Bellingham wine drinkers, it's time for a bubbly night! With Valentine's Day right around the corner, what better way to celebrate (and prepare) than with a bubbly flight night. Join us in trying three delicious sparkling wines in a flight and vote your favorite to win a prize. Cheers!
Bellingham wine drinkers, it's time for red wine flight night! This Thursday, join us in trying three delicious reds in a flight! Learn a bit about each of the wines and winemakers 7 pm - 8 pm, and vote for your favorite.
Bellingham wine drinkers, it's time for wine flight and dessert night! Antler Baking Company is joining us with a gorgeous dessert display. Not a wine drinker? That's okay, we have a special beer pairing, too.
The holidays are upon us. Let's prepare by drinking wine! This Wednesday try three delicious Reds in a flight, vote for your favorite, and if you like one more than the others you could take home a bottle for your next holiday party! Lund Chocolates will be available for your enjoying [...]
Lynden, you've been asking for a rosé, so we need your help! We picked three of our favorite roses and decided you should really be the one to pick! So, on Tuesday we are offering blind rose flights and you get to vote! It's simple, order a flight, taste all three, [...]
If you’ve been around the block in the Bellingham brew scene, you know that each brewery has a style of their own. Aslan has a knack for citrus IPA’s, Wander has sour-ing down to a science, Menace’s Chili Bravo spicy brew is hard to beat. With so many breweries that [...]
Just when you think it can’t get any better, you hear about another Bellingham brewery in planning. Add Illuminati Brewing to the list, which comes right on the heels of learning about Blaine’s first brewery in planning. Bill and Jennifer Kimmerly, the owners of Masquerade Wine Company in Bellingham, are planning [...]
We all know craft beer is doing well. REAL well. So well that a panel of wine experts at the Unified Wine & Grape Symposium noted that sales of lower priced wines are losing out to craft beer and cider. They say that it is lower priced wines (under $7) that [...]