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Taste! Washington is more than just tasty wine

Taste! Washington is known among eonophiles as one of the most exciting wine events of the year. With more than 200 Washington wineries all under one roof, it’s like a wine tour on crack, no party bus necessary.

What I’m equally as excited about, though, is the food. At least 60 of the state’s best restaurants will also be under one roof, providing delectable treats to pair with all that wine.

Just to name a few:

  • Anitas Crepes
  • Barrio
  • Carmelita
  • City Catering
  • Crush
  • Dahlia Lounge
  • Island Soul Caribbean Cuisine
  • Perche No
  • Spring Hill
  • Wild Ginger
  • Uli’s Famous Sausages

It’s a great opportunity to hit quite a lineup of A-listers. I’m heading straight for Barrio to try their Beef Tartare Tostaditas with radishes and sea salt.

Seminars begin at the Bell Harbor International Conference Center on Saturday, April 4th. This one doesn’t exactly roll off the tongue, but in the seminar titled “Food & Wine Magazine’s Best New Chefs’ Best New Washington Wines,” panelists including chefs Jonathan Sundstrom (Lark) and Jason Wilson (Crush) will talk about which wines they love and what they like to eat with them. Others will discuss the “garageist” winemakers that are gaining cult status, plus head-to-head taste-offs between Washington and French wines.

The Grand Tasting at Qwest Field Event Center on Sunday is where the real fun begins, where Washington Wine Commission’s Ryan Pennington promises “lots and lots of wine tasting and food sampling, some cooking demonstrations, various exhibits, and some fun wine and prize contests. I highly recommend spitting while you taste or it could be an early night.

Refer article to read complete article, please visit:http://www.examiner.com/x-5665-Seattle-Restaurant-News-Examiner~y2009m3d31-Taste-Washington-is-more-than-just-tasty-wine

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