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Olympic Peninsula Wine Association Wine makers dinner

Olympic Peninsula Wine Association

Saturday, November 9, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 9:30 PM (PST)

Sequim, WA

Olympic Peninsula Wine Association Wine makers dinner

Ticket Information

Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
Wine Makers "Hunter Menu" Dinner (Harvest Trail Passport price)
Harvest Trail Passport Subscriber's are those who have purchased the 2013 Harvest Wine / Cider Trail's self-guided tour package for $30.00, offering inclusive wine tastings at each winery. Remember! Get your ticket stamped at all seven wineries to enter a drawing for a wine themed gift basket. Plus, show your Passport at Nourish during Sunday Brunch and receive 10% off your bill!
Ended $60.00 $4.29
Wine Makers "Gather Menu" Dinner (Harvest Trail Passport price)
Harvest Trail Passport Subscriber's are those who have purchased the 2013 Harvest Wine / Cider Trail's self-guided tour package for $30.00, offering inclusive wine tastings at each winery. Remember! Get your ticket stamped at all seven wineries to enter a drawing for a wine themed gift basket. Plus, show your Passport at Nourish during Sunday Brunch and receive 10% off your bill! Non-Trail Subscriber's are those who have chosen to NOT purchased the 2013 Harvest Wine / Cider Trail's self-guided tour package for only $30.00, instead paying a $5.00 tasting fee per winery visited.
Ended $50.00 $3.74
Wine Makers "Hunter Menu" Dinner (Non-Passport price)
Non-Harvest Trail Passport Subscriber's are those who have chosen to NOT purchased the 2013 Harvest Wine / Cider Trail's self-guided tour Passport for only $30.00, instead paying a $5.00 tasting fee per winery visited.
Ended $70.00 $4.84
Wine Makers "Gather Menu" Dinner (Non-Passport price)
Non-Harvest Trail Passport Subscriber's are those who have chosen to NOT purchased the 2013 Harvest Wine / Cider Trail's self-guided tour Passport for only $30.00, instead paying a $5.00 tasting fee per winery visited.
Ended $60.00 $4.29
Beverage Flight (5-pair wine/cider pours) optional   more info Ended $15.00 $1.82

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Event Details

Celebrate the fall Harvest with a delicious dinner prepared in partnership with four of our North Olympic Peninsula Wine producers; Harbinger Winery, Finn River Cidery, Camaraderie Cellars and Wind Rose Cellars. Conversation and celebration around large family tables will enliven with course introductions by Chef and Wine makers alike.

RSVP soon as this limited diner special will sell out quickly!

Harvest Wine Trail Passport holders will enjoy five-course banquet of either:

Hunter Menu $60 plus $15 beverage flight option, featuring main course entree choices of  Duck, Pork or Salmon, (Click on image below for delicious menu details!)

Gatherer Menu $50 plus $15 beverage flight option, featuring main course entree choices of Carnival Squash stuffed with quinoa and vegetable or Field Roast with Nash field peas! (Click on image below for delicious menu details!)

Enjoy Live  Classical Jazz Guitar by Jason Popelka!

Savor the passion and dedication of a true Farm-to-Fork culinary experience as Tanya Rose and her staff pair and prepare a delicious multi-course meal with representative samplings of the best our North Olympic Peninsula wine and cider makers have to offer. Sign-up today!

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Have questions about Olympic Peninsula Wine Association Wine makers dinner? Contact Olympic Peninsula Wine Association

When & Where



Nourish Sequim
1345 S Sequim Ave
Sequim, WA 98382

Saturday, November 9, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 9:30 PM (PST)


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Olympic Peninsula Wine Association

The Olympic Peninsula Wineries are a group of hands-on owners/winemakers committed to handcrafting excellent, award-winning Washington wines. Each winery offers visitors friendly hospitality and a unique, memorable experience. Owners/winemakers are often available to personally pour for the visitors in their tasting rooms and to answer questions.

Many of our members utilize grapes from eastern Washington's great vineyards while others harvest their own fruit grown on this side of the mountains. In either case, these Washington wines are made using classic methods that produce the perfect complement to a meal -- be it a picnic on the winery grounds or the most elegant of candlelight dinners.

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