The Enological Society of the Pacific Northwest (also known as the Seattle Wine Society) will end its run after 35 years with an evening of wine appreciation featuring a gourmet dinner, distinguished guest speakers and an open mic opportunity to reflect on the accomplishments of the organization on November 8. Proceeds from the evening will benefit the Historical Exhibit at the Walter Clore Center in Prosser, WA.
“This event will serve as the grand finale for the organization and celebrate 35 years of education and awareness that the SES brought to its members,” said Gerry Warren, SES Board Member. “The early educational opportunities we offered our members sparked wine awareness and brought it to new heights. “
Started by a diverse group of wine enthusiast in the mid-1970s by a diverse group of wine enthusiasts, the Seattle Enological Society is an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization dedicated to the appreciation of wine and food through educational events in the Puget Sound region.
The celebratory evening begins with hors d’oeuvres and a wine tasting reception followed by a gourmet three-course dinner paired with wines from the Ste. Michelle Wine Estates portfolio.
Distinguished Guests speakers for the evening include:
- Ted Baseler (President & CEO, Ste. Michelle Wine Estates)
- Brian Carter (Winemaker, Brian Carter Cellars)
- Myron Redford (President & Former Winemaker, Amity Vineyards)
- Allen Shoup (Founder, Long Shadows)
Celebrating the End of An Era
Thursday, November 8; 6-9 p.m.
Chateau Ste. Michelle Ballroom (14111 NE 145th Street, Woodinville)
Tickets: $125 or purchase a table of 8 for $1,000 – purchase your tickets here