Food • Wine
The Loire Valley Wine Bureau is hosting an all out Muscadet Month in the city of Seattle. Muscadet, originates from the city of Nantes in the West Coast of the Loire Valley, which has a lot in common with its sister city of Seattle. Both are coastal and known for their shellfish. It only seems fitting to bring the Loire Valley “oyster wine” over to Seattle to match with the bountiful offerings of its local oyster farms. Muscadet is an undisputed perfect pairing for oysters, and will be the feature at 18 Seattle area restaurants from September 15th to October 15th. These establishments include:
- Bastille: 5307 Ballard Avenue NW — Seattle, WA
Le Gourmand + Sambar: 425 NW Market St — Seattle, WA
Monsoon East: 10245 Main Street — Bellevue, WA
Boat Street Cafe: 3131 Western Ave — Seattle, WA
Le Pichet: 1933 1st Avenue — Seattle, WA
Ray’s Boathouse: 6049 Seaview Ave NW — Seattle, WA
Café Campagne: 1600 Post Alley — Seattle, WA
Luc: 2800 E Madison Street — Seattle, WA
Crush: 2319 East Madison Street — Seattle, WA
Matt’s in the Market: 94 Pike Street — Seattle, WA
Seastar Restaurant and Raw Bar: 2121 Terry Ave, Ste. 108 — Seattle, WA
Monsoon: 615 19th Avenue East — Seattle, WA
The Walrus and The Carpenter: 4743 Ballard Avenue NW — Seattle, WA
Seastar Restaurant and Raw Bar: 205 108th Avenue NE — Bellevue, WA
For those in the wine trade, you can rev up your excitement for Loire Valley Wines throughout the U.S. during the month of September by attending one of several trade only Loire Valley tastings. They’ll have Muscadet yes, but also wine from all other regions of the Loire Valley.
Visit the Loire Valley Wine website for more info about the trade tastings.
You can follow the Loire Valley Wine Bureau on Twitter via @LoireValleyWine.