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Hosted Blind Tastings | Putting Wine in Context

Different vs Different  "I thoroughly enjoy sharing my passion for wine."
Over the last three years I have hosted many wine tastings at work. It's part of my job as Wine Education Coordinator at the Walter Clore Wine and Culinary Center in Prosser, Washington. My guests will tell you that I thoroughly enjoy sharing my passion for wine. No matter if it is a one on one discussion, or a group presentation for 85 tourists, it is truly difficult for me to contain my excitement. So, I don't try.

I wanted to share this subject with you today because... it's been on my mind. On my main Instagram account, @wild4wawine, I share a lot of my wine experiences, including pictures of the blind tastings I host. Earlier this year, a wine industry friend, who also reviews wine, questioned the purpose of these blind tastings. Specifically, the "Washington vs the World" sessions. This is my attempt to explain.

Themes for the blind tastings I host include: Varietal Blind T…

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