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Join us to compare classic varietals grown and produced around the world against the same varietals grown and produced in Washington. Learn how differences in climate, vineyard practices, soil type, and winemaking style can affect the way varietals express themselves and let your palate decide your preference.


$20 per person + tax ($15 per person Clore Center Wine Club/Industry, call x203 to purchase tickets by phone)
All attendees MUST be 21 or over.

Tickets must be purchased in advance. Tickets are transferable in advance but not refundable. Ticket price includes a welcome splash on arrival, a discounted $1 tasting after class and a 10% discount opportunity on wine purchases after class.

CLASS CAPACITY
18 guests. Get your tickets early, these classes sell out!

THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT

Sponsored by:

Join us to compare classic varietals grown and produced around the world against the same varietals grown and produced in Washington. Learn how differences in climate, vineyard practices, soil type, and winemaking style can affect the way varietals express themselves and let your palate decide your preference.

 

Instructor: TBA
Class Level: Intermediate 
Tickets: $40 (plus tax) -  industry or Wine Club, Please call (509) 786-1000 ext. 203 to purchase your tickets and receive your discount.

Ticket price includes a welcome splash on arrival, a discounted $1 tasting after class and a 10% discount opportunity on wine purchases after class.

Tickets are transferable in advance but not refundable.
 
All guests must be 21+ to attend.

Tickets must be purchased in advance.

 
 
 
About Class Levels: no entry test or proof of experience needed to attend any classes – we list the level of class for our experienced guests

  • Novice = very basic information, including step by step tasting, wine etiquette, basic food pairing recommendations, surface level regional education, value wine.
  • Intermediate = brief tasting guide, historic and regional information, advanced culinary insights, higher value wine
  • Advanced = skip tasting guides, and dive in to in-depth regional and historic information, more unique food pairings (if applicable), premium wines.
All attendees MUST be 21 or over.

CLASS CAPACITY

18 guests. Get your tickets early, these classes sell out!

Sponsored by:

Stock up on bubbles and treat your palate with 4 sparkling wines, expertly paired with 4 bites.


$40/person + tax
$35/person + tax for wine club & industry.

Instructor: William Pollard
Class Level: Intermediate

Ticket price includes a welcome splash on arrival, a discounted $1 tasting after class and a 10% discount opportunity on wine purchases after class.
Tickets are transferable in advance but not refundable. All guests must be 21+ to attend.
Tickets must be purchased in advance.

About Class Levels: no entry test or proof of experience needed to attend any classes – we list the level of class for our experienced guests

  • Novice = very basic information, including step by step tasting, wine etiquette, basic food pairing recommendations, surface level regional education, value wine.
  • Intermediate = brief tasting guide, historic and regional information, advanced culinary insights, higher value wine
  • Advanced = skip tasting guides, and dive in to in-depth regional and historic information, more unique food pairings (if applicable), premium wines.

 Sponsored by:

 

Tasting wines blind, without knowing the winemaker, the winery, the price or seeing the label is a great way to develop your palate, discover new wines and make your own decisions about price indicating your preference for wines.
 
This month - Rosé!  Rosé (from French rosé; also known as rosado in Portugal and Spanish-speaking countries and rosato in Italy) is a type of wine that incorporates some of the color from the grape skins, but not enough to qualify it as a red wine.  You'll taste 6 rosés blind.  Food bites are included to discuss pairing wine and food.    
Instructor: TBA
Class Level: Intermediate 
Tickets: $30 (plus tax) - industry or Wine Club, Please call (509) 786-1000 ext. 203 to purchase your tickets and receive your discount.

Ticket price includes a welcome splash on arrival, a discounted $1 tasting after class and a 10% discount opportunity on wine purchases after class.

Tickets are transferable in advance but not refundable.
 
All guests must be 21+ to attend.

Tickets must be purchased in advance.

 
 
 
 
About Class Levels: no entry test or proof of experience needed to attend any classes – we list the level of class for our experienced guests

  • Novice = very basic information, including step by step tasting, wine etiquette, basic food pairing recommendations, surface level regional education, value wine.
  • Intermediate = brief tasting guide, historic and regional information, advanced culinary insights, higher value wine
  • Advanced = skip tasting guides, and dive in to in-depth regional and historic information, more unique food pairings (if applicable), premium wines.
All attendees MUST be 21 or over.
 
Sponsored by: 

 

 

Tasting wines blind, without knowing the winemaker, the winery, the price or seeing the label is a great way to develop your palate, discover new wines and make your own decisions about price indicating your preference for wines.
 
This month - Rosé! Rosé (from French rosé; also known as rosado in Portugal and Spanish-speaking countries and rosato in Italy) is a type of wine that incorporates some of the color from the grape skins, but not enough to qualify it as a red wine. You'll taste 6 Rosés blind. Food bites are included to discuss pairing wine and food.
 
Instructor: TBA
Class Level: Novice
Tickets: $30 (plus tax) - industry or Wine Club, Please call (509) 786-1000 ext. 203 to purchase your tickets and receive your discount.

Ticket price includes a welcome splash on arrival, a discounted $1 tasting after class and a 10% discount opportunity on wine purchases after class.

Tickets are transferable in advance but not refundable.
 
All guests must be 21+ to attend.

Tickets must be purchased in advance.

 
 
 
 
About Class Levels: no entry test or proof of experience needed to attend any classes – we list the level of class for our experienced guests

  • Novice = very basic information, including step by step tasting, wine etiquette, basic food pairing recommendations, surface level regional education, value wine.
  • Intermediate = brief tasting guide, historic and regional information, advanced culinary insights, higher value wine
  • Advanced = skip tasting guides, and dive in to in-depth regional and historic information, more unique food pairings (if applicable), premium wines.
All attendees MUST be 21 or over.
 
Sponsored by: 

 

Learn to make Pasta with Chef Robin Leventhal! Former Top Chef Contestant, Culinary Instructor at Walla Walla Community College, Former Owner and Chef at popular Seattle eatery 'Crave', and Artist. 

 

This class will teach you how to make three different types of pasta, and what to do with left-over pasta dough. 

Enjoy an appetizer and welcome splash of wine. Additional wine will be available for purchase by the glass.

Class Type: Demonstration

Friday, June 15th

5:30 pm

All attendees MUST be 21 or over.

$55/person + tax
$50/person + tax for wine club 

Wine Club please use June's access code or call 509-786-1000 to purchase your ticket and receive your discount.

Tickets are required to be purchased in advanced.

Tickets are transferable in advanced, but non-refundable.

To learn more about Chef Robin Leventhal please visit her website.

 

Enjoy a seated tasting of Washington's most popular varietals, a Riesling, Chardonnay, Merlot, Syrah and Cabernet from 5 different AVAs

$20 per person + tax ($15 per person Clore Center Wine Club/Industry, call x203 to purchase tickets by phone)

Instructor: TBA

Class Level: Novice

Ticket price includes a welcome splash on arrival, a discounted $1 tasting after class and a 10% discount opportunity on wine purchases after class.
Tickets are transferable in advance but not refundable. All guests must be 21+ to attend.
Tickets must be purchased in advance.

About Class Levels: no entry test or proof of experience needed to attend any classes – we list the level of class for our experienced guests

  • Novice = very basic information, including step by step tasting, wine etiquette, basic food pairing recommendations, surface level regional education, value wine.
  • Intermediate = brief tasting guide, historic and regional information, advanced culinary insights, higher value wine
  • Advanced = skip tasting guides, and dive in to in-depth regional and historic information, more unique food pairings (if applicable), premium wines.

 

 

Sponsored by:

 

Washington's Big 5 June 16

Saturday, June 16

Stock up on bubbles and treat your palate with 4 sparkling wines, expertly paired with 4 bites.  


$40/person + tax
$35/person + tax for wine club & industry.

Instructor: William Pollard
Class Level: Intermediate

Ticket price includes a welcome splash on arrival, a discounted $1 tasting after class and a 10% discount opportunity on wine purchases after class.
Tickets are transferable in advance but not refundable. All guests must be 21+ to attend.
Tickets must be purchased in advance.

About Class Levels: no entry test or proof of experience needed to attend any classes – we list the level of class for our experienced guests

  • Novice = very basic information, including step by step tasting, wine etiquette, basic food pairing recommendations, surface level regional education, value wine.
  • Intermediate = brief tasting guide, historic and regional information, advanced culinary insights, higher value wine
  • Advanced = skip tasting guides, and dive in to in-depth regional and historic information, more unique food pairings (if applicable), premium wines.

 Sponsored by:

Join us to compare classic varietals grown and produced around the world against the same varietals grown and produced in Washington. Learn how differences in climate, vineyard practices, soil type, and winemaking style can affect the way varietals express themselves and let your palate decide your preference.

Instructor: TBA
Class Level: Intermediate
Tickets: $40 (plus tax) - industry or Wine Club, Please call (509) 786-1000 ext. 203 to purchase your tickets and receive your discount.

Ticket price includes a welcome splash on arrival, a discounted $1 tasting after class and a 10% discount opportunity on wine purchases after class.

Tickets are transferable in advance but not refundable.
 
All guests must be 21+ to attend.

Tickets must be purchased in advance.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
About Class Levels: no entry test or proof of experience needed to attend any classes – we list the level of class for our experienced guests

  • Novice = very basic information, including step by step tasting, wine etiquette, basic food pairing recommendations, surface level regional education, value wine.
  • Intermediate = brief tasting guide, historic and regional information, advanced culinary insights, higher value wine
  • Advanced = skip tasting guides, and dive in to in-depth regional and historic information, more unique food pairings (if applicable), premium wines.
All attendees MUST be 21 or over.

Tickets must be purchased in advance. Tickets are transferable in advance but not refundable. Ticket price includes a welcome splash on arrival, a discounted $1 tasting after class and a 10% discount opportunity on wine purchases after class.

CLASS CAPACITY
18 guests. Get your tickets early, these classes sell out!

Sponsored by:

Enjoy a seated tasting of Washington's most popular varietals, a Riesling, Chardonnay, Merlot, Syrah and Cabernet from 5 different AVAs

 

$20 per person + tax ($15 per person Clore Center Wine Club/Industry, call x203 to purchase tickets by phone)

Instructor: TBA
Class Level: Novice

Ticket price includes a welcome splash on arrival, a discounted $1 tasting after class and a 10% discount opportunity on wine purchases after class.
Tickets are transferable in advance but not refundable. All guests must be 21+ to attend.
Tickets must be purchased in advance.

About Class Levels: no entry test or proof of experience needed to attend any classes – we list the level of class for our experienced guests

  • Novice = very basic information, including step by step tasting, wine etiquette, basic food pairing recommendations, surface level regional education, value wine.
  • Intermediate = brief tasting guide, historic and regional information, advanced culinary insights, higher value wine
  • Advanced = skip tasting guides, and dive in to in-depth regional and historic information, more unique food pairings (if applicable), premium wines.

 Sponsored by:

 

 

Washington's Big 5 June 30

Saturday, June 30

 

Tasting wines blind, without knowing the winemaker, the winery, the price or seeing the label is a great way to develop your palate, discover new wines and make your own decisions about price indicating your preference for wines.
 
This month - Sauvignon Blanc! Explore the flavors of this white wine that originates from the Bordeaux region of France. One of the most popular white wines in the US, you'll taste 6 blind.  Food bites are included to discuss pairing wine and food.   
 
Instructor: TBA 
Class Level: Intermediate 
Tickets: $30 (plus tax) - industry or Wine Club, Please call (509) 786-1000 ext. 203 to purchase your tickets and receive your discount.

Ticket price includes a welcome splash on arrival, a discounted $1 tasting after class and a 10% discount opportunity on wine purchases after class.

Tickets are transferable in advance but not refundable.
 
All guests must be 21+ to attend.

Tickets must be purchased in advance.

 
 
 
 
About Class Levels: no entry test or proof of experience needed to attend any classes – we list the level of class for our experienced guests

  • Novice = very basic information, including step by step tasting, wine etiquette, basic food pairing recommendations, surface level regional education, value wine.
  • Intermediate = brief tasting guide, historic and regional information, advanced culinary insights, higher value wine
  • Advanced = skip tasting guides, and dive in to in-depth regional and historic information, more unique food pairings (if applicable), premium wines.
All attendees MUST be 21 or over.
 
Sponsored by: 

 

Join us to compare classic varietals grown and produced around the world against the same varietals grown and produced in Washington. Learn how differences in climate, vineyard practices, soil type, and winemaking style can affect the way varietals express themselves and let your palate decide your preference.

Instructor: TBA
Class Level: Intermediate
Tickets: $40 (plus tax) - industry or Wine Club, Please call (509) 786-1000 ext. 203 to purchase your tickets and receive your discount.

Ticket price includes a welcome splash on arrival, a discounted $1 tasting after class and a 10% discount opportunity on wine purchases after class.

Tickets are transferable in advance but not refundable.
 
All guests must be 21+ to attend.

Tickets must be purchased in advance.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
About Class Levels: no entry test or proof of experience needed to attend any classes – we list the level of class for our experienced guests

  • Novice = very basic information, including step by step tasting, wine etiquette, basic food pairing recommendations, surface level regional education, value wine.
  • Intermediate = brief tasting guide, historic and regional information, advanced culinary insights, higher value wine
  • Advanced = skip tasting guides, and dive in to in-depth regional and historic information, more unique food pairings (if applicable), premium wines.
All attendees MUST be 21 or over.

Tickets must be purchased in advance. Tickets are transferable in advance but not refundable. Ticket price includes a welcome splash on arrival, a discounted $1 tasting after class and a 10% discount opportunity on wine purchases after class.

CLASS CAPACITY
18 guests. Get your tickets early, these classes sell out!

Sponsored by:

 

Tasting wines blind, without knowing the winemaker, the winery, the price or seeing the label is a great way to develop your palate, discover new wines and make your own decisions about price indicating your preference for wines.
 
This month - Sauvignon Blanc! Explore the flavors of this white wine that originates from the Bordeaux region of France. One of the most popular white wines in the US, you'll taste 6 blind.  Food bites are included to discuss pairing wine and food.   
 
Instructor: TBA 
Class Level: Intermediate 
Tickets: $30 (plus tax) - industry or Wine Club, Please call (509) 786-1000 ext. 203 to purchase your tickets and receive your discount.

Ticket price includes a welcome splash on arrival, a discounted $1 tasting after class and a 10% discount opportunity on wine purchases after class.

Tickets are transferable in advance but not refundable.
 
All guests must be 21+ to attend.

Tickets must be purchased in advance.

 
 
 
 
About Class Levels: no entry test or proof of experience needed to attend any classes – we list the level of class for our experienced guests

  • Novice = very basic information, including step by step tasting, wine etiquette, basic food pairing recommendations, surface level regional education, value wine.
  • Intermediate = brief tasting guide, historic and regional information, advanced culinary insights, higher value wine
  • Advanced = skip tasting guides, and dive in to in-depth regional and historic information, more unique food pairings (if applicable), premium wines.
All attendees MUST be 21 or over.
 
Sponsored by: 

 

Stock up on bubbles and treat your palate with 4 sparkling wines, expertly paired with 4 bites.


$40/person + tax
$35/person + tax for wine club & industry.

Instructor: William Pollard
Class Level: Intermediate

Ticket price includes a welcome splash on arrival, a discounted $1 tasting after class and a 10% discount opportunity on wine purchases after class.
Tickets are transferable in advance but not refundable. All guests must be 21+ to attend.
Tickets must be purchased in advance.

About Class Levels: no entry test or proof of experience needed to attend any classes – we list the level of class for our experienced guests

  • Novice = very basic information, including step by step tasting, wine etiquette, basic food pairing recommendations, surface level regional education, value wine.
  • Intermediate = brief tasting guide, historic and regional information, advanced culinary insights, higher value wine
  • Advanced = skip tasting guides, and dive in to in-depth regional and historic information, more unique food pairings (if applicable), premium wines.

 Sponsored by:

Enjoy a seated tasting of Washington's most popular varietals, a Riesling, Chardonnay, Merlot, Syrah and Cabernet from 5 different AVAs

$20 per person + tax ($15 per person Clore Center Wine Club/Industry, call x203 to purchase tickets by phone)

Instructor: TBA

Class Level: Novice

Ticket price includes a welcome splash on arrival, a discounted $1 tasting after class and a 10% discount opportunity on wine purchases after class.
Tickets are transferable in advance but not refundable. All guests must be 21+ to attend.
Tickets must be purchased in advance.

About Class Levels: no entry test or proof of experience needed to attend any classes – we list the level of class for our experienced guests

  • Novice = very basic information, including step by step tasting, wine etiquette, basic food pairing recommendations, surface level regional education, value wine.
  • Intermediate = brief tasting guide, historic and regional information, advanced culinary insights, higher value wine
  • Advanced = skip tasting guides, and dive in to in-depth regional and historic information, more unique food pairings (if applicable), premium wines.

 

 

Sponsored by:

 

Washington's Big 5 July 21

Saturday, July 21

Join us to compare classic varietals grown and produced around the world against the same varietals grown and produced in Washington. Learn how differences in climate, vineyard practices, soil type, and winemaking style can affect the way varietals express themselves and let your palate decide your preference.

Instructor: TBA
Class Level: Intermediate
Tickets: $40 (plus tax) - industry or Wine Club, Please call (509) 786-1000 ext. 203 to purchase your tickets and receive your discount.

Ticket price includes a welcome splash on arrival, a discounted $1 tasting after class and a 10% discount opportunity on wine purchases after class.

Tickets are transferable in advance but not refundable.
 
All guests must be 21+ to attend.

Tickets must be purchased in advance.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
About Class Levels: no entry test or proof of experience needed to attend any classes – we list the level of class for our experienced guests

  • Novice = very basic information, including step by step tasting, wine etiquette, basic food pairing recommendations, surface level regional education, value wine.
  • Intermediate = brief tasting guide, historic and regional information, advanced culinary insights, higher value wine
  • Advanced = skip tasting guides, and dive in to in-depth regional and historic information, more unique food pairings (if applicable), premium wines.
All attendees MUST be 21 or over.

Tickets must be purchased in advance. Tickets are transferable in advance but not refundable. Ticket price includes a welcome splash on arrival, a discounted $1 tasting after class and a 10% discount opportunity on wine purchases after class.

CLASS CAPACITY
18 guests. Get your tickets early, these classes sell out!

Sponsored by:

Stock up on bubbles and treat your palate with 4 sparkling wines, expertly paired with 4 bites.


$40/person + tax
$35/person + tax for wine club & industry.

Instructor: William Pollard
Class Level: Intermediate

Ticket price includes a welcome splash on arrival, a discounted $1 tasting after class and a 10% discount opportunity on wine purchases after class.
Tickets are transferable in advance but not refundable. All guests must be 21+ to attend.
Tickets must be purchased in advance.

About Class Levels: no entry test or proof of experience needed to attend any classes – we list the level of class for our experienced guests

  • Novice = very basic information, including step by step tasting, wine etiquette, basic food pairing recommendations, surface level regional education, value wine.
  • Intermediate = brief tasting guide, historic and regional information, advanced culinary insights, higher value wine
  • Advanced = skip tasting guides, and dive in to in-depth regional and historic information, more unique food pairings (if applicable), premium wines.

 Sponsored by:

 

Tasting wines blind, without knowing the winemaker, the winery, the price or seeing the label is a great way to develop your palate, discover new wines and make your own decisions about price indicating your preference for wines.
 
This month - Chenin Blanc! Explore the flavors of this white wine that originates from the Loire Valley of France, you'll taste 6 blind.  Food bites are included to discuss pairing wine and food.   
 
Instructor: TBA 
Class Level: Intermediate 
Tickets: $30 (plus tax) - industry or Wine Club, Please call (509) 786-1000 ext. 203 to purchase your tickets and receive your discount.

Ticket price includes a welcome splash on arrival, a discounted $1 tasting after class and a 10% discount opportunity on wine purchases after class.

Tickets are transferable in advance but not refundable.
 
All guests must be 21+ to attend.

Tickets must be purchased in advance.

 
 
 
 
About Class Levels: no entry test or proof of experience needed to attend any classes – we list the level of class for our experienced guests

  • Novice = very basic information, including step by step tasting, wine etiquette, basic food pairing recommendations, surface level regional education, value wine.
  • Intermediate = brief tasting guide, historic and regional information, advanced culinary insights, higher value wine
  • Advanced = skip tasting guides, and dive in to in-depth regional and historic information, more unique food pairings (if applicable), premium wines.
All attendees MUST be 21 or over.
 
Sponsored by: 

 

Join us to compare classic varietals grown and produced around the world against the same varietals grown and produced in Washington. Learn how differences in climate, vineyard practices, soil type, and winemaking style can affect the way varietals express themselves and let your palate decide your preference.

Instructor: TBA
Class Level: Intermediate
Tickets: $40 (plus tax) - industry or Wine Club, Please call (509) 786-1000 ext. 203 to purchase your tickets and receive your discount.

Ticket price includes a welcome splash on arrival, a discounted $1 tasting after class and a 10% discount opportunity on wine purchases after class.

Tickets are transferable in advance but not refundable.
 
All guests must be 21+ to attend.

Tickets must be purchased in advance.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
About Class Levels: no entry test or proof of experience needed to attend any classes – we list the level of class for our experienced guests

  • Novice = very basic information, including step by step tasting, wine etiquette, basic food pairing recommendations, surface level regional education, value wine.
  • Intermediate = brief tasting guide, historic and regional information, advanced culinary insights, higher value wine
  • Advanced = skip tasting guides, and dive in to in-depth regional and historic information, more unique food pairings (if applicable), premium wines.
All attendees MUST be 21 or over.

Tickets must be purchased in advance. Tickets are transferable in advance but not refundable. Ticket price includes a welcome splash on arrival, a discounted $1 tasting after class and a 10% discount opportunity on wine purchases after class.

CLASS CAPACITY
18 guests. Get your tickets early, these classes sell out!

Sponsored by:

Stock up on bubbles and treat your palate with 4 sparkling wines, expertly paired with 4 bites.


$40/person + tax
$35/person + tax for wine club & industry.

Instructor: William Pollard
Class Level: Intermediate

Ticket price includes a welcome splash on arrival, a discounted $1 tasting after class and a 10% discount opportunity on wine purchases after class.
Tickets are transferable in advance but not refundable. All guests must be 21+ to attend.
Tickets must be purchased in advance.

About Class Levels: no entry test or proof of experience needed to attend any classes – we list the level of class for our experienced guests

  • Novice = very basic information, including step by step tasting, wine etiquette, basic food pairing recommendations, surface level regional education, value wine.
  • Intermediate = brief tasting guide, historic and regional information, advanced culinary insights, higher value wine
  • Advanced = skip tasting guides, and dive in to in-depth regional and historic information, more unique food pairings (if applicable), premium wines.

 Sponsored by:

Legends 12th Anniversary Logo 3000 Color

The Legends of Washington Wine Hall of Fame Induction & Gala is the Clore Center's marquee annual event and fundraiser. The evening brings together industry groups, passionate consumers, and enthusiastic supporters from across the Pacific Northwest to celebrate a Legend of Washington wine and their contribution tot he industry's success and longevity. All proceeds from the event directly support the Clore Center's ongoing efforts to promote the industry's growth and development.

In 2018 the Clore Center is pleased to induct Dick and Wendy Shaw in the Hall of Fame. This year will feature a delectable heavy appetizer-style reception and wine with grapes sourced from several of the Shaw's vineyards. A live and silent auction will highlight Washington's most sough after wine labels, vineyard tours, wine experiences, and a chance to catch up with the Shaws on their quaint island in the Puget Sound. The evening will conclude with an opportunity for guests to show their support for Washington wine and the Clore Center with a paddle raise.

August 10, 2018
6:30 p.m.
$100/person + tax

Tickets are transferable in advance but not refundable. All guests must be 21+ to attend.
Tickets must be purchased in advance.

For sponsorship opportunities, click here.
For more information about the 2018 Legends Inductees, click here.

If your company would like to donate items to the live or silent auction, please contact Lottie Parker, Development Director, at lottie@theclorecenter.org.

Enjoy a seated tasting of Washington's most popular varietals, a Riesling, Chardonnay, Merlot, Syrah and Cabernet from 5 different AVAs

$20 per person + tax ($15 per person Clore Center Wine Club/Industry, call x203 to purchase tickets by phone)

Instructor: TBA

Class Level: Novice

Ticket price includes a welcome splash on arrival, a discounted $1 tasting after class and a 10% discount opportunity on wine purchases after class.
Tickets are transferable in advance but not refundable. All guests must be 21+ to attend.
Tickets must be purchased in advance.

About Class Levels: no entry test or proof of experience needed to attend any classes – we list the level of class for our experienced guests

  • Novice = very basic information, including step by step tasting, wine etiquette, basic food pairing recommendations, surface level regional education, value wine.
  • Intermediate = brief tasting guide, historic and regional information, advanced culinary insights, higher value wine
  • Advanced = skip tasting guides, and dive in to in-depth regional and historic information, more unique food pairings (if applicable), premium wines.

 

 

Sponsored by:

 

Washington's Big 5 August 18

Saturday, August 18

Stock up on bubbles and treat your palate with 4 sparkling wines, expertly paired with 4 bites.


$40/person + tax
$35/person + tax for wine club & industry.

Instructor: William Pollard
Class Level: Intermediate

Ticket price includes a welcome splash on arrival, a discounted $1 tasting after class and a 10% discount opportunity on wine purchases after class.
Tickets are transferable in advance but not refundable. All guests must be 21+ to attend.
Tickets must be purchased in advance.

About Class Levels: no entry test or proof of experience needed to attend any classes – we list the level of class for our experienced guests

  • Novice = very basic information, including step by step tasting, wine etiquette, basic food pairing recommendations, surface level regional education, value wine.
  • Intermediate = brief tasting guide, historic and regional information, advanced culinary insights, higher value wine
  • Advanced = skip tasting guides, and dive in to in-depth regional and historic information, more unique food pairings (if applicable), premium wines.

 Sponsored by:

Join us to compare classic varietals grown and produced around the world against the same varietals grown and produced in Washington. Learn how differences in climate, vineyard practices, soil type, and winemaking style can affect the way varietals express themselves and let your palate decide your preference.

Instructor: TBA
Class Level: Intermediate
Tickets: $40 (plus tax) - industry or Wine Club, Please call (509) 786-1000 ext. 203 to purchase your tickets and receive your discount.

Ticket price includes a welcome splash on arrival, a discounted $1 tasting after class and a 10% discount opportunity on wine purchases after class.

Tickets are transferable in advance but not refundable.
 
All guests must be 21+ to attend.

Tickets must be purchased in advance.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
About Class Levels: no entry test or proof of experience needed to attend any classes – we list the level of class for our experienced guests

  • Novice = very basic information, including step by step tasting, wine etiquette, basic food pairing recommendations, surface level regional education, value wine.
  • Intermediate = brief tasting guide, historic and regional information, advanced culinary insights, higher value wine
  • Advanced = skip tasting guides, and dive in to in-depth regional and historic information, more unique food pairings (if applicable), premium wines.
All attendees MUST be 21 or over.

Tickets must be purchased in advance. Tickets are transferable in advance but not refundable. Ticket price includes a welcome splash on arrival, a discounted $1 tasting after class and a 10% discount opportunity on wine purchases after class.

CLASS CAPACITY
18 guests. Get your tickets early, these classes sell out!

Sponsored by:

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