Taste Washington returned last weekend with four exciting days of tastings, experiences, eating, learning and more from March 31st – April 3rd. It is the largest single-region wine and food event in the United States and attracted thousands of wine and food enthusiasts to the Seattle area. Over 225 Washington wineries, 65 restaurants, local and national chefs, were a part of Taste Washington weekend. We had the chance to attend the Grand Tasting at CenturyLink Field Event Center on Sunday.
No plans for Memorial Day weekend? If you like excellent wine and revelry, start planning.
I can always tell when red wine comes from Red Mountain, located in the southeast corner of Washington state near the Tri-Cities. Red Mountain wines are bold, beautiful and big – some of my favorites.
Reinventing the winery, after more than two decades in the design business.
When Joe Chauncey founded Boxwood Designs in 1989, the vision he had for his Portland venture was simple and specific: a design firm that delivered desirable aesthetics and sustainability in equal measure. Eventually, Chauncey crossed the Columbia to take part in Seattle’s blooming sustainable architecture market.
Ring in the spring sunshine with some of the region’s finest winemakers.
In this seasonally apathetic city of ours, it might be hard to believe that summer is right around the corner. As pleasant weather arrives, be sure to find a place for these anticipated, annual wine events on your calendar. As the perfect excuse for a weekend away, these are Seattleite’s wine affairs to remember.