Locally owned and operated, Wine World and Spirits is located just north of downtown Seattle. Centrally located, just West of the I-5 interstate at NE 45th and I-5 in Wallingford. Wine World and Spirits is proud to offer the largest, and best selection of wine and spirits in Seattle. We have an expert staff of passionate Wine, Beer, and Spirits enthusiasts ready to answer your questions and find what you are looking for.

Looking for something exotic to drink? If it’s possible to get in the state of Washington, we can get it for you. Just ask for our Special Orders team and we’ll hunt down just the right drink for you.

WINE WORLD is continuing to grow and expand our range of wines, beer, spirits, cheeses, chocolates, and gifts. Come by and support the locally owned superstore, the only one of its kind in the Northwest, and raise a toast to the vision and determination of hard working professionals who also love wine and have brought you not only an incredible selection, but also a sensory experience you won’t soon forget.

You can email us at specialorders@wineworldspirits.com or call us at (206) 402-6086.

Syncline Wines

The Expert’s Guide to Syncline Wines

In case you missed it… The Syncline Winery shared their outstanding wines here at Wine World at a tasting last Friday.  Poppie Mantone presented the wines that are crafted at their family winery by James Mantone, her husband.  They met in 1997 while harvesting wine in the Willamette Valley of Oregon and shortly fell in …

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Canella Smoked Pisco Negroni

Drink of the Week – Canella Smoked Pisco Negroni

Friends and family I bring to you this week a fabulous drink and demonstration from across the country in our nation’s capital.  Restaurant Del Campo; Victor Albisu’s  vineyard estate styled “Estancia” restaurant in the Chinatown neighborhood of our nation’s capital. This drink came to me by way of a well-traveled patron who knows of my …

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Pechuga Mezcal Seattle

Mezcal: Beyond the … chicken? Vegetarians beware…

It seems like my last article about Mezcal has garnered some attention online (Read it here if you haven’t seen it yet), so I thought I’d finish it out by telling you all about a little thing called Pechuga. Pechuga is the Spanish word for “breast” and refers primarily to breast meat, typically from poultry. …

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Ramos Gin Fizz Wine World Seattle

Drink of the week – Ramos Gin Fizz

Henry C. Ramos invented the Ramos gin fizz in 1888 at his bar, the Imperial Cabinet Saloon on Gravier Street, New Orleans, Louisiana. It was originally called the New Orleans Fizz, and is one of the city’s most famous cocktails. Before Prohibition, the bar was known to have over 20 bartenders working at once, making …

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