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Tanjuli Winery in Zillah Gears Up for Hallowine Celebration

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ZILLAH, WA - Halloween weekend in wine country wouldn't be complete well, without some wine. We made our way to Tanjuli Winery in Zillah to check out what's happening this weekend.

It turns out there will be costumes, wine and 400 horses. Yes, you read right. 

The Back Country Horsemen of Washington (BCHW), a statewide non-profit organization made of over 3500 members in 35 chapters across the state will be making their way through a number of wineries in Zillah on Halloween, including family-owned winery, Tanjuli Winery. 

"This is all open to the public. it's a fun event weekend here and it basically only happens on one day, Saturday, Halloween itself. It's a great chance to see some beautiful horses, also see a lot of people having a lot of fun with the costuming as well," said Thomas Campbell, Owner and Winemaker at Tanjuli. 

Tanjuli Winery specializes in unusual varieties of grapes and wine, including carménère wine grapes, which originated in France, later re-discovered in chile and now you can find them at Tanjuli. Along with the specialty blends, Campbell tells us they also take pride in cultivating local flavors. Tanjuli Winery is located at 209 N. Bonair Rd.  

 

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