The winemakers of Cascade Valley Wine Country will visit the Seattle area to pour at a series of pop-up tastings at top area hotspots including Bar Vacilando on July 14, Black Bottle Bellevue on August 11, The Innkeeper on September 8 and Black Bottle Seattle on October 13.
These casual and complimentary events will offer passed appetizers from the kitchens of Chef Brian Durbin paired with sips of new releases and old favorites from both well-known producers and up and comers with wineries or tasting rooms in Leavenworth, Lake Chelan and Wenatchee. Choose one or visit all four taking place the second Thursday of each month, July through October from 6-8 p.m.
- Thursday, July 14, 6 – 8 p.m. Take to Capitol Hill’s newest hotspot and enjoy its secret patio for tasting with Goose Ridge Winery and Eagle Creek Winery at Bar Vacilando located at 405 15th Ave East.
- Thursday, August 11, 6-8 p.m. Wine and dine on the Eastside with Goose Ridge Winery and Chateau Faire Le Pont at Black Bottle Bellevue’s outdoor patio (919 Bellevue Way NE, Bellevue).
- Thursday, September 8, 6-8 p.m. the party moves to The Innkeeper in Belltown (2510 1st Ave) with Goose Ridge Winery and Villa Monaco for an outdoor tasting event paired with Latin-influenced fare.
- Thursday, October 13, 6 -8 p.m. The grand finale will take place at Black Bottle Seattle (2600 1st Avenue) with Chateau Faire Le Pont, Rocky Pond Winery and Cheval Cellars on hand to pour fall favorites.
Sponsored in part by Sip Northwest Magazine, space and tastings are offered complimentary on a first come, first served basis. Following the tasting, select wines from each purveyor will be available by the glass to enjoy on-site or by the bottle bring home.
About Cascade Valley Wine Country
Cascade Valley Wine Country represents the wineries and tasting rooms of Chelan County, including Lake Chelan, Leavenworth and Wenatchee. Situated in North Central Washington among its namesake mountain range, Cascade Valley Wine Country includes two American Viticulture Areas (AVAs) three distinctive vacation destinations and 65 wineries in a 40-mile radius. The region’s terrain varies from mountains to valleys, lakes to rivers, and forests, providing a world-class wine growing region with endless opportunities for scenic vistas and outdoor adventure. For more visitor information and a calendar of tasting events visit http://www.cascadevalleywinecountry.com. Connect on Twitter @CVWCWines or Facebook at facebook.com/cvwc.wines.