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Greater Bothell Chamber of Commerce welcomes Rain City Wines to downtown Bothell

Rain City Wines owner Santo Roman and his girlfriend Nicole DeMoss. - Courtesy photo
Rain City Wines owner Santo Roman and his girlfriend Nicole DeMoss.
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The Greater Bothell Chamber of Commerce held a grand-opening ribbon cutting at Rain City Wines, located at 10137 Main St. in downtown Bothell, on April 26.  Several chamber representatives and members along with Bothell Mayor Mark Lamb and City Councilmember Del Spivey were present to welcome the new wine shop to the community.

Rain City Wines showcases 450 different producers from around the world that have been hand selected for their quality to price ratio. These wines date as far back as the late 19th century on up to present day.  Rain City Wines also has two weekly tastings, and soon will be pouring wines by the glass.

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