Spokane is becoming a destination for wine and many wine events are happening every weekend. Stay connected here at DrinkNectar.com with a complete list of activities for you to wind (or wine) down with every week. Follow the local activity on Facebook too at www.facebook.com/drinknectar
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Spokane Tasting Room Tour – Most Spokane tasting rooms are open. Check out this tasting room map for contact information, hours of operation and video reviews.
Friday April 9
BeGin at the MAC – Hot Club of Spokane plays from 6-8pm. Free admission for members, $7 for non-members. Museum of Arts and Culture
Davenport Hotel – Live music from 8pm – midnight 20% off all food and drink if you mention you’re a Facebook fan.
Left Bank Wine Bar – Live music ever Friday starting at 8pm, 60 wines by the glass
Saturday April 10
Rocket Market – Saturday drop in tastings, complimentary pours 3-6pm
Robert Karl Cellars – Pouring in Moscow, ID for Harmony Event, tasting room still open Noon – 4pm
Nodland Cellars – The tasting room is open Noon – 4pm at 11616 E Montgomery Rd.
Sunday April 11
The Melting Pot – National Cheese Fondue Day – The Melting Pot of Spokane, WA will be donating $10.00 from every cheese fondue sold that day to Sacred Heart Children’s Hospital (including cheese that comes with a Big Night Out!). Call or go to https://www.reserveit.net/guest/dining/MPSpokane to secure a reservation today! Mike Scott from Lone Canary Winery will be our “Guest Sommelier” for the evening!
For Local Wine Event information in Spokane and other cities, check out LocalWineEvents.com
April 16 – Whitestone Tasting Room Anniversary 111 S. Cedar – Celebrate the one year anniversary of the Whitestone tasting room in Spokane!
April 17 – Festival of Wine and Flowers The Festival of Wine and Flowers is Spokane’s most prestigious tasting and auction of ultra-premium Washington wines. This annual fundraising event supports the comprehensive inpatient and outpatient services St. Luke’s Rehabilitation Institute provides to adults and children throughout our region. $125 for wine and auction; $200 for Winemakers Dinner
April 21 – Lone Canary – Next to Last Wednesdays with Mike Scott. First 40 people to register will have the opportunity to help Mike create a new red blend to be released in the fall. 6-9pm, $25 per person
April 23 – Latah Creek Monarch Red Release Latah Creek Wine Cellars is proud to present Monarch Red, a handcrafted blend of Zinfandel, Cabernet Sauvignon, and Syrah with an engaging new label by Edward Gilmore. Event is from 5-7pm at the Latah Creek tasting room.
April 24 – Nodland Cellars Limited Release Nodland Cellars is releasing a very small production 2006 Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon from Seven Hills Vineyards. Only 40 cases have been produced (480 bottles). The release is for mailing list people only. To get on their mailing list, stop by the tasting room April 10 or 17 and buy a bottle of their current release. Chances are this will sell out in one night.
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