Posts tagged with: Washington wine

Taste Washington 20 Year Anniversary!

It’s Taste Washington’s biggest year yet. Celebrate the festival’s 20th Anniversary in Seattle – March 23-26, 2017. Bringing together nearly 300 wineries, over 70 restaurants and top national chefs, Taste Washington is a wine- and food-lover’s dream. And this year’s expanded lineup goes beyond the much-anticipated Grand Tasting, offering four days packed with diverse wine and food events. Kick it all off with super-exclusive wine pours at the VIP Red & White Party. Explore the Pacific Northwest’s

Rising Stars 2017 @ Walter Clore Center

Drink Washington State and Eternal Wines will be pouring at this event! Rising Stars Buy Tickets Saturday, May 20,  1:00PM –  4:00PM The Clore Center, in partnership with Washington Tasting Room Magazine, is thrilled to bring you the 2nd Annual Rising Stars tasting event. This is your opportunity to discover some of Washington’s newest up-and-coming winemakers. Sip and savor the newest labels and discover your favorites. You’ll even be able to purchase your favorite bottles! Ticket

Debuts & Discoveries in Seattle Sat. March 18th

Debuts & Discoveries Sat. March 18th March 18 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm Event Navigation « Shamrock Shuffle Wine & Beer Walk – Mar. 11 Debuts & Discoveries Sat. March 18th, 2017 ~ 5 pm – 9:00 pm Hangar 30 at Magnuson Park Seattle, WA Join us for this 10th Annual event where enthusiasts get to discover the Newest Wineries, Newest Distilleries, Newest Cideries, & Newest Breweries! The popular “Debuts and Discoveries” is being held

Drink Washington State First Releases by Winemaker Brad Binko

There’s a new winemaker in Walla Walla, Washington, by the name of Brad Binko. Write that name down. Now go look for his wines. “Life is about stories so let’s go make one!” Brad Binko Brad is a big guy, with a friendly smile and warm personality. He’s quick to shake your hand and ready to talk wine. I enjoyed meeting Brad and enjoyed tasting his first releases. First releases? Yep, Brad has done a

Getting to Know: College Cellars

Since the doors opened in 2003, College Cellars has been one of the few teaching wineries located in the United States. And, it’s not all that surprising to find a dedicated wine school in the heart of Washington’s wine country – the unique school is on the campus of Walla Walla Community College in the Walla Walla Valley. We sat down with Instructor of Enology Sabrina Bitz Lueck to talk everything wine. Lueck says enology

Washington Wine Month: Explore Accordingly

-From Great Wine News Washington State is most known for their apples, cherries, Walla Walla onions and evergreen trees. But during the month of March, their wine takes the stage. Currently, the 2nd largest premium wine producer in the United States, Washington is making is their mark on palates around the world. Celebrate this year’s Washington Wine Month by learning their history, understanding their terroir and of course, tasting their wine. History: Washington’s first wine

New Study Shows Growing Economic Impact for Washington State’s Wine Industry

Wine sales and production in Washington State are growing, reports a new study released today by Washington State Wine. The study details the economic and fiscal impacts of wine and wine grapes in Washington State and measures the effect of jobs, labor income and business revenues directly supported by wine and related activities such as tourism. Results show an increase in total state economic impact of $1.3 billion since 2009, or a compound annual growth

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