Washington Winery Needs a Name

Contest leaves moniker up to the public.



What's in a name? Well, some gratitude from the owners of the Washington Wine Company, for starters. If  you've got a knack for naming, try your hand at Washington Wine Co's contest. The company is looking for the perfect name for a new ultrapremium Woodinville winery.  

Slated to open in 2008, the new 12,000-square-foot winery will be located in the heart of the European-style Woodinville Wine Village. The focal point of the village, it will have a cozy, contemporary tasting room and a full catering kitchen for winemaker dinners. Upon opening, winemaker Jeff Schackman—previously of the Woodinville Wine Company—will create a distinct variety of wines for his newest endeavor.

The contest runs from April 6-May 30. The winner of the contest will receive two cases of Washington Wine Co.'s best wine each year for a decade. The prize will also include an annual private wine tasting hosted by the winemaking staff when the winners come in to pick up their yearly cases of wine.

To enter, visit www.WashingtonWineCompany.com.

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