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509 Wine Company, Seattle – Poured by Wine World Warehouse

Taste Washington! Recommended Wines.

David LeClaire at Taste Washington, interviewed by niconico.com

Technically, 509 Wine Company was not one of the wineries pouring at Taste Washington. One of the exhibitors, David LeClaire of Wine World Warehouse, was pouring 509 wines.

Officially, the winery is called “Five Zero Nine” they are located in the Fremont District of Seattle, Washington. Five Zero Nine was established by Mike Blom, UC Davis graduate and California winemaker, and Kevin Conroy of Blue Rooster, Inc. an interactive marketing, design and System Integration company located in the Fremont neighborhood.

Five Zero Nine sources fruit from Walla Walla and the Columbia Valley.

The Wines.

Clos Des Seattle Viognier.
2010 Clos Des Seattle Viognier - Light, fruity, peach, good. Retail price $18.99. Recommended.

2009 Coq Au Vin.
2009 Coq Au Vin - Spicy, good. Retail price $24.99. Recommended.

2009 Roots Syrah.
* Favorite: 2009 Roots Syrah – Very good, favorite of the three. Retail price $18.99.

Wines listed here are the wines I liked and recommend. My favorite wines appealed to me because they expressed unique characteristics and quality, they are indicated by an “*” and are in italics.

509 Tasting Room
1300 N. Northlake Way
Seattle, WA 98103
Open: Friday 3pm to 8pm
Saturday by Appointment Only
Phone: 206-632-7516

www.509wines.com

Wine World Warehouse
400 NE 45th
Seattle, WA (just off of I-5)
Open 7 days a week,
11am – 9pm Monday – Saturday
11am - 6pm Sunday
Phone: 206-402-6086

www.wineworldwarehouse.com

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