On July 16 from 6-9 p.m. the Downtown Issaquah Association will host Issaquah’s final summer wine walk.
The Wine & Art walk will take attendees through Issaquah’s downtown and Olde Town galleries, boutiques, and businesses. Attendees will also have the opportunity to meet local winemakers.
Featured wineries at the event include Michael Florentino; Sky River Mead; Rider Cellars; WineHunter/Red Earth Wines; Bayermoor Cellars; Truth Teller Winery; Drum Roll Wine; Dineen Vineyards; Foundry Vineyards; Kerloo Cellars; Tricycle Cellars; Aquilini Wines & House of Smith; and Castle & Crown Cellars.
Castle & Crown Cellars is new to Issaquah wineries. Founder Stephen Lesefko and cofounder Kelsey von der Burg studied winemaking in Australia, New Zealand’s Waiheke Island, and Rheingau in Germany. The wine is made in Washington and sourced from the Pacific Northwest, with a focus on minimalist intervention so that the grapes and vineyards can tell their own stories.
Check-in for the event will take place at 232 Front Street North. Tickets are $30. Click here for more information.