Cote Bonneville Winery
November 8 @ 6:30 pm - 9:00 pm
Cote Bonneville Winery at the Yakima Valley Museum
Cote Bonnveville comes to the Museum
For those of you familiar with the big, wonderful, complex wines produced by Cote Bonneville Wines, you won’t want to miss the November event to be held at Yakima Valley Museum, catered by Jessica Smith. For those who have yet to visit Cote Bonneville at their Sunnyside location, or tasted these premier wines, get ready for a memorable palate experience.
We believe great wine is made in the vineyard.
In 1992 Hugh and Kathy Shiels planted DuBrul Vineyard. The steep south-facing hillside yields grapes with unique flavors and structure. In 2001, we founded Côte Bonneville to produce classically styled wines that best express our spectacular site. Kerry Shiels, winemaker, will be here to talk about the wines and the vineyard, which creates beautiful wines from all their varietals, showcasing each terroir.
To get the most of your tasting experience, Brad from Stems has some good advice. For this one, leave your cheap wine glass at home and bring a good one (like Riedel)! Don’t have one you say? That can be easily remedied by a visit to Stems where a box of two Riedel glasses sells for $24.00; and with your member discount of 20%, a measly $19.20 plus tax. In any case, please bring a wine glass!
Date: Wednesday, November 8, 2017
Place: Yakima Valley Museum
Time: 6:30 p.m. registration; 7 p.m. start
Cost: $45 members; $55 guests
Bring: One wine glass (Riedel suggested)
Mail-in registrations must be postmarked by Friday, November 3,
Online reservations accepted until midnight, Sunday, November 5
Go to http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/
Phone calls until 8 p.m. Monday, November 6. Call Marie Clark at 697-3364
We are limited to 40, so reserve your space early! ~
Tickets online at Brown Paper Tickets