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Taste Washington

One The Farm: Taste Washington’s New Adventure

by Shona Milne on February 4, 2017

Taste Washington On The Farm Returns With New Adventures The farm-to-table lunch series offers hands-on dining experience at two new local farms   SEATTLE – Taste Washington, the nation’s largest single-region wine and food event, invite guests back out to the farm this year for a new Taste Washington on the Farm lunch series. Surrounded […]

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Taste Washington: 20th Anniversary Tickets on Sale

by Shona Milne on December 14, 2016

Taste Washington 20th Anniversary Festival Tickets on Sale Now First Ever Taste Washington VIP All Access Ticket Available in Limited Quantities SEATTLE, WA – Wine and food lovers are encouraged to take advantage of a one-time early bird ticket special in honor of Taste Washington’s 20th Anniversary. During the month of December only, customers can […]

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Taste Washington: Another Great Year

by Shona Milne on May 3, 2016

Taste Washington Toasts Another Fruitful Year Record number of attendees, wineries, restaurants and celebrity chefs  concoct recipe for success SEATTLE – Taste Washington, Seattle’s premier wine and food event, reported its highest overall attendance in 2016; both in event participants, and also for participating restaurants and wineries. The 19th annual event took place March 31-April […]

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Taste Washington: It’s Here!

by Shona Milne on April 1, 2016

Recipe for Epicurean Adventure: 225 Wineries and 65 Restaurants at Taste Washington Two-day Grand Tasting event at CenturyLink Event Center will feature Washington State’s best and newest wineries and big-name celebrity chefs SEATTLE – Taste Washington, Seattle’s premier wine and food event dishes up the largest of its consumer events on April 2 and 3 […]

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Another Successful Year: Taste Washington

by Shona Milne on May 3, 2015

Taste Washington Celebrates Another Successful Year Overall attendance for the four-day event was highest on record Taste Washington — the nation’s largest single-region wine and food event — reported its highest overall attendance in 2015. The 18th annual event took place March 26-29 and drew more than 6,300 people over the course of four days. […]

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Taste Washington: Not Just Wine

by Shona Milne on March 19, 2015

Elite Chefs on the Alaska Chef’s Stage The Alaska Chef’s Stage features top local and national chefs cooking live on-site in a state-of-the-art kitchen built right on the Taste Washington show floor. Enjoy as talented chefs demonstrate their cooking skills and offer culinary tips. View the complete lineup of participating chefs on the Alaska Chef’s Stage, […]

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Woodinville Wine Events: March 16th-31st

by Shona Milne on March 15, 2015

Castillo de Feliciana – March 20th – Beat the Geek Trivia Michael Florentino Cellars – March 21st – Spring Release Party Matthews Winery – March 21st – Sauvignon Blanc and Claret Release Pomum Cellars – March 21st & 22nd – 2012 Tinto Tempranillo & 2012 Syrah Release Sparkman Cellars – March 21st & 22nd – Barrel Tastings […]

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Taste Washington: Lunch on the Farm

by Shona Milne on February 17, 2015

New Farm-to-Table Experience Added to Taste Washington Lineup Lunch series focuses on the farmers, chefs, winemakers and artisans who make the meal Taste Washington, the nation’s largest single-region wine and food event, redefines the farm-to-table concept with the addition of an exciting new hands-on dining experience called Taste Washington on the Farm. This series of […]

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Taste Washington: March is Washington Wine Month

by Shona Milne on March 4, 2012

March is Washington Wine Month and on March 31st and April 1st is Taste Washington. It’s been expanded to two day this year. Let’s hope that’s a sign that the economy is improving and that more Washington wine is being consumed. If you are interested in the seminars being offered you should get your tickets […]

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Taste Washington: Expands to Two Days

by Shona Milne on November 26, 2011

The Seattle Times reports that the Washington Wine Commission and Seattle Convention and Visitors Bureau will team up and expand Taste Washington to a two day event next year; March 31st and April 1st, 2012. Tweet This Post

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