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This annual event offers take-home meals and stays in support of local wineries and restaurants.

26. January – SEATTLE – While there are no in-person events at Taste Washington this year, it is more important than ever to support our local wine and food communities. The eighth. In February, Taste Washington organizers will announce an innovative offering of on-site activation and hotel wine packages in lieu of face-to-face events.

Taste Washington every March and has been one of the most famous wine and food festivals in the country for 22 years. This year, the Taste of Washington is celebrating a month of new and unique ways to keep the spirit alive.

For safety reasons and to comply with legal requirements, we have decided not to host a face-to-face festival that attracts thousands of people indoors. Nonetheless, we look forward to returning to the event in Washington, D.C. in 2022, said Ali Daniels, senior vice president and general manager of Visit Seattle. This year, we are working hard to find new ways to showcase all that makes our state great, with safety being paramount.

March is also Wine Month, making it the perfect combination to safely enjoy the taste of Washington 2021. Washington tasting organizers are partnering with leading wineries and restaurants in Washington State to offer wine deals, takeout packages, recipes and hotel wine packages throughout the month of March.

Washington wines are on the world stage, and this year’s Taste Washington 2021 offers new and creative ways to support and enjoy local wines, said Steve Warner, president of the Washington State Wine Commission. We know that Washington wines go well with just about anything, and if the past year has taught us anything, it’s that we can also change and adapt successfully. Our basements have done everything they can to stay connected throughout the year and we look forward to celebrating together, even when we are apart.

Full details will be available on the 8th. February officially announced on the Taste Washington website.

For Washington’s taste:

The Washington State Wine Commission created the Washington Wine Tasting Program in 1998 and is now produced by Visit Seattle. For more information, visit www.tastewashington.org or follow us on Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

About the visit to Seattle:

Visit Seattle and King County has been the official marketing organization (DMO) for Seattle and King County for over 50 years. Visit Seattle is a 501(c)(6) organization that promotes the economic prosperity of the region through global destination branding and competitive programs and campaigns in vacation marketing, convention sales and overseas tourism development. Visit visitseattle.org.

At the Washington State Wine Commission:

The Washington State Wine Commission (WSWC) represents all licensed wineries and wine producers in Washington State. Under the leadership of its appointed board of directors, WSWC provides a marketing platform to increase positive awareness of Washington State’s wine industry and create greater demand for its wines. WSWC is funded almost entirely by the industry through allocations based on grape and wine sales and is a state agency created by the legislature in 1987. For more information, visit washingtonwine.org.

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