Join us for complimentary wine tasting every Thursday from 4:30 - 6:30 pm. As always, featured wines will be 10 off during the tastings, and there is no charge to attend. Rogue Creamery and Willamette Valley Cheese Co. cheeses, crackers, and GF crackers are served. 21 and over only. Visit AshlandWineCellar.com for a complete listing of tastings.
This week features Brandborg Vineyard & Winery. They grow and produce distinct, elegant Pinot Noir and Alsace inspired white wines with pure varietal expression.
38 Lithia Way, Ashland OR
The Winter Music Festival, Jan. 12 - 14th 2018.
Don't miss Al Stewart, Laurie Lewis, Jeff Scroggins, Petunia, and gospel by UofO's On the Rocks. Fri. and Sat. jam sessions begin at 9:00PM.
There will be fine food, libations, art faire, and pie sale!
Weekend passes and single show tickets on sale now! Legendary singer/songwriter Al Stewart will be performing for the main event at the 16th annual Florence Winter Music Festival. The 3-day extravaganza showcases a variety of international touring talent and world class artisans, along with a wealth of locally sourced cuisine and fine libations.
3 DAY PASS: includes all 12 performances Friday through Sunday.
2 DAY PASS: includes all Friday and Saturday performances
Individual day tickets also available. More info at WinterMusicFestival.org
FRIDAY THROWDOWN, 7:00PM: Bluegrass music featuring Grammy award winner Laurie Lewis and the Right Hands along with the blistering banjo and mandolin virutoso Jeff Scroggins and Colorado.
SATURDAY SUPERSESSION 16, 10:30AM - 4:30PM: Celtic, western, and folk music featuring Castletown, Calaveras, Cabin Fever NW, Pretty Gritty. The afternoon concludes with the ever popular rockin' western swing of Petunia and the Vipers!
MAIN EVENT, Saturday 7:00PM: Legendary singer/songwriter Al Stewart performs a variety of songs including many from his platinum album, "Year of the Cat". John Craigie opens the show.
GOSPEL GUMBO GATHERING, Sunday 12:00PM: The Gumbo party begins with gumbo and chowder and fun for all! This event features central coast's finest choir members performing traditional and contemporary gospel selections. The festival closes with a roof raising performance by the popular a capella group from the University of Oregon, "On the Rocks".
Join Terry & Sue at Trees Restaurant in Sherwood on January 18 for a winemaker dinner with Brandborg Vineyard & Winery. Call for reservations, 503-822-5583.
Broiled Oyster on the Half
Broil oysters with crunchy leeks and hazelnut
Paired with 2015 Riesling
Grilled Radicchio Salad
Topped with a Huckleberry Caesar
Paired with 2016 Scarlet Cuvee Rose
Served with arugula and strawberry compound butter
Paired with 2005 Bench Lands Pinot
Roasted Herbed Quail
On top of oven roasted tri-coloured carrots and Pacific NW Beets
Paired with 2015 Sauvignon Blanc
Braised Teriyaki Beef Shortribs
Paired with 2015 Pinot Gris
Pacific Lingonberry and Hazelnut Cake
Layered with lingonberries and finished with a coffee Chantilly cream
Paired with 2014 Bench Lands Pinot
$80.00 per Person.
Event Starts at 6pm. Please make Reservations. All Wines available for purchase.
Trees Restaurant 20510 SW Roy Rogers Rd. #160 Sherwood, Oregon 97140
TICKETS ON SALE NOW at umpquavalleywineries.org
The 48th Annual Greatest of the Grape will be held March 3rd at Seven Feathers Casino Resort in Canyonville, Oregon. Event time is 7:00 PM to 11:00 PM. VIP tickets holders get in at 6:00 PM.
Enjoy the best of the Umpqua Valley at the Greatest of the Grape gala — Oregon’s longest running fine wine event. Taste through the wonderful bounty of the Valley with appetizers and wine pairings from Southern Oregon wineries and our area’s gourmet food artisans. Dance along to live music, place a bid to win luxurious prizes during our silent auction and vote for your favorite wine and food pairing.
Regular $90.00 per person
VIP* $125.00 per person
Reserved Tables $900.00 (10 regular entry tickets)
*VIP Ticket holders earn first access with early entry into the event at 6:00 PM. Beat the crowd and meet the winemakers.
Join us for the 7th Annual Art & Wine Weekend! It's the perfect opportunity to visit wineries and tasting rooms, studio sales for local artists and artisans, and gift & craft booths at ECEC.
Follow the link below for more information:
Appetizers will begin at 6pm : dinner to follow
three cheese crostini
with lemon zest & honey
Cod croquettes fresco
2016 Felur de Lis
roasted pumpkin soup with pepitas
2016 scarlet cuvee’
mushroom &beef kabob
warm salad with bacon vinaigrette
2014 Ferris Wheel Estate pinot noir
Mediterranean braised local quail
with dates & cherries
2017 Elkton-Villages Nouveau
ginger spice cake
blueberry sauce and creme fraiche
2013 pinot harbor
The cellar may be cool, dress appropriately
ORCA club members $65
all others $75
price includes gratuity
Please call the winery for reservations, 541-584-2870
Calling all wine enthusiasts who crave more knowledge about wine. The invitation is out to join fellow wine lovers in the annual celebration of "the new wine" of the 2017 season.
In France, the "new wine" celebration has a focus around a familiar well-known wine, Beaujolais.
Beaujolais wines are rather humble in origins and remain low man on wine lists in French restaurants. But on the third Thursday in November the minor player Beaujolais becomes the King of Wines.
The game is simple and the rules straight forward: No one anywhere on planet earth shall drink even a taste of the Beaujolais Nouveau until one minute after midnight on (this year) Nov. 16. This is French law!
Google Beaujolais Nouveau. The history and ongoing story about this worldwide celebration is fascinating. And the wine is worth trying.
To learn more about wine and do research by sampling some fine wines, attend an open house at from 5:30-7:30 p.m., Thursday, Nov. 16, at Bread&Wine and the Hickory Club, located at 340 and 350 Second St. in Old Town
Guest wine experts will be pouring samples of vintage French Beaujolais plus the Nouveau of 2017. The world famous French winery Joseph Drouhin label Beaujolais Nouveau will be offered with food pairings with a holiday theme.
Oregon wine buffs will be delighted to know a few of Oregon local wineries have taken up the challenge to present an Oregon Pinot Nouveau, offered on the traditional French Nouveau day, the third Thursday in November. Sampling of an Oregon Nouveau will be by Brandborg Winery, voted Oregon's best winery in 2015, located close by in Elkton. Brandborg's Pinot Nouveau will be a revelation of things to come for their 2017 harvest, and all will be explained by Brandborg guest pourer at the open house.
"We have celebrated Beaujolais Nouveau Day every November for many years at my store," said Nancy Evans, hostess for the wine event. "It is always fun but we are taking wine tasting to the next level this year. I'm so glad we have our two wine experts to teach us new things about wine. And to have such special world-class wines to share is going to make the evening very special.
"If you are coming to join our party, I suggest you make a reservation at your favorite Bandon restaurant to have dinner afterwards. Make an evening out of it!" Evans added. "Cheers!"
Wine and food pairing is complimentary by hosts Bread&Wine and the Hickory Club (next door to the Bandon Visitor Center in Old Town).
Enjoy complimentary Wine Tasting at any participating winery over TWO DAYS. Experience the bounty of the Umpqua Valley winegrowing region and explore the wineries and the many different flavors throughout the self-guided wine tour weekend at your leisure. This will be a grape "Treasure Hunt" of the 40+ varieties of winegrapes grown in the Umpqua Valley.
When you’ve tasted 12+ varieties of Umpqua Valley wine, turn in your passport for entry into our drawing for prizes.
Abacela • Bradley Vineyards • Brandborg • Cooper Ridge • Delfino • Ferraro Family • Freed Estate • Girardet • Glaser Estate • Henry Estate • MarshAnne Landing • Melrose Vineyards • Misty Oaks • Mustard Seed Cellars • Reustle-Prayer Rock (Sat. only) • Season Cellars • Spangler Vineyards • Triple Oak • Wild Rose Vineyard
Tickets are $35 each. Admission includes self-guided touring on *BOTH* days. Designated drivers are complimentary.
NOTE: Tickets are only available online. (Not available at the wineries).
Questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call our info line: 541-492-1774.
Join us for our annual Fort Umpqua Days celebration on September 2 & 3. There will be a parade at 10am Saturday morning, through town, as well as a two day bass tournament launches Saturday and Sunday morning with weigh-in and awards on Sunday afternoon.
The Wine Garden will be open all weekend! Come see us, along with six other local wineries.
The Lion’s Club members will serve a pancake breakfast starting at 7am each day on the greenhouse patio. The butterfly pavilion, craft and food booths, native plant nursery sales, and produce stand open at 9am each day. A display of art quilts by a coastal area quilter will be on view in the library. The gift shop and Outpost café will be open both days. Great food will be available from 11am daily at the ECEC booth.
Saturday there will be live music on the patio, preceding the pie auction. “Contra Swings”, from Coos Bay, performs fiddle and guitar tunes with a traditional contra dance rhythm. At 1pm, the auction of homemade pies begins with lively bidding for the fruit filled treats.
Both afternoons are highlighted by the musical pageant “Echoes of the Umpqua, The Original”, portraying the history of the area, written and performed by local residents. This year is the 13th season of the hometown production. Performances are held at the garden amphitheater, at 5pm.
Brandborg Winery will be hosting the Chuck Wagon Dinner on Saturday evening. Admission to the dinner is $12.
Come out to support Elkton artists in Cottage Grove!
Cottage Grove presents a monthly Art Walk on the last Friday of every month and August's will feature a number of our talented Elkton Artists.
On August 25th from 6-8pm, come enjoy art, friends, family, and fun in historic downtown Cottage Grove. Complimentary treats, tastings, and live music will accompany you throughout the Art Walk.
There will be music by Decor'mm, pottery by Jayme Allen of Firebug Pottery, fiber art by Trudy Wilkinson, photography by Donna Smith, and a quilt display by the Elkton Quilter's. Several artists will also come together for a group display which will include jewelry, paintings, dolls, and much more.
Come experience the solar eclipse in our beautiful vineyard! All while enjoying a delicious breakfast (and mimosas)!
Cost is $25/person. Advance reservations required.
Price includes mimosas in a keepsake glass and solar shades for viewing.
Please bring blankets or chairs
Join us for a Solar Soirée to celebrate the eclipse weekend!
Cherry and the Low Boys will be performing in our vineyard - such a great band in a beautiful setting!
please bring chairs and picnic provisions.
Wine and beer will be available for purchase
Cost of admission is $10/person
Celebrate spring renewal with a refreshing wine tour in the Umpqua Valley! Let us do the driving while you sit back with friends and tour the wineries by bus, sampling wines beautifully paired with food. Learn about the wineries and the winemaking process from our skilled winemakers and tasting room staff. Enjoy the budding vines, trees and flowers as you ride through the green rolling hills in the 100 Valleys of the Umpqua. If plans allow, resume your Umpqua immersion on Sunday, May 7th by visiting any of the wineries for continued Barrel Tour specials.
Tickets are $50 each, plus a $2 PayPal processing fee. Purchase with your credit card, or your PayPal account.
To purchase tickets: http://www.umpquavalleywineries.org/news-events/barrel-tour/