Siren Song Wines: Welcoming a new West Seattle Blog sponsor

June 28, 2012 at 11:20 am | In West Seattle news, WS beverages | 18 Comments

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This morning we welcome West Seattle’s own Siren Song Wines as a new WSB sponsor. Here’s what winemaker Kevin Brown (at right, with Holly Brown) would like you to know about Siren Song – which is part of a special event at a local restaurant this Saturday:

Siren Song Wines is a boutique winery in West Seattle specializing in premium varietals and blends. We’ve won multiple awards including a gold medal for our 2009 “A Night in Madrid” at the 2012 Washington Wine Competition.

Our customers love the high quality and variety of wines that we make. For example, we made 7 wines in 2009, which is challenging for a small winery. They also love the advantages of our wine club.

We belong to the Seattle Urban Wineries group. We are partnered with many West Seattle restaurants including La Romanza, Phoenecia, Pizzeria 22, and Blackboard Bistro, as well as with Bin 41 and West Seattle Cellars.

Siren Song Wines is online at sirensongwines.com. They are also part of the Roast Pigapalooza event at Blackboard Bistro this Saturday:

This will be the party of the summer – one that you don’t want to miss! We will be roasting a whole pig, presenting various small plates, and sipping delicious wines. This will be very “West Seattle casual.” Chef Jacob Wiegner will be preparing this wonderful, imaginative dining experience. Kevin Brown of Siren Song Wines will be presenting a tasting of three wines from his 2009 vintage. Price: $30/person plus tax and gratuity. To purchase tickets, call (206) 257-4832.

We thank Siren Song Wines for sponsoring independent, community-collaborative neighborhood news via WSB; find our current sponsor team listed in directory format here, and find info on joining the team by going here.

18 Comments

  1. I’ve tried several bottles of their Siren Song Wines and they are excellent. Kevin and Holly are wonderful people as well. Salud!!!

    Comment by Panda — 2:40 pm June 28, 2012 #

  2. A group of us attended their winemakers dinner at Phoenecia last week-it was outstanding! Loved learning & tasting how their wines paired with each course! We ordered a variety of their wine & picked them up 2 days later West Seattle Cellars.Holly also has a great website-www.thebrownlounge.com-full of terrific recipes & videos.

    Comment by Anne — 3:31 pm June 28, 2012 #

  3. Great wines all around! You just have to pick your favorite. Kevin is the winemaker and Holly the chef.
    A match made on “earth”. Thank god otherwise we will not get to enjoy their talents!

    Comment by Vito — 9:20 am June 29, 2012 #

  4. West Seattle is so lucky to have Siren Songs in their neighborhood! All their wines are fabulous, and I’m particularly fond of “A Night in Madrid.” My recommendation–go to the sirensongs.com and get yourself some wine!

    Comment by Carol — 10:16 am June 29, 2012 #

  5. We have had the pleasure of working with both Kevin and Siren Song Wines, and Holly’s Brown Lounge Food Blog. To the point, Kevin’s wines are STELLAR! When I first tried them I was blown away by Kevin’s ability to create depth, richness and still be true to the grapes he develops. We had the pleasure of featuring Siren Song Wines for our Spring Wine dinner and it was a smash sold out success both because of his amazing wines and his ability to make my guests at ease. Kevin and Holly both have a zeal and zest for life that is contagious and welcoming and it shines through their creative endeavors. West Seattle is blessed to have Siren Song in our Neighborhood! We feature all of Kevin’s current vintages and look forward to a long relationship with both Holly’s exceptional Brown Lounge blog and Siren Song Wines. Hot TIP: Keep a look out for the next Zinfadel vintage. I was lucky to have a barrel tasting of it and it is outrageously good!! -Aimee Pellegrini, La Romanza Bistro

    Comment by La Romanza — 10:31 am June 29, 2012 #

  6. Was just introduced to Siren Song 2009 Piazza Nostra , their Tuscan blend. Yummy! Can’t wait to try their other wines.

    Comment by Jim — 10:45 am June 29, 2012 #

  7. Siren Song wines are the perfect complement to great food and great company, the other two components of the Brown Lounge promise (www.thebrownlounge.com). I’ve enjoyed several glasses of these wonderful wines–so much so that I couldn’t pick a favorite, but look forward to continued and extensive sampling so I can, ahem, pick one?! Holly and Kevin approach food and wine with passion, expertise, and great style–salud!!

    Comment by Lakshmi — 10:48 am June 29, 2012 #

  8. I just recently tired Siren Song Wings and have to say I was really impressed! The wine was wonderful!!
    They have a new,loyal fan…

    Comment by Pamela — 12:47 pm June 29, 2012 #

  9. A Night in Madrid… I opened a bottle for some guests the other night — conversation stopped momentarily while we savored the rich and smooth wine!

    Comment by Steve — 1:16 pm June 29, 2012 #

  10. Kevin & Holly have done winetastings at Art Walk and hosted a few fantastic parties at Mind Unwind and we are thrilled that they are the newest WSBlog sponsor!! Siren Song is great wine and in my opinion, the label has a great design! Form and function…we are fans of Siren Song Winery!

    Comment by Krystal Kelley — 4:40 pm June 29, 2012 #

  11. Just thinking of their Auberge made me fetch a glass, which I’m drinking right now — it’s my new favorite. Keep up the good work

    Comment by KD — 6:19 pm June 29, 2012 #

  12. As a Siren Song Wine Club member, my wife Kari and I look forward to every shipment! Kevin’s wines are terrific…I love the Zinfandel, A Night in Madrid and the Adagio. I have never been a big lover of Chardonnay, but Kevin’s has made me a convert! Keep up the good work, Kevin!

    Comment by Peter Rosenberg — 6:40 pm June 29, 2012 #

  13. Pasta last night. Piazza Nostra was delicious and worked perfectly with the dish. We LOVE Siren Song wines!

    Comment by Kip — 5:11 am June 30, 2012 #

  14. The Siren Song wines are fantastic. If you have not tasted one of their wonderful wines I encourage you to do so. The Zinfandel is off the charts good.

    Comment by Denice — 10:06 am July 2, 2012 #

  15. We went out to dinner for pasta at Angelinas and came home for a delicious chocolate cake for dessert. We said, “why not open that bottle of Siren Song with dessert?” OMG it was awesome. I think it was the Night in Madrid. Fantastic with chocolate! Wow! What a finish!

    Comment by Bret Wiggins — 9:19 pm July 2, 2012 #

  16. I just became a member of the Siren Song Wine Club. First wine up – 2009 A Night in Madrid. WONDERFUL! No surprise it won a gold medal at the 2012 Washington Wine Competition.

    Comment by Janet — 8:30 am July 3, 2012 #

  17. Siren Song wines are delicious. We sipped wine with Theo’s chocolates recently in Fremont. Yum!

    Comment by Daisy — 11:36 am July 5, 2012 #

  18. Huge fan of SS wines. Particularly love the Chardonay but a who can resist a night in Madrid.

    Comment by Michael — 4:20 pm July 16, 2012 #

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