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Friday, August 17th, 2018 at 6:30 PM
WINEMAKER DINNER SERIES, Private homes around the Puget Sound
$500 per person includes tax and gratuity.
Learn more: https://auctionofwawines.org/events/winemaker-dinner-series/
The second and third wineries to establish themselves in the Walla Walla Valley are coming together to pour their wines for this special evening. Estate grown, unrelenting commitment to quality, and generations of farming describe both of these icons. Owners and winemakers Rick Small and Darcey Fugman-Small of Woodward Canyon and Marty and Megan Clubb of L’Ecole No 41 will be on hand to share their wines and numerous stories.
This artistry of the grape is being joined by Chef Rob Sevcik, a Rover’s and Loulay alum, who is focusing on the artistry and craft of cuisine at his newly-opened his first restaurant, Galerie 23. Rob goes beyond merely serving a meal, and instead focuses on delivering an experience for his guests.
Enjoy the Ft. Lauderdale flair of canal living at the home of Cherie Hill, where you’ll pass the evening watching the boats go by as you take in the views on a classic Seattle summer evening.