Wreath, Wine & Design with XOBC Cellars Saturday December 4th | 3-5:30pm

$ 165

We are SO excited to host our 2nd in person*, Wine & Design Class! Design classes paired with featured local winery, XOBC Cellars.

XOBC Cellars will be on site, offering a sampling of their wines while you create a Seasonal Evergreen Wreath under the tutelage of Melissa Feveyear. 

XOBC Cellars was founded in 2019 by multi Grammy winning artist Brandi Carlile, her wife Catherine, and their friends, Jeri and Amy Andrews. Their wines showcase the quality and refinement that makes Washington wine unparalleled. XOBC Cellars has struck a chord that’s rarely, if ever been heard - boutique exceptionalism coupled with a culture of rugged and radical inclusion. These women fused music and wine with a common goal of making a difference by donating proceeds from XOBC Cellars to Brandi’s Looking Out Foundation. A true outlier, showcasing female & LGBTQ+ leadership, this team of women in wine has raised the bar for the entire industry. 

Drenched in community and friendship, their winery is an enviable example of a brand and collective that can contribute to the greater good, proving their trademark that raising a glass can make a difference, too. 

Wreath, Wine & Design Class includes:

  • Full access to our Dried Floral Design Bar
  • Design Demo and Mechanics Instruction 
  • Wreath Form and Supplies
  • Wine Flight of featured XOBC Wines
  • Select Wines by the bottle will be available for purchase. 

PLEASE NOTE: All attendees must be at least 21 years of age to attend this event.

 *This is an in-person class. Proof of Vaccination and masks will be required to attend this class. 

- FLORAL SELECTION IS BASED UPON SEASONAL AVAILABILITY AND MAY VARY SLIGHTLY FROM THE IMAGES SHOWN. THE IMAGES ARE REPRESENTATIVE OF SEASONAL FLOWERS WE MAY USE. DESIGN WILL STAY TRUE TO THE PICTURED AESTHETIC.
-DUE TO RECENT COVID CHALLENGES, THERE IS CURRENTLY A SHORTAGE ON CONTAINER AVAILABILITY. WE WILL DO OUR BEST TO FIND SIMILAR SUBSTITUTIONS WHERE POSSIBLE, BUT THE DESIGN MAY BE DESIGNED IN A GLASS VESSEL IF OTHER SUBSTITUTIONS CAN NOT BE MADE.

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