Washington wine month ends March 31 and now, more than ever, our state wineries need our support. All over the state, wineries shut down their tasting rooms and are taking special measures to deal with COVID-19 Coronavirus.
Most importantly, they appreciate our purchases of their wine. Many still offer online sales. Some provide curbside pickup. Check your favorite wineries directly for details. Meanwhile, here is the list of Washington wines that have been in our glasses lately, to celebrate Washington wine month. However, it’s also important to note that we applaud Washington wine every month of every year.
Wine festivals and some wine release weekends are canceled. Numerous wineries are shutting down tasting rooms or taking special measures to deal with COVID-19 Coronavirus. Below are some event and winery updates as of today (March 14). However, this list does not cover all local wineries. Overall, the situation is changing daily. Therefore, check directly with your favorite wineries to find out their status. And please support the industry by stocking up on wine during this difficult time.
Taste Washington 2020 has been canceled because of concerns about the current COVID-19 Coronavirus situation.
A press release announced: “It is with much disappointment that Taste Washington, due to take place March 19-22, 2020 in Seattle, has been canceled. Due to growing concerns across the U.S., we are unfortunately not able to execute Taste Washington at the quality level our attendees have come to expect. Taste Washington has been a vibrant wine and food festival for more than 20 years, and we are confident that it will return better than ever in March 2021.” Continue reading →
Great news – you can purchase ticketsnow to see John Legend at Chateau Ste. Michelle on September 10 and 11. In 2017, his shows at the winery sold out quickly. As a result, we highly recommend that you run, don’t walk, to get yours now. We saw his concert at the winery in 2017, and it was amazing.
This was before he became a coach on The Voice and was named People Magazine’s Sexiest Man Alive 2019. John Legend’s shows are only two of many to be held during the winery’s Concert Series this summer.