After a three-year hiatus, Taste Washington returns to the Evergreen State in Seattle this March. The festival is the nation’s largest single-region wine and food event, and this year’s celebration will exhibit the iconic two-day Grand Tasting on March 11 and 12, highlighting over 250 wineries alongside several of the state’s top eateries.
Other favorite events will also return, including The New Vintage, a soiree of wine, spirits, and late night eats with a live DJ; Sunday Brunch, where guests can gather and enjoy the ultimate comfort meal; and the Seminar Series, which brings together leading wine experts from around the country. To really wow visitors upon return, Taste Washington will be promoting two new opportunities to sip, eat, and gather, including Pacific Standard, a nautically inclined evening spent highlighting and enjoying the region’s seafood; and a Dinner Series, connecting local chefs and winemakers for a memorable meal.
The Washington State Wine Commission partnered with Seattle-based production company SE Productions to host this event for its 24th time. “Taste Washington is a pinnacle festival for our state, and we can’t wait to see the Washington wine family gathering together in Seattle this March for the best one yet,” says Chris Stone, vice president of marketing and communications for the Washington State Wine Commission, in a prepared statement.