Looking for the perfect wine for the holiday season? Treveri Cellars sparkling wines should top the list of potential wines for your holiday table, hostess gift, or New Year’s eve celebrations.
And why not? This Yakima Valley sparkling wine has been served by US dignitaries both in and outside of the United States for special occasions.
The United States Ambassador to the Kingdom of Denmark, J. Rufus Gifford, served Treveri Cellars wines for a Thanksgiving feast held at the American Chamber of Commerce event in Copenhagen this past Thanksgiving. The wine was served for over 250 guests, and Ambassador Gifford was presented with a bottle of the award-winning American sparkling wine. This marks the first time that Treveri has been poured at a diplomatic event outside the United States.
Treveri Cellars has also been served twice at the US State Department in Washington D.C. by chef Jason L. Larkin. Once for Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in Dec. 2011 for her official diplomatic receptions at Christmas, and once for Secretary of State John Kerry in July 2013 for the 4th of July Independence Day celebration at the rooftop reception area at the State Dept in D.C.
Treveri Cellars, Washington State’s premiere sparkling wine house, opened its doors in 2010. Juergen Grieb, a native of Trier, Germany, is a 31-year industry veteran in Washington State.
Andy Perdue recently wrote an article for his article in the Seattle Times on Trever Cellars. http://seattletimes.com/html/pacificnw/2022300671_1208grapevinexml.html