Northwest Wine Night TV – “Give Me Some Sugar” (ep141) – 5.11.16

Episode 141:

Did someone say chocolate?  Yes, your host did, as he asked the stars to pair their wines with a favorite chocolate.  The only problem?  Said host didn’t bring any chocolate, so by the time we get to the end of the episode,  everyone at the table has an insatiable craving for chocolate!  Oh yeah, the wine was good too, haha.   Grab a glass of wine, and if you’re on Twitter, follow us (@NWWineNight) have fun with tonight’s hashtags: #Wine  #CorkLocal  #CabernetSauvignon  #BrownSugar

 

Tonight’s Wine:  Cabernet Sauvignon

 

Remember, this is a blind-tasting, so if you don’t want to know the wines featured on the show, stop reading here!

 

After the show, come back & see the names of both the “Wine Orange” &  the “Wine Blue” tasted on this episode.

 

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THIS EPISODE’S WINES:

 

WINE ORANGE:     2013 Red to Red – Sno Road Winery, Echo, OR

WINE BLUE:       2014 Cabernet Sauvignon – Nelms Road, Walla Walla, WA

 


Host Brian Calvert (KOMO News by day) invites his friends from the local media and wine community to come and taste the delicious wines of the Pacific Northwest.  On this episode, Brian is joined by…

Kate Neidigh of Janie Bird Communications

Corwin Haeck of KOMO Radio

Marina Rockinger of Star 101.5fm

Brian Carter of Brian Carter Cellars

 

 

Filming Location:  Old Hollywood Schoolhouse in Woodinville’s Hollywood District

Filming Sponsor:  Woodinville Wine Country

Catering Provider:     Pyramid Brewing Co. of Seattle, WA

 

Thank you or watching our show, and please share Northwest Wine Night TV with your friends.  The next episode will be released here on the website on

#WineWednesday, May 18th

 

 

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