Lobo Hills

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Wine & Food Pairings

Wine & Pizza Pairing

Did you know that October is National Pizza Month! Celebrating in true Lobo Hills style, we're teaming up with DogFather Pizza who offers wood-fired pizza with fresh ingredients, made on-site (veggie and gluten free options available). All paired to 5 of our wines. Event fee $18/person ($16/club members).

Can't get a reservation, ring us at 425-485-1097.


Reserve your spot here.

Halloween & Pét Nat

Oct 29, 3pm-7pm

$20/person ($12/club member)

Pét Nat in October? Why not! We had a great time in August and if you missed our Pét Nat Party then, now is your time. With just 8 cases remaining, we're pairing our 2020 Riesling Pétillant Naturel (Pét Nat). with food from The Box on Wheels, Asian fusion cuisine curated by a creative team led by executive chef/owner Reis Llaneza. Event fee includes 3 hearty bites and a full glass of Pét Nat.

So, what is Pétillant Naturel? It’s method is ancestral sparkling wine where we put still fermenting Riesling in the bottle and allow it to continue its journey, in the bottle. It’s a sparkling white wine with the yeast and nutrients – all healthy to drink – still in the bottle (it’s like sipping bubbly straight out of the tank!).

Reservations Required


Group Tastings

Lobo Hills Wine Tastings

Our tasting room experience offers you any 5 wines, your choice, from our entire menu of whites and reds. We gladly accept walk-ins of groups up to 5 people. For groups of 6-8 people, give us a call so we can find a time when we can comfortably seat you (we cannot accept groups larger than 8 people during regular tasting room hours). If you're looking for outdoor seating, we have a patio area that accommodates one group with 1-4 people only.

~ Curated appetizer menu with artisanal cheeses and meats available.

~ Walk-ins welcome. Reservations recommended.

~ Plenty of easy parking!

Make your reservation now.

Still have questions, give us a call at 425-485-1097.

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To decant or not decant?

You may have noticed that wine tastes different (often better) towards the end of the meal than at the beginning. This is because the wine has had a chance to “breathe,” meaning the reaction between the air and the wine changes the flavor. Every wine is different however, and not all wines benefit from this practice. Look for the decanter recommendation for each of our wines as you browse the site!

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