Lobo Hills

Events

Wine & Food Pairings

Wine, Chips & Dip Pairing

March 12 - 14

Mark the date! The original food pairing event is coming back to honor National Potato Chip Day. This time, we're pairing with the creative culinary minds of Della Terra to present hand-crafted chips to custom dips. Once the menu is finalized, we'll send that out.


This time, our wine pairing event will run three days to give everyone a chance to taste wine and chips and dip. After all, life is too short not to enjoy a good wine with a good chip and the appropriate dip.

Times:
Friday 3-7pm, Saturday-Sunday 12-6pm
Event Fee:
$12/person ($10 club members) includes 4 unique chips/dip with 5 unique wine pours.

Reservations required. Each seating is 90 minutes. Reserve here.

Wine & Food Pairings

Anthony Cellars Launch Party

March 28, 12-6pm

Lobo Hills is pleased to announce the official release of our new winemaker series, Anthony Cellars. We teased this back in 2018. Now, it's official. We're releasing three new wines (for wine details, see our Shop). Over 90 minutes, we'll introduce each wine paired to a chef-curated charcuterie platter (vegetarian option available). $35/person. Questions, call 425-485-1097 or email info@lobohills.com.

Date/Time: Sunday, March 28, 12-6pm (90 minute reservations)

Event Fee: $35/person (includes 2oz pours of each wine and a curated charcuterie platter)

Special Offer: Receive an introductory discount of 20% for first purchase of Anthony Cellars

Reserve here

Full refunds if cancelled within 48 hours of event date.

Group Tastings

Wine Tastings

We're back indoors...though dress warmly as our roll-up door is open! If you prefer outdoors, we have a single heated tent with space for a single group up to 6 people. Our tasting menu is smaller than usual, so if you have a favorite, please note that in your reservation or call us at 425-485-1097. Our standard appetizer menu with artisanal cheese and meat will also be available. Walk-ins welcome...reservations recommended. Make your reservation now.

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To decant or not decant?

You may have noticed that wine tastes different (often better) towards the end of the meal than at the beginning. This is because the wine has had a chance to “breathe,” meaning the reaction between the air and the wine changes the flavor. Every wine is different however, and not all wines benefit from this practice. Look for the decanter recommendation for each of our wines as you browse the site!

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