EPISODE 16 — The weather is some parts of the Pacific Northwest is beginning to warm-up. It’s not summer yet, but as the thermometer rises, so does the desire for something chilled in your wine glass. On this episode of Northwest Wine Night, we’re tasting a couple of delicious types of Rose, and two very tasty bottles of Pinot Gris. So be sure to watch the entire episode and get these recommendations for ways to enjoy the Northwest’s best on a warmer spring day!
HERE’S WHAT WE TASTED:
2012 Pinot Noir Rose’ – Stoller Family Estate, Dayton OR
2009 Kimberly’s Reserve – Kramer Vineyards, Gaston OR
2010 Grand Reserve – Columbia Crest Winery, Paterson WA
2012 Tempranillo Rose’ – Stoller Family Estate, Dayton OR
(Remember, the panelists don’t have this information before they taste these and pick a favorite. And you’ll won’t know which was wine number 1, and which was number 2 until you’ve watched the episode)
PANELISTS: Host Brian Calvert is joined by Northwest Wine Night regulars Marina Rockinger of Star 101.5 and Denise Whitaker of KOMO 4 News. Also with us is wine night friend Mark Christopher of Warm 106.9 in Seattle, and Corwin Haeck of KOMO Newsradio.
FILMING LOCATION: We’re in the heart of Woodinville Wine Country at Patterson Cellars, located in the Tourist District. John, Stephanie, and crew were very gracious hosts, and we encourage you to stop by their tasting room. They even rent it out for private events!
THANKS FOR WATCHING! Be sure to share this episode with your other wine-drinking friends. The next new episode of Northwest Wine Night premieres here on our website Thursday, June 13th.