Tulalip Resort’s annual Taste of Tulalip Holiday Wine Sale is the perfect place to do some holiday shopping.
Their sale will feature over 100 remarkable wine selections from around the world, and will be held on Tuesday, November 21; Wednesday, November 22; and Black Friday, November 24 from 4 p.m. – 9 p.m. While shopping for the perfect gift or something for the home cellar, guests can also create made-to-order gift baskets.
During the sale, guests can also sample a selection of wines they might not have otherwise ever tried…and can purchase it on the spot!
The sale will include bottles from great winemakers at Leonetti Cellars, Coupe de Foudre, Chateau Lynch-Bages, Chateau Cos d’ Estournel, Antinori, Harlan Estate, Araujo, Quilceda Creek, Doubleback, Mollydooker, Chris Figgins’ Toil Winery, and Kosta Browne. Guests can also select from several vintages of Taste of Tulalip Honorary Winemaker wines in Tulalip’s annual featured artist etched bottles from some of Washington’s top winemakers, featuring Betz Family Winery, Sparkman Cellars, Barrage Cellars, and my personal favourite Côte Bonneville.
What you should know about bringing wine into Canada courtesy of winelaw.ca Probably the most important thing to know is the minimum BC Liquor Board fee is $1.83 and a maximum of $12.75 plus other fees as described in the link above. Know before you go so there are no surprises at the Canadian Border. Do the math, the more expensive the wine the better ratio of fees and duties. A wine that costs $100. Canadian should result in slightly less than $30. duty, taxes and fees (check out winelaw.ca yourself to calculate the approximate fees that may apply).