Plan Ahead: Sip Fine Wine While Watching the Apple Cup!
Enjoy the Apple Cup in the best way possible — with delicious food and fine wine at Daniel’s Broiler in Seattle. Winemakers Damon Huard and Drew Bledsoe will share their award-winning, exclusive wines to sip as you celebrate the legendary rivalry. Enjoy a glass of Double Time — a joint venture between Huard’s winery, Passing Time, and Bledsoe’s winery, Doubleback. General admission is $225 per person. The evening will start at 5 p.m. on Nov. 25 with a VIP reception in the Rickhouse Whiskey Bar an hour before dinner. For more information, or to reserve your spot, visit their website.
Become a Wine and Charcuterie Expert in One Night
Drumroll Wine and FrogLegs Culinary want you to join them for their Drumroll Wine Tasting + Charcuterie Composition Workshop. Learn the ins and outs of tasting wine, wine composition, and the art of creating the perfect charcuterie board. And of course, you’ll enjoy great wine and food throughout the evening. The class is $85 per person and includes a glass of wine, selection of cheese, crackers, meats, fruit, and preserves. The next class will take place from 6-8 p.m. on Nov. 8 at their Seattle location. There will be a couple of additional classes in December. For more information, and to get tickets, click here.
Help Tinte Cellars Support Those Affected by Wildfire in Wine Country
The wildfires in California have devastated many communities and left a lot of us in the uncomfortable position of wanting to help, but not knowing how. Tinte Cellars has stepped up with an easy way for you to get onboard: Grape Relief. From Nov. 1-10, Tinte Cellars will donate 5 percent of wine sales to the United Way of the Wine Country’s fund, which goes toward the Kincade Fire relief efforts. They’ve even jumpstarted the campaign by donating $500. To learn more, visit their website here. Other local wineries are stepping up as well. To see a list of participating wineries visit the Woodinville Wine Country website.