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March is Washington State Wine Month


Celebrate Taste Washington Wine Month

Taste Washington Wine Month in March is an annual celebration of Washington State's award winning industry. Check out the promotions happening at participating restaurants, wine shops, winery tasting rooms, and hotels.

Look over the calendar of Washington Wine Month for the best deals and events!

*update: 11 March 2015 - Just received this from wine store.
For a limited time, purchase three or more select bottles from a participating Washington wine seller and save 15%. Taste Washington Wine Month at
To receive the 15% discount, purchase at least three qualifying wines in a single purchase from a participating wine seller from the selection here: Taste Washington Wine Month at You may choose an assortment of qualifying wines from a participating wine seller--you do not need to purchase three or more of the same wine. To find all qualifying wines from a specific wine seller, go to the "Featured Brands" list in the left navigation, select "See more" to view the full list of participating wine sellers, and select a specific wine seller. Looks like 260 different bottles to choose from!

Friendly pour at Bookwalter Winery, Richland, Washington.
Friends tasting at Mercer Winery, Prosser, Washington.

Native Sun/Purple Star Wines pouring, Benton City, Washington.
Novelty Hill/Januik Winery, Woodinville, Washington.

Wineries, retailers and restaurants all over Washington state are offering discounts and specials on Washington wine and wine events. There is no better month to stock up on Washington wine than March!

And don't forget, the culmination of Taste Washington Wine Month is Taste Washington - happening over four days, March 26th - 29th, 2015. Buy tickets or find a list of participating wineries, restaurants and exhibitors at

Washington State Wine: Our Story (Trade)
from Washington State Wine on Vimeo.

*Related Post: Experience Taste Washington 2015



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