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Syrah education with wine columnist Coke Roth at The Reach
September 18, 2014 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm$45
RICHLAND, Wash. — Wine Press Northwest columnist Coke Roth partners with Yoke’s Fresh Market to present six examples of Syrah from the Columbia Valley for this three-hour wine education seminar that serves as a fundraiser for the Hanford Reach Interpretive Center.
Roth, a winery consultant and acclaimed international wine judge, will lead guests through a tasting of Syrah made with grapes from the Horse Heaven Hills, the Rattlesnake Hills, Red Mountain, Wahluke Slope, Walla Walla Valley and the Yakima Valley. Cheeses will be provided by Yoke’s, and guests receive a complimentary Hanford Reach Foundation wine glass.
Cost is $35 for members of The Reach Foundation, $45 for others. Proceeds go to the The Reach Foundation, a non-profit Washington corporation.
For registration and information, contact Kris Cargile at 509-943-4100 or email [email protected] Reach Foundation members are urged to call or email to register because discounts can’t be applied if pay via PayPal.
Space is limited, so early registration is encouraged.
The center, which opened in July, is a museum and visitor center that illustrates the history of the Columbia Basin and the Columbia River’s Hanford Reach, a portion that’s viewed as the country’s last remaining free-flowing section of the river above Bonneville Dam.
The purpose of the Reach Foundation is to foster the growth and success of the Hanford Reach Interpretive Center through community involvement and financial support. The foundation and its board of directors assist with community support and fundraising.