If you have ever sipped a crisp white wine or grilled with a merlot in hand, chances are those beverages were produced right here in the Pacific Northwest. Sprawling Woodinville acreage, originally owned by Seattle lumber baron Frederick Stimson, was the birthplace of what is now world-renowned Chateau Ste. Michelle. For over 50 years, the dedicated and talented staff — surrounded by the aroma of oak barrels and fermenting wine — have called this place “the office,” and have gone about their workdays serving visitors who enjoy the fruits of their labor. Employee tasks include serving wine in the newly renovated tasting room, accomodating guests at the summer concert series, and delicately producing the many varieties the winery has to offer. Next time you leave your office, take a quick drive in the Eastside to theirs.
The Chateau has been welcoming guests for 50 years.
Newly renovated tasting room.
There is a rich history of producing white wines in aged oak barrels.
The smell of wine and oak permeates throughout the building, which houses thousands of barrels.
State-of-the-art learning facility for guests and staff.
Expert staff serve many varieties of the Chateau Ste. Michelle collection.