Seattle Fresh Hops Festival – Oct. 7 & 8

Seattle Fresh Hops Festival
October 7th & 8th, 2016
Hale’s Palladium
4301 Leary Way NW
Friday, October 7
6-9 pm
Saturday, October 8
1-4 pm & 6-9 pm
Three sessions to choose from! 25 breweries will sample just released fresh hops brews. Food and sliders will be available from Hale’s. Join us for this seasonal, special event that benefits City Fruit. Featuring: Elysian Brewing Flycaster Brewing Fremont Brewing Lowercase Brewing Lucky Envelope Brewing No-Li Brewhouse Outlander Brewing Pike Brewing Redhook Brewery Schooner Exact Brewing
Cost:
$25/ ticket https://www.cityfruit.org/calendar/2016-fresh-hops-festival

Chardonnay Showdown ~ Wed. June 15th

Chardonnay Showdown –
Wed. June 15, 2016

Premiere on Pine – 40th Floor
1525 9th Ave. (& Pine) – Seattle
Private Trade/Media Tasting:
1-4 pm
Two Public Sessions: 5-7 & 7-9 pm ($20)

Industry Tasting For Media and Trade Only

Don’t miss the new Chardonnay Showdown trade/industry tasting held at the amazing new Premier on Pine across from Paramount downtown Seattle. We will do a trade/industry tasting followed by 2 short sessions for the general public. ($20)

Wines will be separated into 3 categories: *

* Unoaked
* Lightly Oaked
* Classic Style

This is a super cool new building and the tasting will be in the event space 40 floors up looking out over the city, with a huge outdoor patio with a view like no other. A fantastic place to kick off what will be an annual event!Chardonnay Showdown is a benefit for City Fruit and is a collaboration with Seattle Uncorked!
Get your tickets at www.cityfruit.org

Taste Oregon: March 21st

OREGON WINERIES INVADE WASHINGTON

The first ever TASTE OREGON is coming to Seattle Mon. March 21st! 40 wineries spanning the various regions of Oregon’s wine AVA’s will be descending entering the hallowed territory dominated by over 850 Washington wineries.  Industry & media friends will meet the winemakers from the neighboring Northwest wine region to come and try Oregon wines.

Oregon is a world-class wine region itself, with 18 approved wine growing regions, more than 600 wineries and more than 900 vineyards producing 72 varieties of grapes according to the Oregon Wine Board.

The private, industry only event is followed on Monday March 21st in the evening by a general public event from 6-9 pm, tickets are $30 advance and $40 at the door if still available. The event is produced as a collaboration between Seattle Uncorked and City Fruit, an organization that helps urban residents care for their fruit trees and then harvests and distribute what is usually unused fruit to provide assistance to local food banks.

Tickets are now available for the general public session at https://cityfruit.org/calendar/taste-oregon-benefiting-city-fruit and Facebook page is https://www.facebook.com/events/911179468995722

Comp. media tickets are available upon request!