There are 72 grape varieties in Oregon.
One of them is pinot noir.
What about the other 71?
30 OREGON WINEMAKERS. OVER 100 WINES.
Explore some of the other 71 Oregon-grown grape varieties beyond pinot noir,
from hip gamay and friendly pinot gris
to the lesser-known chasselas and super-rare savagnin rose.
(includes free wine tasting from all wineries,
Alt Wine 2019🤘 souvenir wine glass, and will-call services for wine purchases.)
This is a casual, walk-around tasting
Sunday, August 11 from 1-5pm
at The Old Schoolhouse in Newberg
Tickets ($40) include all the free wine tasting your heart could desire, a souvenir Alt Wine 2019🤘 wine glass, and will-call service for wine purchases. Food from Ricky’s Tacos will be available for purchase.
Designated drivers get in for free! (Also, consider our ride share.)
We will be raffling off some super-cool prizes to benefit our charity partner, p:ear. Be sure to wear your lucky socks!
Presented by Sunday School, a wine education and events company based in Portland
For more detailed details, go here
Ovum / Johan / Bells Up / Grochau / Golden Cluster / Adelsheim / Chehalem / Division Wine / Day Wines / Brooks / Chris James / Hiyu / Statera / James Rahn / Beckham / Illahe / Aerea / Sis & Mae / Anne Amie / Helioterra / Franchere / Hanson / Craft Wine / Raptor Ridge / Hooray for You / Hazelfern / Loop de Loop / Apolloni / Eyrie / Stoller / Upper Five / Abacela
LEARN MORE ABOUT OREGON WINE
Did you know that (allegedly) the first Oregon wine to win an award was a riesling in 1904?
(The history of Oregon is not what you think.)
Join us at our Oregon Alt Wine class on
Sunday, August 4 at The Nightwood Society to find out more.