Event Details

  • Date:

SPA & Winescape
Virtual Wine Tasting Party

March 20, 2021 – 5:00 to 6:00 pm


  • $120.00
  • To purchase tickets click Here!


Virtual Event via Zoom


Join John Allen, owner of VINO, Phillip Butterfield, owner of Winescape, and SPA members Greg True and Jerry Baldwin for a virtual wine tasting and discussion. It will be an interesting evening!


Plan a small dinner party and include the virtual wine tasting as part of the evening, as you will need friends to help you drink this fabulous wine!  Your ticket purchases 3 bottles of wine selected by our panelists specifically for this event.

2017 Columbia Valley Merlot
Tasting notes: Soft tannins and acids walk hand in hand in this juicy Merlot.  Magenta peony in color.  Notes of nutmeg, red pepper, and plum predominate.  Equally at home with a marinated flank steak sandwich or take-out Pad Thai.

2017 Columbia Valley Cabernet Sauvignon
Tasting notes: This Cab’s story begins with jammy notes of honeysuckle, black tea, and cranberry. Throw in some bonus hints of herbs, leather, fig, & black licorice. This cab has a fruity sweetness, like biting into a red plum from Grampa Miller’s back yard. Gentle, soft, and round mouthfeel.

2016 Red Mountain Cabernet Sauvignon
Tasting notes: A 50-50 blend of Cabernet Sauvignon Clone 2 (fruity New World style) and Clone 8 (Old World style) from Heart of the Hill vineyard, our 2016 Cabernet Sauvignon offers power and big mouthfeel while retaining elegance and complexity.

Pick up your wine anytime after Dec. 14th at Winescape, located in the Glenrose neighborhood at 6011 E 32nd Avenue, Spokane, WA 99223.  Wines are available for pick up during tasting room hours (Fridays 3-7pm, Saturday and Sunday 2-6pm) or other times during the week by texting 509.808.9009.  Your ticket receipt is your wine voucher so bring it along.  A Zoom link will be sent via email just prior to the event. Log into the event at 6pm on March 20th.  We look forward to seeing you!

 It is preferable to uncork your wines approximately 30-60 minutes before the event.  That is optimal.