Tuesday, March 20, 2012
Upcoming Event: Taste Washington 2012 - CenturyLink Field Events Center, Seattle
It's that time of year again folks, Taste Washington (@TasteWashington) is upon us once again! This event continues to set the standard for Washington wine events and this year, the Washington State Wine Commission has teamed up with Seattle’s Convention and Visitors Bureau (SCVB) to put on the food and wine event of the year. Big changes this year: the event is TWO days instead of its traditional single day tasting format. Both the tasting and the seminars have been spaced between the two days. Previously, the seminars were all held on Saturday and the Grand Taste held Sunday, but this new format offers more time for tasting, and a better chance to sit on on one of the educational wine seminars.
So here's the scoop on the happenings:
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Labels: food, restaurants, Seattle, wine, wine tasting
Thursday, March 15, 2012
Movin' on up.. to include BEER! Plus Upcoming Seattle Area Events...
With the recent relocation of a friend of mine from San Diego to Seattle, the idea was brought forth to add a guest contributor to Sips & the City. Until now I've focused solely on wine, and I'll continue to do that. The change will come as the talented Ally Long (@AllyDrinksBeer) begins to contribute some beer related posts from time to time! She wants an outlet to put her Journalism degree to good use, I like diversified content, and a lot of wine drinkers are beer drinkers too, so what the heck; let's go for it! Look for posts from Ally coming soon...
Also: there are several fun events coming up in March and April that are worth mentioning. Since SATC will now include some beer related content, I included those as well:
3/30 to 3/31/12 - Hop Scotch, Fremont Studios, Seattle
3/31/12 - Washington Cask Brewers Festival, Seattle Center, Seattle
3/31 to 4/1/12 - Taste Washington!, Century Link Field Event Center, Seattle
4/11/12 - Sexy Syrah, Salty's on Alki, Seattle
4/21 to 4/22/12 - Passport to Woodinville, Woodinville area wineries, Woodinville
There are also a LOT of great tastings happening at local wine shops on a daily basis, so keep your eyes open for those. The above events are some of the larger ones coming up that are likely to sell out in advance, so get your tickets early!
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Labels: beer, wine, wine tasting
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