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Originally published Wednesday, October 1, 2008 at 12:00 AM

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Wine event | St. Nicholas Day Open House

Dec. 6 and 7: Tickets go on sale Oct. 15 (price to be determined); only 3,000 ticket holders will be admitted. Information: www.woodinvillewinecountry www.woodinvillewinecountry.com/ Wineries normally not...

St. Nicholas Day Open House

Dec. 6 and 7: Tickets go on sale Oct. 15 (price to be determined); only 3,000 ticket holders will be admitted. Information: www.woodinvillewinecountry.com/

Wineries normally not open to the public will pour new releases as well as special selections. Among the wineries that have signed up early to participate are: Adams Bench, Arlington Road Cellars, Austin Robaire vintners, Baer Winery, Brian Carter Cellars, Chateau Ste. Michelle, Columbia Winery, Covington Cellars, Cuillin Hills, DeLille Cellars, Des Voignes Cellars, Di Stefano Winery, Edmonds Winery, Efeste' Wine Cellars, Facelli Winery, Hollywood Hill Vineyards, Januik Winery, Mark Ryan Winery, Matthews Cellars, Northwest Totem Cellars, Novelty Hill, Page Cellars, Pomum Cellars, Red Sky Winery, Ross Andrew Winery, Sparkman Cellars, Silver Lake, Stevens Winery, William Church Winery, Woodinville Wine Cellars and Woodhouse Family Cellars.

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