Many Washington wineries have moved from their original site as they've grown, or had a seperate tasting room. Here are those that I've been able to keep track of...
Old Paul Thomas Winery building, Redmond
Is now a used car lot.
Since then, they've moved to and vacated a warehouse space in Woodinville.
Old Silver Lake Winery, Tasting room, Country Village, Bothell
Is currently vacant (late summer 1996).
Defunct Covey Run Vintners, tasting room in downtown Kirkland.
Now The Yuppie Pawn Shop.
Original location of Cascade Crest Estates Winery, old Foremost dairy building, downtown Sunnyside.
The building is now the home of
Washington Hills Winery (Apex, W. B. Bridgman).
For a time, Cascade Crest Estates Winery had a tasting room, near U Village in Seattle.
It's now a nail salon.
Defunct Staton Hills Winery, Tasting room, Post Alley, Pike Place market, Seattle.
Is now a tea shop.
Original location of Facelli Winery, light industrial office park, Totem Lake.
Now in use by a high-tech firm.
Original location of Thurston Wolfe Winery, Historic train station, downtown Yakima.
Is now a knick-knack shop.
Original location of Daquila winery building, Pike Place Hillclimb, Seattle, WA.
Is just vacated; was the Pike Street brewery.
DeLille Cellars, Winery was originally established in a warehouse in Woodinville.
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