Tulalip Resort Casino Celebrates “Taste Washington” Throughout March with Featured Wine Selections from Leading Wineries

Six venues will feature hand-picked red and white wines from across Washington State.  

Tulalip, WA – Residents of the Pacific Northwest are now able to spring into some tantalizing wine selections by leading Washington state winemakers as Tulalip Resort Casino celebrates “Taste Washington” during Washington State Wine Month throughout March. Six venues will feature hand-picked red and white wines from across the state.

Tulalip Resort Casino has been a long-time supporter and participant of Washington State Wine Month, now in its 24th year. Tulalip Resort Casino Sommelier, Tom Thompson, believes the pairing with the promotion is a natural fit for the resort.

“We’re fortunate to have some of the world’s top winemakers producing a variety of wines in regions across our state,” states Thompson. “We are proud to offer more than 400 Washington wines, including 30 which are available by the glass. It’s a reflection of our ‘Taste of Tulalip’ commitment to our state’s winemakers.”

The exciting lineup of featured Washington wines, wineries and growing regions includes:

Blackfish Wild Salmon Grill & Bar Featured White: Time & Direction Wines (Walla Walla; Columbia Valley). “Fretboard Corfu Crossing Vineyard” Viognier, 2019.  $15 glass, $65 bottle.  Featured Red:  Red Willow Vineyard (Wapato; Columbia Valley) Cavatappi “Maddalena” Nebbiolo, 2015. $15 glass, $67 bottle.

Honored with a Wine Spectator “Best of” Award of Excellence, Blackfish is offering a special pairing of the Cavatappi “Maddalena” Nebbiolo with a delicious 14 oz. New York Strip with Black Garlic Demi. 

Cedars Café and Hi-Limit Slots Room Featured White: The Walls Vineyards  (Walla Walla; Red Mountain). “The Ramparts”, 2016. $9.50 glass, $45 bottle Featured Red: Pursued by Bear (Walla Walla; Columbia Valley) “Blushing Bear” Rose, 2019. $10.50 glass, $48 bottle.

Journeys East Featured White: Disruption Wine Co. Walla Walla; Columbia Valley); “Disruption” Riesling, 2018. $8.25 glass, $38 bottle. Featured Red:  Matthews Winery (Woodinville; Columbia Valley). “Cuvee” Red, 2018. $9.75 glass, $46 bottle

Center Bar and Blazing Paddles Featured White: Wines of Substance (Walla Walla, Columbia Valley). “VINO Rose” by Charles Smith, 2018. $7 glass, $32 bottle. Featured Red:  Wines of Substance (Walla Walla, Washington State). “VINO Rosso” by Charles Smith, 2018. $7 glass, $32 bottle.

For more information about Tulalip Resort Casino and its food and beverage offerings, visit www.tulalipcasino.com 

About Tulalip Resort Casino – Award-winning Tulalip Resort Casino is the most distinctive gaming, dining, meeting, entertainment and shopping destination in Washington state. The AAA Four-Diamond resort’s world-class amenities have ensured its place on the Condé Nast Traveler Gold and Traveler Top 100 Resorts lists. The property includes 192,000 square feet of gaming excitement; a luxury hotel featuring 370 guest rooms and suites; 30,000 square feet of premier meeting, convention and wedding space; the full-service T Spa; and eight dining venues. It also showcases the intimate Canoes Cabaret and a 3,000-seat amphitheater. Nearby, find the Hibulb Cultural Center and Natural History Preserve, Cabela’s and 130 designer names at the Seattle Premium Outlets. The Resort Casino is conveniently located between Seattle and Vancouver, B.C. just off Interstate-5 at exit 200. It is an enterprise of the Tulalip Tribes. For reservations, please call 866.716.7162 or visit us at Tulalip Resort Casino. Connect with us on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

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