Spring into Washington Wine Season with 4 Great Chefs

April 13, 2015

Four award winning chefs and over 30 Washington wineries will be serving their best this Sunday, April 19 from 5 to 9 PM at the Woodinville Wine Country White and Rosé Affair at Novelty Hill Januik Winery. 

Chef Thierry Rautureau (Loulay Kitchen & Bar and Luc Restaurants in Seattle, above) will be grilling up lamb; Chef Elias Castro (Olympia Provisions, Portland) will be working his charcuterie magic.  Also, Chefs Bobby Moore (Barking Frog, Woodinville ) and Seth Fernald (Novelty Hill Januik Winery, Woodinville ) will be providing their finest and we know from firsthand experience it will be tasty! You can find these culinary delights paired with the perfect wine – rosé and whites upstairs, award winning reds downstairs.

Woodinville has certainly grown in wine quality and diversity with over three million cases produced yearly with most grapes sourced from Eastern Washington which currently has nine AVA’s. Woodinville is 30 minutes east of Seattle and has three distinct tasting districts: Hollywood, West Valley and Warehouse.  

Among the many other wine events scheduled for spring and summer is the twice monthly Thursday night “Savor at Sunset- Thursday Wine Walk.” For more information on this and other events, click here.

About our guest contributor:
Michael Fagin is a freelance travel writer who has traveled across Canada and visited all the major Canadian wine regions. Mr. Fagin is currently touring the Pacific Northwest enjoying the wine country, dining, and hiking the region. While he is not writing Mr. Fagin is a weather forecaster for West Coast Weather, LLC forecasting weather for the West Coast of the US as well as on an international basis.