Washington Wine Month is here! Celebrate all things fermented and support your local Washington State wineries all month long right here in Seattle with specials at PatagōnSeaplane Kitchen & BarStoneburner and Bastille!

Patagōn Vintner Series Launch Dinner: Pepper Bridge and Amavi

(Photo Credit: Patagōn)

Patagōn is kicking off its vintner series with the first wine dinner featuring wines from Pepper Bridge Winery and Amavi Cellars. Paired with a variety of Argentine-inspired dishes, this wine dinner pays homage to winemaker Jean-Francois Pellett, one of the Pacific Northwest’s most iconic winemakers.

Menu:

  • Alaskan Halibut with fried capers, beurre blanc, micro cilantro and pea vine, Pepper Bridge Sauvignon Blanc, 2017
  • Ratatouille with smoked olive tapenade and choppa bread, Amavi Cellars Syrah, 2015
  • Duck Leg with cherry plum sauce and toasted hazelnut, Pepper Bridge Merlot, 2015
  • Venison with coffee rub, smoked blackberry and polenta paired, Amavi Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon, 2015
  • Filet Mignon with gorgonzola croquette, rosemary and currant chimichurri, Pepper Bridge Cabernet Sauvignon, 2015
    • Date: Friday, March 15
    • Time: 7 p.m.
    • Price: $125 per person excluding tax and gratuity
    • Patagōn: 1610 2nd Avenue, Seattle 98101
    • Reservations: call 206-256-7520

https://www.patagonseattle.com/

Winemaker Happy Hour at Seaplane Kitchen & Bar

(Photo Credit: a’Maurice Cellars)

Seaplane is launching its winemaker happy hour just in time for Washington Wine Month! Every Monday throughout March a variety of wines from select local wineries will be offered at the restaurant. Pricing includes a wine tasting plus light bites from Chef Jason Stoneburner. Guest can also purchase bottles and cases directly from the winery during the happy hour. Programming will continue after March.

  • Dates and wineries:
    • Monday, March 4: áMaurice
    • Monday, March 11 + 18: LEX in Burgundy
    • Monday, March 25: Sagemoor
    • Monday, April 1: Betz
    • Tuesday, April 9: Two Vintners
    • Monday, April 15: Kerloo
    • Monday, April 22: Cadence
    • Monday, April 29: The Walls
  • Time: 3 – 5 p.m.
  • Price: $5 per person
  • Seaplane Kitchen & Bar: 6704 NE 181st St, Kenmore 98028

https://www.seaplanekitchen.com/

Wine Flights at Stoneburner

(Photo Credit: Stoneburner)

During Washington Wine Month, the star of the show is Syrah. Washington has gone all in on Syrah, for good reason as the grape is suited for the dry, hot days and cool nights of Eastern Washington, so Stoneburner is showing it off. The flight includes three of the restaurant’s sommelier’s favorite producers to show the heights Syrah has risen to. Additionally, wine will be availableon the Coravin.

  • Flight:
    • Wine 1: Kerloo, Columbia Valley, 2016
    • Wine 2: Eight Bells, 8 Clones, Red Willow Vineyard, Yakima, 2014
    • Wine 3: Gramercy Cellars, The Deuce, Walla Walla, 2015
  • Price: $22 for flight ($8 taste, $16 glass, $80 bottle)
  • On the Coravin: Betz, Cote Rousse, Red Mountain, 2015 ($6/oz, $28 glass)
  • Stoneburner: 5214 Ballard Ave NW, Seattle 98107

https://www.stoneburnerseattle.com/

Wine Flights at Bastille

(Photo Credit: Bastille)

Bastille is celebrating Washington wine month by featuring Syrah and Grenache wines. The restaurant’s sommeliers believe these to be the two most promising varieties in the state, which is why they’re bringing guests their favorites for the month dedicated to wines. Additionally, wine will be available on the Coravin.

  • Flight:
    • Wine 1: Gramercy Syrah, Lower East, Columbia Valley, 2015
    • Wine 2: Latta, Grenache, Upland Vineyard, Snipes Mountain, 2014
    • Wine 3: WT Vintners, Stoney Vine Red Blend, Walla Walla, 2014
  • Price: $22 for flight ($8 taste, $16 glass, $80 bottle)
  • On the Coravin: Betz, La Serenne, Boushey Vineyard, Yakima, 2011 ($6/oz, $28 glass)
  • Bastille: 5307 Ballard Ave NW, Seattle 98107

http://www.bastilleseattle.com/

About Lesley Michelle

Lesley is the founder and editor of What's Up NW. Lesley does love her beer and writes about that A LOT, but she also loves to shine the light on local events, people and businesses that call the Pacific Northwest home!

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