Pour, sip, taste and dance with some Washington wine in hand at the Fremont Studios this November.
Seattle’s 20something-The New Vintage, presented by the Washington Wine Commission in conjunction with Seattle’s Convention and Visitors Bureau, is a more modern affair that offers wineries throughout Washington a chance to show off what they’ve pulled from their vines.
More than 50 wineries are showcasing a variety of reds and whites. Some are veterans in the field such as Andrew Will Winery, Charles Smith Wines and L’Ecole No. 41, while others are fresh to the vineyards such as Robert Ramsey Cellars, Mackey Vineyards and DaMa Wines.
Guests will have the chance to intermingle and perhaps drop some moves with any of the winemakers present as DJ Darek Mazzon, host of the World Radio Music Program who’s worked with such artist as Santana and Pearl Jam, pulsates the Fremont Studios atmosphere with his mixing skills.
The New Vintage encourages its guests to plan ahead by booking transportation if overindulgence is a problem. And with more than 50 wineries present, a lack of self-containment is bound to arise. Luckily an assortment of local food fair from more than 10 different vendors like RN74, Delicatus, The Yellow Cupcake Co., among others, is being offered for pairings as well as to ward off the stumble.
Of course sipping responsibly is highly encouraged as it not only maintains self-integrity, but integrity of the wine as well.
Who: 20something-The New Vintage
When: Saturday, November 17, 6-10pm
Where: Fremont Studios
How Much: $50 on Brown Paper Tickets