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Secret Crush

Secret Crush

February 02, 2015

Can you keep a secret?  Yakima Valley Wines is hosting a new event on the eve of its long celebrated Red Wine and Chocolate weekend, Secret Crush.  The event will be held on Friday the 13th at the 4th Street Theatre in Yakima and is limited to only 200 people. 

Why you don’t want to miss this event:

  • Experience the best of the best.  They will only be serving gold medal and 90+ point valley wines. 
  • Get a head start on determining which wineries you want to visit during Red Wine and Chocolate.
  • Growers will be pouring so it’s a great opportunity to learn about how the wines are made, where the grapes were grown, and pick up other insights.
  • Appetizers and a live cooking demo by wine country chef Roger Hazzard of Bon Vino’s Bistro and Bakery in Sunnyside.
  • Plenty of variety with over 40 wines to choose from.

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Participating wineries include Airfield Estates (Prosser), Chandler Reach (Benton City), Cultura Wine (Zillah), Gilbert Cellars (Yakima), Hightower Cellars (Red Mountain), Kana Winery (Yakima), Kestrel Vintners (Prosser), Lookout Point Winery (Selah), Naches Heights Vineyard (Naches Heights), Portteus Winery (Zillah), Reflection Vineyard (Zillah), Treveri Cellars (Wapato), Two Mountain Winery (Zillah), Thurston Wolfe (Prosser) and Wineglass Cellars (Zillah).

To purchase tickets, click here.  To learn more about the Red Wine and Chocolate event, click here.

Other links you might like:

Red Wine & Chocolate | Food & Wine | Spring Barrel Tasting

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