From the monthly archives:

September 2007

Send your reservation cards and payments

by District 5030 Woodinville Rotarians on September 18, 2007

Woodinville Rotary Club PO Box 2016 Woodinville, WA 98072. Tweet This Post

Taste of Red

by jason on September 18, 2007

Nov 10, 2007 (Sat): Woodinville, WA- Columbia Winery is proud to once again host its premier wine tasting and social event, Taste of Red on Saturday, November 10th and Sunday, November 11th from noon to 6 pm each day. … Tweet This Post

Gorman Winery 2007 Release Party

by J. Alan Hirsch on September 16, 2007

The winery is located in an unassuming warehouse building in a Woodinville commercial zone. The winery is only open to the public about 4 days per year and this event had the feel of a swank, “opening night” club party. … Tweet This Post

Sep 22, 2007 (Sat): Alexandria Nicole Cellars Woodinville Grand Opening/Release Party WHAT: Alexandria Nicole Cellars celebrates the new harvest and the grand opening of its tasting room in Woodinville. Since its founding in Eastern Washington in 1998, Alexandria Nicole Cellars has been dedicated to producing small lots of hand-crafted wine from its own Destiny Ridge […]

What’s going on …

by writeforwine on September 13, 2007

Welcome Alexandria Nicole Cellars and Darby Cellars to Woodinville at the grand opening of their shared tasting room. Tasting and tapas starts at 4:30 pm for wine club members and 6 pm for the general public. 19501 144th Ave. NE. … Tweet This Post

… Bldg. E #700 Woodinville, WA 98072 For more information: 425-293-2220; WHEN: Saturday, September 22, 2007 4:30-9PM (Alexandria Nicole Cellars Wine Club members) 6-9PM (General Public) ACTIVITIES AND … Tweet This Post

Casey Stengel

by author unknown on September 12, 2007

“The key to being a good manager is keeping the people who hate me away from those who are still undecided.” Tweet This Post

According to their site: The organic bounty of Snoqualmie Valley’s Oxbow Farms will be featured in our fall cooking class. Work alongside winery chef Charles Walpole to gain tips of the trade for showcasing the rich, bold flavors of the season in comforting dishes ranging from soups to braised meats. Afterwards, sit down to a […]


Herbfarm’s New Chef: Keith Luce

by jason on September 11, 2007

This from Food and Wine Magazine’s blog: Starting in October, Keith Luce, a BNC 1997, who most recently was the chef at Cosentino Winery in Yountville, California, will be the fourth chef at the legendary Herbfarm in Woodinville, Washington. “What they’ve done has always been a model for what I’ve wanted to do,” says Luce. […]


Barking Frog : 'Great expectations crushed'

by jason on September 11, 2007

We came to the Barking Frog for our 25th anniversary with great expectations. The evening started off great – stylish room and a pleasant server who made an excellent wine recommendation. It all went for a dumper though when I had the … Tweet This Post