Washington Wine Events Calendar
Washington Wine Wednesdays
Dates:
January 1, 2012 - December 30, 2012
Location:
Icon Grill 1933 5th Avenue, Seattle WA 98101
Description:
Washington Wine Wednesdays! 1/2 Price all bottles of Wine from Washington State. Every Wednesday. All Day and Night!
Contact:
April Johnson
Phone:
206.441.6330
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Olfaction Seminar
Date:
April 27, 2012
Location:
Foundry Vineyards
Description:
A Seminar on the Senses Winemakers, Sommeliers, and other “taste”makers will not want to miss Washington’s inaugural olfaction seminar with expert Alexandre Schmitt of Wine & Flavors. Schmitt, a professor at the University of Bordeaux and consultant to some of the world’s most renown wine brands, will be offering an Introductory Olfaction Seminar, Level 1: “The Aromatic Descriptors of Wine” at Foundry Vineyards in Walla Walla. DATE: April 27, 2012. 9am - 12pm/2pm - 5pm (one full day, 6 hours) COST: $375 LOCATION: Foundry Vineyards, 1111 Abadie Street, Walla Walla, WA LIMITED REGISTRATION: 25 seats available DEADLINE TO REGISTER: April 15, 2012 CONTACT: To register, contact Ali Mayfield at 509.200.1854 The goal of olfaction seminars is to structure and develop our smelling universe. It is an olfactory education helping us to develop distinct, precise and remarkable aromatic references. There are two main levels: the aromatic wine descriptors and the aromatic chemicals identified in wine. Level 1 is focused on the “Wine descriptors and the aromatic categories of wines": woods, coniferous, balsamic notes, animal character, leather, smokiness, burnt character, tobacco, butter ton, mints, anise, very fresh notes, ether and medicinal notes, vegetal character, earthiness, mushroom, acetic notes, sulfurs, hay family, citrus notes, fruitiness, floral character, fresh flowers, white flowers, etc. Please spread the word to others who might be interested in attending this exclusive event. The seminar is expected to sell out be sure to register asap! For more information visit wineandflavors.com
Contact:
Ali Mayfield
Phone:
509-200-1854
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Friday, April 27th Live @ Sapolil - Village ~ Folk/Funk/Rock
Date:
April 27, 2012
Location:
Sapolil Cellars
Description:
They're music tastefully flows between funk, rock, reggae, and folk as the band continually pushes the envelope of their musical creativity and works hard to keep things exciting. R-Dub Big Beats (the oldest brother on the band) and Rob Gnarly (the second oldest) are both songwriters and lead vocalists for the group. Gnarly contributes the introspective and folk-reggae style, R-Dub the rock and roll. Sometimes working co-op and other times individually on their songs, which adds another dimension to the sound of the band. They have toured extensively in the NW and have ventured down as far as Hollywood, CA. The band has also traveled to Lima, Peru and toured through out the Peru nation. Zack Reil - Vocal, keys, Drums Landon Wilkinson - Lead Vocal, Lead Guitar Riley Wilkinson - Vocals, Drums Sean Wilkinson - Bass/Guitar/Vocals 9 - Midnight  Cover $3 Enjoy a Full Bar, Featuring Sapolil Cellars Wine, Beer on Tap, and by the Bottle, and a full menu of hard liquor libations to keep you revved. Plus, Bistro 15 @ Sapolil will be serving up good eats until 1 a.m.
Contact:
Abigail Schwerin
Phone:
(509) 520-1273
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Taste A Little, Learn A Lot
Date:
April 27, 2012
Location:
The Art Institute's Portfolio Restaurant, 2600 Alaskan Way, Seattle WA 98121
Description:
Wine Educator Dieter Schafer invites you to Taste a Little, Learn a Lot. Each session taste Five to Six wines from Washington and France while you enjoy hors d'oeuvres and the breathtaking view of Elliott Bay from fifth-floor Portfolio Restaurant … and perhaps stay for dinner. ~ ~ ~ The restaurant serves as an educational dining lab for culinary students at The Art Institute of Seattle. Open to the public, the restaurant presents a tempting menu of fine-dining courses emphasizing fresh seasonal favorites. Portfolio offers elegance at an affordable price. ~ ~ ~ Each session, Dieter not only guides you through the tasting, he will speak about the wines' grape varieties, the local viticultural areas and French appellations, offer food & wine matches, and more. ~ ~ ~ Fridays, Five to Six pm. April 27: Champagne and Sparkling. May 4: Cabernet and Merlot. May 11: Syrah and Grenache. May 18: Sauvignon Blanc and Semillon. May 25: Rose'. ~ ~ ~ $15 per person, per session. Reservations required by phone.
Contact:
Dieter Schafer
Phone:
206-239-2363
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Fork in the Road @ Walla Faces
Date:
April 27, 2012
Location:
Walla Faces, 216 E Main St, Walla Walla
Description:
7-9 PM A unique blend of keyboard, guitar, electric fiddle and trumpet, Fork in the Road plays jazz standards with their own creative twist, but they are capable of ballads, stompin’ country fiddle classics and original tunes as well.
Contact:
Emily
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