Savor Seattle, the Northwest’s go-to food tour company, is changing the way people experience food and drinks with the launch of its new app. Rolling out three different “tasting passports” now through the end of the year, the first passport will highlight Washington’s venerable wine industry, allowing users to create custom itineraries of wineries and tasting rooms throughout the Seattle area. The Savor Seattle app is available for download now through Apple’s App Store and Google Play.

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For anyone looking to go wine tasting throughout Seattle or Woodinville, the Savor Seattle app is a must download. For $59.99, users receive $50 in Lyft credits valid for both new and existing Lyft customers, and wine tastings at 10 different locations of their choice along with special offers from winery partners, making the app a comprehensive companion to try the region’s cabernet sauvignons, chardonnays and more for an incredible price!

Using the app is simple. Download the Savor Seattle app through the app store and purchase the Seattle Wine Passport. The user’s Lyft account will be credited with $50, and the Savor Seattle app will upload wine tastings at 10 different locations (of the user’s choosing). All 10 locations do not need to be selected at once – the user can choose all 10 or select as they go, adding and deleting locations at will. **Lyft credits are available in five $10 ride credits and enable guests to travel to and from Woodinville, and between tasting rooms. Credits are valid for up to a year following date of purchase of the Seattle Wine Passport.

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Once a location is selected through the app and the guest is at the winery, he or she will select it through the app to redeem the tasting, enter the code ‘WINE’ and show his or her phone to the tasting room attendant to receive a wine tasting flight. The app also automatically filters and suggests nearby wineries based on location, so users can curate their own experience with the simple push of a button. Future updates will allow users to filter tasting rooms by features such as dog-friendly, patios, and more.

“With more than 12 years of experience in the food touring business and plenty of research on how people – and especially millennials – now prefer to travel and experience cities, we knew we had to meet our audience where they were – right at their fingertips,” said Savor Seattle CEO and Founder Angela Shen. “With the Savor Seattle app, locals and tourists can go at their own pace, visiting as many tasting rooms as they wish without constraint. A wine hopping weekend in Woodinville and around Seattle can be hard to coordinate, and with Lyft as your hip designated driver we hope to introduce more people to the Puget Sound’s amazing wine scene!”

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Savor Seattle’s exclusive winery partners include:

Alexandria Nicole
Basel Cellars
Charles Smith
Chateau Ste. Michelle
Cloudlift Cellars
Columbia Winery
Cougar Crest Winery
DeLille Carriage House
Full Pull
J Bookwalter
Market Vineyards
Martedi Winery
Novelty Hill Januik
Obelisco Winery
Patterson Cellars
Sous Sol
Sparkman Cellars
Structure Cellars
Tertulia Cellars
Tsillan Cellars
Warr-King Wines
White Heron
Wilridge Winery/Sky River
Woodhouse Wine Estates

The Seattle Wine Passport within the Savor Seattle app is valid one year from date of purchase, so locals and visitors can save their wine tastings for future excursions.

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