Penn Cove Shellfish & Whidbey Island Winery Dinner


Ivar's Mukilteo Landing invites you to its mid-winter dinner featuring two iconic Whidbey Island favorites -- Penn Cove Shellfish and Whidbey Island Winery.

When:  February 22, 6:30pm

Where:  Ivar's Mukilteo Landing, 710 Front St | Mukilteo

Cost:  $95 (plus tax & gratuity)

♦ Five-course food "tour" presented by Chef Tim Tocatlian featuring fresh clams, mussels and oysters paired with estate wines and varietals sourced from some of Washington's finest vineyards.

♦ Learn about sustainable shellfish operations and practices from Tim Jones, 20-year Farm Operations Manager of Penn Cove Shellfish

♦ Hear from and engage with owner/winemaker Greg Osenbach as he shares his insights about his small production of wines, which have gained a reputation for outstanding quality, balance and value.

♦ Wines featured will include:  Madeleine Angevine (estate), Pinot Gris, Siegerrebe (estate), Rosato, Pinot Noir (estate), Sangiovese (award-winner) and Barbera Port NV

♦ For full five-course menu, click here

Reservations:  (425) 742-6180 


About Penn Cove Shellfish

Penn-Cove-Shellfish-Logo-BWPenn Cove Mussels, Inc. was established by the Jefferds family in June of 1975, in Coupeville Washington and is the oldest commercial mussel farm in North America. Eleven years later the company was purchased by the Jefferds brothers, Ian and Rawle along with Ian's wife Karen. In 1996 the company formed a joint venture with Coast Seafoods Company, America's largest oyster farm, the HAACP certified joint venture currently known as Penn Cove Shellfish, LLC.

Since the day it was established, the mission at Penn Cove Shellfish has been to be the premier producer and provider of the finest sustainably farmed shellfish products in the market today. Penn Cove Shellfish remains as the oldest and largest mussel farm in the United States, and their mussels have won top honors at international taste test competitions for their sweet flavor and fabulous texture. Along with their delicious Penn Cove Mussels, they farm Mediterranean Mussels, Manila Clams and Pacific Oysters. Additionally, they distribute 26 varieties of Pacific Oysters and Kumamoto Oysters which they receive from allied growers of the region.

Learn more about Penn Cove Shellfish here


About Whidbey Island Winery

WhidbeyIslandWineryWashington provides a rich palette to the winemaker, and Whidbey Island Winery tries to reflect this diversity in their wines; from their crisp fragrant estate grown whites, perfectly suited to the region’s culinary treasures, to classic and unusual reds and whites from varieties grown in some of eastern Washington’s finest vineyards.

The owners of the winery chose Whidbey Island as an ideal site for a vineyard and winery, planted the first grapes in 1986, and opened their doors in June of 1992 with 400 cases of wine. Whidbey Island Winery now produces about 3,500 cases a year and distributes throughout Washington state. Having gained a reputation for wines of outstanding quality, balance and value, they invite guests to come discover their award-winning wines, enjoy the winery grounds, and learn more about grape growing and wine making.

Learn more about Whidbey Island Winery here



When: Friday, 22 February 2019
Where: Ivar's Mukilteo Landing
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