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Woodinville, Wash. - Washington’s founding winery recently earned LIVE sustainability for its popular Woodinville, Washington winery, which is visited by more than 300,000 guests a year. The winery’s Canoe Ridge Estate red winery in Eastern Washington, as well as its Canoe Ridge Estate and Cold Creek vineyards are also LIVE and Salmon Safe Certified. LIVE is a rigorous third party certification program of environmentally and socially responsible winegrowing in the Pacific Northwest.

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Washington state’s founding winery, Chateau Ste. Michelle, will release a new Columbia Valley Rosé nationally on March 1. To tap into the popularity of rosé, Chateau Ste. Michelle returns to its roots, as one of the first varietals the winery released was a Grenache Rosé in 1967.

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Chateau Ste. Michelle is excited announce its fourth season of SESSIONS Theater Series, intimate indoor concerts and improv comedy acts kicking off on February 9th with a performance by the Sonic String Quartet. The 2018 SESSIONS lineup, which runs through April, features popular Northwest musicians, improv groups, and more acts to be announced soon. Performances will be held in Chateau Ste. Michelle’s new modern theater within the winery’s newly remodeled and expanded visitor center. Food and wine will be available for purchase to enjoy before and during each show. Attendees must be 21 and over to attend. For a complete event listing and to purchase tickets, visit Ste-Michelle.com.

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“Raise a Glass, Fund a Scholarship” Program Runs Through December

Celebrating its 50th Anniversary, Washington's founding winery Chateau Ste. Michelle is partnering with Washington restaurants to support the tenth annual "Raise a Glass, Fund a Scholarship" program to benefit Viticulture and Enology programs at Washington State University and other Northwest universities. You can support future winemakers with a purchase of Chateau Ste. Michelle wine at some 300 Northwest restaurants participating in the "Raise a Glass, Fund a Scholarship" program which runs through the end of December 2017.

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Chateau Ste. Michelle, Washington State’s founding winery, continues its year-long 50th anniversary celebration with the recent release of its coffee-table style history book, “Chateau Ste. Michelle: The First 50 Years (1967-2017).” The beautifully illustrated hardcover book, featuring more than 100 pages of Washington wine chronicles, details the rich story of the state’s wine industry and Chateau Ste. Michelle’s leadership in bringing it to the forefront of the American wine industry. While supplies last, the book will be available for purchase for $30 on site at Chateau Ste. Michelle’s wine shop or online at [www.ste-michelle.com](https://www.ste-michelle.com/shop/merchandise-events/chateau-ste-michelle-the-first-50-years).

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