Great Northwest Wine
March 17, 2018
SEATTLE — Organizers for the 21st Taste Washington continue to create unique experiences for Washington wine lovers as the annual springtime festival showcases the nation’s second-largest wine region.
As it has in recent years, the event centered in Seattle continues to share the spotlight with regional chefs and ventures beyond the now two-day public tasting at CenturyLink Field Event Center. Indeed, Taste Washington remains the centerpiece of Washington Wine Month.
“Washington State Wine is committed to supporting our local wine industry through promotions like Taste Washington Wine Month,” Steve Warner, President of the Washington State Wine Commission, said in a news release. “It’s a great way for folks to discover new Washington wines and support local businesses.”
A delicious example would be the monthlong promotion by Salty’s Waterfront Seafood Grills, which will provide a $20 gift card for each bottle of Washington wine purchased at its restaurants in at Alki, Redondo Beach and Portland during the month of March.>>>Read the entire article on Great Northwest Wine featuring Woodinville Wineries; àMaurice Cellars, Avennia, Baer Winery, Brian Carter Cellars, Chateau Ste. Michelle, Col Solare, DeLille Cellars, EFESTĒ, Fidélitas Wines, Guardian Cellars, Lauren Ashton Cellars, Long Shadows Vintners, Mark Ryan Winery, Obelisco Estate Winery and Sparkman Cellars on Great Northwest Wine
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