A Seattle winemaker has created the perfect red and white blends for P.F. Chang’s


Precept Wine has partnered with P.F. Chang’s to create two wines specifically for the restaurant chain. The wines are on the menus of all 214 P.F. Chang’s U.S. restaurants.

One of Washington’s largest wine producers has teamed up with a nationwide chain of restaurants to produce a set of wines.

Precept Wine, based in Seattle, worked with P.F. Chang’s to create red and white blends to pair with the chain’s Farm to Wok menu. The wines, known as the Walla Walla Project, are available in all 214 P.F. Chang’s restaurants across the United States.

The wines were developed by winemaker John Freeman at Waterbrook Winery in Walla Walla. They are made under the Browne Family Vineyards label, one of the company’s high-end brands.

The white is a blend that is predominantly riesling, and also includes sauvignon blanc, chenin blanc and…



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