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Post Index February 2015

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Focus on Washington Wine 

This is the first time I've made an effort to catalog a month worth of posts. It is as much for my readers as it is for myself. While March is officially "Washington Wine Month" for the month of February, I made an effort to focus solely on Washington wine.

In March I know that I will be covering many different wine regions including Washington.

*Note: Don't forget the largest single-region wine and food event is in March. Taste Washington March 26-29 Seattle. Still time for tickets and hotel reservations.



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Washington State Wine Awards Reception.

Index of posts February 2015

4 February
- 2015 Washington State Wine Awards Winners

5 February
- Wine of the Week - Milbrandt Vineyards Brothers Blend 2011 Columbia Valley @milbrandvino

5 February
- Valentines Day Celebrations Across Washington

10 February
- Review of Barnard Griffin 2012 Merlot @BarnardGriffin

13 February
- Wine of the Week - 2011 L'Ecole No. 41 Perigee Seven Hills Vineyard Walla Walla Valley @lecole41

14 February
- Recipe for Refueling Romance, Salmon Frittata and Michelle Sparkling Brut Rose' #WinePW 9

16 February
- Experience Taste Washington 2015 @TasteWashington 

19 February
- Sensory Training with Enologist Hillary Sjolund @sonoriswines

26 February
- Wine of the Week - Dunham Cellars 2011 Trutina Columbia Valley @dunhamcellars

27 February
- Conversations with Friends, "My Favorite Wine" on the Wine Muse Podcast #winemuse plus a review of a'Maurice Cellars Syrah/Grenache

27 February
- February Virtual Tasting 2012 Saviah Cellars THE JACK Cabernet Sauvignon @Saviah

28 February
- Wine Review of the Adamant Cellars 2012 Bijoux @adamantcellars

Stay posted for March notes and stories.

Cheers!

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