The 22nd annual Taste Washington is this weekend, March 28-31! Voted one of USA Today’s 10-Best Wine Festivals, Taste Washington features four full days of wine and food events with Seattle and the country’s hottest chefs and acclaimed Washington winemakers. Tickets are still available for festival events and can be purchased at

The weekend begins with the Red & White Party at AQUA by El Gaucho from Thursday, March 28. Enjoy stunning scenery, seasonal Northwest cuisine and select wines poured by 30 premier Washington winemakers.

On Friday, March 29, experience a true farm-to-table lunch at Oxbow Farm & Conservation Center with Chef Melissa Miranda of Musang Seattle and Washington winemakers from Buty Winery, Hightower Cellars, Novelty Hill-Januik Winery and Three Rivers Winery.

Choose your own adventure Friday night with three incredible events:

Canlis Wine Dinner – Dive into the storied wine cellar at Canlis with Wine Director Nelson Daquip as he and James Beard nominated Chef Brady Williams pair delectable dishes with “The Best Washington Wines You’ve Never Heard Of” during a special dinner.

The New Vintage – The second option is to start your night at The Sanctuary downtown for The New Vintage, where James Beard nominees Ethan Stowell of Ethan Stowell Restaurants, Rachel Yang of Joule, Shota Nakajima of Adana and many more will be serving up incredible bites alongside 35 Washington wineries.

Lexus Late Night – Keep the good vibes going with James Beard Award-winning Chef Edouardo Jordan at his restaurant Salare, for an exclusive after party. Tickets to The New Vintage and Lexus Late Night can be purchased together for $225 or to The New Vintage only for $125.

On Saturday and Sunday, March 30 and 31, kick-start the day by exploring remarkable wines at the Taste Washington Wine Seminars presented by Wine Spectator at the Four Seasons Hotel Seattle. Tickets remain for “Grenache: Washington’s Answer to Pinot Noir.”

The weekend culminates at the Grand Tasting at CenturyLink Field Event Center Saturday and Sunday, March 30 and 31. The Grand Tasting is a food and wine lovers’ wonderland with more than 235 wineries and 65 of the state’s most incredible restaurants. Plus, don’t miss out as acclaimed Seattle and national chefs unveil secrets for their favorite dishes on the Taste Washington Chef’s Stage and the Albert Lee Culinary Experience.

Taste Washington Chef’s Stage

Saturday, March 30
3 p.m. – Edouardo Jordan, JuneBaby
4 p.m. – Vivian Howard, Chef & the Farmer
5 p.m. – Gregory Gourdet, Departure Restaurant + Lounge

Sunday, March 31
3 p.m. – Mei Lin, Nightshade
4 p.m. – Shota Nakajima, Adana
5 p.m. – Jason Wilson, Maggie Trujillo, Kevin Benner, Fire & Vine Hospitality

Albert Lee Culinary Experience

Saturday, March 30
3:15 p.m. – Brian Clevenger, Vendemmia
4:15 p.m. – Zoi Antonitsas, Little Fish
5:15 p.m. – Brendan McGill, Café Hitchcock

Sunday, March 31
3:15 p.m. – Maximillian Petty, Eden Hill
4:15 p.m. – Jeff Vance, Navy Strength
5:15 p.m. – Dan Mallahan, Rider