More than 20 wineries from around the state will “pop their corks” Saturday, May 4th, at the ninth annual Savor Seabrook Seafood & Wine Festival. Attendees will sip and savor their way through more than 50 wines and gourmet seafoods from some of the coast’s best food operators.
The 21-and-over affair includes live music, lawn games, and a professional sand carver.
General admission tickets are $30, which gets you entry to the event, 10 tasting tickets, and a complimentary Savor Seabrook wine glass. Additional tickets can be purchased for $1.
Proceeds from the event benefit the Seabrook Community Foundation, which provides grants to North Beach and Grays Harbor organizations providing services and support to these communities.
WHAT TO EXPECT AT SAVOR SEABROOK
General admission begins at noon. You can get tickets in advance or purchase tickets at the door. Upon check-in you will be given a commemorative Savor Seabrook 2018 wine glass with 10 tasting tickets in your glass. Tickets are good for both food and wine, and if you need more, you can purchase them for $1 at designated ticket booths.
Once you’re inside, live music will be playing, and you’ll have access to over 20 wineries pouring more than 50 types of wine, including Col Solare, Lauren Ashton, Foundation Cellars, Mark Ryan and many more great wineries from throughout the state of Washington. In addition, we will have two beers on tap, an IPA and a Saigon-style beer, from Hoquiam Brewing Company; as well as Whiskey offerings from Wishkah River Distillery.
WHAT’S COOKIN’ AT SAVOR SEABROOK
In addition to great wine, Savor Seabrook will feature delicious local seafood from the areas top restaurants and eateries such as the Weathervane Scallops food truck, Chelsea Farms, Frontagers Pizza, and the new Seabrook restaurant Koko’s.