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The perfect turkey wine?

If you've the unforgiving task of finding wine to pair with turkey for the upcoming holiday, here's the silver lining… It will take some research and the Spokane Winery Association can help.

Nineteen members of the association will host special events 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. today through Sunday for the annual Holiday Wine Fest.

Tasters will have the change to sample new vintages, gourmet food and wingle with the wine makers and other wine lovers. Ask the winemakers what they'll be serving with the holiday meal.

Tasting fees may apply.

Download a map with recommended tour routes at http://www.spokanewineries.net/.

I've listed the participating wineries in the extended post.


Wineries included in the annual Holiday Wine Festival:

 


Arbor Crest Wine Cellars

4705 N. Fruit Hill Road

808 W. Main, 3rd Floor

 

Overbluff Cellars

620 S Washington

 

Barili Cellars

608 W 2nd Ave

 

Liberty Lake Wine Cellars

1018 S. Garry Rd

 

Barrister Winery

1213 W. Railroad Ave

Lone Canary Winery

905 N. Washington

 

Bridge Press Cellars

906 West 2nd Avenue

 

Mountain Dome Winery

6315 E. Temple Rd.

 

Caterina Winery

905 N. Washington

 

Nodland Cellars

11616 E. Montgomery Dr., Ste. 70

 

Cougar Crest Estate Winery

8 North Post, Suite 6

 

Robert Karl Cellars

115 W. Pacific Ave.

 

Emvy Cellars

906 West 2nd Avenue, Suite 400

 

Townshend Cellar

16112 N. Greenbluff Rd.

 

Grande Ronde Cellars

906 W. 2nd Ave.

 

Vintage Hill Cellars

319 W. 2nd Ave.

 

Knipprath Cellars

5634 E. Commerce

 

Whitestone Winery

111 South Cedar Street

 

 

Latah Creek Wine Cellars

13030 E. Indiana Ave.

 

 


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