• The long wait is over. DeLille Cellars’ new tasting room in Woodinville’s old Redhook Brewery building is now open.

DeLille Cellars Celebrates Opening of New Tasting Room
In Woodinville’s former Redhook Brewery Building

Sparkman Cellars moving closer to opening new tasting room in same complex in 2020

Artist’s rendering of DeLille Cellars new tasting room at Hollywood Station captures the ambiance of the three-story structure as seen by guests from the ground-floor entrance.

After many months of planning and construction, DeLille Cellars is celebrating the completion of its new tasting room and retail tower in the old Redhook Brewery building in Woodinville, WA.  Renamed Hollywood Station, the complex features private tasting rooms, a room dedicated to library wines, a third-story roof-top deck with views of Mt. Rainier and a mezzanine overlooking the wine-making facility and barrel room.

“This marks the first time since 1998 that we’ve had our winery and retail operations under one roof,” said CEO Tom Dugan, adding: “With the adjacent access to winemaking and a unique tasting room tower, we welcome wine club members and guests to share connections and experience our passion for Washington wine.”

“With our new home at Hollywood Station, we now have a space ideally suited to present our history and approach to winemaking,” said Jason Gorski, DeLille’s director of winemaking.  “It has been incredibly rewarding to repurpose the iconic Redhook Brewery building and I hope it will continue to be a hub for the local community and a beacon for wine lovers.”

All three levels of the new building offer predominantly seated tasting experiences for a variety of guests and group sizes, with the main level open to the public and the upper floors available to wine club members and their guests, in addition to space for corporate dinners and events after hours.

The new tasting room, which is open from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. seven days a week, is located at 14300 N.E. 145th St., Woodinville, WA. 98072. Phone: (425) 489-0544. An online reservation system to reserve a classic wine tasting, group private tasting, food and wine pairing, library experience or wine club tastings can be accessed by visiting: www.delillecellars.com. A classic tasting consists of five wines in a seated experience for $25.

As for DeLille Cellars’ original Woodinville Carriage House tasting room, it will remain open through the Christmas/New Year’s holidays, but plans are to close it sometime in January, 2020.

In early 2020, Sparkman Cellars will be joining DeLille Cellars at the newly repurposed Hollywood Station. Sparkman’s winemaking operations, tasting room and event spaces will be located in the former brewery’s bottling hall. The new facility will include an intimate tasting room featuring multiple wine flights, a wine club room adjacent to the barrel room, a wrap-around outdoor patio with fire pits, a grand event hall with a vaulted ceiling, multiple private event spaces and an expanded production facility.

For more information about Sparkman Cellars and its new Hollywood Station tasting room, visit: www.sparkmancellars.com.  Or call (425) 398-1045. But you don’t have to wait until next year to taste Sparkman Cellars’ wine.  The winery’s current tasting room at 14473 Woodinville-Redmon Rd. N.E. in Woodinville is open daily from noon to 6 p.m., on Saturday from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. and on Sunday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

The third element on the new Hollywood Station campus is Teatro ZinZanni, which this year is celebrating 20 years of presenting cirque, comedy and cabaret performances in the Pacific Northwest.  Its relocation from downtown Seattle to Woodinville represents an exciting and busy chapter in the company’s history. The show currently running on Teatro ZinZanni’s Hollywood Station stage is called “A Night Like This,” a performance filled with classic elegance, show stopping entertainment and mouthwatering bites that will leave you speechless by the end of the evening.  Tickets for the show, which will run through Feb. 16, 2020, can be purchased on-line at: www.zinzanni.com or by calling (206) 802-0015.


DeLille Cellars is the third oldest operating winery in Woodinville, WA, founded in 1992. Known for pioneering Bordeaux-style blends from Washington State, the winery has maintained a tradition of quality and excellence with over 590 individual 90+ ratings from leading publications. DeLille Cellars focuses on the Red Mountain AVA and sources grapes from Washington’s most acclaimed vineyards.


Founded in 2004 by Kelly and Chris Sparkman, Sparkman Cellars has been included in Wine Spectator’s Top 100, Wine Enthusiast’s Top 100 and Wine & Spirits’ Top 100 Winery in the World. Its 2013 Holler Cabernet Sauvignon was ranked #21 on Wine Spectator’s Top 100. Acclaimed winemaker and wine educator Linn Scott joined Sparkman Cellars for the 2010 harvest and was named head winemaker in 2012. The wines are made from some of the most sought-after vineyards in Washington, including such icons as Boushey, Ciel du Cheval, Kiona, Klipsun, Olsen, Red Willow and Sagemoor. To date, the winery has produced over 100 wines that have scored 90 points or better from major industry media.


Teatro ZinZanni engages, transforms, educates, and delights audiences with a unique celebration of cirque, comedy, and cabaret in its beloved Belgium spiegeltent. Since its founding in 1998, Teatro ZinZanni has produced more than 60 shows in the Seattle area featuring dozens of artists from around the globe. In 2000, it began operating a second tent in San Francisco with plans for a new home on the Embarcadero slated to return in 2021. The company opened a third location in the heart of Chicago’s Theatre District in July 2019. Teatro ZinZanni’s performances have been hailed by USA Today, The New York Times, Chicago Tribune, The Los Angeles Times, and every Seattle media outlet.