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Free Tasting: the Wines of Georgetown at Wild Ginger Bellevue

A tasting that ends, serendipitously enough, when happy hour begins.

March 18, 2010

Wild Ginger Bellevue hosts a free tasting on the third Sunday of every month. This Sunday: the wines of Georgetown.

So you may have heard tell about a burgeoning community of winemakers in Georgetown, now here is your chance to try the wines. In Bellevue.

The South Seattle Artisan Wineries group will hold a free tasting at Wild Ginger’s Eastside outpost in the Bravern shopping center from 1 to 4pm this Sunday, March 21. (The restaurant hosts a free tasting on the third Sunday of every month.)

In a happy coincidence, Wild Ginger Bellevue’s seven-days-a-week happy hour starts at 4pm. And here is the thing about that: there are fragrant duck sliders on the HH menu, three of them for $4. If you’ve ever had the deconstructed version of those little babies at Seattle’s Wild Ginger, you know what you are in for. And you know it is good.

Wines to be tasted:
Cadence Winery
Fall Line Winery
Note Benne Cellars
O-S Winery
O’Shea Scarborough

You can also visit the Georgetown wineries themselves on the second Saturday of each month, now through August, for a sampling. Each tasting is $5, but the fee is waived if you buy a bottle. Find details here.

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