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Terrarium Making + Wine Tasting

May 5 @ 12:00 pm - 2:00 pm

$49.00

WHAT’S INCLUDED:

  • Terrarium experience with all supplies
  • Glass of award-winning red or white wine on arrival
  • Hand-made terrarium to take Home
  • Tasting of 4 different Beaumont Cellars wines
  • Sound Excursions staff to guide you

THE DETAILS:

Have you always wanted your very own terrarium? Here’s your chance to get crafty while enjoying some great wine! We’ll walk you through the process, and you’ll walk home with something you can show off to your friends.

We’ll meet at Beaumont Cellars beautiful tasting room in Woodinville. Before getting settled, we’ll enjoy a delicious glass of red or white wine. That will be sure to light up our creative spark plugs as we select our succulents and build our layers. You’ll get your hands dirty with soil, charcoal, rocks, moss and more! Feel free to bring your own decorations to add onto your terrarium during the event.

 

Did we mention that Beaumont Cellars won multiple NCW Wine awards this year? Come and taste why!

 

Details

Date:
May 5
Time:
12:00 pm - 2:00 pm
Cost:
$49.00
Website:
https://www.soundexcursions.com/terrarium-making-wine-tasting

Organizer

Sound Excursions
Phone:
206-486-6002
Email:
events@soundexcursions.com
Website:
http://www.soundexcursions.com/leavenworth-snowshoeing-wine-tasting

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Venue

Beaumont Cellars
19151 144th Ave NE
Woodinville, WA 98072 United States
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