Celebrate wine, music and the arts at the 3rd Annual Wine Rocks for Arts Corps. Wine Rocks brings 25 wineries and four bands together at the Hard Rock Cafe on June 3rd. If you think all wine lovers are snobs,  you will have a great time  eradicating that myth. Sip Washington wines, savor tasty treats and enjoy the music at Wine Rocks Seattle!

Washington Wineries pouring at Wine Rocks

Balboa Winery
Barrage Cellars
Boudreaux Cellars
Chatter Creek
DeLille Cellars
DiStefano Winery
Donedei Wines
Dowsett Family Winery
Dunham Cellars
Gamache Vintners
Goose Ridge Estate Vineyards and Winery
Isenhower Cellars
JM Cellars
Jones of Washington
Kestrel Vintners
Magnificent Wine Company
McCrea Cellars
NW Totem Cellars
O Wines
Patterson Cellars
Sleight of Hand
Smasne Cellars
Sparkman Cellars
Walla Walla Vintners
Waters Winery

Wine Musicians


Gibson Guitars

Each year Wine Rocks showcases the musical talents of Washington wine makers  along with one wine writer and one nationally known rocker. They will be rocking out on Gibson Guitars, thanks to Gibson Guitars sponsoring the event.This year hear Paul Gregutt, Seattle Times Wine Columnist is returning to play and sing his heart out to rockin’ tunes. The Super Lucky Cats lead by Rob Newsom of Boudreaux Cellars will be playing bluegrass and Southern charm. Jamie Brown of Waters Winery sings his originals. Gordy Rawson of Chatter Creek, gives his band a new name every time they perform but the one thing you can count on is that they will be playing fun oldies to dance to!

Rock out at Wine Rocks Seattle on Hard Rock Cafe on June 3, 2010 from 7-10pm. Tickets are only $35

PLUS Celebrate Washington Wine at the Early Bird #WAWine tweetup at the Hard Rock Cafe with wine makers and a sneak peak at Seattle Wine Award Winning wines.

Wine Rocks Seattle is sponsored by Seattle magazine, Wino Magazine, The Mountain, Hard Rock Seattle and Gibson Guitars and supports the Arts Corps. Arts Corps is a non-profit that believes all children, regardless of resources, should be exposed and educated about the arts. Professional art instructors reach out to young people in schools and community centers through out King County.