NW April Wine Country Events
Taste of Washington
This weekend, April 4-5 the raved about Taste of Washington. Enjoy over 200 wineries, food and seminars
Passport To Woodinville
Come out for a fun, fun, fun run around Woodinville wine country and taste some of the States finest wines!
Welcome to HOLLYWOOD! Starring: Adams Bench Winery, Brian Carter Cellars, Chandler Reach Winery, Hollywood Hill Vineyards, J. Bookwalter Winery, Matthews Estate, Northwest Totem Cellars, Woodhouse Family Cellars.
Friday, April 17th – 4 – 8:00pm ( No Tasting fee or Passport required)
Patterson Cellars wants to do a Passport kick-off with a Pre-Funk event on
Friday, April 17th from 4:00-8:00pm!
Honorable mentions – April events
and not to be missed-
Northwest Totem Cellars: Tank Tasting
April 11th – 12 – 4pm
If you have ever tasted Northwest Totem Cellars Late Harvest Viognier you would not miss this event!
Samples of Totem’s 2008 Late Harvest Viognier will be pulled fresh from the tank before bottled. There will also be some homemade, organic pizzas and dessert as well as other wines that will be available for tasting. No fee for this event.
Hollywood Hill Vineyards: INTRODUCING THE TASTING CLUB!
This has got to be good!
April 10th, May 8th and June 5th – 6 – 8:30pm
Based on the fantastic book by Dina Cheney, use all your senses to savor food in a focused, structured fashion and get acquainted with your own palate! Each session includes “deep” tasting of each element separately, together, and in a prepared dish paired with wine! Honey & Blue Cheeses –
Friday April 10th, 6-8:30pm Washed Rind Cheeses
William Church Winery: Bottling Party
April 25th – 11am – 4pm
Come and see how the final step in the winemaking process works as we bottle our 2007 wines. Check it out and then sample these upcoming releases before they go back into the cellar for up to 12 months before release. We’ll go until we’re done so come early to be sure to catch the action.
Plus many more great April wine events… check it out at Woodinville Wine Country!
And one more honorable mention for a “must read”…. Adams Bench wrote a great article on cork called The Portugal Cork Adventure.