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‘History Through the Vines’ at Walter Clore Center
January 23, 2016 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm$65
PROSSER, Wash. — The Walter Clore Center presents History Through the Vines, a look at the state’s oldest wine grape vines through a panel moderated by Andy Perdue, Seattle Times columnist and Great Northwest Wine editor-in-chief.
Perdue will be joined by author/vintner Ron Irvine and growers Todd Newhouse (Upland Vineyards), Mike Sauer (Red Willow Vineyard) and Kent Waliser (Sagemoor Farms), who will share the histories of these vineyards, and their connections to the earliest days of the Washington wine industry.
Read the story that inspired this event here.
This will be a special evening, including a social hour, elegant multi-course meal and wines from these historic vineyards.
Cost is $65 per person, or $520 for a table of 8.