Foothills Magazine is proud to produce the seventh annual Wenatchee Wine & Food Festival and we are pleased to partner with Great Northwest Wine.
What is the Wenatchee Wine & Food Festival? It’s a judged wine competition formerly called the North Central Washington Wine Awards. Wineries are invited to pour at the Aug. 26 event at the Town Toyota Center featuring unlimited wine and food, and awards.
We would not be able to produce this event without the support of our community. This event benefits the Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center. A big thank you goes out to each of our community-minded sponsors.
The Wenatchee Wine & Food Festival takes place on Saturday, August 26, 2017 at the Town Toyota Center in Wenatchee.
Enjoy food from a wide variety of local restaurants and caterers as well as cider, craft breweries and distilleries.
Take home your own commemorative wine glass.
Purchase your favorite local wines and help support the Wenatchee Valley Museum & Cultural Center.
Tickets are currently for sale for both general and VIP admittance.
Foothills Magazine is partnering with Great Northwest Wine to produce the seventh annual Wenatchee Wine & Food Festival. A panel of highly qualified industry experts determined which wines produced in our region are the best. Judging took place June 7 in Wenatchee.
Competition winners will be announced at the Wenatchee Wine & Food Festival on August 26 at the Town Toyota Center.
Featuring Chef Richard Kitos and Wine Pairing with Butch Milbrandt
Join us for an evening of fine food and wine featuring Chef Richard Kitos and Butch Milbrandt. The Wine Maker’s Dinner will take place on Friday, August 25, 2017 at the historic Wells House in Wenatchee from 6:30 – 9:00 p.m. Tickets are $75 per person and may be purchased here.
Executive Chef Richard Kitos hails from the Midwest of the United States, which is why he refers to his style as Heartland. He will be preparing an amazing four-course meal, beginning with appetizers on the lovely patio.
Learn more about the menu, the location, and the chef for this exclusive experience here.
Judging took place June 7 in Wenatchee. All wines were tasted blind by category.