Winery Tours & tasting
Dates:
February 1, 2014 - January 1, 2015
Location:
Forgeron Cellars Winery & Tasting Room - 33 West Birch St, Walla Walla WA 99362
Description:
Visiting Walla Walla Valley Wine Country? Curious about how the "Magic" happens in winemaking? Want to go behind the scenes & add to your knowledge of wine? EVERY SATURDAY @ 1pm, join the Cru @ Forgeron Cellars Downtown Walla Walla Winery & Tasting Room for a Winery Tour & Tasting beginning this Saturday, February 1st! Forgeron Cellars provides wine enthusiasts who are looking for more than just a “Tasting Room” experience, an opportunity to sample some of Washington’s most elegant wines. Located in an old blacksmith shop at 3rd & Birch, Forgeron Cellars is within easy walking distance from Walla Walla’s major hotels and restaurants. As guests tour through the tank and barrel rooms, they are given an intimate look into the mechanics of winemaking while being treated to award-winning red and white wines. Every tour includes insight into Marie-Eve’s winemaking philosophy and how it affects each individual wine’s character and makeup.
Contact:
Tiffany Wishart
Phone:
509.522.9463
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More Time to Enjoy Col Solare
Dates:
May 1, 2014 - January 1, 2015
Location:
Col Solare Winery
Description:
As we approach our 20th Vintage at Col Solare, we are pleased to announce the introduction of regular tasting room hours at our Red Mountain estate winery. Beginning May 1st, we will be open Wednesday through Sunday, 11:00 am to 5:00 pm, no appointment necessary! Our featured menu includes wine flights and wine by the glass. Also, enjoy our pairings plate of gourmet cheeses and cured meats to accompany your wine selection. If you have any questions, feel free to call.
Phone:
509.588.6806
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Arbor Crest First Friday with Deb Sheldon
Dates:
September 1, 2014 - September 30, 2014
Location:
808 West Main Street, 3rd Floor River Park Square, Spokane, WA 99201
Description:
I was raised on a small farm in Washington, an artist soul in a family of perfectly normal people. Even though they did not understand, my parents encouraged and tried to support my every crazy artistic idea. My paintings often illustrate my upbringing. Work hard, was always my fathers’ lesson. After my father died, I did a series of paintings of his tools. I believe that they are a more accurate depiction of him than a painting of his face. I also love to paint the quiet peacefulness of a country road or a big unbroken sky. My mother taught me to look up. As we walked the farm, she would say, “look at that sky, look at the colors in that tree”! Always looking. As I continue to pursue the artist’s life, my goals are still the lessons from my parents, work hard and look up.
Phone:
5019-927-9463
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