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WSU Alumni presents The Feast featuring Maryhill Winery
October 30, 2015 @ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm$135
PULLMAN, Wash. — Maryhill Winery owner Craig Leuthold will be the featured Coug during the Washington State University Alumni Association Feast on Oct. 30 in Pullman.
Jamie Callison, executive chef for the School of Hospitality Business Management, works with his students to bring guests expertly crafted, WSU-focused fare such as fresh vegetables from the Organic Farm and Wagyu beef from the Premium Beef Program.
The WSUAA partners with a different Wine-By-Cougars winery for each Feast, and Chef Callison spends hours developing food-and-wine pairings for each of the four courses throughout the evening.
The Feast also incorporates the WSU Museum of Art, which plays host to the reception and includes a brief discussion with director Chris Bruce. Guests are then treated to entertainment provided by the Marching Band.
Price includes vertical tasting and small plate pairings. Seating is limited. This is a Wine Club member exclusive event. Please note tickets are transferable, but non-refundable.
Reception begins at 6 p.m. at the WSU Museum of Art in the Fine Arts Center.
Dinner seating begins at 7 p.m. at the Marriott Foundation Hospitality Teaching Center in Todd Hall.
Parking is available in the Fine Arts Garage below the Fine Arts Center. The pay station is near the elevator, and cost is $3 after 5 p.m.
Maryhill is one of Washington’s largest wineries, producing about 100,000 cases annually and providing for more than 70,000 visitors. And it is Wine Press Northwest magazine’s reigning Pacific Northwest Winery of the Year.