Birch Road, an independent, women-owned clubhouse located in the Stimson-Green Mansion in Seattle’s First Hill neighborhood will be hosting their first Birch Road Wine Fest on Saturday, September 24, from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm. All proceeds from bottle sales and ticket sales will benefit the Washington Trust for Historic Preservation.
There will be over 25 wines to taste from wineries reaching as far as South America and France, to our own backyard in Seattle, Walla Walla, and Columbia Valley. Participating wineries include J. Bookwalter, Treveri, Tranche, Cadence, Brazos, and many more. All of the wines selected are Birch Road favorites and are sure to impress any wine lover.
“We’re thrilled to host our first Wine Fest for Seattle wine lovers. Giving a platform for smaller wineries to connect with local wine lovers has always been part of our mission at Birch Road and the opportunity to showcase them for a wider audience while supporting our neighbor The Stimson-Green Mansion is a win for everyone.” says Birch Road Founder, Sharon Provins.
Attendees of Birch Road Wine Fest will each get their own commemorative glass and can explore the sample tables at their own leisure. Should attendees discover a wine they love, they can stop by the Wine Fest shop before they leave and purchase bottles for enjoyment at home. Guests are invited to come and discover new wines while supporting the preservation of Seattle’s historic buildings. Attendees will also have the opportunity to take a tour of the neighborhood clubhouse.
Tickets are $55/person and can be purchased here.