Last year's event sold out quickly, officials said.
Tickets for the 2012 Taste are scheduled to go on sale at 9 a.m. today through www.brownpaper tickets.com.
The Taste of Tulalip weekend starts with a multicourse celebration dinner for 400 diners on Friday. Food is paired with an international selection of premium wines.
Saturday's activities include wine and food demonstrations, wine seminars, a VIP Magnum party and the Grand Taste, when more than 120 Washington, Oregon, California, French and Italian wineries, craft beers and more are available for sampling. Space is limited to 1,800 tickets.
Tickets cost $150 for the celebration dinner, $225 for the all-access Saturday pass and $85 for the Grand Taste only.
Special "platinum packages," which include an overnight stay at the Tulalip Resort Casino Hotel, also are available for $1,300 for individuals or $2,200 for a couple.
Taste of Tulalip is held at the Tulalip Casino Resort, 10200 Quil Ceda Blvd., Tulalip. For more information, go to www.tulalip resort.com.
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