track Racer, NumbSkull, Underground Wine Project and Mark Ryan Winery brands. Mark Ryan produces limited quantities of highly sought-after wines with Old World structure and New World fruit, which stand as true representations of the vineyards from which they come. For more information, visit www.markryanwinery.com.

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