Tinte Cellars is opening a new tasting room in Seattle this fall

Aug 10 2020, 10:07 pm

Starting this fall, forget about driving out to Woodinville to enjoy a wine tasting and sip on some Tinte Cellars wines from their brand new Georgetown location.

Previously home to a general store, a folk art shop, and butchery and smokehouse, the new¬†5951 Airport Way South location is currently being converted into Tinte’s newest tasting room and event venue.

Teresa Spellman Gamble and Tim Gamble, owners of Tinte Cellars, are planning on retaining the building’s original storefront character — an industrial exposed structure with large pane windows, shiplap siding, and hardware details.

“By retaining the integrity of the landmark structure, we’re striving to maintain an authentic experience that reveres the storied past including traditional Washington winemaking, and melds it with our desire for collaboration with the local community and the creativity that is such a force in this historical Georgetown location,” said Tim Gamble.

With the winery’s production facility remaining in Woodinville, Tinte will continue to welcome guests at its two tasting rooms in Woodinville wine country as well as its new Seattle location.

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