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Clore Grand Opening Part 2
by Greg Martin, click here for bio
Program: Fruit Grower Report
Date: May 22, 2014
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The Walter Clore Wine and Culinary Center is finally opening. Executive Director, Abbey Cameron says that the main focus for the Clore Center is to be a wine tasting room.
CAMERON: What we do in our tasting room is focus on a different area of Washington wine every month so we’re kind of telling different stories and showcasing different wineries in the areas and then while you are in our tasting room you are going to get to over time experience a little bit of Washington wine and agriculture history.
The grand opening is tomorrow from 1 to 3 pm in Prosser.
CAMERON: We’re opening the doors with some introductory exhibits on the walls and over the first year we’re going to work on implementing our full exhibit plan which is really going to delve into the history that has gotten Washington wine and its other agriculture products to where we are today.
She talks about what to expect at the opening tomorrow.
CAMERON: We’re going to be featuring a variety of local Prosser wines. St. Michelle Wine Estates has very generously donated some 2010 Walter Clore Reserve that we are going to use for our special toast. We have some of our local catering partners doing some yummy snacks. We’ll have a little program to thank those that supported us along the way and give them some recognition.
The Center will be fully open for business then on Saturday and every day from 11-5.
That’s today’s Fruit Grower Report. I’m Greg Martin on the Ag Information Network.
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