We're always happy when others toot our horn:
March 2011 - PaulGregutt.com: Full Pull Grabs a Terrific Trio from Seven Hills
PaulG writes about our library offerings with Seven Hills Winery.
January 2011 - University of Washington Foster School of Business: Foster MBAs Blend Business with Washington Wines (Video)
Three UW MBA grads (including Paul) are interviewed about transitioning into the wine trade.
December 2010 - Wine Words: Full Pull Wines (Video)
Allie Merrick interviews Paul in the warehouse.
November 2010 - Washington Wine Report: Full Pull Wines - The Life of a Small Business One Year In
Sean Sullivan gets an update from Paul just after Full Pull's first anniversary.
March 2010 - Another Passion: From Math to Wine
Professional photgrapher/writer and dashing Dane Rasmus Rasmussen writes about Paul's journey from math geek to wine geek.
Jan 2010 - Wine Peeps: Best of 2009 in Washington Wine Country
The Wine Peeps team honors Full Pull as Best Wine Retailer of 2009.
Oct 2009 - Washington Wine Report: Focus - Full Pull Wines
Sean Sullivan writes about Full Pull just after launch and catches Paul all dressed up in his Phillies hoodie.
Sept 2009 - Wine Peeps: Full Pull Wines: Unique New Washington State Wine Retailer
Kori Voorhees reveals the 3 Ps that set Full Pull apart.
Sept 2009 - Write for Wine: Full Pull Wines in South Seattle
Margot Savell writes a brief pre-launch blurb about FP.
Full Pull Wines
3206 Utah Ave S
Seattle, WA 98134
: paul at fullpullwines dot com
From the North: I-5 S to Airport Way S (note: to reach this exit you must exit I-5 as though you were getting onto I-90); right on Lander; left on 1st Ave S; right on Hanford; left on Utah Ave S
From the South: I-5 N to Exit 163 (Follow signs for Spokane St/Safeco Field/Qwest Field and merge onto S Spokane St); right on 6th Ave S; left on Lander; left on 1st Ave S; right on Hanford; left on Utah Ave S
Full Pull Wines is located at 3206 Utah Avenue South, just south of the large green building on the southeast corner of Utah Ave S and S Hanford St. Our entrance is a red door next to a large rollup garage door. There is free parking on both sides of 1st Avenue South. There is also free parking along Utah Ave S or alongside the green building next door to us (spaces that don’t specifically say “No Parking” are generally free city parking spaces).