Pete’s of Bellevue
September Tasting Schedule
September 5 3-6pm
Our monthly Ad Tasting. Check our website for the wines on special: www.peteswineshop.com
September 7 5-7pm
Don’t miss our First Thursday tasting! September’s featured winery is Wilridge Estate Wines: certified organic and biodynamic from the Wilridge Vineyard in Naches Heights AVA, northwest of Yakima. It’s one of the closes t central WA vineyards to Seattle. Come sample pinot grigio, chardonnay, sangiovese, malbec, Estate nebbiolo and Estate red dessert wine.
September 12 3-6pm
Dreyfus-Ashby Presents "Their Great Families of Wine"
Explore wines of the world with Jen Butler of Dreyfus Ashby as she pours selections from France (Drouhin), New Zealand (St. Clair), Italy (Ricasoli) and more. There will also be a couple of Oregon pinot noirs…be sure to join us!
September 19 3-6pm
American Northwest Presents:
Matthew and Patrick Rawn are fifth generation Yakima Valley farmers and sole owners of the Copeland Vineyard in Zillah since 2006, when they bought it from their family and went in to business together as 'Two Mountain Winery.' All of their fruit is estate grown and they offer a versatile collection of well-made and delicious wines, including what is widely considered one of Washington's most consistently fine Cabernet Franc Reserves. Join us for a tasting of this terrific lineup!
This is one area at the Bellevue Brewing Company where we absolutely do not cut corners, never have, never will. We are dead serious when it comes to brewing the beers we choose to brew. We use only the ﬁnest ingredients, most of them from right here in Washington, when handcrafting our various beers.
Our head brewer is about as dedicated to the brewing arts as one could be and enjoys blending old-world and modern brewing techniques when breathing life and complexity into the recipes he creates.
September 26 3-6pm
"The Wines of Northern Italy"
Since antiquity, the Italians have woven the finer things into the fabric of everyday life: exquisite art, sumptuous food and a seemingly endless supply of wine. Due to its temperate year-round climate, Italy claims twenty major wine-growing regions, and over 2000 indigenous grape varietals. Today we will learn some basic information about the northern Italian regions to enhance your enjoyment of northern Italian wines.
Featured winery's include: Aldo Conterno, Domenico Clerico, GD Vajra, Giacomo Borgongno, and Roccolo Grassi.
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