Where To Go in February

GDP shares 5 fabulous wine events not to be missed!


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Seattle: February 24, 2013

I'm not sure about visiting Seattle in February, but I'm always open to new experiences. I haven't been to Seattle in several years, but If I were to head out west sometime soon, I might want to try to plan my visit around The Seattle Wine and Food Experience. When else would I get the chance to taste through the wines of dozens of wineries from up and down the West Coast? These wines come not only from Washington, though they are well-represented, but also from Oregon, Idaho, and even a few Californians.

Of course as the name suggests this is about more than just wines, and with over two dozen restaurants and producers presenting, this is in fact a veritable smorgasbord of the best of Seattle. I travel a lot, and by a lot I mean too much, but one of the issues I usually have to deal with is whittling down the myriad restaurants I want to visit to the mere handful that I can. Here's the solution: put them all in one place!


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  • Snooth User: EMark
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    Lots of fun things. I think that Mendocino event sounds very interesting. I hope that one of the Northern California Snoothers can get over there and give is a report.

    Feb 04, 2013 at 3:22 PM

  • Feel sorry for those of you in NY... Napa and Sonoma for me in a few days!

    Feb 04, 2013 at 7:05 PM

  • The Alsace Varietals festival is an awesome event. I went a few years ago with my older brother and had a great time. Tasty food and great wines from all over the country & overseas.
    Besides Navarro, my favorites were the intriguing wines from the Leelanau Peninsula: Bel Lago (Auxerrois!), Black Star Farms, Left Foot Charley & Chateau Grand Traverse.
    Bel Lago doesn't ship outside of MI, so local Snoothers, check them out.

    Feb 06, 2013 at 5:38 PM

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