Vessel Wines leaves Shoreline, opens new facility in Woodinville

Sunday, March 24, 2013


Woodinville, WA — Due to continued rapid growth, Vessel Wines is expanding to a new location and will be open in Woodinville on April 4th.

Vessel Wines invites the community to join us as we celebrate opening our doors in Woodinville on Thursday April 4th. Our doors will open to the public from 5pm to 8pm. 19405 144th Ave NE, Woodinville, 206-629-5024.

Originally based in Shoreline, with a new facility in Woodinville, Vessel Wines provides high-quality Washington wine on tap. Keg wine is an excellent value without the senseless waste of empty bottles and spoiled, oxidized product. This new facility measures over 11,000 square feet, featuring office space, an exquisite tasting room and a large production floor.

Vessel Wines only carries handcrafted wines from the best artisan producers in Washington State. Their proven tap system provides unmatched freshness from the first glass to the last while and promoting environmental sustainability.

Vessel Wines new Woodinville facility

Keg wine eliminates the waste associated with the bottling process. No bottles, corks, foils, labels or boxes are used at Vessel Wines and the kegs are reusable for twenty years. Each standard sized keg holds the equivalent of 26 bottles of wine. Additionally, wines sold by the glass account for up to 80% of wine sold in restaurants, which equates to approximately 600 million bottles per year!

Due to wastes being eliminated with kegged wine, restaurants can capitalize on even higher profit margins. They can offer more respectable, higher-end wines by the glass, while providing every consumer with the personality and flavor intended by the winemaker.


3 comments:

Anonymous,  March 25, 2013 at 7:12 AM  

I don't think you would call this a win for the City of Shoreline staff and council since this business moved to Woodinville...

Anonymous,  March 25, 2013 at 8:46 AM  

Not surprising they would move to an area that is known as a sort of wine country. Not like Shoreline is known for it's wine tourism.

Anonymous,  March 29, 2013 at 7:47 AM  

Vessel doesn't even have a product to sell or a customer. Maybe they will in April.

This company sounds like their trying to copy Proletariat Wines and get some free unexplained press from Shoreline Area News while they dream of getting started.

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