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Tastings: October 28 through 30th

What are your plans for the weekend?

Tasting Central

Patterson Cellars Grapes & Grooves Weekend Music | Billy Stoops

October 28, 2016 (Fri) from 7:00 PM – 9:00 PM

Patterson Cellars Hollywood Hill Tasting Room
14505 148th Avenue NE
Woodinville, WA 98072     425.892.2964

Cost:Wine by the glass & bottle available for purchase   
Visit the Patterson Cellars Hollywood Hill tasting room for live music starting at 7 pm. Gourmet pizza, salads and appetizers are available for purchase from Vivi Pizzeria. Visit Event Websitewww.pattersoncellars.com



Accoustic Nights at Castillo de Feliciana – Woodinville 

October 28th, 2016 ( Fri ) from 6:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.

Castillo de Feliciana – Woodinville Tasting Room
15114 148th Ave NE
Woodinville, WA 98072

425.949.5088

Cost:no cover but food and/or wine purchase necessary   
Visit  Acoustic Nights at Castillo de Feliciana – Woodinville with music by David Flett. Space is limited, arrive early, no reservations accepted. No cover but food and/or wine…

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Russell’s in Bothell to Celebrate the Women of Washington Wine

Sips, Merriment & Appetizers in Russell’s Loft

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Russell’s in Bothell is  celebrating Women of Washington Wine Thursday, March 24th and invites you to enjoy an evening with friends sampling wines  by women winemakers and business owners.

Chef Russell will be joining the ladies for demonstrations and  discussions that will highlight both established and up-and-coming winemakers.

Showcased Wineries

  • Adrice Wines
  • Damsel Cellars
  • Elsom Cellars
  • Kasia Winery
  • Red Sky
  • Robert Ramsey Cellars
  • Sonoris Wines
  • Warr-King Wines

Tickets include 8 tastings & appetizers. Retail Wine store and wines by the glass available during the event

Follow along ~ Find Russell’s in Bothell on their Website:, Facebook, and  Twitter

Thursday March 24, 2016, 6-9 pm Tickets $35

 

 

Taste Washington Wine All Month Long

Taste Washington IITaste Washington Wine Month is here! Each March Washington State’s award winning industry celebrates with events encompassing the entire state, each experience leading to one glorious weekend at the month’s end, Taste Washington. Check your local events and promotions throughout the month on the Washington State Wine Events Calendar

Taste Washington, the nation’s largest single-region wine and food event, will take place March 31- April 3, 2016, at various venues throughout Seattle. Tickets to all four days of events are available at www.tastewashington.org.

Now in its 19th year, Taste Washington promises a full weekend of activities, from the elegant Red & White Party featuring distinctive wine pours to the signature Grand Tasting, which features hundreds of Washington State wineries, food from top Pacific Northwest restaurants, chef demonstrations and more.

Thursday, March 31 Red & White Party, an upscale evening on the Seattle waterfront at the gorgeous AQUA by El Gaucho featuring exclusive pours of vintage library wine, exceptional barrel samples and reserve wines that will only be available at the Red & White Party.

Friday, April 1 Taste Washington on the Farm, three unique daytime excursions led by local chefs and Washington State winemakers. The intimate hands-on lunch experience brings together wine and food lovers and the people who grow and produce artisanal products for that the Pacific Northwest is known. (Sold Out )

Friday, April 1 The New Vintage, an upbeat event aimed at the next generation of wine lovers is complete with a backdrop of music, dancing and tasty bites at Motif Seattle.

Saturday and Sunday, April 2 and 3, the weekend culminates with two days of educational seminars led by top wine writers and sommeliers at Four Seasons Hotel Seattle and the Grand Tasting at CenturyLink Field Event Center.

EFESTE Announces 7th Annual Rockin’ Sips Fundraiser

 

EFESTE IIEFESTE hosts its largest event of the year, Rockin’ Sips, on Saturday, February 27. The winery will be joined by Long Shadows Vintners, Waters Winery, and Black Raven Brewing pouring some of the region’s top wine and beer. Popular cover band Soul Siren will provide a live performance while guests enjoy nibbles by Italianissimo, Green Apple Catering, and EFESTE’s in-house Old Press catering. A photo booth courtesy of Kapchur Us Photography and a souvenir glass round out the experience.

Participants will also have a chance to win fantastic donated items from the winery and other local businesses. The featured “Winemaker for a Day” package valued at $3500 lets a party of two enjoy a private flight to Prosser with EFESTE owners Kevin and Angela Taylor to experience the EFESTE estate vineyards on Red Mountain first hand. Winemaker Peter Devison will offer a tasting of the grapes and the resulting EFESTE wines. Before departing wine country, dine with the EFESTE family at Wine O’Clock Bar and Bistro.

This 21 and older event is $55. The event takes place at EFESTE on Saturday, February 27th from 5-8pm. Tickets and the Tough Guy wine can be reserved online at shop.efeste.com. Proceeds benefit LLS.

efesteThe Rockin’ Sips story begins in 2007 when Joe Taylor, youngest son of winery founders Kevin and Angela Taylor and grandson to Daniel ‘Big Papa’ and Helen Ferrelli, was diagnosed with Leukemia at age five. Following this experience, the family founded Rockin’ Sips to celebrate Joe’s successful treatment and to contribute to more stories of survival. Proceeds from the event benefit the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS). “It’s really rewarding to share the winery through the causes we’re passionate about,” Angela explains.

The release of the popular Tough Guy wine coincides with the Rockin’ Sips event. The wine, a tribute to Joe and his brush off attitude during treatment, also helps raise money for the LLS.

Thanks to the support of the community, over $84,000 has been raised for LLS to date through the winery.

About EFESTE:

EFESTE, pronounced F-S-T, is an acronym for the winery’s original partners. Founded in 2005, EFESTE has amassed an impressive list of accolades, including Wine Enthusiast Top 100 in 2015 and 2014 and Wine Spectator Top 100 in 2011 and 2008The winery and tasting room are located in Woodinville, WA just 2 blocks north of the Warehouse District at 19730 144th Ave NE.

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Wines, Mixologists, Craft Beer and Tantalizing Bites take Center Stage at 2016 SWFE

The Seattle Wine and Food Experience (SWFE) reaches new heights February 20-21.

SWFE

Seattle Wine and Food Experience

More than 200 vendors including 50 chefs, 500 wines, mixologists, distillers and cider and brew masters come together for a weekend of affordable indulgence and delicious experiences.

Chef Thoa Nguyen of Chinoise Restaurants and Chef Roy Breiman of Copperleaf both winners of Beat Bobby Flay on the Food Network, will serve signatures bites throughout the weekend.

A new saber competition kicks off Pop! Bubbles & Seafood (Feb. 20) where attendees will turn up the volume in a friendly competition between Chef Thierry Rautureau and Sommeliers Jake Kosseff of Miller’s Guild, Jeff Lindsay-Thorsen of RN74 and Leslie Kelly of All Recipes.

The Seattle Wine and Food Experience Grand Tasting (Feb. 21) is best approached with a plan in hand. Between your sips gather some tips from experts, enjoy photo fun in the Click 98.9 photo booth, pose with chef and winemaker celebrities for your Instagram feed #seattlewinefood and enter to win your next getaway.

7ccb42c82fc0e75901527fa38ae48b54-largeAt the first stop, Dustin Haarstad, founder of Blind Tiger Cocktails and mixologist at Cannon Whiskey & Bitters Emporium in Seattle’s Capitol Hill, debuts a signature cocktail in the Celebrity Cruises Modern Luxury Lounge. Imagine yourself on board Celebrity Cruises and enter to win a 7-day Alaska cruise.

Local celebrity Tim Kennedy, yes, the guy who started Tim’s Chips has carved out an hour to greet fans and autograph limited edition bags of Tim’s chips to commemorate the brand’s 30th anniversary. Don’t forget to enter a chance to win your one-year supply of Tim’s chips.

Check out the magic between Stella Artois and the American Lamb Board’s Brews & Ewes experience. Chefs prepare beer friendly lamb dishes to pair with IPAs, Belgian style pale ales and golden lagers.

The chef and menu line-up includes:

  •  The Georgian Chef Gavin Stephenson – smoked lamb meatballs with celeriac gnocchi
  •  Frolic Chef Adam Stevenson – soy and ginger braised lamb with sesame sticky rice cake and lemon grass curry aioli
  •  Trellis Chef Brian Scheehser – lamb pastrami on a pretzel crisp with sauerkraut and mustard 2
  •  Uli’s Uli Lengenberg – a hand-crafted lamb sausage New features food-wise this year include Nicky USA Wild About Game exotic meats with Chef Jonathan Sundstrom of Lark and Chef Seth Fenald of Novelty Hill/Januik Winery and Alaska Seafood sustainable seafood prepared by Chef Thoa and Leslie Mackie of Macrina Bakery.

Love to travel? Spend time grazing in the Northwest Travel Experience where you’ll find Northwest destinations from Alaska to Oregon showcasing culinary tourism. Explore wine from the West Coast with well-marked areas for Washington, Oregon and California.

glassesIn the QFC Advantage Reserve Lounge Wine Stewards are standing by to pour more than a dozen hand-selected wines including Spring Valley Vineyard’s Frederick Red Blend, Tenet The Pundit Syrah and Clos du Bois Chardonnay.

Start planning your next trip to wine country at this year’s featured region showcasing the craft beverage and food scene from the Yakima Valley. Capture the flavor of this booming region and meet the personalities as you enter to win a two-night get-a-way courtesy of Yakima Valley Tourism.

“We’ve added some terrific new experiences this year,” said Jamie Peha, event producer and president of Peha Promotions. “The weekend is much more than a tasting. By working closely with our vendors we create unique ways for our guests to deeply engage with a variety of select offerings.

Back by popular demand: Chateau Ste. Michelle Riesling Challenge, Northwest Wine Academy Wine School, Heritage Meats Butchery Block and the Distillery Walk.

Get the most out of this tasting weekend and attend both events with the SWFE Weekend Pass on sale at seattlewineandfoodexperience.com. This is a 21-year or over event, all admitted must have a valid I.D. No children or babes-in-arms will be admitted.

Details:

POP! Bubbles & Seafood

  • Where: McCaw Hall (321 Mercer Street, Seattle, WA 98109
  • When: Saturday, February 20, 2016
  • Hours: 6 – 9pm
  • Price: $75 per person

 

Seattle Wine and Food Experience – Grand Tasting

  • Where: Seattle Center Exhibition Hall (300 Mercer Street, Seattle, WA 98109)
  • When: Sunday, February 21, 2016 Hours: VIP: 12 – 5pm / General Admission: 1 – 5pm Price: 
  • WEEKEND PASS – SWFE VIP and POP!: $140
  • VIP: $75
  • General Admission: $60
  • Purchase Tickets here

 

Follow SWFE  on Twitter: @seattlewinefood Facebook Page and Instagram  #SeattleWineFood

Nosh and Sip at 6th Annual “Cabernet Classic” Grand Tasting this weekend

 alcohol-drink-glass-drinking-large (2)“The 6th Annual “Cabernet Classic” Grand Tasting of Washington’s most expensive and sought after Cabernets is coming to Bellevue for the first time.

Nosh and sip your way through the new Porsche Bellevue dealership, Sat. Feb. 6th, 2016. This event is a showcase of 28 of Washington’s most exclusive wineries.

Eastside wine aficionado’s will enjoy current releases, library selections and Cabernet based blends, light noshes by Bin on the Lake and easy arrival and departure with complimentary valet parking by Butler Seattle.  This special evening of revelry with Washingtons’ best is from 6-9 pm and tickets are $100. Enter promo code: HomeKarieE for a limited time discount and purchase your ticket for $50.

Net proceeds benefit Talk It Up TV & The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. Information on the event and tickets are available at Seattle Uncorked Events — click here  enter HomeKarieE at “promotion code” and click update cart.

Event Location: Porsche Bellevue – 11910 NE 8th Street, Bellevue, WA

Cabernet has long been the “KING OF WINES!” Experience the class act of the wine world & the range of this famous grape varietal with a dazzling array of over 50 of the best Cabs from 28 of Washington’s premier wineries.

Alleromb Winery
Avennia
Ambassador Vineyard
Betz Family Winery
Bunnell Family Cellar
Corliss/Tranche
Côte Bonneville
Den Hoed Wine Estates
DeLILLE CELLARS
Dunham Cellars
Efeste
Fidelitas Winery
Figgins Family Wine Estates
Five Star Cellars
Hedges Family Estate
J. Bookwalter Winery – Woodinville
L’Ecole No 41 Winery
Mullan Road Cellars(Cakebread)
Obelisco
Pepper Bridge Winery
Reininger & Helix Wines
Smasne Cellars- Woodinville
Sparkman Cellars
Upchurch Vineyard
Va Piano Vineyards
Walla Walla Vintners
Waters Winery
Woodward Canyon Winery

Proudly Sponsored by:
Seattle Uncorked Wine Club, Talk It Up TV, & Porsche Bellevue

See pics from last Cab Classic Here:

 

(Event Location: Porsche Bellevue – 11910 NE 8th Street, Bellevue, WA )

Women Stars of Food & Wine Highlights Local Women Chefs, Sommeliers and Winemakers

Courtesy Seattle Uncorked

Courtesy Seattle Uncorked

Mark your calendar, Sunday February 8th, from 2-5pm, Women’s Funding Alliance will partner with Seattle Uncorked for the second annual Women Stars of Food and Wine event!

This one of a kind event gives you the opportunity to mix and mingle with the women stars of the local food and wine industry and taste an array of delicious appetizers and wines while enjoying the best views from the 75th floor at the new Columbia Tower Club.

Funds raised at this culinary collaboration will support Women’s Funding Alliances’s programs to increase leadership and economic opportunity for women and girls in Washington State.
 Individuals: $50 Pair of tickets: $90  Purchase your tickets here

At the door: Individuals: $55 Pair of tickets: $110

Columbia Tower Club Members Discount*:
Individuals: $45  Pair of tickets: $80*Please provide membership identification at the door.

Chefs and Culinary Professionals

Deborah Breuler – Cutters Crab House
Emily Moore – Emily’s Kitchen
Kate Gallego – Vespolina
Jennifer Schell – The Butcher, The Baker, The Wine & Cheese Maker – An Okanagan Cookbook
Teresa Carew & Maria Lofgren – On Safari Foods
Monica Dimas- Nacho Borracho
Kären Jurgensen – Seattle Culinary Academy
Celinda Norton & Sara McCabe
Holly Brown – The Brown Lounge & Siren Cellars
Karen Kinbar – Balleywood Creamery
Olive Huang – Private Chef – Cooking Dolls
Jullie Farrell – Tease Chocolates
Ami Varsanyi – Luv Macaroons
Julie Bergstrom & Kristen Demontigny – Pairings at Covington Cellars
Cathy Wright & Ashley Wright Cook – Bake My Day
Megan Gordon – Lady Yum Macaroons
Jane Juan – Simple & Crisp
Tamara Murphy – Terra Plata
Thao Nyguen – Chinoise

Sommeliers

Shelly Fitzgerald – Downtown Spirits
Janice Dean – Purple Wine Bar
Lisa Rongren – The Herbfarm
Cara De Lavallade – Barking Frog
Stacey Gibson – Olympic Provisions SE
Katelyn Peil – Purple Wine Bar
Van Doren – Le Crocodile, BC
Cheri Walters – Independent Somm
Patricia Borgardt – Vino-Fare
Reggie Daigneault – Wine Technology Coordinator SSCC
Annette Lucille – Wischermann Partners
Jocelyn Foiles – Seastar
Mackenzie Parks – El Gaucho
April Poque – Loulay Kitchen and Bar
Mary Silva – Columbia Tower Club

Winemakers

Rachael Horn – AniChe Cellars
Marie-Eve Gilla – Forgeron Cellars
Casey Cobble – Robert Ramsey
Lisa Packer – Warr-King Wines
Judy Papesh – Falling Rain Wine
Kelly Hightower – Hightower Cellars
Debbie Hansen – Cougar Crest Winery
Natalie Barnes – Latah Creek Wine Cellars
Carol Parsons – Red Sky Winery
Hillary Sjolund – Sonoris
Tanya Woodley/Elaine Jomwe – Sulei Winery
Holly Turner – Three Rivers Winery – Foley Wines
Leigh McMillan- Welcome Road Winery
Lynne Chamberlain – JLC Cellars/Spofford Station
Kristin Scheelar – Gooseridge Estate
Nina Buty – Buty Winery
Jessica Munnell – Wautoma Springs
Mary Tuuri Derby – DaMa Wines
Amy Alvarez-Wampfler – Sinclair Estate Vineyards
Leala Cramer – Marcus Sophia Winery

For more information visit www.wfalliance.org   Facebook  and Seattle Uncorked

 
 

SWFE Offers New Experiences and 200 Vendors at Seattle’s Premier Tasting Event

More than a tasting, guests “experience” an educational world of food and beverage at the Seattle Wine and Food Experience February 22

Courtesy SWFE

Courtesy SWFE

Are you ready? We are! The Seattle Wine and Food Experience (SWFE), is back for a seventh year Sunday, February 22, 2015 (12-5 pm VIP, 1-5 pm General Admission) at the Seattle Center Exhibition Hall. Throughout the gastronomical event guests can learn about and taste a huge selection of quality products from more than 200 vendors and through “experiences” and event features.

“We want guests to walk away with education about the beverage and food products that they encounter at the event,” said Jamie Peha, owner of Peha Promotions and producer of SWFE. “Crafting a unique tasting experience or interactive aspect offers the ticket buyers extended value and turns the event into an experience they will remember.”

Featured “Experiences” to date at the 2015 event include:

NEW! QFC Advantage Lounge – Guests enjoy specially selected reserve caliber wines poured by knowledgeable QFC wine stewards including selections from Brown Family Vineyards, Col Solare, Erath, Mercer Estates, Maryhill, Northstar, Spring Valley Vineyards, Waterbrook Winery, The Woodhouse Wine Estate and more.

Woodinville Wine Country – Washington’s urban destination wine region has the tagline “Where Washington Pours” and features 30 Woodinville wineries pouring more than 100 wines (and all Washington’s AVAs).

NEW! Stella Artois Bistro & Chef Stage – Bring your glass and take a seat as you watch Diane LaVonne of Diane’s Market Kitchen teach you about cooking and pairing beer with food. Sample bites from the demonstration, and remember to pick up one of the coveted Stella Artois Chalices.

Tim’s Cascade Snacks Beer and Cider Exhibit – Local favorite Tim’s Cascade Snacks is serving up new flavors of their famous salty chips and popcorn. Taste through new developments in cider and beer or lounge at one of the café tables.

SIP Northwest Distillery Walk – Take a stroll at Sip Northwest Distillery Walk featuring many of the region’s hottest craft spirits makers as well as global brands.

Top Pot Doughnut and Coffee Bar – Grab a hand-forged doughnut and revive your palate, with a stop at the Top Pot Doughnut and Coffee Bar. For an added bonus, grab a sample sip from Sun Liquor Distillery.

NEW! Ste. Michelle Wine Estates Tasting Bar – Take the “Riesling Challenge” and determine which wine pleases your palate – Dry, Off Dry or Sweet. Also taste through wine selections from their portfolio including 14 Hands, Anew, Chateau Ste. Michelle, Columbia Crest, O Wines and Red Diamond. Seek out their displays in local QFCs for a special ticket discount.

Les Dames d’Escoffier Alley –Les Dames d’Escoffier Seattle is the event beneficiary. Its talented membership provides a special experience at SWFE with member beverages, food and specialty products including Anthony’s Pier 66, Biscuit Box, Gelatiamo, Gnocci Bar, Hot Stove Society, Kaspar’s Special Events & Catering, McCrea Cellars, Pike Brewing Company, Serafina & Cicchetti, World Spice Merchants and more.

NEW! Wente Vineyard Aroma Experience – Have you discovered a perfect glass of wine, but don’t know how to identify the aromas? Wente Vineyards offers a unique Aroma Experience where you will learn how to pick out specific aromas in wine, and be able to describe them with ease. This experience is fun and interactive and also features their family of wines for tasting.

600 Northwest, California and International Wines – Get taste of wine regions from the Northwest and beyond with sips from Woodinville, Washington, Idaho, Oregon, California, Wine Road Sonoma, Wine Yakima Valley, Cascade Valley Wine Country and international wineries including Argentina, France, Israel, Italy, Portugal, Uruguay and more.

Gourmet Bites – Stay tuned for menu items coming soon and find the full list of featured chefs on the event website. Guests can savor the incredible creations from more 25 of Seattle’s most accomplished chefs and another 25 food exhibitors representing a global range of cuisines. Stay hydrated with the quality waters from San Pelligrino and Acqua Panna.

Yakima Valley Tourism Agricultural Tour for your Palate – Yakima Valley is the heart of Washington State’s agricultural belt and the emerging center for craft beverage. Learn about “The Valley” and stick around for select giveaways while sampling a variety of products.

Heritage Meats Butchery Block – New this year, master butcher Tracy Smaciarz, owner of Heritage Meats will entertain and delight you with butchery demos that are coupled with tastes from restaurants Bell + Whete featuring Gleason Ranch Beef and Delicatus featuring Jerry Baker Pork.

Tickets for this year’s event are on sale now at www.seattlewineandfoodexperience.com. No one under 21 will be admitted and ID is required.

  • SWFE General Admission – $55
  • SWFE VIP – $70 (hour early entrance, custom tote bag, special VIP area)
  • POP! Bubbles & Seafood – $65
  • SWFE BIG – $125 (includes tickets to POP! And SWFE VIP)

About Seattle Wine and Food Experience

The Seattle Wine and Food Experience is a premier showcase for wine and food in the Northwest. Guests experience a world tour of wine, beer, spirits and all things culinary. For a complete list of participating vendors and the wide variety of products to sample at this years event, please visit the website at www.seattlewineandfoodexperience.com  also follow on Facebook and Twitter

 

Impressive Northwest Talent the Focus of Women Stars of Food and Wine

Madeline Puckette of Wine Folly

Madeline Puckette of Wine Folly

An impressive line up talented ladies are the focus of this weekend’s Women Stars of Food and Wine.  The sensational event features the best women chefs, winemakers and Sommeliers in the Northwest, giving you the opportunity to sample cuisine and wine’s from Washington’s best restaurants and wineries.

Enjoy breath taking views of Seattle while enjoying an interactive gala on the 75th floor of Seattle’s Columbia Tower. Directions

  • Where:  Columbia Tower Club, 75th Floor, 701 Fifth Ave, Seattle 98104
  • When:  Sunday Feb. 9, 2-5 pm
  • Cost:  Advance Tickets $50 pp / $90 couple  Door $55 pp / $110 couple Purchase Tickets Here

Chefs

  • Becky Selengut of Cornacopia Cuisine
  • Carrie Mashaney of Aragona & Top Chef
  • Deborah Breuler of Cutters Crab House
  • Ericka Burke of Volunteer Park Cafe
  • Julie Guerrero of Dulces Bistro & Wine Bar
  • Karen Jurgensen of Seattle Culinary Academy
  • Kathy Casey of Kathy Casey’s Liquid Kitchen
  • Mary Swanson of Columbia Tower Club
  • Monica Dimas of Ethan Stowells “Mkt.”
  • Mutsuko of Miyabi 45th
  • Robin Leventhal of Wine Country Culinary Institute
  • Sarah Brinlee of El Gaucho
  • Teresa Carew of On Safari Foods
  • Thoa Nguyen of Chinoise Cafe
  • Zoi Antonitsas of Westward

Women Stars of Food and WineWinemakers

  • Ali Mayfield – Sun River Vintners
  • Angela K Jacobs – Wine Girl Wines
  • Carol Parsons – Red Sky Winery
  • Debbie Hansen – Cougar Crest Winery
  • Denice Ingalls – Sky River Winery
  • Hillary Sjolund – Sonoris Cellars
  • Holly Turner – Three Rivers Winery
  • Jessica Munnell – Wautoma Springs
  • Jody Elsom – Elsom Cellars
  • Judy Phelps – Hard Row to Hoe
  • Karen LaBonte – Trio Vintners
  • Kay Simon – Chinook Wines
  • Kelly Hightower Cellars
  • Kristin Sheelar – Robert Ramsey
  • Kyra Baerlocher – Kyra Wines
  • Linda Trotta – Swiftwater Cellars
  • Lynne Chamberlain – JLC Cellars / Spofford Station
  • Marie-Eve Gilla – Forgeron Cellars
  • Mary Tuuri Derby – DaMa Wines
  • Natalie Barnes – Latah Creek Wine Cellars
  • Rebecca Gunselman – Robert Karl Cellars
  • Reggie Daigneault – SSCC Wine Academy
  • Sara Gagnon – Harbinger Winery
  • Sarah Goedhart – Hedges Family Estate / Ambassador
  • Sarah Harker – Rustic Roots Winery (BC)
  • Tanya Woodley – Sulei Winery

Sommeliers

  • Alena Harbin – Agrodolce
  • Amanda Craig – Canlis
  • April Poque – Loulay Kitchen and Bar
  • Cheri Walters – Independent Sommelier
  • Cortney Lease – Wild Ginger
  • Courtney Brown – Wild Ginger
  • Dawniel Giebel – Cavatappi
  • Ellen Pritchett – Cantinetta
  • Gina Gregory – Premier Vineyard Tours
  • Janice Dean – Purple Wine Bar / Heavy Rest. Group
  • Jocelyn Foiles – Seastar
  • Katelyn Peil – Purple Wine Bar / Heavy Rest. Group
  • Kristen Koors – Raven & Rose (PDX)
  • Mackenzie Parks – El Gaucho
  • Madeline Puckette – Wine Folly
  • Mary Silva – Columbia Tower Club
  • Meg Posey – How To Cook a Wolf, Wine Director
  • Patricia Borgardt – Vino-Fare
  • Reggie Daigneault – Wine Technology – S.Seattle Comm. Coll.
  • rina Bussell – Altura Rstaurant
  • Samantha Rahn – Araxi (BC)
  • Shelly Fitzgerald – Wine World
  • Stacy Gibson – Olympic Provisions SE (PDX)
  • Tia Hubbard – Waverly Country Club (PDX)
  • Van Doren – Le Crocodile (BC)

Also Featured

  • Adria Shimada – Parfait Ice Cream & Patissierre
  • Catherine Brook Barrows – Tabby Cat Pickling Company
  • Erin Coopey – Author of Glorified Home Chef
  • Julie Ferrel – Tease Chocolates
  • Megan Gordon – Lady Yum Macaroons
  • Shannos Borg – Author of The Green Vine

For additional information please visit:  SeattleUncorked.comFacebook and Twitter @SeattleUncorked