Sip something new.

Get creative. Get curious. Get tasting. Because your favorite Washington wine is waiting. 

From Albariño to Zweigelt, Washington has it all. This month, try a wine that you never knew existed. . . or just don’t know how to pronounce. You might just find your new favorite sip. Order a Counoise with your head held high, because you’re wine-basic no more.

WA Wine Month

5 WA Winemaker Events You Can’t Miss!

Let’s finish Washington Wine Month in the tastiest way we know how – with a winemaker dinner. Here are 5 that you can’t miss out on!

Celebrate Washington Wine Month in style and join iconic El Gaucho Seattle or Walla Walla Steak Co in Walla Walla for two unique wine dinners featuring Doubleback Winery and EFESTĒ.

Join Palisades on March 23rd for a scenic 5-course wine dinner featuring the Browne Family Vineyards. Their Sommelier and Executive Chef have masterfully paired each course with distinct terroir-driven flavors from diverse viticultural regions in Washington State.

On March 28th, Surrell brings the new, niche, boutique, & delicious. They’re hosting a slew of WA producers from all over the state at this Grand Tasting Room event, including SMAK, Esja, Hoquetus, Castle and Crown, August Forest, Le Doubble Troubble, Oomrang, and Pet Project. Ticket includes 1-2 tasting pours from each winery and bites from Chef Aaron Tekulve. Take home all your favorites at the end of the evening from our retail bottle shop. This is a great opportunity to taste something new!

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On March 26th, Urban Connoisseurs’ Founder, Marcia Jones is hosting her 4th Annual Women in Wine Celebration Dinner at la Spiga again this year! This event will bring together four amazing women winemakers and trailblazers in their industry, and our equally impressive Chef Sabrina Tinsley for a wine & culinary experience like no other!

Support your local wineries and give them a visit!

Love Washington Wine? Show it with style.

The Washington Wine Specialty License Plate is now available for order through the Washington State Department of Licensing.