Tuesday, February 9, 2016

A Visit to Brigadoon

Today I was working on a large painting to replace the one at Oregon Wine LAB that is going to be installed at Oregon Contemporary Theater on Friday. I got a little frustrated with the pace, so I got in the car and just drove. I thought it would clear my head a bit.
Last Sunday we went to the Oregon Truffle Festival event at the Hilton in Eugene and tasted some great wines, one of which was the 2014 Lylee Pinot Noir from Brigadoon. Rich, intense, and very enjoyable, and only $24.
I spoke with Chris Shown about the prospects for the '15s and for the Taproot '14, their high end Pinot Noir.
He mentioned that the tree that was on their property and that I had taken a photo of for a show of etchings at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art a few years ago, had fallen.
The tree was estimated to be at least 350 years old. One of the lower branches had well over 100 rings!
We took off in his four wheel utility vehicle and this is what I saw:
When I first took the photo it was like a candelabra, with four trunks growing from the tree after it had been topped by the Columbus Day Storm in 1962. It was 6 foot at the base. Now after many years of termites, it finally gave up.

Chris and his son Matt were pruning and were almost finished so after a conversation about the prospects of this years harvest, we
headed up to the barrel room for a little sample of Matt's work.
The first taste was the Wadensville  barrel, tight tannins and a rather hard edge with warm flavors and a tannic finish give the structure on which to make a very good wine when blended with the 115 and its warm strawberry and soft, complex flavors. I can't wait to see what Matt comes up with for the blend.
Next we tasted wine from La Chouette  where Matt also makes wine. Barrel aged and smooth as glass, this wine is outstanding and and I am looking forward to tasting it from the bottle.
Chris and Matt outside the barrel room
Last and most certainly not least was the 2015. It had gone through malo* and was just stunning! I was amazed at how rich and complex this wine is. It is too soon to suggest a flavor profile but the flavors are black berry, soft red fruit, with hints of anise and clove.The 2015 Pinots are going to make Oregon a very big player. 
If you have a chance drive out and meet Chris and Matt, pet the dog, and taste some outstanding wines.

* ( Malolactic fermentation is a secondary fermentation that requires hardworking bacteria and instead of yeast. Essentially, it is the process of taking the harsher malic acid that occurs naturally in the wine must and converting it to a softer lactic acid. Malic acid is associated with the tart acid found in a Granny Smith apple, while lactic acid is the more subtle acid found in milk, butter, cheese and yogurt (and it is the diacetyl derivative of the lactic acid, that shows up as "buttery" in a Chardonnay that has undergone malolactic fermentation).

Valentine's Pairing Wine Dinner at Willamette Valley Vineyards

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Our 2012 Quinta Reserva Pinot Noir Port-Style is paired with a dark chocolate covered cherry during the Seated Tasting.

Indulge this Valentine's Day Weekend at our Pinot & Chocolate Celebrationon Saturday and Sunday, February 13th and 14th from 11 am - 6 pm.  This pairing event, hosted in our Estate Tasting Room and candle-lit Barrel Cellar, features Oregon Pinot Noir and decadent chocolate. Start with a wine and chocolate pairing in the Tasting Room, then head to our candle-lit Barrel Cellar for a Seated Tasting featuring three wines with chocolate-infused bites.
Admission is $15, $10 for Wine Club, Shareholders and their guests. Please RSVP at 503.588.9463, emailinfo@wvv.com or go online for expedited entry and to reserve your Seated Tasting time.
Reserve Your

Valentine's Pairing Wine Dinner

We are also hosting a Valentine's Pairing Wine Dinner on Friday, February 12th at 7:30 pm. (Note: Our Saturday, February 13th dinner is sold out.) Our Winery Chef has created a custom four-course menu featuring chocolate-infused dishes paired with Pinot Noir. Cost to attend is $80, $70 for Wine Club Members, Shareholders and their guests and includes dinner, wine pairings and a $10 wine credit to be used that evening. Reserve your seat online or by calling 503.588.9463. Limited seats remain.
Reserve Your Tickets

Warm Regards,

Jim Bernau

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Another Reason to Visit Brigadoon

Hello Friends of Brigadoon,
We are excited to announce our mid-February tasting room opening for Valentine's day weekend with Sat and Sun, 12 noon to 5 PM at the Brigadoon Wine Co tasting room. We'll have the 2014 Pinot Noir "Lylee" release to taste, and an opportunity to see the most recent addition to our crush pad and picnic grounds. Sheree will also have cupcakes, and a table full of treats available.
Other upcoming events include a March 10th wine dinner at Marche' in Eugene. As we learn more details we will pass them along but also feel free to check the Marche' website. Also, starting in march we will return to being open every weekend, and in April will see us return to Wed thru Sun hours at the rasring room
Hope to see you soon,
Your friends at Brigadoon

Monday, February 8, 2016

Much More to Pfeiffer Vineyards than Just Wine

It's Danuta's Book Club Challenge!
You have been a Super Fan of my book
and I can't thank you enough for your support. Now, would you take another step, and help me and fellow author, Kathleen Cremonesi and her book,
Love in the Elephant Tent,
with our new, cool 100 Book Club Challenge?
Contact either one of us through our websites, danutapfeiffer.com orkathleencremonesi.com and we will entertain your book club--guaranteed!
Thanks again--Danuta

Friday, February 5, 2016

Music and Wine at Marshanne Landing

2015-2016 Inaugural Season
Concert 2
Sunday February 28, 2016 3:00 PM

Johannes Brahms-Scherzo from F-A-E Sonata
Searmi Park, violin
Alexandre Dossin, piano
Franz Strauss-Nocturno
Lydia Van Dreel, French horn
Alexandre Dossin, piano

Johannes Brahms-Horn Trio in E-flat major
Searmi Park, violin
Lydia Van Dreel, French horn
Alexandre Dossin, piano

This impressive program delivers with impressive talent!  Violinist Searmi Park, Concertmaster for the Eugene Symphony, brings a rich performance and recording resume.  Lydia Van Dreel, associate professor of horn at the U. of O, maintains an active diverse performing career in solo and ensemble work across the US.  Alexandre Dossin, professor of piano at the U. of O, is considered an extraordinary pianist, a master of contrasts, a prize winner in several international competitions, who keeps an active performing and recording career.   We hope you can join us for a memorable afternoon of the finest in chamber music.

The Scherzo section of the F-A-E Sonata by Brahms is one part of a collaborative four-movement composition for violin and piano written in separate movements by Robert Schumann20 year old Johannes Brahms, and Schumann's pupil Albert DietrichThe Nocturnoby Franz Strauss shows off the richness and beauty of the French horn accompanied by piano. The Horn Trio in E-flat major, Op. 40, by Johannes Brahms is a chamber piece in four movements written for natural horn, violin, and piano that shows off the powerful expression and diversity of emotional and instrumental range found in Brahms’ chamber music.

Due to limited seating advanced reservations required: $40 include appetizers.  
Contact the winery at 541-459-7998 or reply to email.

This Weekend at Sarver

"The wine cup is the little silver well, where truth, if truth there be, doth dwell"
W. Shakespeare

    This week our Friday entertainment is as local as it gets, home town hero Jen Sennet will be in the tasting room playing an acoustic set of oldies and originals from 6 - 9 pm. Her folk singer roots give way to a range of classics that will have you singing along on into the night. 

    Our cheese of the week is a favorite brought back by popular demand all the way from Germany. Cambozola Black Label is a cold ripened triple cream blue cheese, aged for nearly a year at the coldest temperatures possible to enhance the richness and creaminess of this delectable blue. Fantastic with our Pinot Noir but bold enough for our Syrah, this cheese alone is worth making the trip. 

    Valentine's weekend we will be kicking off Friday with a Bistro night of our own design, delicious fare awaits you with music by Tyler Morin and special guests. We will also be giving a sneak peek all weekend at our 2013 Petite Sirah, set to be released mid March. 

Thursday, February 4, 2016

Yoga, Wine, and Good Company, What More Could We Ask?

Collaborating with Party Downtown is a rare treat for us, so make sure to buy your tickets to the Fat Tuesday Feast while there's still space! William Rose Wines will be paired with this New Orleans Mardi Gras-inspired five-course menu. Tickets are just $45/person. Please phone Party Downtown at  541.345.8228 to RSVP. 

WhenTuesday, 9 February, 6:30pm
Where: Party Downtown, 
64 W 8th Ave, Eugene (behind Red Wagon Creamery)

1st Course
Shrimp & roasted red bell pepper beignets with 2015 William Rose Dry Riesling 

2nd Course
Soft shell crab, butterhead lettuce, Louisiana remoulade, fried sour corn, crisp shallot with 2014 William Rose Prohibion Rose Dry Rosé 

3rd Course
Tasso mushroom tart, creole cream cheese, caramelized onion, bearnaise with 2014 William Rose Oregon Pinot Noir

4th Course
Cajun chicken roulade, gumbo sauce, confit chicken rice cake, dirty black eyed peas, pickled trinity with 2012 William Rose Syrah Grenache

5th Course:
King cake: pecan praline, spiced pudding, white chocolate glaze with 2012 William Rose Gewürztraminer


Call 541.345.8228 to RSVP! Space is filling up quickly!!
Happy Hour Yoga at OWL

Join instructor Beth Krisko and bring your yoga out into the community for a fun, invigorating all-levels practice, followed by a glass of wine or a mimosa in our tasting lounge!
$18, includes $7 towards first beverage.

WhenSunday, 7 February, 11am-12:15pm
Where: Oregon Wine LAB, 488 Lincoln St.

After Yoga, hang out for an afternoon of fun, friends, and live music by Daniel and The Blonde
This Week at OWL

Monday:  LAB open 12-8pm
                 Da Nang Vietnamese Eatery  Soup Bar - 12-2, 5-8pm

TuesdayLAB open 12-8pm
                 Da Nang Vietnamese Eatery  Soup Bar - 12-2, 5-8pm

WednesdayLAB open 12-8pm
                     Da Nang Vietnamese Eatery  11-2, 5-8pm

LAB open - 12-8pm
                       "Categorically Correct" Trivia Night with Elliot Martínez 6:30-8! 
                  Da Nang Vietnamese Eatery  11-2, 5-8pm

Friday: LAB open 12-10pm
                 Michael Kevin Daly 7-9pm
                  Da Nang - 11-2, 5-8pm

LAB open 12-8pm 
                  Da Nang - 11-2, 5-8pm

Sunday: LAB open 12-6pm
                 Happy Hour Yoga: 11am-12:15pm
                 Da Nang - 12-2, 4-6pm
We are open daily
12-8pm Monday-Thursday & Saturday12-10pm Friday, 12-6pm Sunday

458.201.7413 info@oregonwinelab.com

Wednesday, February 3, 2016

5th Annual Oregon Chardonnay Celebration!

The fifth annual Oregon Chardonnay Celebration is coming up!
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Fifth Annual Oregon Chardonnay Celebration
February 27th  1 – 5 pm at The Allison Inn & Spa

We are excited to announce the 48 Chardonnay producers that will be featured at the fifth annual Oregon Chardonnay Celebration this coming February 27th at the Allison Inn & Spa in Newberg, Oregon. Click Here to see the full list.

Over the decades, Chardonnay has grown quietly alongside the great Pinot noir wines of Oregon. In 2012, a small group of dedicated producers decided to gather and celebrate this dynamic white varietal that enjoys the same cool climate. As recently announced, the IPNC is now guiding the growth of this exciting event.

This year, we delve into a tasting which explores the role of the winemaker in presenting the character of this elegant white grape. Join Elaine Brown as she guides us through a focused tasting of five winemakers’
interpretation of Durant Vineyard’s 2014 Chardonnay.

A Grand Tasting of over 40 of Oregon’s top Chardonnay producers will follow, accompanied by small bites from Sunny Jin, executive chef at Jory at The Allison Inn & Spa. To purchase tickets click here.

Make it a wine country weekend!

Don’t Miss… The Cuvée Stroll –a unique tasting event featuring a bounty of Oregon’s wineries, artisan food makers, and beverage purveyors. This pre-OCC event will benefit the ¡Salud! foundation.

Friday, February 26, 2016 | 5:00 to 7:30 p.m
The Allison Inn & Spa | 2525 Allison Ln. Newberg, OR 97132

$25.00 tasting fee includes a commemorative Riedel Oregon Pinot Noir glass and an opportunity to taste wines from 14 Oregon producers. RSVP to info@theallison.com to secure your entrance. 
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PO Box 1310
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Lots of Interesting Events Coming to Oregon Wine Country

At Keeler Estate:
The time is near for an event that has never been done 

before. On February 12th at 6:30pm 

at Keeler Estate Vineyard experience "Eat Dirt" 

featuring Authentique Wine 

Cellars and Betsy Hinze: artist We're ecstatic to share with 

you our passion for interactive 

art, foraging, fine cuisine, terroir, oak and wine. Tickets and 

details are available 


At Willamette Valley Vineyards: Indulge this Valentine's Day 

Weekend at our Pinot & Chocolate Celebration, on 

Saturday and Sunday, February 13th and 14th from 11 am - 6 

pm.  This pairing event, hosted in our Estate Tasting Room 

and candle-lit Barrel Cellar, features Oregon Pinot Noir and

 decadent chocolate. Start with a wine and chocolate pairing 

in the Tasting Room, then head to our candle-lit Barrel Cellar

 for a Seated Tasting featuring three wines with chocolate-

infused bites.
Admission is $15, $10 for Wine Club, Shareholders and their

 guests. Please RSVP at 503.588.9463

emailinfo@wvv.com or go online for expedited entry and to

reserve your Seated Tasting time.
Reserve Your

Valentine's Pairing Wine Dinner

We are also hosting a Valentine's Pairing Wine Dinner on 

Friday and Saturday, February 12th and 13th at 7:30 pm. Our 

Winery Chef has created a custom four-course menu 

featuring chocolate-infused dishes paired with Pinot Noir. 

Cost to attend is $80, $70 for Wine Club Members, 

Shareholders and their guests and includes dinner, wine 

pairings and a $10 wine credit to be used that evening. 

Reserve your seat online or by calling 503.588.9463.
Reserve Your Tickets

At Pfeiffer Vineyards: 

February 2016

The one thing we can't get enough of is love. 
And the one thing we do not give enough is love.
-Henry Miller

Mardi Gras & Super Bowl Weekend

Saturday & Sunday

Specials, themed flights 
& Food Truck from 12-6pm


Bring your party here! We WILL be showing the Broncos VS. Panthers on Super Bowl Sunday. May the 
best team win! 
Kick off: 3:30pm
Tailgate Menu: 1-7pm

Sweetheart Weekend

Fire & Fondue

Feb. 13thSaturday

Enjoy chocolate fondue with

 all the fixings, accompanied

 by a roaring fire! 

$12 per person 

( All day event)

Call to RSVP  or 

purchase tickets online HERE.
Sips, Cookies & Kisses
Feb. 14thSunday

Complimentary cookie &

 chocolate 'kiss' with each



Sweetheart Special
30% off 2 bottle of red wine*
*excluding the 2008, 2010 & 2012 Pinot Noir

Pfeiffer Crab-Feast

Just imagine...
A table piled high with Dungeness 
crab, potatoes, and corn on the 
cob. Served best with beer on tap
or a cold bottle of Pinot Gris. 

We supply the bibs, and you just
bring your appetite

Saturday, February 27th 
Wine Club Members : $30
General :$40
Purchase tickets HERE 
Casablanca Night & Wine Club Release Party
We're taking you back to 1942!
Join us for a day full of food, fun and 
laughter as we go back to "Rick's 
Place".  Watch the movie on our big 
screen TV's and enjoy a special 
performance by Tonewood Trio! 
Indulge in 3 different Moroccan style 
soups, bread, rum infused brownies 
and special complimentary cocktails. 

Sunday, March 5th4 to 7pm
Wine Club Members : Free
General :$20
Purchase tickets HERE

Details coming soon :
Tax Day Weekend
Memorial Day Weekend

25040 Jaeg Road
Junction City, OR 97448
At Airlie:

What happens when Airlie's 30th Anniversary and Valentine's Day come together?
30% off all things red and sparkly!
From February 1-14, 2016

2012 Willamette Valley Pinot Noir - Regular Price - $28/btl, Special Price - $19.60/btl!

2009 Vintner's Blend Pinot Noir - Regular Price - $32.00/btl, Special Price $22.40/btl!

Semi Sparkling Riesling - Regular Price - $18.00/btl, Special Price - $12.60!

Airlie Pizza Night at Buena Vista House -  Your favorite Airlie wines, wood fired pizzas, Claudia's famous salad, desserts and tunes! February 12, 20166 -9 pmCall Claudia at 503-838-6364 to make your reservations today!

At Brooks:
You may recall that last year we emailed you once-per-month with our "Grow with Us" series, documenting exciting changes and happenings as we settled in to the first year of the new winery and tasting room.

This year, we wanted to continue "saying hi" with a monthly update of what is happening at the winery, but change the content to focus to the wines, and the way we craft them: with vision, purpose, and intention.

With that in mind, we introduce, "Brooks Wine School," a series of informative tidbits about one wine (and the philosophy behind it) each month.

So, without further adieu, Edition 1 of Brooks Wine School: To Bleed or to Blend.

P.S. We welcome you to stop by the classroom...err...Tasting Room to do some "studying."


To Bleed or to Blend?

How does a Rosé get that alluring shade of pink? The most common method of making rosé is Saigneé (sen-yay), which in French means to bleed. In this process, juice is removed or "bled" off cold soaking grapes intended for red wine and that juice is then fermented into rosé.  

At Brooks, our Pinot Noir Rosé is crafted with vision and intention, meaning we do things a bit differently. Instead of bleeding, we prefer to blend.  Our winemaker, Chris Williams, purposefully selects specific vineyard blocks to be picked and made into rosé instead of just bleeding off from his reds. He chooses grapes from three Eola-Amity AVA sites—Crannell, Muska, and B&J Vineyards—giving Brooks rosé the earthy and red fruit flavors that are characteristic of our Pinot Noirs. Some of the fruit he sends straight to the press resulting in a close to clear colored juice.  For the rest, the juice and skins soak together for a short amount of time, around 6 hours, which is just enough contact to pull flavors, texture and color from the skins.   These grapes are then pressed and the juice is combined with the clear juice resulting in the mesmerizing jewel-pink hue.  This very intentional process creates a serious, dry rosé with luscious texture and vibrant fruit. 

The next time you drink rosé, ask how it was made and note the differences in flavor, sweetness, and especially texture resulting from the many different styles. 

ALL FEBRUARY - 2015 Rosé

10% off bottles | 15% off six packs | 20% off cases | Club, 30% off cases

2015 Rosé of Pinot Noir
Electric pretty pale pink color. Watermelon Jolly Rancher, fresh Rainier cherry, pomegranate and orange peel. Apricot, rhubarb, raspberry, chamomile, slight spring herbal quality, light bodied with medium acidity and a steely, stony finish. This is a dry rose with pretty delicate fruit and more of an old world minerally bright style. Delicious paired with fish tacos, grilled pork or cold smoked salmon.
$16.20 (10% savings)

Sunday Sommelier Series: Wine School Edition

Stay tuned to your email this Friday when we announce this year's lineup for Sunday Sommelier Series: Wine School Edition!

Led by our very own Director of Education, Jess Pierce, this year's events focus on looking at wine through a variety of lenses: history, art, geology, and more.

Each 2 hour session is like your favorite college class, but this time, you get to drink wine while you learn.

Upcoming Events

Winter Games
The rain is not stopping us from having fun in the tasting room this Winter! Join us for a round of backgammon, Cribbage, Scrabble, or even put together a picture perfect puzzle. We’ve got lots of great games to play as you sip a glass of wine and chase away the winter blues.

Porchetta Friday - February 19th - 3-7pm
You may have heard about our Friday Night Pizzas and Paella Fridays. For the next few months, we're bringing you Porchetta Fridays. People's Pig will offer up decadent pork sandwiches and sides (vegetarian and gluten-free options available) sure to make your Friday special.

Yoga Sunday with Chelsea - February 21st - 9:30-10:30am
Join us and get your chakras aligned with Core Power Yoga Instructor, Chelsea. Guests are welcome to stay after. Free. Please RSVP to heather@brookswine.com or call 503-435-1278.

Live Music Sunday - February 28th - 1-4pm
And they are coming back!  Join us for another wonderful afternoon of wine and groovin' with the Rainbirds!
At Seven of Hearts:
Special Valentine's Flight, Wine Club Dinner & more exciting news!
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February 2016

February is shaping up to be an exciting month for Seven of Hearts! With Valentine's Day on the horizon,  we hope that you will let us help you celebrate the special weekend by visiting the Tasting Room to enjoy a very special flight. The flight will feature 8 wines perfectly matched with small savory bites, and delectable chocolates provided by Honest Chocolates. It's also not too early to start thinking about joining us in March for the annual Wine Club Dinner at Park Kitchen in Portland. If you have trouble making it to the Tasting Room and live in the Portland area, fear not, we will be pouring a selection 
of our wines in Zupan's Markets across the greater Portland area during the month of February. Lastly, this past month we received the very exciting news that The San Francisco Chronicle voted the 2014 Willamette Valley Pinot Noir, "Best in Class" and the 2013 Gran Moraine Chardonnay received a "Gold Medal" so look out for these wines to be featured on our flight in the coming months. We hope that you have all recovered from the holiday season, and we look forward to seeing you soon!


Seven of Hearts
Ben, Mac & Byron

Valentine's Weekend

Saturday & Sunday11 AM to 5 PM
                                         Wine & Chocolate Flight
2014 Luminous Hills Aura Rosé of Pinot Noir
   Prosciutto wrapped Melon
2014 Riesling
   Milk Chocolate Orange-Lemon Ganache
2013 Sauvignon Blanc
   Dried Seaweed
2012 Special Reserve Pinot Noir
   Dark Chocolate Blueberry-Raspberry Ganache
2013 Luminous Hills Estate Grown Pinot Noir
   Dark Chocolate Covered Pretzel
2013 Mourvèdre
   Meat, Cheese & Cracker
2012 Tradition
   Dark Chocolate Salted Currant Ganache
2012 Coupe's Cuvée Pinot Noir Dessert Wine
   Dark Chocolate Hazelnut Toffee Bark

Wine Club Dinner

March 10th, 6:00pm
save the date
photo credit:http://parkkitchen.com/#/photos
We are excited to announce that we will be teaming up with Executive Chef Scott Dolich and the team at Park Kitchen for the annual Spring Wine Club dinner on March 10th at 6:00pm. The six course dinner will be paired with two new release wines, as well as a selection of library wines. We hope you will save the date, and we look forward to you joining us for an evening of food, wine, and friendship! More information to come shortly.
Zupan's Market has featured our 2014 Willamette Valley Pinot Noir for the month of February!

We will be pouring the 2014 Willamette Valley Pinot Noir as well as a small selection of our other wines at four different store locations. If you would like to snag a taste of our wine while you shop, we will be pouring at 4 different Zupan's Market locations: 

February 6th 4:00-7:00pm at Zupan's Market on Belmont
February 13th 4:00-7:00pm at Zupan's Market on Macadam
February 19th 3:30pm-6:30pm at Zupan's Market in Lake Oswego
February 20th 4:00pm-7:00pm at Zupan's Market on Burnside
2016 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition
The San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition is the largest gathering of American wines in the World. Over 7,000 wines were entered into the competition, and we are honored to announce that our 2014 Willamette Valley Pinot Noir was voted, "Best in Class" and our 2013 Willamette Valley Chardonnay received a Gold Medal! Visit the tasting room to taste these wines.
A New Look for Our April Release & Wine Club Pickup...
Come Join us In The Tasting Room!
217 W Main Street
Carlton, Oregon 97111
Thursday to Monday
11 AM to 5 PM

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At The Pines:
Join Us for Wine at the Pines

On the corner of 2nd and Cascade Avenue in downtown Hood River

Tasting Room
Winter Hours 
Wine Glass

Mon 12-5 pm
Closed Tues & Wed 

Thurs 12-7 pm
Fri 12-10 pm 
Sat - Sun 12-7 pm
  Live Music Fri. 6-9   
Happy Hour  
Thurs & Fri 4-6 pm  


The Pines Vinyard & Winery
Wine and Chocolate Weekend 

February 13th through 15th

Bring your sweetie to The Pines and indulge in a weekend filled with wine and chocolate.

Tempt your sweet tooth with a tasting menu of decadent chocolate truffles paired with our delicious boutique wine.
Here's a sneak peak of our menu for the weekend:

  • White Chocolate Caramel Truffle
  • Dark Chocolate Vanilla with Sea Salt Truffle
  • Milk Chocolate Chipotle Truffle
  • Dark Chocolate Ruby Port Truffle
After you fall in love with our wine, stock up your cellar with our Valentine Special discount of 20% off 6 or more current vintage bottle purchases through Monday. Copper Club members will receive 30% off 6 or more bottle purchases.

We look forward to celebrating with you this Valentine's Weekend!

Sierra Wright
Squrl Presents Doug MacLeod

Friday March 11th 6-9 p.m.
Doug MacLeod

You don't want to miss the return of the amazing Doug MacLeod live at The Pines. This master of blues will keep you hanging on every strum and lyric.

"Like all great blues men, MacLeod lives his music, and the songs are not just on the tips of his fingers and tongue, they are one with his being."
                                   - Blues Music Magazine

Doors Open at 5:30. Opening act from 6-7 PM is local favorite Kit Garoutte. 

Tickets are only $20 available at The Pines and Waucoma Bookstore. Get your tickets early, this limited seating show will sell out early. 
St. Patrick's Day Soiree

Thursday, March 17th 6-9 p.m.

Join us for some festive fun on St. Patrick's Day with Irish tunes from the fabulous Brigid's Cross.
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At Cowhorn Vineyards:
Spend Valentine's Day with Cowhorn Vineyard & Garden
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A Weekend Dedicated to Love

(and the finest wines, cheese and chocolate!)

In honor of Valentine's Day, we invite you to share the romantic experience of Cowhorn Vineyard & Garden with your special someone. Please join us Saturday, February 13th and Sunday, February 14th for a pairing event showcasing some of the highest quality wines, cheese, and chocolates available in the nation. 

Here are the Details:

Enjoy a custom flight specifically chosen to showcase the nostalgic marriage of cheese, chocolate and our fine wines.  

Experience a rare opportunity to taste from the "Library" with Bill Steele.

Welcome our new Tasting Room Manager, Charlsie Lane, and get the update on the progress of our Living Building Challenge Tasting Room.

Showcased wines you don't want to miss:

2014 Spiral 36
"White Wine Value of the YEAR" and "The Ten Best Wines of 2015"
 Forbes Magazine

2012 Syrah 20
94 points and Editor's Choice
Wine Enthusiast Magazine
, April 2016

This unique tasting and pairing experience requires no RSVP. The event will beSaturday, February 13, from 11 am-4 pm and Sunday, February 14, from 11 am-4 pm. Participation fee will be $15 per person, but will gladly be waived with a minimum purchase of two bottles.
*Fees will be waived for all Club members.
*Library wines are limited and will be offered for purchase with a maximum of 2 bottles per person.

We look forward to celebrating with you!

Cowhorn Vineyard & Garden
1665 Eastside Rd. Jacksonville, OR 97530


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COWHORN Vineyard & Garden
1665 Eastside Road
Applegate Valley
Jacksonville, OR 97530

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