The ground are really nice, the woman leading the tour seemed to be knowledgeable and although the wine we tasted (which was Free by the way) wasn't high end or top of the line, I was surprised. I have been to wineries before (domestic and in Italy) and I can say that I actually learned a few things from this experience and as a tour, it was one of the better ones I have been on.
Our intention after leaving the winery was to head to Crystal Mountain Resort to spend the day on top of Mount Rainier, but on the way there, we decided to make a stop at Snoqualmie Waterfall. It was breathtaking but just a quick stop since it started to rain again.
As beautiful as Snoqualmie Waterfall was, the scenery on the way to Crystal Mountain Resort was equally as spectacular.
We didn't make it back to Seattle without making one last stop at Boehm's Candies & Chocolates. They have been handcrafting confections for 70 years and it tasted like it. The White Chocolate was good as were the Butterscotch Nut Sheets.
Washington is a decent size state and although I think of just Seattle (as many other probably do), there is a lot to see and do outside of the city!
Chateau Ste. Michelle Winery
14111 NE 145th St Woodinville, WA 98072
6501 Railroad Ave Snoqualmie, WA 98024
Boehm's Candies & Chocolates
|255 NE Gilman Blvd Issaquah, WA 98027|