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The March Virtual Tasting wine is the Tamarack Cellars 2012 Firehouse Red Red Wine. This wine retails for $18 and is widely available. The tasting will take place on Wednesday March 26th from 7-8pm Pacific.

What you need to do to participate is:

1. Buy this month’s wine from the winery or a local retailer (see below)

2. Tweet your comments about the wine on Twitter between 7 and 8pm Pacific on the specified date using the hashtag #firehousered. For those on Twitter, follow me @wawinereport.

To make it more convenient for people to purchase the wines used in our Virtual Tastings, we are teaming up with a locally run, on-line wine shop, ImpulseWine.com. Instead of having to search for the wine you can order the wine from Impulse and, if you live in the King County area, have it delivered to you free of charge. Just click the link below and select the "Free Delivery Within King County" option in the shipping portion of the checkout process. Please note that King County residents must place orders by end of day on Saturday March 22nd in order to have the wine delivered in time for the tasting.

Click here to order the Tamarack Cellars Firehouse Red from ImpulseWine.com

Note: Washington Wine Report does not have any financial relationship with Impulse Wine and does not receive any profits from sales.

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1 Responses to March Virtual Tasting - Tamarack Cellars Firehouse Red 2012

  1. Yashar Says:
  2. Looking forward to checking out this latest vintage!

     

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