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Friday, December 3, 2010

Urban Enoteca - The New Wine Hub of Seattle





WOW! There is a spectacular new venue now available to Seattleites, and the Washington Wine Community. Urban Enoteca hosted a wonderful private opening this past Tuesday evening to show off its singularly unique facility now available to the Seattle community. This very cool, 22,000 square foot space in a fashionably designed remodeled building located in the up-and-coming Georgetown neighborhood of South Seattle could easily become the wine hub of Western Washington.
The space includes a dozen state of the art tasting rooms that are quickly being occupied by some very worthy Eastern Washington wineries, multiple individual rooms accommodating parties ranging from 20 – 250 that can be opened up into one big space for events such as the grand opening party. These varying spaces will host wine education programs by Master of Wine Joel Butler, seasonal wine events, corporate events, weddings, and just about everything wine under the sun. 
Also, Jason Wilson Events will be the preferred caterer of URBAN enoteca for private events, but they’ve also hired an in-house Chef Chris Opsata to run the dining outlet. The whole place oozes of Pacific Northwest casual chic. TheWineHub was impressed, and highly recommends you check it out.

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Chateau des Moriers - Miss Vicky Wine Fleurie 2007 
This Fleurie is fresh, elegant, fun and sexy. You will love its feminine features and gourmand flavors of ripe cherry and red currant.  Soft and crispy in the mouth, it is also a bouquet of flowers to give you a breath of spring.  It would be a perfect accompaniment with summer dishes or on its own.  This wine goes very well with poultry, soups, lightly spiced dishes, goat cheese or Camembert.



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2 comments:

Valerie said...

Hi Luis! Must stop in on my next trip to Seattle. Nice post!

Anonymous said...

Nothing like it. I was impressed by the decor, the feel, and of course the wine. What a great variety of Eastern Wa wines to taste. So much so I will make the 3 hour trip back from Portland to visit again. I am excited to see what this facility is like in another 6 months!