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Tempranillo blind tasting at Walter Clore Center
September 3, 2015 @ 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm$30
PROSSER, Wash. — On the first Thursday of every month, the Walter Clore Center offers a blind tasting of a specific variety.
Tasting wines blind, without knowing the winemaker, the winery, the price or seeing the label is a great way to develop your palate, discover new wines and make your own decisions about price indicating your preference for wines.
On Sept. 3, taste Tempranillo produced by six different Washington winemakers and see what your palate prefers as you enjoy an evening in the Walter Clore Center Tasting Room along with light appetizers.
Cost is $30 per person for this two-hour event.