Precept Wine Pouring is in Full Effect at U.S. Open

Abstracted from Great Northwest Wine (by Eric Degerman, all rights reserved). Read Full Story Here.

This week Chambers Bay, west of Tacoma, is hosting the U.S. Open Golf Championship, which has been deemed as the most important sporting event Washington State has hosted. While golfers compete against each other throughout the next couple days, Washington Wine Commission will be pouring 120 different wines at the corporate tent village. Precept Wine is pouring 10 different wines throughout the course of the tournament. 

Precept Wine pouring has been in action since Monday, June 15 and will continue throughout the next three days.

Practice round — Monday, June 15
Browne Family Vineyards 2012 Merlot, Columbia Valley, $35
Canoe Ridge Vineyard 2012 Cherry Street Reserve Red Wine, Horse Heaven Hills, $25
Willow Crest Wine Estates 2013 Estate Pinot Gris, Yakima Valley, $16

Practice round — Tuesday, June 16
Canoe Ridge Vineyard 2013 Expedition Pinot Gris, Horse Heaven Hills, $15
Practice round — Wednesday, June 17
Browne Family Vineyards 2012 Cabernet Sauvignon, Columbia Valley, $35
Canoe Ridge Vineyard 2011 Reserve Merlot, Horse Heaven Hills, $25

Third round — Saturday, June 19
Browne Family Vineyards 2013 Chardonnay, Columbia Valley, $30
Waterbrook Winery 2013 Reserve Riesling, Columbia Valley, $12

Final round — Sunday, June 21
Waitsburg Cellars 2013 Three White Grenache Blanc/Marsanne/Picpoul, Columbia Valley, $17
Also: Waterbrook Winery 2013 Reserve Chardonnay, Columbia Valley, $17


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