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Full Pull® Wines, founded in 2009, offers the best boutique wines of the world to members of our mailing list, with special focus on our home, the Pacific Northwest. We were named Independent Retailer of the Year at the Washington Wine Commission's 2014 Washington State Wine Awards, and Retailer of the Year at the 2015 Awards.

There’s a better way to buy wine—and we’re here to help. At Full Pull Wines, our model is simple:

1.    We email you about wines we love.
2.    You request the bottles that sound appealing.
3.    Your wine arrives at our warehouse and is ready for pickup or shipping.

It’s that easy. There’s no monthly fee. There’s no minimum purchase. All you need to do is read about different wines and order the ones that interest you.

Paul Zitarelli, DipWSET, Owner and Editor-in-Chief, is a Harvard-trained applied-mathematician who gave all that up (well, mostly; it still comes in handy for counting bottles) for a wine-soaked flight of fancy. In 2009, he graduated from the Foster School of Business at the University of Washington and converted the readership of his burgeoning wine blog into the initial list members for Full Pull® Wines. Zitarelli is now the lead wine writer for Seattle Magazine, and he is well along the path towards becoming a Master of Wine, having achieved the WSET Level 4 Diploma in 2015. When he's not tasting wine for business, he's usually tasting wines for pleasure (sometimes beer too), obsessing over the Seattle Sounders FC, and/or throwing something delicious into a sizzling pan.

Pat Malloy, Director of Operations, has been in the Seattle wine trade for twelve years and counting, after first surviving a stint in the local food industry. His expertise in driving business sales and development, building long-term relationships with happy customers, and cultivating an international presence in wine e-commerce, have brought enormous benefits to every organization he has touched. He looks forward to being a part of another growing business, building even more connections, and continuing to provide wine-lovers with the best boutique wines out there. Favorite pairing for Pat? A glass of wine and sleeping children. Pat and his wife Kelly live in West Seattle and have three kids.

Dennis Felipe, Warehouse Manager, is the creative mastermind behind organizing the vast quantities of wine moving into and out of the Full Pull warehouse. Dennis has many years of experience in the Seattle wine trade and immediately set about making our warehouse more efficient, as well as adding his unerring work ethic and friendly demeanor to our team. He is the master of the lumpia party and a secret lover of sticky wines.

Dylan Joffe, Senior Hospitality Manager/Staff Writer, has always had a love for great words and great wines—and feels immensely grateful to have found a job that allows her to explore both. When she's not writing about wine at Full Pull, she can be found writing about wine (and food) on her own blog, I'd Rather Be Meryl, and various publications including Seattle Magazine, Eater, and Thrillist. An east-coaster born and raised, Dylan came to the Pacific Northwest in the fall of 2014 and now calls Columbia City home with her sweetheart and their animal children.

Jessica Kiely, Tasting Room/Special Projects Manager, is a Bay Area transplant who can’t seem to resist the pull of the wine industry. She started working in wine in 2011, and upon moving to Seattle in 2013, promptly started working with Sparkman Cellars in Woodinville. She continued there until summer 2018, and in that time also graduated from college, performed with half a dozen theater companies, got married, had a kid, and spent three years working as a Deafblind Intervener. She lives just north of the city with the aforementioned spouse and child, the world’s most cat-like dog, and lots of trees out back.

Kelly Anderson is a Portland native who lucked into the wine world via her cousin's winery, AniChe Cellars, located in the Columbia Gorge . After a few crush seasons, and a spell teaching English in South America, Kelly moved up to Seattle in the fall of 2018, where she now studies at the UW Evans School of Public Policy. Kelly hopes to do some good in the nonprofit sector when she graduates. When not in the tasting room, you can find Kelly studying at the library. However, she’d rather be doing just about anything outdoors, especially gardening or painting, preferably with wine in hand.


Follow current and former Full Pullers along the WSET/Master of Wine path.