Fueled by a string of consistently excellent vintages, Oregon’s wine industry has expanded in terms of breadth and quality, especially for those consumers who value elegance and finesse. There has never been a better time to explore the prolific offerings of Oregon’s ever-expanding roster of wines, and the comparisons to Burgundy are bolstered by the influence of top producers paying direct tribute to the poise and energy of their French counterparts. Not only is Oregon Pinot Noir at a consistently higher quality than ever before, but also a host of other grape varieties are currently sharing the spotlight. We will explore the unique attributes of Oregon’s contemporary wine scene in a special seminar this Saturday. Our guest speaker will be our Restaurant Manager Julian Martinez, recently returned from Oregon Pinot Camp. The OPC is a special multi-day event that occurs annually every June, wherein the top wineries of Oregon host a lucky selection of members of the national wine trade. So come taste through a line up of the most exciting producers available to us, and hear the most current report of what to expect from this exciting, ever-expanding wine region.
– St. Innocent. Pinot Blanc ‘Freedom Hill’, 2016
– Gran Moraine, Chardonnay Yamhill-Carlton, 2016
– Evening Land, Chardonnay ‘Seven Springs’, 2015
– Martin Woods, Gamay ‘Havlin Vineyard’, 2017
– Domaine Drouhin, Pinot Noir, 2015
– Shea Wine Cellars, Pinot Noir ‘Estate’, 2014
The Seminar begins promptly at 2pm.
Includes an appropriately paired snack.
Seating is limited.
Seats can be purchased below.
Must be 21 or older to attend. Tickets are non-refundable.
$20 Seminar Fee, credited with a $200 purchase.