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Segis Prospect Supper Club

  • Carnation Farms 28901 Northeast Carnation Farm Road Carnation, WA, 98014 United States (map)

Featuring Chef Ben Riggs, Executive Chef - Salish Lodge & Spa and wine from Chateau Ste. Michelle*.

Go on a culinary adventure as you experience a one-of-a-kind farm-to-fork experience. Guests join Carnation Farms staff in our certified organic garden to harvest and discuss ingredients that will be used for the evening meal.  Following, guests will take part in creating special garden cocktails, while watching and partaking in the continuation of the meal from the Chef to the plate and enjoy light appetizers. Then sit down out in our field, for an evening meal and entertainment. $90 per person.

Washington State’s Founding Winery

Fifty years ago, a tiny winery called Ste. Michelle Vineyards introduced its first vintage of European-style premium wine. It was the release that inspired today’s thriving Washington wine industry—now home to nearly 1,000 wineries and 14 AVAs.

Let’s raise a glass to the first five decades of our story. But only as a motivation to produce even more remarkable Chateau Ste. Michelle wine experiences in the next half-century.

 Cheers. The best is yet to come.

Born in April 1913, Segis Pietertje Prospect was a member of the Holstein foundation herd of Carnation Farm who were selected and bred for superior milk production capabilities.  As with all Carnation Farm animals, “Prospect” was treated with the utmost respect and kindness.  She shattered milk production records, gaining wide spread fame for both herself and Carnation Farm.  Prospect became an iconic historical figure who embodied the farm’s values of innovation and compassion.  She was used widely in advertising campaigns for the farm and became the model for Carnation’s contented cows.  Her legacy and image were immortalized in 1928 at the unveiling of her statue at the entrance to Carnation Farms which still stands today. 

Earlier Event: August 8
Cancelled: Garden Cocktails
Later Event: August 13
Chicken 101