Wine Rocks Seattle: Back for a 6th Year

by Shona Milne on June 25, 2013

There should be plenty of Woodiville wineries at this event.

6th Annual Wine Rocks Returns to Elliott Hall at Pier 66

Taste the wine, hear the music and help the cause (Food Lifeline) at Wine Rocks Seattle July 11

Wine Rocks Seattle, an annual event that goes beyond the traditional wine tasting, is back for a sixth year. This year’s event takes place Thursday, July 11, 6-10 p.m. at Elliott Hall at Pier 66 overlooking Puget Sound. More than 35 Washington wineries, breweries and distilleries will be on hand at the event. To pair with your wine, a handful of local food trucks, including Jemil’s Big Easy, Lumpia World, Marination Mobile, Monte Cristo and Sweet Wheels, will be serving guests right on the pier.

“We’ve come a long way in since our first event in 2008,” said Jen Doak, founder of Wine Rocks Seattle. “What started out as an event to promote a guitar showroom as grown into a must-attend summer event helping support local charities.”Throughout the evening select Washington winemakers and friends will take the stage to share their passion for music. This year’s featured winemakers/musicians include:

  • Jamie Brown (Walla Walla Valley Winemaker)
  • Darren Des Voigne (Des Voigne Cellars)
  • Chip McLaughlin (Vinyl Wines)
  • Rob Newsom (Boudreaux Cellars)
  • Victor Palencia (Jones of Washington)
  • Gordy Rawson (Chatter Creek Winery)

“Wine Rocks Seattle provides wineries a relaxed, fun and non-traditional opportunity at connecting with their consumers and creating new relationships,” said Doak.

Tickets to Wine Rocks are $35 and can be purchased at BrownPaperTickets.com. This year’s Wine Rocks event benefits Food Lifeline, a nonprofit organization dedicated to ending hunger in Western Washington. Food Lifeline stocks the shelves and fills the tables of 275 food banks, meal programs and shelters throughout the region. The 35 million pounds of nutritious food the organization secures from restaurants, grocery stores, farmers and manufacturers feeds 745,000 hungry people every year. Find out how you can be a part of ending hunger in Western Washington at www.FoodLifeline.org.

Participating wineries: Airfield Estates, Balboa Winery, Bartholomew Winery, Boudreaux Cellars, Celæno Winery, Chatter Creek, Copa di Vino, Corvus Cellars, Des Voigne Cellars, Eye of the Needle, For a Song, Gård Vintners, Glencorrie Winery, Goose Ridge Estate Winery, Jones of Washington, Kiona Vineyard & Winery, Long Shadows, Naches Heights Vineyard, Patterson Cellars, Purple Star, Robert Ramsay Cellars, Ross Andrew Winery, Seven Hills Winery, Sky River Mead, Smasne Cellars, Swiftwater Cellars, Terra Blanca Winery, Vinyl Wines, Walla Faces, Walter Dacon, Waters Winery and Whidbey Island Winery

Participating Breweries: Naked City Brewery, Pike Brewing Company and Pyramid Breweries

Participating Distilleries: Bainbridge Island Organic Distillers, BroVo Spirits, Captive Spirits, and SoDo Spirits Distillery

Also Featured: Tim’s Chips, El Restaurante, Hawaiian Snacks and Erin’s Popcorn

About Wine Rocks Seattle:
Wine Rocks Seattle is collaboration between Jen Doak of The Bevy Project and Jamie Peha of Peha Promotions. The event is sponsored by Bell Harbor International Conference Center, BevMo!, Seattle Met, Seattle Symphony, Tim’s Chips and TableTalk Radio.

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