Seattle Magazine’s Tasting Event of the Summer: Red, White and Brew

Join Seattle magazine’s tasting event of the summer: Red, White and Brew. In its third year the event honors the wineries featured in the 9th Annual Best Washington Wine Awards, selected by a panel of the top sommeliers and wine professionals in Seattle. Only wineries that have made the Washington Wine Awards are invited to pour. 
Event Details
Friday, July 25th 6pm-9pm
Fremont Foundry Rooftop Terrace – 154 North 35th Street
Attendees: 350 (event sold out last year and will probably sell out the week of the event) 
Tickets: $55 per person inclusive of all beverages and food – Get tickets
Check seattlemag.com to purchase tickets

EatSeattle readers will receive 15% off by using promo code: EATS.
Participating Wineries & Breweries:
Charles Smith / K Vintners 
Chateau Ste Michelle 
Dusted Valley
Efeste Wine
Fremont Brewing 
For a Song Wine 
Gramercy Cellars 
Georgetown Brewing 
Forgeron Cellars 
Iron Horse Brewing 
Januik Winery 
Lantern Brewing 
Lobo Hills Wine 
Long Shadows 
Wine Mark 
Ryan Winery 
Michelle Sparkling Wines 
Novelty Hill
Pike Brewing
Soos Creek 
Wine Cellars 
Stoup Brewing
Tamarack Cellars 
Treveri Cellars 
Woodward Canyon 
W.T. Vintners

Menu Sneak Peek
A delicious menu from On Safari Foods is included in the ticket cost: 

-Clams & mussels in garlic butter sauce
-Sweet potato salmon cakes
-Domestic cheese & fruit platters
-“Bunny Chow” traditional South African dish of stuffed brioche rolls with your choice of curry, meatballs or pulled pork
-Fingerling potatoes with creme fraiche & Ikura caviar
-Adult-only milkshakes spiked with whisky
-Selection of cupcakes: red velvet, Nutella-filled chocolate, coconut lime or strawberry lemonade AND MORE!

Tasting Awards Methodology
Nominations for this year’s Washington Wine Awards were solicited from a panel of Washington wine and food professionals. More than 100 wines receiving the most votes in the award categories qualified for a blind tasting, which took place on March 3, 2014. The tasting was conducted by a panel of 20 industry professionals and the wines were scored using a 10- point system. The wine with the most points won. Winners for Wine of the Year (red and white) were wines nominated in that category that received the highest scores at the tasting. The 9th Annual WA Wine Awards were produced by Yashar Shayan.

9th Annual Washington Wine Awards Tasting Panelists (participated in the March 3, 2014, tasting)
Shannon Borg, Seattle Magazine
Jason Marvin, Pike & Western Wine Shop Paul Zitarelli, Full Pull Wines
Mark Takagi, Metropolitan Market
Joey Lopaka, The Herbfarm
Jeffrey Dorgan, Sky City at the Space Needle Lane Hoss, Anthony’s Restaurants
David LeClaire, Seattle Uncorked
Jeff Lindsay-Thorsen, RN74
Rebecca Murphy, Dallas Morning News Wine Competition
Jamie Peha, Table Talk NW / Peha Promotions
Bruce Sturgeon, Blueacre Seafood
Regina Daigneault, Northwest Wine Academy at South Seattle Community College Lenny Rede, Esquin Wine & Spirits
Doug Charles, Compass Wines
Tommy Garland, QFC
Rand Sealey, Review of Washington Wines
Joel Butler, WineKnow
Cyril Frechier, Cafe Campagne
Katelyn Peil, Purple Cafe
Kyle Wright, The Rainier Club
Bob Betz, Master of Wine, Betz Family Winery
Chris Horn, Heavy Restaurant Group

SURVEY PANELISTS (participated via survey only) Tom Thompson, Tulalip Resort
April Pogue, Loulay
Nelson Daquip, Canlis
Allison Helfen, The Wine Alley
Cortney Lease, Wild Ginger
Clive Pursehouse, Northwest Wine Anthem Tim O’Brien, Salty’s Restaurants
Chris Tanghe, Aragona
Erik Liedholm, John Howie Restaurants
David Lusby, Amazon Wine
Erin James, Sip Northwest editor
Rick McMaster, Vino At The Landing
Shayn Bjornholm, Court of Master Sommeliers

Benefiting
EarthCorps engages community volunteers in restoring neighborhood parks and urban forests around the Puget Sound. With the help of 12,000 volunteers annually, EarthCorps staff and corps members work to reestablish healthy, native habitats by rebuilding natural, self- sustaining ecosystems.

EarthCorps provides a year-long intensive program for young adults from the US and 80 other countries to learn best practices in community-based environmental restoration and develop their leadership skills.



Written by Charles

Charles Koh founded EatSeattle, and has continued to use his expertise as editor-in-chief to guide the website’s growth over the last five years. Koh’s experience focuses on digital marketing and social media, and has been a part of several companies, some of which he created, specializing in both areas over the course of his career. Koh was previously with Google and Zagat where he helped expand and grow communities worldwide.

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