Nectar April 2013 Wine Events in Spokane

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Whoa! 70 degrees and it wasn’t an April Fool’s joke. If you’re like me, you probably love seeing the warm weather. With warm weather comes spring cleaning, yard work, and…wait sorry…how about WINE! Thanks again for another fantastic month. We are on a roll with 5 consecutive “best of” months and we owe it all to you. In March we were even selected by readers of The Inlander as the #2 “Wine Bar” in town. Not bad for not being a wine bar. We have 5 amazing Washington wineries that share the space. Think of us as a winery…with benefits. […]

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Wine Cork Cages Make Great Gifts for Wine Lovers

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You enjoy wine, lots and lots of wine. What are you going to do with all those corks? At some point you will get crafty and creative and make something you saw on Pinterest (visit the wine craft board for ideas). Wine cork cages are a fun, artistic and decorative way to store your corks for that future inspiration from the crafting gods. Check out these ideas…

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Announcing: You Can Now Buy Nectar Wine Online

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You love Nectar Tasting Room! You love Washington wine! Now you can purchase wine from our 5 Nectar wineries online, in one convenient online location. Whether you’re travelling through and need wine shipped to your home or you want your out of town relatives to enjoy one of your favorite wines, our online shopping cart is here for you.

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Van Gogh and Merlot Painting Class

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Learn to paint while  you enjoy a drink. Van Gogh and Merlot events provide you the opportunity to learn how to paint over a glass of wine. Join Ulysses Mireles at Nectar Tasting Room on Saturday, April 20 for this fun class. Space is limited to 30 people so RSVP now. TICKETS: Buy now DATE: April 20 TIME: 1-4pm COST: $40 – includes all your painting supplies and a hosted wine tasting.

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My Experience at the Great Northwest Wine Competition

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I’ve tasted a lot of wine during my journey as a wine business owner and wine blogger, but being a wine judge for the inaugural Great Northwest Wine Competition was an immersion in wine like I’ve never experienced. I was part of a panel of 4 judges and tasted over 200 wines in a 30 hour period. In total our group of 16 judges tasted and evaluated  over 850 wines to determine the Greatest Northwest Wines.

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