Washington Wineries Reopen for Visitors

Washington Wineries are open

Washington Wineries are open for business – Create a Wine Route

COVID SAFETY TIPS WHILE VISITING WASHINGTON WINERIES

THIS POST IS UPDATED REGULARLY

UPDATED FEBRUARY 4, 2021

On January 28, 2021 Governor Jay Inslee announced that two regions in the state are moving to Phase 2 as part of his Healthy Washington reopening plan.  Wine Routes put together a handy guide outlining which wineries are open in Washington and permitted to resume outdoor wine tastings. Our top picks are listed below and organized by region. Please see further details below on which wineries are open or closed.

Phase 2

  • Indoor service: 25% capacity, 11pm close. Maximum 6 per table, limit 2 households per table.
  • Food menu requirements for indoor seating lifted for wineries that allow minors on-premise (bars now defined as 21+ establishments with no food).
  • Outdoor and open air service: maximum 6 per table, limit 2 households per table.

Be sure to call and make reservations for the wineries you plan to visit in advance. Additionally be sure to bring your mask and proper attire required for outdoor weather fluctuations.

STATUS ON WHICH WINERIES ARE OPEN / CLOSED

Most wineries are operating again with slight modifications. Call in advance for reservations.

OUR TOP PICKS

WINERIES IN THE GREATER SEATTLE & PUGET SOUND REGION

WINERIES IN THE WOODINVILLE REGION

WINERIES IN YAKIMA VALLEY/PROSSER

TRI-CITIES & RED MOUNTAIN WINERIES

Wineries in Washington are excited to welcome you back and doing everything they possible to ensure the safety of their staff and guests. 

By following the guidelines put in place by the CDC and state of Washington we are confident that you will feel safe and comfortable visiting the many world class wineries and vineyards in the region. 

By following these top 10 tips for what to expect when visiting a winery during Covid-19, you should have an enjoyable experience. If you have any concerns or special requests regarding the safety procedures put in place by the wineries, please be sure to reach out to the individual property to discuss exactly what they are doing to help ensure everyone’s safety during these unprecedented times.

If you’d like to be added to this list, please let us know!

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