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Dromore Manor to host Taste of Bayview Saturday

| April 13, 2010 9:00 PM

The Dromore Manor will open its doors for the Taste of Bayview wine tasting on Saturday, April 17 to fund the Bayview Centennial celebration this summer.

Seven unique wines from Europe, South America and the U.S. have been selected by Fred Meyer's wine steward, Daniel Park, for the event.

Along with the wines, a selection of gourmet hors d'oeuvres will be available to experience the alteration in the flavor of the wine with different foods.

Attendees will receive an etched Bayview Centennial keepsake goblet as they enter the Manor to use through the tasting venue, as well as a menu listing the wines by name and characteristics with an area for notes.

Each wine can be experienced cleanly and at the end of the tasting, each guest will select a full glass of the preferred wine from the tasting menu.

Wine tasting will be in two sessions, the first 2:30 to 4 p.m, and the second 4:30 to 6 p.m. for $25 a person.

Proceeds will fund Bayview Centennial events and the gift to the community. The event is sponsored by the Bayview Centennial Committee.

The Dromore Manor, a Victorian replica, is at 17216 E. Cape Horn Road in Bayview. It will be open to guests to tour as well as its gardens surrounding the manor and guest cottage.

For reservations, call Melinda Ely at 683-0936.

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