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Scenes from Taste Washington 2016 in Seattle
SEATTLE – Thousands of Washington wine fans poured into Taste Washington for four days of fun, food, wine – and a little education.
The 19th annual Taste Washington grand tasting took place at the CenturyLink Field Event Center near historic Pioneer Square, drawing wine lovers from throughout North America. More than 200 wineries and nearly 100 restaurants took part in the country’s largest single-region wine-and-food event.
Here are a few photos from the weekend’s festivities.