Pondera Winery invites community to release weekend

Pondera Winery will introduce the community to its new wines during the shop's release weekend event that will run from noon to 4 p.m. this Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 21-22.

  • Friday, February 20, 2009 7:39pm
  • Life
Pondera Winery is a joint venture of several family members (pictured)

Pondera Winery is a joint venture of several family members (pictured)

Pondera Winery will introduce the community to its new wines during the shop’s release weekend event that will run from noon to 4 p.m. this Saturday and Sunday, Feb. 21-22.

Winery owner’s Dan and Pat Howard will pour three signature wines, Melvado, Sericus and Consensio as well as a syrah from their new artist series during the event.

“This past year has been very exciting and gratifying for us,” Pat said.

Last February, Pondera Winery was officially launched with the introduction of three traditional Bordeaux-style blends. All three wines have been well received, with two sold out and only a small quantity of Consensio left.

“Our ’06 wines are tasting great and we think you’re going to like them even more,” he said. “Production is still very limited at only 475 total cases and pre-orders are always appreciated.”

Event attendees will have the opportunity to purchase wine after trying the flavors out. Pondera Winery is located at 12806 Northeast 125th Way in Kirkland. For information, call 425-825-3917.


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