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Walter Clore Center blind tasting of Petit Verdot
April 7, 2016 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm$30
PROSSER, Wash. — On the first Thursday of the month, the Walter Clore Wine and Culinary Center will offer a blind tasting of a specific varietal. Petit Verdot is the featured grape for April.
Tasting wines blind – without knowing the winemaker, the winery, the price or seeing the label – is a great way to develop your palate, discover new wines and make your own decisions about price indicating your preference for wines.
Welcome splashes are poured at 6 p.m. Tickets are $30 plus tax and include appetizers and six wines to sample. Clore wine club members and industry folks, please call April at 509-786-1000, ext. 204 to purchase your tickets and receive your discount.
Please note tickets are required to be purchased in advance, in order to have wines pre-poured and ensure enough food.
Tickets are transferable in advance, but non-refundable.