Monday, 23. August 2010
Soon a wine and culinary center will be built in Washington. The supporters of the Walter Clore Wine and Culinary Center in Prosser, Washington are striving to start with an outdoor event facility with an area that is also capable of holding meetings and small events. The building is expected to be opened in the fall of 2010. The Walter Clore Wine and Culinary Center is planning to offer events in this facility.
The Wine and Culinary Center is named after Dr.Walter Clore, a renowned viticulturist. Dr. Clore began experimenting with vinifera grapes in the 1930’s. Today he is considered the Father of Washington Wine.
The Center is supported by numerous groups including: Washington Wine Commission, Washington State University, Prosser Economic Development Association and the City of Prosser.
Eventually the Wine and Culinary Center will add more space and include interactive exhibition galleries, a flexible orientation theater for lectures and demonstrations, a demonstration kitchen, vineyards and gardens, a wine bar/tasting area, a retail shop for local products and classroom space.
To keep up with the development of the Walter Clore Wine and Culinary Center, be sure to visit their website.
The site of the center in Washington wine country seems to be ideal. While visiting wineries in Washington, this will become an ideal way to spend a day in Washington Wine Country.
Wine lovers who are interested in wine and culinary centers may want to visit the New York State Wine and Culinary Center in Canandaigua, New York. You can find a review of NYWCC at http://winetrailtraveler.com/learning/nywcc1.php.