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Revelry on Red Mountain Saturday, May 25, 2013

Revelry on Red Mountain - one of my favorite local events!

Saturday, May 25, 2013, 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Join us for one of our most popular events back for the 5th year - Revelry on Red Mountain!
Tickets on sale April 1st by calling 206.326.5770.

Red Mountain is a remarkable place, for both scenery and wine. Spend an evening rubbing elbows with growers and winemakers from the region at Col Solare Winery. Enjoy the commanding view over the fan-shaped vineyard and the Horse Heaven Hills.. 

This year 24 Washington winemakers are bringing their newest releases for a spirited evening of acclaimed wines. A spectacular sunset, panoramic views of the valley below, savory delights from a noted Chef, and the warmth of eastern Washington.

Participating Wineries
Ambassador Vineyard
Canoe Ridge Vineyards
Chinook Wines
Col Solare
Cooper Wine Company
Corvus Cellars
Côte Bonneville
Cotes de Ciel
DeLille Cellars
Force Majeure
Gordon Estate
Hightower Cellars
J. Bookwalter Winery
Kiona Winery
Native Sun
Portrait Cellars
Reininger Winery
Seven Hills Winery
Tapteil Vineyard Winery
Terra Blanca Winery & Estate
van Loben Sels Cellars

Revelry on Red Mountain is a fund raising event for Seattle Children’s Hospital. The Auction of Washington Wines is responsible for organizing this fundraising event and several more later this year.

This will be my third time attending Revelry on Red Mountain. An event I look forward to with anticipation. I encourage you to buy your tickets while you still can.

Revelry on Red Mountain
Saturday, May 25, 2013, 6:00pm - 9:00pm
Tickets on sale April 1st by calling 206.326.5770.

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