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Forgeron Cellars Inaugural Artist Series Featuring Famed Street Artist Yu-Baba

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Celebrating the inaugural release of Forgeron Cellars’ artist series of wine with a live mural installation by famed street artist Julia Yubaba

Woodinvillle, WA:

Forgeron Cellars today announced the release of their first-ever Artist Series of wine, featuring murals by famed street-artist Julia Yubaba. Three wines will be released on Tuesday, April 23rd, 2019, including 2018 Pink Rabbits Rosé, 2018 Otherworldly Chardonnay, and the 2016 Imaginarium Red. To commemorate this release, Yubaba will be onsite painting a one-of-a-kind mural at our Woodinville location from April 23-27th, 2019, culminating in a Grand Release Party on April 27th from 12-6pm.

About Forgeron Cellars:

Forgeron Cellars, which is French for Blacksmith, was established in 2001 in a quest to produce site-specific wines that illustrate the diversity found amongst Columbia Valley’s different appellations. Their mission is to produce small-lot, artisanal wines that accurately represent each vineyard, varietal, and vintage. With the belief that much of winemaking occurs in the vineyard, Forgeron’s winemaking team adheres to traditional techniques while leveraging the benefits of modern innovation. The Forgeron production facility and Walla Walla tasting room are located in an old Blacksmith building in downtown Walla Walla, WA. Working with many of the region’s top grape-growers ensures the production of some of the best wines the Columbia Valley has to offer, and a proud tradition of award-winning wines.

About Julia Yu-Baba

Born in Belarus, Julia Yubaba began studying art during her childhood and graduated from the faculty of Architecture in Minsk, Belarus. She now lives in New York City, but her works can be found around the globe in such places as Germany, Italy, France, Austria, UK, Belgium, Greece, Poland, USA, India, and Belarus. She was one of the first female street artists to gain international recognition and her murals have been published in a number of books and magazines. Yu-baba’s intent is to make the world more beautiful through the power of imagination.

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