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Enumclaw Wine and Chocolate Festival
February 3 @ 4:00 pm - February 4 @ 9:00 pm$20
ENUMCLAW, Wash. — The Enumclaw Wine and Chocolate Festival will be Feb. 3-4 and more than 20 wineries are expected to return to the Enumclaw Expo Center for the ninth annual event.
This event averages more than 2,000 attendees who sample from 25 wineries, a dozen chocolatiers and more 50 gift and specialty vendors.
The list of past participating wineries at the Enumclaw Wine and Chocolate Festival includes Barrage Cellars, Convergence Zone Cellars, Cranberry Road Winery, Foxy Roxy Wines, Frenchman Hills Winery, Ginkgo Forest Winery, Hard Row to Hoe, Heyman Whinery, Kitzke Cellars, Knipprath Cellars, Lobo Hills Winery, Lost River Winery, Madsen Family Cellars, Masquerade Wine Co., Michael Florentino Cellars, Naches Heights Vineyard, Northwest Totem Cellars, Nota Bene Cellars, Patterson Cellars, Stina’s Cellars, Tulip Valley Vineyard, White Heron Cellars, Willis Hall Winery and Wilridge Winery.