Please join us for a one-of-a-kind Riesling experience:
The Riesling Rendezvous, July 17-19, in beautiful Seattle.
The Riesling Rendezvous happens only once every three years, and it’s just three months away. We’ve been talking with many of the legendary producers and experts who will be participating, and we can tell you that this year’s Rendezvous is going to be truly extraordinary. If you haven’t registered yet, we hope you’ll reserve your spot as soon as possible. We really don’t want you to miss this.
Co-hosted by Chateau Ste. Michelle and Dr. Loosen Estate, the Riesling Rendezvous brings together Riesling experts from all over the world for three days of tastings, seminars and opportunities to talk one-on-one with your top Riesling heroes.
Here are just a few highlights:
Food & Wine Magazine Executive Wine Editor Ray Isle will lead an international tasting of dry Rieslings, assisted by Riesling revolutionary Stuart Pigott and Young Shi, China correspondent for JancisRobinson.com.
Wine & Spirits Magazine Publisher Joshua Greene will guide you through an international tasting of “beyond dry” Rieslings, from off-dry to dessert styles, with veteran Riesling reviewer David Schildknecht.
Break-out sessions, food pairings and more tastings throughout the event will let you explore your interests, from Riesling regions to selling Riesling, climate trends and more.
It all kicks off at the Grand Tasting on Sunday, July 17, where you’ll mingle with winemakers and sample top Rieslings – and terrific food – from around the globe on the picturesque grounds of Chateau Ste. Michelle.
The Rendezvous continues Monday and Tuesday, July 18-19, at the Bell Harbor International Conference Center with a stellar lineup of seminars, walk-around events and sit-down tastings of some very special wines. We’ve seen the list – trust us you want to taste these.
Registration is strictly limited – please don’t miss out.
Registration is limited to 300 attendees, and because the Rendezvous only happens once every three years, it sells out quickly. If you’ve been looking forward to this as much as we have, we highly encourage you to reserve your space today.
We’ll be there, of course, as will our co-host Chateau Ste. Michelle. Here’s a partial list of other attending producers. You can see the full list at RieslingRendezvous.com.
Jim Barry Wines