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This premier wine-tasting event allows attendees to indulge in a sensory journey through exquisite flavors, surrounded by breathtaking views of Lake Washington.

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Uncork summer fun and flavors at Washington’s biggest summer wine festival, Kirkland Uncorked, happening Friday, July 12 through Sunday, July 14 at Kirkland’s Marina Park.

Discover some of the Pacific Northwest’s finest as you sample 70 different wines (curated from a selection of vintages from local favorites + renowned estates) on the beautiful shores of Lake Washington.

General Admission, Grand Admission, and VIP tickets are now on sale. Pro tip: Enter code SEA to receive two extra drinks when you buy a Grand Admission ticket.

Cheers, Seattle.

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