Woodinville is located roughly 47°45’9″ north, 122°9’21” west in northern King County, east of the city of Bothell (47.752452, -122.155949).
The city has a total area of 5.62 square miles (14.56 km2), of which 5.60 square miles (14.50 km2) is land and 0.02 square miles (0.05 km2) is water, according to the United States Census Bureau.
The United States Postal Service classifies properties in the 98072 and 98077 zip codes as being in Woodinville, despite the fact that both zip codes extend beyond the municipal borders. The 98072 zip code encompasses unincorporated Snohomish County to the north and the city borders to the east. To the east, the 98077 zip code is totally beyond the municipal borders of Woodinville, however, the postal office continues to refer to it as Woodinville, WA. Economy
The economy of Woodinville includes a mix of light industry, retail, and tourism. Woodinville is becoming more well-known for its local wineries, which feature wines made from grapes produced in Eastern Washington. These include Chateau Ste. Michelle (famous for its renowned summer concert series), Columbia Winery, and dozens of smaller ones. In and around Woodinville, there are roughly 130 wineries. Additionally, the Woodinville Tourist District is home to several fine restaurants, including the “destination” restaurant The Herbfarm. Molbak’s Garden and Home, a nationally known garden center, is located in the downtown area.
From 1992 through 2007, the Spirit of Washington Dinner Train ran between Renton and Woodinville’s Columbia Winery. The service was relocated to Tacoma and was later discontinued. The operator had suggested expanding the supper train service north from Woodinville to Snohomish at the time of the stoppage.
Additionally, Woodinville is the home of SaltWorks, a gourmet salt manufacturer. (Source: Wikipedia)