What are you doing Monday, March 11? If you’re free in the evening from 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. consider visiting McCaw Hall in Seattle for a Walla Walla Wine tasting.
Since it takes half a day to get to Walla Walla, this really is a great opportunity for wine lovers to get the chance to sample what the acclaimed wine region has to offer. Not to mention you save a lot of gas money, and you don’t have to drive from winery to winery — they’re all going to be under one roof.
More than 50 wineries from the Walla Walla Valley will be pouring wines. You not only will get the chance to taste these great wines, you’ll also get to meet the winemakers and winery owners behind the labels. These are the best kind of tasting events because you get to hear straight from the people who are in the field with the grapes and who put their heart and soul into making the wine.
Hearing from winemakers directly always help broaden an understanding of how wines are produced — and who knows it might even help you stumble on a new favorite winery. Appetizers will also be served.
Tickets are $50 and can be purchased from brownpapertickets.com. Or by clicking here.