Taste Washington Announces 2016 Dates Tickets to the nation’s largest single region wine and food event go on sale December 8
Visit Seattle and Washington State Wine invite wine lovers to mark their calendars; Taste Washington, the nation’s largest single-region wine and food event, will take place March 31- April 3, 2016, at various venues throughout Seattle.
Tickets to all four days of events are available at www.tastewashington.org. A special holiday promotion is also being offered for the Grand Tasting, $10 off Sunday only General Admission through December 31. Promo Code: 16TASTE.
Now in its 19th year, Taste Washington promises a full weekend of activities, from the elegant Red & White Party featuring distinctive wine pours to the signature Grand Tasting, which features hundreds of Washington State wineries, food from top Pacific Northwest restaurants, chef demonstrations and more. • Thursday, March 31 Red & White Party, an upscale evening on the Seattle waterfront at the gorgeous AQUA by El Gaucho featuring exclusive pours of vintage library wine, exceptional barrel samples and reserve wines that will only be available at the Red & White Party.

• Friday, April 1 Taste Washington on the Farm, three unique daytime excursions led by local chefs and Washington State winemakers. The intimate hands-on lunch experience brings together wine and food lovers and the people who grow and produce artisanal products for that the Pacific Northwest is known. • Friday, April 1 The New Vintage, an upbeat event aimed at the next generation of wine lovers is complete with a backdrop of music, dancing and tasty bites at Motif Seattle.
• Saturday and Sunday, April 2 and 3, the weekend culminates with two days of educational seminars led by top wine writers and sommeliers at Four Seasons Hotel Seattle and the Grand Tasting at CenturyLink Field Event Center.
Details on winery participation, featured chefs, seminar topics, hotel packages and tickets are now available at www.tastewashington.org. Taste Washington is produced by Visit Seattle in partnership with Washington State Wine.

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