The Wine Science Center at WSU Tri-Cities will open next month and make history as a world-class research facility. The Washington State Wine Commission would like to invite all Washington vineyards and wineries to be a part of this monumental achievement for our industry.
Because this world-class facility is the result of an industry-supported initiative, and funded by the industry, we are requesting help creating a Washington State wine display in the Wine Library. We are requesting a maximum of two different bottles from every winery or vineyard in the state.
The Wine Science Center will accept bottles until June 2. The wines will be on display for visitors and students alike in the beautiful Wine Library. This opportunity is open to all vineyards and wineries, and there is no cost to submit your wines. To be displayed, wines should meet the following criteria:
- Historical significance, one of the primary purposes of the Wine Library is historical reference and display.
- Unique and tell a story, such as a commemorative bottle signed by the current winemaker or one that displays handwritten tasting notes on the bottle.
Wine must be submitted online and arrive at the Wine Science Center no later than June 2. Registration and shipping information is available here. If you have any questions regarding submissions for the Wine Science Center, please contact Stephanie Lyon at firstname.lastname@example.org.
– Stephanie Lyon, Communications Coordinator, Washington State Wine