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'14 Tour Guide

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Reminder: February's Virtual Tasting takes place Tuesday February 28th from 7-8pm Pacific. Read about how to participate here.

Tickets for this year's Taste Washington! seminars are now on sale. In keeping with 2012's expanded event, the seminars take place on both Saturday March 31st and Sunday April 1st. The full list of seminars is below. Go here for additional information and to purchase tickets. Note that I will be participating in the panel discussion on 'Over-Delivering at Every Price' on Saturday and moderating the 'Celebrated Vintages' panel on Sunday, so come and join me!

This year's Grand Tasting will also take place on Saturday and Sunday. Tickets for individual days may be purchased for $75 (General Admission) and $125 (VIP) as well as for both days at $150 and $99 respectively. See the list of participating wineries here. Hope to see you there!

Saturday Seminars 11:00 am to 12:30 pm

Washington Wine: Over-Delivering at Every Price $45

Vineyard Exploration: Red Willow Vineyard $45

Canlis: Food and Wine Pairing $60

Sunday Seminars 11:00 am to 12:30 pm


Mythbusting: Food and Wine Pairing with Tom Douglas $60

Celebrated Vintages: Highlights from a Quarter-Century of Washington State Wines $45

Vineyard Exploration: Ciel du Cheval Vineyard $45

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