Upcoming Wine Classes

Limited Seating: $50 per person.

Let our award-wining Wine Director, Aaron Wood-Snyderman, take you on a wine tour, where you’ll learn something new and discover new great wines. Lite bites will be provided to compliment each glass and you will be seated at your own private table to ensure the recommended six feet or more of safe distancing between guests.

To reserve your table, please email met-pdr@e3restaurantgroup.com or call 206.957.3216.
*Complimentary valet available. Bottles of our featured wines will be available for purchase afterwards to enjoy at home.

Tuesday, September 1st at 4pm – Sold Out

Let our award winning Wine Director, Aaron Wood-Snyderman, take you on a tour-de-force of some lesser known wine varietals that are GREAT summertime drinkers! In addition to tasting the amazing wines he has chosen for this class, Aaron will continue this educational program by focusing on learning to identify flavors in wine.

  • 2017 Domaine Huet, Clos du Bourg, Sec, Vouvray, Loire Valley, FR:
    Domaine Huet is THE producer out of Vouvray! This dry Chenin Blanc shows off all that is great from this beloved region.
  • 2019 Delille Roussanne, Ciel du Cheval Vineyard, Red Mountain, WA:
    Washington favorite Delille Cellars does a stellar job with Roussanne, a varietal that is originally native to France’s Rhȏne Valley.
  • 2019 Domaine Tempier Rosé, Bandol, FR:
    Domaine Tempier puts out amazing red and white wines from Provence, but it is this bottling for which they are most famous! This Rosé is not only delicious and world famous, it is one of the hardest to get bottles of wine around!


Our award-winning Wine Director, Aaron Wood-Snyderman, will be doing a two part series on “Chameleon Grapes.”

Pinot Noir and Syrah are two grape varietals that really show a tremendous sense of place. For the first week, we will be tasting three amazing Pinot Noirs from around the world, each from a growing region that is acclaimed for the varietal. For our second week, we will be doing the same with Syrah. For both classes we will really delve in to what makes these wines (from the same grape, but different parts of the world) so distinct.

Part 1 – Pinot Focus: Tuesday, September 15th at 4pmSold Out

  • 2008 Domaine Jean Grivot, Clos de Vougeot, Grand Cru, Burgundy, FR
  • 2016 Gran Moraine, Yamhill Carlton, OR
  • 2017 Kosta Brown, Sonoma Coast, CA

Part 2 – Syrah Focus: Tuesday, September 29th at 4pmSold Out

  • 2012 Lean-Luc Columbo, “Les Ruchets,” Cornas, FR
  • 2015 Kerloo Cellars, Upland Vineyard, Snipes Mountain, WA
  • 2015 Hicknbotham, Clarendn Vineyard, “Brooks Road,” McLaren Vale, AU