Just in time for some springtime indulgence, Taste Washington, the nation’s largest, single-region food and wine festival returns March 28th through 31st. The festival is the ultimate word for food and wine connoisseurs, and there are many interesting events to check out—like the Sunday Brunch, Taste Washington on the Farm, and The New Vintage.
Our top picks for show-stopping pours at Washington’s biggest wine event of the year
There aren’t many opportunities to indulge in THE best food and wine the PNW has to offer under one roof – making Taste Washington one of my all-time favorite events of the year! This past weekend over 250 wineries, vineyards, and cideries gathered at the Grand Tasting event from far and wide across
Savor the season’s most enticing celebration of local food, wine & the people behind the magic.
The region’s most delicious event is just around the corner; have you bought your tickets yet? In its biggest showing yet, Taste Washington celebrates its 20th anniversary from March 23 through 26, uniting nearly 300 wineries, 70-plus restaurants, an impressive lineup of esteemed national chefs and a huge crowd of food- and wine-loving attendees ready to raise their glass.
The ultimate start to Taste Washington.
Treat yourself to a VIP evening at one of the region’s most sought-after wine events: Red & White Party. Held at the renowned AQUA by El Gaucho on Seattle’s waterfront, this elegant affair features top Washington winemakers pouring only their most coveted bottles. Dress in your red and white best to enjoy bites and pours exclusively available at the Red & White Party – you won’t find these wines anywhere else at Taste Washington.
Looking for a good excuse to eat your way through charming, welcoming Portland? We know, we know; it’s a tough job, but somebody’s got to do it. Chew on this: During the entire month of March, PDX serves up 31 days of delectable fare at a price that may—upon first glance—seem like a typo.
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.
Taste Washington returns with four exciting days of tastings, experiences, eating, learning and more from March 31st – April 3rd. Taste Washington is the largest single-region wine and food event in the United States that attracts thousands of wine and food enthusiasts to the Seattle area. Join over 225 Washington wineries, 65 restaurants, local and national chefs, and more for the culmination of Taste Washington! There will be an array of events starting with the elegant Red and White Party Thursday, The New Vintage Friday, and the Grand Tasting at CenturyLink Field Event Center Saturday and Sunday.
As the largest single region food and wine festival in America, Taste Washington has grown immensely in popularity since its induction, with over 200 wineries, vineyards, cideries and restaurants serving over the course of the two day event. If you weren’t able to attend the event this past weekend, here are my main takeaways to get you excited for next year, (or to plan a trip out to Woodinville or Walla Walla for a personal winecation of your own!).
Seattle’s biggest food and wine event.
Each spring, thousands of people come together to experience 225 wineries, 70 restaurants, and 60 culinary exhibitors from across the region for the ultimate four-day experience. Taste Washington will be held at CenturyLink Field Event Center from March 26-29th. This is the 18th year that Visit Seattle