Fetzer Vineyards has been a rebel winery since 1968 When Barney Fetzer started making wine in Northern California. Neighbors tried to tell him how to make wine, but he tore up the rulebook and made wine the way he wanted to – the old school way.
Living in the Northwest is a treat. One of the best things about being here is the bounty of fresh seafood available to us. From salmon and clams to oysters and crab, Seattle’s restaurant scene isn't lacking for great seafood. We've gathered an A-list of Seattle's restaurants and seafood companies for POP! Bubbles & Seafood - the new Saturday night kick off event for the Seattle Wine and Food Experience.
More than just a tasting, Seattle Wine and Food Experience aims to brings guests education about the food and beverage products. These unique tasting experiences offers the ticket buyer extended value and turns the event into an experience they will remember.
Erath Winery, Spring Valley Vineyards, Northstar and Col Solare are among this collection of wineries spotlighted at this year’s Seattle Wine and Food Experience.
Eye of the Needle Winery is all about blending.
It all started when Tim Kennedy and his family opened a makeshift 15,000 square foot facility in Auburn, stocking it with used equipment and a lot of muscle. The result was the original small batch thick sliced hand spiced potato chips.
This year the Seattle Wine and Food Experience returns with not one, but two great events! Beyond the Sunday grand tasting, the Seattle Wine and Food Experience will feature a new Saturday night kickoff event hosted by Seattle magazine.
Coming in the new year, Seattle magazine's planned another food-and-drink-filled fete: Pop! Bubbles & Seafood, a tasting party loaded with Pacific Northwest gems like oysters and salmon, plus sparkling beverages aplenty.
Save the date for the premier showcase of food and beverages in the city when the Seattle Wine and Food Experience returns Sunday, February 22 at Seattle Center Exhibition Hall.