We are dreamers with our heads in the clouds and boots to the ground... so to speak. It’s another of those late night work nights for us. Sylvain Pataille’s 2014 Marsannay Blanc is the perfect wine for occasions like this. Engaging and beautiful from a blend of 5 different Marsannay parcels (including Blungeys & Clos du Roy) PLUS a bit of Chardonnay Rose - which is a genetic mutation of the Chardonnay grape specific to the village of Marsannay. ✨ #burgundy #chardonnay #marsannay #sylvainpataille #beckywasserman #latenight #work #workmode #wine #winestore #championwinecellars ... See MoreSee Less
Just tickled to showcase wine from Yves Cuilleron tonight and Friday. Wednesday, May 23 5-7 pm & Friday, May 25 6-9 pm! So good we had to do it twice. Yves Cuilleron is described by Wine Spectator at the “leader of Condrieu’s new generation of winemakers.” His wines are soulful, elegant expressions of the Northern Rhône and we can’t wait to share them with you! 🍷✨🍷 #frenchwine #northernrhone #syrah #viognier #yvescuilleron #wine #winewednesday #winetasting #winestore #championwinecellars #greenwood #seattle ... See MoreSee Less
Greetings, Beer Week patrons --We've found ourselves in an unfortunate position: we are recalling cans of Proper Glassware from Matchless. The beer will not cause you to get sick, but there was a problem during packaging which caused the beer to become oxidized in the cans. Because of this, the product pours off-colored (murky/brown) and has lost considerable flavor and aroma. The draft is still pouring as juicy and delicious as you remember it; this recall is exclusive to cans. Details: If you purchased a 4-pack and still have TWO (or more) cans left, bring them to Chuck's for a FULL REFUND on the 4-Pack. Please bring them in with the 4-Pack collar attached if at all possible. If you purchased a pack and have only one can left, sadly we can only offer you a return on the individual can. Proof of purchase, if possible, will expedite the process and allow us to fully refund your purchase of Proper Glassware. Additionally, if you purchased cans with a credit card, please bring the credit card you purchased the cans with and we will be able to refund directly to your card.Again, we apologize for any inconvenience this has caused. Cheers! ... See MoreSee Less
Violent Femmes, with special guest Marcia Mello, will be back at BECU ZooTunes presented by Carter Subaru on June 17! Make sure to get your tickets before they run out at bit.ly/2LjwEd0 ... See MoreSee Less
Great OpEd by Amy Nathan. Amy is the author of “Making Time for Making Music: How to Bring Music into Your Busy Life” being released TOMORROW by Oxford University Press. Some of her research was done at Music Center - a few Music Center students are even quoted in the book! www.amynathanbooks.com... See MoreSee Less
“Herluberlu” is what they call him. Domaine Sebastien David. “The guy who looks at the stars and plants to show him how to grow.” Saint-Nicolas-De-Bourgeuil, Loire Valley, France. 💯 Cabernet Franc, carbonic maceration, cement vat aging & 40 year old avg vine age. 💯 delicious. 💯 glou-glou 😍🤤 hurry & get it while it’s in stock! Thank you super @jessespring for the photo! 🍷🙌🏼🙏🏼📷: @jessespring #championwinecellars #wine #redwine #glouglou #loirevalley #cabernetfranc #frenchwine #sundayfunday #backatit ... See MoreSee Less
Nice to see this finally happening. The effort to relocate them has been a long one and their placement has never been that appropriate. Thanks for the post.
Mixed feelings. That SW corner of WPZ has always been a Spanish-American War Memorial. Those who fought, however misguided, should be remembered, AND it (the war) is part of our history that needs to be remembered (good AND bad). But their placement is problematic with seemingly no connection to the rest of the park, and no graphics to explain what they are or why they're there. If Seattle Parks Dept is committed to that corner as a war memorial, they should relocate the cannons there, and put up signage that explains their significance.
What will they rename this part of the park?
Weapons created to kill should never be used to decorate our parks.
Vanessa Cordero you asked what those cannons were about