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Seattle Wine & Food Experience another huge hit
SEATTLE – The seventh annual Seattle Wine & Food Experience was another huge hit with wine lovers who flocked to Seattle Center on Sunday afternoon to taste wines from up and down the West Coast, as well as taste superb food from talented Seattle area restaurants and enjoy beer, cider and spirits.
The event, which is put on by Jamie Peha of Peha Promotions, filled the Seattle Center Exhibition Hall in the shadow of the Space Needle on a beautiful day.
More than 100 wineries poured their wares for the appreciative crowd, and dozens of restaurants provided delicious tastes.
For the second consecutive year, the Seattle Wine & Food experience included a professionally judged wine competition, conducted by Great Northwest Wine. This year, California wines claimed the top spots for best red, best white and best bubbly, with the Michael David Inkspot Cabernet Franc earning best of show.
Here are the complete results of the wine competition.
Meanwhile, click through to see a few photos from the Seattle Wine & Food Experience.