0/8 Seafood Grill and Twisted Cork Wine Bar is putting a local spin on wines.

  • Monday, June 2, 2008 4:19pm
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Local wines get

top treatment

0/8 Seafood Grill and Twisted Cork Wine Bar is putting a local spin on wines.

0/8’s list is now organized first by varietal and then sorted by region within each varietal. Washington state wines begin each section (where applicable), making all local offerings easy to locate. Additionally, a different Washington wine region will be spotlighted each quarter this year.

A number of high-end, by-the-glass offerings are available, including: DeLille Cellars’ ’05 Doyenne Aix ($18 per glass), ’05 Spring Valley Uriah Red Blend from Ste. Michelle Wine Estates ($28 per glass), Betz Family Winery’s ’05 Clos de Betz Red Blend ($23 per glass, a just-released Bordeaux produced in extremely limited quantities).

SAUCE time

at Twisted Cork

Canoe Ridge takes the SAUCE stage at Twisted Cork today.

While the focus at Canoe Ridge primarily has been on estate grown cabernet sauvignon and merlot, the winery also produces a Gewürztraminer as well as a dry Riesling.

From 5 to 7 p.m., guests can taste a sampling of these wines, paired with an appetizer trio by Chef Dan Thiessen. Cost is $20, no reservations necessary. For more information, call 425-637-0808 or visit

Twisted cork is located 900 Bellevue Way N.E.

Taste Washington coming April 5-6

Washington Wine Commission’s Taste Washington! The Ultimate Wine Experience is coming Saturday and Sunday, April 5-6.

The two-day event features the best food and wine that Washington has to offer. More than 100 wineries and 40 restaurants will showcase their premier sips and bites. Participants include DeLille Cellars and Doyenne, Olsen Estates, Saint Laurent Winery, Waters Winery, Wines of Substance, 0/8 Seafood Grill, El Gaucho, icon Grill, Purple Café and Wine Bar, Troiani Ristorante Italiano, Waterfront Seafood Grill and Zephyr Grill & Bar.

More information is available at

It’s time for

some sexy syrah

Salty’s on Alki will bring together 30+ wineries making syrah from 6-9 p.m. on April 16.

The wine will be accompanied by fare prepared by Salty’s.

The popular event, which sells out every year, is a fundraiser for Farestart, a food services job training and placement program for homeless and disadvantaged individuals. Tickets are $40 per person, and can be purchased online at

Cheers is an ongoing feature of the Bellevue Reporter about the Wine & Dine scene.

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