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(Last updated: 01/20/2017)

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Date

Event

Location

Sat
Feb 11
Tasting 1 – 4 pm
Dinner 6 pm
Wine Tasting and Winemaker Dinner with Cellar at 10th - Woodward Canyon. Cellar on 10th will feature an afternoon of tastings by Woodward Canyon and their Walla Walla, Washington wines. Later that evening reserve your spot for a winemaker dinner paired with Woodward Canyon wines. The Cellar on 10th
1004 Marine Drive
Astoria, OR
Thu - Sun
Feb 23 – 26
Times TBA
Newport Seafood & Wine Festival. The annual Newport Seafood & Wine Festival showcases over 150 premier Northwest wines, culinary professionals and regional artisans drawing nearly 25,000 visitors each year. South Beach Marina
Newport, OR
Thu – Sun
Mar 9 – 12
Times TBA
Savor Cannon Beach Festival. With a focus on Northwest wines and regional cuisine, the Savor Cannon Beach festival offers a four-day lineup of wine, culinary and arts in one of the Pacific Northwest’s most beautiful vacation destinations. Festival events focus on specific themes that showcase the bounty of Northwest wine and cuisine while restaurants, galleries and shops add a weekend full of tastings, special dinners and cultural events. The highlight of the festival is the Savor Cannon Beach Wine Walk on Saturday featuring approximately 40 Northwest wineries pouring tastings at Cannon Beach art galleries, restaurants and retail shops, all within easy walking distance in this compact beach community. Many Cannon Beach businesses also participate in a Tasting Tour featuring free or low cost tastings ranging from chocolates and olive oils to specialty salts and locally-made brews and spirits. Cannon Beach, OR
Fri – Sun
Apr 28 – 30
Times TBA
Astoria Warrenton Crab, Seafood & Wine Festival. The 35th annual Astoria Warrenton Crab, Seafood & Wine Festival offers great coastal cuisine, arts, crafts, wine tastings and more. The festival is hosted by the Astoria-Warrenton Area Chamber of Commerce. Clatsop County Fair & Expo Center
92937 Walluski Loop
Astoria. OR

Ongoing Events outside official Oregon Wine Regions

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Saturdays
Tastings 1 – 4 pm
Dinners 6 pm
Afternoon Wine Tastings and Winemaker Dinners at the Cellar on 10th.  Located in the Astoria Underground at the corner of 10th & Marine Drive in Downtown Astoria. Join them for some great finds and surprises at the The Cellar on 10th.  For a complete listing of tastings and dinner themes click HERE or call 503-325-6600.  The Cellar on 10th
1004 Marine Drive
Astoria, OR

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Ongoing Willamette Valley Events

Date

Event

Location

Fri – Sun
Jan 20 – 22
Times vary
Oregon Truffle Festival: Yamhill Valley Experience. For more than a decade, the Oregon Truffle Festival has been the leading voice for a burgeoning American industry as well as an exciting culinary festival that sells out its popular dinners and tasting events year after year. From James Beard winning chefs to truffle industry experts to food journalists and food enthusiasts, dozens of renowned culinary personalities and industry players participate in the Oregon Truffle Festival every year. It’s the only event of its kind in the country, and the foremost wintertime culinary event in the Pacific Northwest. This weekend will be sponsored in the Yamhill Valley, from Newberg to McMinnville. Yamhill Valley
Sat
Jan 21
Noon - 3:30 pm
Wine and Food Pairing Carelessly matching any dish with any libation? Instead, learn how to create a symbiotic relationship between wine and food with Chef Jennifer Grumme at Saffron Fields Vineyard. Pinot Noir’s light-body and low tannins make it the perfect food wine. Chef Jennifer and a wine steward will walk you through the interconnections of the silky, sensual Pinot Noir and decedent morsels with a 4-course seated wine and food pairing. Choose from 12-1:30 session or 2-3:30 session on Saturday, January 21. Cost is $55 and reservations are required. Order tickets via saffronfields.com or calling 503.662.5323. Saffron Fields Vineyard
18748 NE Laughlin Road
Yamhill, OR
Thu
Jan 26
9 am - noon
Oregon Truffle Festival: Joriad™ North American Truffle Dog Championship.
Watch and experience some of the world’s most talented truffle dogs as they compete in the 3rd annual Joriad™ Truffle Dog Championship. The Joriad™ begins in the morning with a series of qualifying events where spectators can cheer-on the teams as they race to search for hidden truffle-scented targets. Finalists are announced at the end of the morning’s qualifying events.

The morning’s finalists will advance to the Joriad™ Field Trial the afternoon of the 26th for an authentic head-to-head and nose-to-ground action in the wild where nature alone determines location, variety, and quantity of rare Oregon truffles. Because truffle hunting in the field does not lend itself to spectator participation, this event is not open to the public, but everyone ticketed from the morning round is invited to attend the Gala Awards Ceremony in the early evening at the Hilton.
Eugene.Lane County Fairgrounds Horse Pavilion
796 W. 13th Ave.
Eugene, OR
 
Fri & Sat
Jan 27 & 28
Fri 4 – 10 pm
Sat noon – 10 pm
First Taste Oregon. First Taste is an event of epic proportion, featuring the best in Oregon Wines, craft breweries, hard ciders, delectable eats, live music, artwork from around the state and a one of a kind shopping experience. Whether you are looking for a relaxing wine tasting experience or a sampling of something a bit more extravagant, First Taste has something to offer all who attend. Oregon State Fair & Exposition Center ~ Columbia Hall
2330 NE 17th Street
Salem, OR
Fri – Sun
Jan 27 - 29
Times vary
Oregon Truffle Festival: Eugene. For more than a decade, the Oregon Truffle Festival has been the leading voice for a burgeoning American industry as well as an exciting culinary festival that sells out its popular dinners and tasting events year after year. From James Beard winning chefs to truffle industry experts to food journalists and food enthusiasts, dozens of renowned culinary personalities and industry players participate in the Oregon Truffle Festival every year. It’s the only event of its kind in the country, and the foremost wintertime culinary event in the Pacific Northwest. This weekend will culminate the festival in Eugene, OR. Various locations, Eugene, OR
Fri
Jan 27
3:30 - 5:30 pm
Paella and Tempranillo Event at Remy Wines.  Remy Wines will host a Paella party and Tempranillo Release on Friday, January 27th from 3:30 to 5:30 PM.  Guests will enjoy our newly released 2015 Willamette Valley Tempranillo with antipasto, vegetarian or meat paella and dessert plates.  Luci Wisniewski, Tempranillo winegrower at Sunnyside Vineyards will discuss the finer points of growing Tempranillo in the Willamette Valley.  Please join us at baR, located at 905 NE 10th Avenue, McMinnville, OR 97128.  $25 entry fee for general public and $10 for club members.  RSVP is required, 503-501-8658 or email. Please email baR@remywines.com or purchase through our Facebook page under the Buy Wine! tab.  baR
905 NE 10th Ave
McMinnville, OR
Fri
Jan 27
7:00 pm
Winter Winemaker Dinner Series at Joel Palmer House.  Elk Cove Winemaker Dinner will provide a five-course dinner, paired with Elk Cove wine. Winemaker Adam Campbell will join you to make the evening one to remember.  $125.00 per person includes food and wine.  Purchase tickets online. Joel Palmer House
600 Ferry Street
Dayton, OR
Fri - Sun
Jan 27 - 29
11 am - 5 pm
Buy Local, Give Local.  At Tucannon Cellars this year we will be waiving all tasting fees and offering a 10% discount on any purchase for anyone bringing in a donation item, or cash donation, to the Benton Franklin Humane Society. Donation Items include dog/cat toys, paper towels, dry erase board with markers and other office supplies.

Bring in your furry-friend or their adoption papers to double the discount and enjoy our Tucannon Wine Club benefits for the whole day! To learn about all the benefits and reasons you may want to be a Tucannon Club Member, visit our portal here! http://www.tucannoncellars.com/wine-club.html.  Call: 509-545-9588
Tucannon Cellars
40504 N Demoss Rd
Benton City, WA
Sat
Feb 4
2 - 4 pm
Meet Artist Yuji Hiratsuka at Samuel Robert Winery.  Samuel Robert Winery invites you to our "Artist of the Month" event on Saturday, February 4th at 2 p.m. in our tasting room. We are honored to host for the second time, print master Yuji Hiratsuka, whose art work blends Japanese ukiyo-e tradition and modern Western elements. Enjoy an array of Samuel Robert wines during an exclusive meet and greet with Mr. Hiratsuka, and view a selection of his memorizing and unique prints currently featured in our art gallery.  $10 tasting fee.  Info: 503-835-0678 Samuel Robert Winery
510 S Trade Street
Amity, OR
Fri & Sat
Feb 3 & 4
Fri 2 – 10 pm
Sat noon – 10 pm
Portland Seafood and Wine Festival.  Sip some of Oregon’s best wines while indulging in fresh coastal seafood and culinary delights at the 12th Annual Portland Seafood & Wine Festival. This Portland Tradition falls right in the middle of Dungeness Crab season. Bring the whole family with face painters, balloon artists and so much more. $12 per person, $10 for children 11 to 18, over 60 years old $10 and children under 11 free. 777 NE Martin Luther King, Jr. Blvd
Portland, OR
Fri
Feb 10
6:30 pm arrival;
7:00 pm sit down
Winter Winemaker Dinner Series at Joel Palmer House.  Iris Vineyards Winemaker Dinner will provide a five-course dinner, paired with Iris Vineyards wine.  $125.00 per person includes food and wine.  Purchase tickets online. Joel Palmer House
600 Ferry Street
Dayton, OR
Sat
Feb 11
11 am - 4 pm
Bubbles Fest 2017.  Celebrate Valentines' Day Weekend at the third annual Bubbles Fest sparkling wine festival. Take in Anne Amie’s incredible view while tasting sparkling wine from 19 different Oregon producers and enjoying locally created small bites.  Music by Nate Botsford.  Event Fee:  $45  Info: 503-864-2991 Anne Amie Vineyards
6850 NE Mineral Springs Road
Carlton, OR
Sat
Feb 11
11 am - 5 pm
Illahe Vineyards Valentine's Fondue and S'mores party.  Celebrate Valentine's Day a few days early at Illahe Vineyards! We will be pouring our beautiful reserve pinot noirs and releasing our viognier and tempranillo rosé. The wines will be paired with fondue and other nibbles. We will also be breaking in our new firepit and roasting s'mores! We hope to see you there!  $15 tasting fee includes fondue. (Tasting fee waived with a $50 or more purchase Illahe Vineyards
3275 Ballard Road
Dallas, OR
Sat
Feb 11
6:30 pm
Valentine's Dinner at Saffron Fields.  Treat your sweetheart to a romantic dinner in the intimate setting of our tasting room.  Rose-lipt maidens and lightfoot lads can toast to romance with Saffron Fields Vineyard this Valentine’s Day. Chef David DuFour will prepare an ambrosial four-course meal, perfectly paired with your favorite Saffron Fields wines. Tickets are $75 and include a seated dinner with wine pairing. Reservations are required and seating is limited. Make reservations online or contact the Tasting Room for additional questions. Saffron Fields Vineyard
18748 NE Laughlin Road
Yamhill, OR
Fri - Mon
Feb 17 - 20
11 am - 5 pm
Red Wine & Chocolate.  You are going to LOVE what Tucannon Cellars has prepared for you and yours this year for RW&C.  We will be baking our devilishly rich bacon-brownie bites and pairing them with our favorite red wines all weekend, yes you read that correctly; Bacon, Brownies, Wine.  (All complimentary to our Tucannon Wine Club Members, and RW&C Pass Holders.)

Even better, on Saturday Feb 18th Baum’s House of Chocolate will be playing Cupid while they orchestrate a tasting workshop with their handmade chocolate ganache, and coupling them with our hand-crafted wines. YUMMM!

Still not in love?  Baums and Tucannon got together and created the perfect treat; a wine barrel chocolate truffle, filled with a rich chocolate ganache that was infused with our Saddle Bronc Syrah!  We will have these for sale Saturday only, but they won’t last long!  Event fee:  $10.  Info: 509-545-9588
Tucannon Cellars
40504 N Demoss Rd
Benton City, WA
Fri
Feb 24
6:30 pm arrival;
7:00 pm sit down
Winter Winemaker Dinner Series at Joel Palmer House.  Elizabeth Chambers Cellars Winemaker Dinner will provide a five-course dinner, paired with Elizabeth Chambers Cellars wine.  Winemaker Elizabeth Chambers will join you to make this a memorable evening.  $125.00 per person includes food and wine.  Purchase tickets online. Joel Palmer House
600 Ferry Street
Dayton, OR
Fri
Feb 24
5 - 7:30 pm
Cuvée Stroll.  Sample wines from 14 Oregon wineries served with food from executive chef Sunny Jin and 4 fellow French Laundry alums in the luxuriously relaxing atmosphere of The Allison Inn & Spa. In addition, sample savory and sweet treats from 20 artisan food purveyors who will offer their products for sale. Tickets include a commemorative Riedel tasting glass. Proceeds benefit the Yamhill Enrichment Society. Tickets are $50 each.  Call: 503-883-9654 Allison Inn & Spa
2525 Allison Lane
Newberg, OR
Sat
Feb 25
1 – 5:30 pm
Oregon Chardonnay Celebration. The sixth annual Oregon Chardonnay Celebration educates both industry members and consumers about the varietal in a non-competitive environment. The event begins with a seated topical seminar and tasting followed by the Grand Tasting, a walk around sampling of over 40 Oregon producers, one of the region’s largest varietal-specific tastings. Attendees have a choice of participating in both the seminar and Grand Tasting or the Grand Tasting only.

Formerly known as The Oregon Chardonnay Symposium, the Oregon Chardonnay Celebration delves deep into what makes Oregon Chardonnay unique, each year focusing on different aspects of the varietal and its place in the state. Bringing together both pioneers and the current generation of Oregon producers, the Oregon Chardonnay Celebration provides a lens through which you can view the past, present, and future of Oregon Chardonnay.

Tickets available at www.oregonchardonnaycelebration.orgInfo: 503-883-9160

Allison Inn and Spa
2525 Allison Ln
Newberg, OR
Mon
Feb 27
5:30 - 8 pm
Walla Walla Wine in Portland.  Under one roof, you can sample a selection of wines from 40 of the Walla Walla Valley’s wineries.  Mingle with principals and winemakers who will pour for you and answer your questions, while sharing their insights on the vintage and their current releases.  Experience the commitment and passion that gives the renowned wine region of the Walla Walla Valley its energy and personality.  This opportunity will enhance your understanding of the wines produced in this inviting corner of Washington State.  It is an experience that will leave you wanting to visit our town and see the inner workings of a very special wine community.  Tickets $50.00 Leftbank Annex
101 N Weidler St
Portland
Fri
Mar 10
6:30 pm arrival;
7:00 pm sit down
Winter Winemaker Dinner Series at Joel Palmer House.  Ken Wright Cellars Winemaker Dinner will provide a five-course dinner, paired with Ken Wright Cellars wine.  $125.00 per person includes food and wine.  Purchase tickets online. Joel Palmer House
600 Ferry Street
Dayton, OR
Fri – Sun
Mar 10 – 12
Fri 3 – 9 pm
Sat noon – 9 pm
Sun noon – 5 pm
SIP! McMinnville Food & Wine Classic. Sip! McMinnville Wine & Food Classic was established in 1993 as both a fun event for wine and food enthusiasts and a benefit for the children of St. James School. Over the years it has grown in attendance to over 15,000. General admission $17, seniors (65) $15, 3-Day Pass $32, designated driver $15, parking per car $7, children, age 9 and under are free. Evergreen Space Museum
500 NE Captain Michael King Smith Way,
McMinnville, OR
Fri
Mar 24
6:30 pm arrival;
7:00 pm sit down
Winter Winemaker Dinner Series at Joel Palmer House.  Tendril Wine Cellars Winemaker Dinner will provide a five-course dinner, paired with Tendril Cellars wine.  Winemaker Tony Rynders will join you to make this a memorable evening.  $125.00 per person includes food and wine.  Purchase tickets online. Joel Palmer House
600 Ferry Street
Dayton, OR
Mar 24 – Apr 30
9 am – 6 pm
Wooden Shoe Tulip Fest. There is nothing like the colors of our tulip fields in the spring backed by Mt. Hood and surrounded by fresh country air. Every year the varieties are arranged differently in a new pattern of color. Bring your family (including the dog!) and enjoy 40 acres of tulips. Pack your own picnic lunch or purchase food onsite and make it a day-long event. Daily wine tasting available from the Wooden Shoe Vineyards, catch a bouncy ride on their famous cow trains, and so much more. Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm
33814 S. Meridian Rd
Woodburn, OR
Sat & Sun
Apr 8 & 9
Times vary by winery.
North Willamette Wine Trail Weekend.  Spend a weekend exploring Oregon wine country while being treated to complimentary wine tastings, food pairings, entertainment, and hands-on activities at more than 20 participating wineries during this self-guided wine tour weekend. North Willamette Map
Sat
May 6
6 - 10 pm
Flavors of Carlton.  Join us for this gala evening hosted by Ken Wright Cellars of Carlton, Oregon.  Bid on original art, world-class wines, one-of-a-kind experiences and more during live and silent auctions.  Dinner in the Big Tent at Ken Wright Cellars will feature offerings from 10 regionally renowned chefs with wine pairings from 20 of Yamhill Carlton AVA's world-class vintners.  Purchase your tickets online  or call the YCTC office at 503-852-4405.  A benefit for Yamhill Carlton Together Cares local youth and community programs. Ken Wright Cellars
120 N Pine
Carlton, OR 
Sat, Sun, Mon
May 27 - 29
11 am - 5 pm
Memorial Weekend in Wine Country.  Join us for one of the Willamette Valley's longest-running events where more than 150 wineries and tasting rooms will host special events, capping off the state-wide celebration of Oregon Wine Month

Taste new wines from your favorite labels, sample from the barrel with winemakers, or savor specialty food pairings and live music.  Enjoy a winery tour or vineyard picnic     while sipping the region’s acclaimed Pinot noir, Pinot gris and other exciting wines.   

This is a chance to visit some of the region’s smallest producers that are rarely open to the public. Don’t miss out on the stunning views and special offers available during this weekend celebration!                                                                                     

Various Willamette Valley wineries.
Fri - Sun
Jun 2 - 4
Fri: 5 - 9 pm
Sat: 11 am - 9 pm
Sun: 11 am - 5 pm
26th Annual Canby Wine, Food & Brew.  Come enjoy the sights, sounds, tastes and scents of wonderful Oregon wineries, artisans, nurseries & specialty foods.  Tastings have a minimum cost of $1.00.  This event is a sanctioned Portland Rose Festival Event.  Admission: $5 per person, Free parking. Kids 15 and under admitted free.  Tickets and passes may be purchased at the door or online.  Questions? Email the Event Center office or call 503-266-1136. Clackamas County Fair Grounds
Main Pavilion, 4-H Exhibit Hall & Main Lawn
Fri – Sun
Jul 28 – 31
Times TBA
International Pinot Noir Celebration (IPNC). This annual event offers Pinot noir consumers and industry members the chance to enjoy an unparalleled selection of Pinot noir from around the world via a full schedule of seminars, walkaround tastings, winery tours, and unforgettable meals prepared by top Northwest chefs. With the exception of a vineyard and winery tour, the IPNC is held on the beautiful and historic Linfield College campus. McMinnville is an easy hour drive southwest of Portland in the heart of Oregon wine country. IPNC offers three ticket options for guests to choose from: The Full Weekend (Friday-Sunday), Salmon Bake (Saturday evening), and the Passport to Pinot (Sunday afternoon). See below for more information on these ticket options. Linfield College
McMinnville, OR
Ongoing Willamette Valley Events

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Date

Event

Location

Daily
11 am – 5 pm
Cathedral Ridge Winery Tasting Room and Tours.  Create your own wine experience from a variety of choices at Cathedral Ridge Winery.  Craft a flight of six wines from their award-winning wine list with their Standard Tasting, or step up for the Reserve Tasting with seven of their current Reserve wines.  Cathedral Ridge Winery and Tasting Room
974 N HWY 99w
Dundee, OR
Sat & Sun
(May 1 – Oct 1)
11 am – 4 pm (please call first)
Cherry Hill Tasting Room.  Visit the Cherry Hill winery during the spring and summer with barrel tastings, wine tastings and winemaker dinners.  Also, they can happily accommodate small groups (8+) for barrel tastings or during the week by appointment.  After your tasting, stroll through their vineyard or relax on the patio; it is the perfect place to have lunch while enjoying a glass of your favorite Cherry Hill wine.  With views of their vineyards and the surrounding Eola hills, a visit to Cherry Hill Winery is a wonderful way to spend an afternoon.  For more information or to make an appointment call 503-623-7867. Cherry Hill Winery
7867 Crowley Road
Rickreall, OR
Every Wednesday
6 - 8
Wine Bar Wednesdays.  Wine Bar Wednesday is an evening when we welcome guest wineries in to showcase some of their latest and most popular releases.  Free tastings are offered from 6 - 8 pm, and a representative from the winery is on hand to tell their story.  We also offer their wines by the glass, and bottles are available to take home at 15% off tonight only.  Info: 503-217-3350 503 Uncorked
22578 SW Washington Street
Sherwood, OR 
Every Thursday
5 – 8 pm
Montinore Estate.  Serving up complimentary snacks, live music and of course wine!  Come with friends or family, unwind from a long work week and start your weekend off right.  For more information call 503-359-5012.
 
Montinore Estate Vineyards
3663 SW Dilley Road
Forest Grove, OR
Every Friday Night -
Year Round
6 - 9 pm
Wine Thirty at ValhallaPerformances by local musicians and food for purchase from local food trucks.  Wine Thirty at Valhalla also means complimentary wine tasting for groups of 10 or less, local beer on tap and great snacks available for purchase, like nuts, chocolate and more.  Admission is free.  Please call or email to reserve a table for large groups: 541-935-9711 or info@valhallawinery.com. Valhalla Winery
23785 Hwy 126
Veneta, OR 
First Fridays
5 - 9 pm
First Friday ARTwalk.  Downtown Newberg welcomes you to the First Friday ARTwalk the first Friday of the month year round. Visit more than 30 ARTwalk locations and enjoy the creativity.  Downtown Newberg Oregon
Third Saturday
4 – 8 pm
McMinnville Art & Wine Walk.  The McMinnville Downtown Association holds an Art & Wine Walk on the third Saturday of each month.  Participating vendors host artists and offer wine-tasting along Northeast Third Street. For more information, call 503-472-3605 or visit their web site. Historic Downtown McMinnville

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