March 21, 2019
Seattle’s weekend-long wine extravaganza returns March 28–31. Here, Sean Sullivan offers some nuts-and-bolts suggestions for getting the most out of this massive event.
With more than 235 wineries and 65 restaurants represented, Taste Washington is the largest, single-region wine tasting event in the country. It’s coming up March 28–31, kicking off with a Red and White Party on Thursday and culminating with the capstone Grand Tasting both Saturday and Sunday. Also on the agenda: an on the farm dining experience, Canlis wine dinner, the culinary star-studded New Vintage soiree, an after-party with James Beard Award–winning chef Edouardo Jordan, a Sunday brunch, and seminars. And with the Feast Portland team providing an assist, expect a lot of culinary excellence from the likes of Rachel Yang, Ethan Stowell, and Edouardo Jordan—plus well-known chefs from other cities.
As for the wine, here are a few choice tips and recommendations>>>Read the entire article on Seattle Met