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Secret Crush of Wine Yakima Valley
February 17 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm$75
YAKIMA, Wash. — The third annual Secret Crush marks the beginning of Wine Yakima Valley’s Red Wine and Chocolate Weekend with an evening featuring some of the valley’s highest-rated wines served at Yakima Country Club.
The three-hour event, which begins at 6 p.m., showcases award-winning, 90-point or gold medal wines and features appetizers by Greg Masset, the country club’s executive chef.
Cost to attend Secret Crush is $75 per person.
As part of this Yakima Valley festival, wineries from Yakima, Zillah, Prosser and Red Mountain will be offering a weekend of divine decadence with the Premier Pass ($35) — the only way to experience the depth of the Yakima Valley during Red Wine & Chocolate weekend.
Pass holders receive access to exclusive pairings, library tastings and tours not available to the public. Purchase your Premier Pass and Secret Crush ticket at www.wineyakimavalley.org, If you want to make a weekend out of it, you can purchase your Secret Crush and Red Wine & Chocolate event pass online by Feb. 10 as package deal for just $95 — a savings of $15.