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Winemaker Dinner At Bin 20, Pasco, Washington

Now that I'm back home from a week of camping, it's time to start posting event notices and wine reviews. Katie Nelson of Gordon Brothers Cellars, emailed me about an upcomming Winemaker Dinner at Bin 20 Restaurant. Here are the details:

Join GORDON BROTHERS CELLARS and Bin 20 Chef CHARLIE REED, For a wonderful pairing event! Chef Reed and Gordon Brothers Winemaker Tim Henley have worked together to come up with a fantastic menu of food and wine you won’t want to miss!

When: Wednesday, July 28, 2010
Time: 6:30 PM
Place: Bin 20 Restaurant, located inside the Pasco Red Lion
Price: $60 per person (includes six-course meal with wine)
For reservations: Call Perlicia Mullen-Rando, Red Lion Food & Beverage Manager, (509) 544-3950

Seating is limited - looks like a good time.

Cheers!

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  1. Just toured Gordon Brothers Estate Vineyards and barrel sampled and bottle sampled multiple wines, with winemaker Tim Henley. You don't want to miss the Winemaker dinner at Bin 20. Wines are fantastic and Tim will have much to share. Cheers!

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