Seattle Day Trip: Delicious Wines and the Best Tacos North of the Border Slideshow

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Stop 1: Cave B Estate Winery
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Stop 1: Cave B Estate Winery
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The views at Cave B are practically unbeatable, whether it's at sunrise, sunset, or any time in between. Try to plan your trip when there is a concert at The Gorge Amphitheatre, one of the most picturesque places to see a concert in the U.S.

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Cave B Estate Winery

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Sip Wine at Cave B Estate Winery
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Sip Wine at Cave B Estate Winery
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Cave B Estate Winery encourages visitors to tour its vineyards, including the Wine Cave where winemaker Alfredo "Freddy" Arredondo lays down his creations to age. The 2009 Cuvee du Soleil is a signature vintage.

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Cave B Estate Winery

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Dine at Cave B Estate Winery
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Dine at Cave B Estate Winery
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Tendrils, the restaurant at Cave B Estate Winery, has a menu that changes almost daily, based on what's fresh, and is paired with wines.

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Cave B Estate Winery

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Stop 2: Tacos Mi Pueblo
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Stop 2: Tacos Mi Pueblo
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Pre- or post-winery tour, Tacos Mi Pueblo, while not the fanciest joint in Quincy, Wash., should be top of your list of must-try destinations.

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Erina Malarkey

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Best Tacos North of the Border
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Best Tacos North of the Border
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The tacos al pastor at Tacos Mi Pueblo are worth the wait. Each is expertly prepared with a crispy tortilla, crunchy slaw, and pico de gallo.

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Erina Malarkey

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Stop 3: The Tav
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Stop 3: The Tav
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Chat up the locals and enjoy a pint at The Tav before returning to Seattle.

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Erina Malarkey