clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

New Siren Song Winery Space Opens in Chelan; Vino Verite Moving to Columbia City

Today's dose of vital food news.

Vino Verite [Facebook]

LAKE CHELAN — Seattle-based investors Holly and Kevin Brown have re-launched their Chelan-based Siren Song Wine label with yesterday's opening of a new, multi-million dollar, state-of-the-art wine tasting, restaurant, and events facility. The winery has also released its first rose and its first sparkling wine made from estate pinot noir. [EaterWire]

COLUMBIA CITY — Capitol Hill wine shop Vino Verite announced Monday via  Facebook they'll be relocating to Columbia City after seven years on the hill. The announcement cited "good, but not great" business and a years-long goal to find a new space. At the end of July, they'll relocate to 4908-C Rainier Ave S. [Facebook]

INTERNATIONAL DISTRICT — The Wing Luke Museum is running a "Sizzling Summertime Tour" involving sampling "the edible and historic delights of Chinatown-International District." There are still spots available on the final two tours, held August 8 and 22. [EaterWire]

Sign up for the newsletter Sign up for the Eater Seattle newsletter

The freshest news from the local food world