Taste of Tulalip: Only Two Weeks Left

In just two weeks, one of the best wine-and-food events in the northwest will be held at the Tulalip Resort Taste of Tulalip, a weekend extravaganza of excellent wine and delicious food.

A tasting reception and celebratory dinner start the weekend on Friday, Nov. 9, followed by the Grand Taste, which we have attended annually since it was first held four years ago. The good news – there are still tickets available!

What better way to spend a November Saturday afternoon? In addition to experiencing a taste sensation, you’ll probably find some great wines for your Thanksgiving dinner table or for holiday gifts for family and friends.

Grand Taste features pours from 65 Washington wineries, 20 Napa Valley wineries, 20 Oregon wineries, 20 Italian wineries and 20 French wineries, along with multiple food stations by Tulalip Resort‘s award-winning chefs.

Or you could get an all-access pass for Saturday, which includes an early entrance to the Grand Taste, plus cooking demonstrations and a magnum party featuring some of the most highly sought-after wines from around the world. Last year, we tasted the amazing Bordeaux, Chateau Margaux, at this magnificent magnum party.

Yes, we will most definitely be there again this year. And we are planning to stay over at the stunning Tulalip Resort again too.

Taste of Tulalip is recognized as one of the top Northwest foodie “happenings” – an explosion of aromas and flavors that kicks off the holiday season in a unique way.

    We hope to see you there!


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