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Rockin’ Sips @ EFESTE
Feb 25 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Rockin’ Sips, our wildly popular wine and music event, is a fundraiser for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS).

Soul Siren, the Northwest’s premier party band is returning to headline the event  and perform everyone’s dance favorites.

While rocking out, guests will be able to enjoy sips of some of our most popular EFESTĒ wines as well as exciting selections from Pepper Bridge Winery and William Church Winery, and refreshing microbrews from 20 Corners Brewing!
EFESTE: featuring Tough Guy Red, Sauvage Sauvignon Blanc, and Final Final
Pepper Bridge Winery: Amavi Cellars Walla Walla Valley Syrah and Pepper Bridge Cabernet Sauvignon
William Church Winery: Cabernet Franc and Malbec
20 Corners Brewing: Select microbrews

Have a fun souvenir photo taken at the magnificent photo booth provided by The SnapBar.

Nibble on slices of our signature gourmet pizza hot from our Wood Stone oven, crostini from Madison Park Cafe Catering, and appetizers from Green Apple Catering.

Enter to win some enticing prizes including large format bottles, salon and spa services from fabulous Beehive Salon, a dining gift certificate courtesy of popular Purple Cafe and Wine Bar, and the highly coveted Sip, Savor, and Sleep package from Willows Lodge and Barking Frog.

Go home with a souvenir glass commemorating the evening thanks to True Brands.

Unable to make it to the event but want to support the cause?  Purchase Tough Guy wine or become a sponsor.

Big Climb 31 Seattle @ Columbia Center
Mar 26 @ 8:30 am – 4:30 pm

EFESTĒ is a proud sponsor of Big Climb 31, supporting the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Washington and Alaska. We thank all the participants who, like us, believe that someday is today. Look for our wines to be poured at the Climb’s 2017 Awards Ceremony.

If you are unable to participate in the climb, but would like to support cures, consider purchasing a bottle of our Tough Guy wine which also benefits LLS. Tough Guy is inspired by our own survivor, Joseph Taylor.