A night for the ages.
Celebrate Northwest cuisine and Washington vintages at the year’s most important wine dinner.
They say wine gets better with time. If that’s the case, the WAC’s 12th annual Taste Washington Winemaker Dinner—featuring the talents of some of the state’s pioneering winemakers, along with some of the younger set—should be our best yet.
This year’s dinner, set for 6 pm on Saturday, March 24, in the Crystal Ballroom, will honor several legendary founding families of Washington wine and the signature varietals and blends they have cultivated. The accompanying dinner will highlight the seasonal offerings of guest chefs, including Jon Maley, who has worked for a number of renowned Seattle establishments, including The Local Vine and Book Bindery. Joining Maley will be Anthony’s Restaurants Executive Chef Pat Donahue, who will oversee a pre-dinner seafood reception, as well as the WAC culinary team.
“This is the marquee wine event at the WAC,” says Food & Beverage Vice President Peter Christian.
Wineries set to attend include: J. Bookwalter, Mercer Estates, Seven Hills, Three Rivers, Long Shadows, and Solemn Cellars.
To reserve your seat, contact Catering at 206.464.3050 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information on the event, see our article in the March/April issue of WAC Magazine.