About WFSCC

Mission Statement

Our mission focuses on connecting people who share a common sense of value, creativity and craftsmanship inherently present in the culinary and viticulture industry. Through philanthropic endeavors we strive to raise awareness in furthering education and research while supporting those who desire to achieve a higher professional level in the food and wine industry.

History

WFSCC was started in 2006 in an effort to gather together people who shared a common joy in discovering great wines paired with culinary foods while raising much needed funds for the advancement of the food and wine education and research in SW Washington.

As a 501(c)(3) non profit the Wine and Food Society of Clark County is committed to raising funds and supporting an on-going scholarship and grant foundation.

Membership

Membership annual dues are $40 per couple or $25 per single and are paid annually.

Upcoming Events

Robert Burns Dinner 2018 – SAVE THE DATE

Get out your calendar and SAVE THE DATE for our annual Robert Burns Supper in celebration of all things Scottish. This year’s event will be Saturday, January 20, 2018   […]

Farm to Fort Dinner September 18, 2017

It’s hard to believe that September is already here…a time to celebrate the harvest and reap the bounty of our neighboring farms and wineries. And what better way to celebrate […]