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Ray’s Boathouse Fall Forage Wine Dinner with Betz Family Winery
October 16, 2015 @ 6:30 pm$125
Ray’s Boathouse invites wine lovers on Friday, Oct. 16 to experience the Feast of the Fall Forage menu along with wines from award-winning, locally owned and operated Betz Family Winery. Founding winemaker Bob Betz is Washington’s only Master of Wine and is recognized as one of the country’s top vintners.
The wine dinner features five courses in partnership with some of Ray’s beloved local purveyors including Taylor Shellfish‘s Olympia oysters, Penn Cove mussels, Pacific Northwest albacore from Olympic Seafoods and gorgeous mushrooms, berries and greens from Foraged & Found Edibles.
Each course will be expertly paired with exquisite Betz Family Winery wines, and Betz managing owner Steve Griessel will share the story behind each wine.
Tickets are $125 per person (excluding tax and gratuity). The reception begins at 6:30 p.m., with dinner seating at 7 p.m. The event is limited to ages 21 and older.
Reservations required and seating is limited. Reserve your seats today at 206-789-6309 or [email protected].
Betz Family Winery was founded in 1997 and is a leader in producing excellent Washington wines by collaborating with Washington growers to yield the highest quality grapes, season after season.