We invite you to join us at The Allison Inn & Spa for Cuvée Stroll, a delicious evening of exquisite wines from a dozen Willamette Valley producers and delectable bites from top regional chefs and artisan food vendors. Tickets are $50 each and include a commemorative crystal glass. Proceeds benefit the Yamhill Enrichment Society. 21 and over only.
Upcoming Events with Anam Cara Cellars
This tiny brand is owned and operated by two close friends, Luke Wylde and Meredith Bell. Their mission is to make delicious, honest Chardonnay and more from the most distinct vineyards in our region. We are hoping Luke will bring his breathtaking sparkling Chardonnay. Watch this space - and plan to visit and taste these wines.
Meet artist Catalina Garretón and view her stunning pieces at our tasting room. Catalina is an internationally recognized Chilean-American abstract painter and textile designer. Born in Seattle and learning to paint there and later in Spartanburg, South Carolina (accent on request), painting was always a necessary habit. After earning a BFA in Painting and a Minor in Journalism from UNC-Chapel Hill, Catalina focused her artist eye as a photojournalist in Santiago, Chile before landing in colorful San Francisco. There, Catalina continued to paint and had her first studio in the Mission District. She pursued a career in marketing and working under incredible mentors for both start-up and public companies with clients such as Marriott, Nike, Lionsgate Films, Summit Entertainment and National Geographic. It was during this chapter that Catalina began showing and creating more and more, and eventually launched her own venture, Catalina Garreton Art + Design, which took her to teach art and exhibit in Barcelona, Colorado, Los Angeles and now a return to the Pacific Northwest in Portland, Oregon.
Born to an interior designer and director of photography, I declared at age 4 that I wanted to be an artist when I grew up. I learned at a very young age that I could make things with my two hands that brought joy and created connection to others--and I haven't wanted to stop since that day. I also believe in making bold moves, on and off the canvas. In 2014, I circumnavigated the globe: I taught classes and exhibited in Barcelona, created commission paintings in Singapore, studied batik in Bali, found inspiration from both the aboriginal and contemporary conceptual artists of Australia, and connected with my artist tribe in Chile. This world has so many incredible corners; connecting with people in all walks keeps me inspired every day. I find inspiration and pattern constantly in nature; I also love the structure and patterns found in our urban spaces and my pieces tend to dance with both of these themes. I adore and respect so many places in the world, and the gratitude I have for living each day is at the base of everything I do. My proudest work is creating commissions that help remind people of and take pride in their uniqueness, their sacred memories and values. I believe we are here for a short time and that it deserves to be celebrated.
Join us for a wonderful winemaker dinner at one of Portland’s coolest and coziest wine bars!
Tonight’s outstanding menu includes
Chevre Bruschetta Trio
with Anam Cara 2015 Dry Riesling
Salmon Salad, with watercress,arugula, egg, mustard vinaigrette
with 2011 Heather’s Vineyard Pinot Noir
Chicken Coq au Vin
with 2015 Nicholas Vineyard Pinot Noir
Sabayon with Mango and Apples
with 2013 Gewurztraminer
Cost: $75 per person, or $140 per couple
For reservations, kindly call 503-477-7238
Delighted that Anna Matzinger of Matzinger Davies - one of Oregon's top cult wineries - accepted our invitation to return as our guest today.
Anna spent the last 14 years working for Archery Summit where she rose to winemaker and co-general manager and helped lead the organization to the place it now holds as a premier producer of Willamette Valley Pinot Noir. While there she worked to articulate the unique style, personality and distinction of the Estate vineyards, garnered numerous accolades and helped steward and nurture both winery and brand in its growth as a producer of world class wines.
Michael Davies, a New Zealander by birth (and inclination) is the winemaker for both REXHILL Vineyards and A to Z Wineworks. He has held this position since 2006 and brings to it his unique form of intensity, precision and sincerity. Prior to that he managed the vineyards and assisted in winemaking for five years at Chehalem winery after completing a post graduate diploma from Lincoln University and gaining experience through numerous vintages in both Northern and Southern Hemispheres.
They established the Matzinger Davies Wine Company in 2006 with the intention of producing wines with a resonant voice speaking to their geographic origin, varietal typicity and season. Authenticity, vibrancy and integrity should be their calling cards.
One flight includes the wines of both Matzinger Davies, and Anam Cara. $15 tasting waived with two-bottle purchase. Complimentary for Club Members.
Matt Driscoll joins us today as our Second Saturday "Homeless" winemaker - a friend without a tasting room of their own. Big scoring wines poured by the man himself. Here's a great opportunity to meet Matt and sample his wines. Your $15 flight includes wines from both Anam Cara and Wildaire.
We recently had the opportunity to taste David’s wines over a fun dinner with friends and immediately asked if he would be a Guest Winemaker. His tiny production Pinot Noirs are spectacular - all made from Pommard fruit from some of the Valley’s top vineyards.
In David’s words: “SchöneTal Cellars pays tribute to our family's German heritage and our journey here to the Willamette Valley. After my wife and I married we settled down in McMinnville, Oregon where we had four beautiful children. Our life has blossomed here, for many reasons, but the wholesome people, captivating landscapes and the undeniable culture of wine and food is what's kept us here for so many years.
My love for wine-making initially started when I began volunteering my time during harvest. The cold brisk mornings and the purple stains on my hands never seemed to last quite long enough, and in 2014 I managed to source some of the best Pinot Noir grapes in the northwest and SchöneTal Cellars finally came to life.
Our approach to wine-making is simple, fermentation occurs naturally in nature and that's exactly how we keep it in the cellar. We believe in allowing our grapes to express their true eloquence by naturally undergoing fermentation without any manipulation. Letting the grapes reveal their natural beauty and balance from the surrounding terroir is what makes our wines recognizable.”
Our first “Homeless” guest winemakers from Washington. Join us and learn about a rising star in the Washington wine world and taste these exciting wines.
Fortuity Cellars is family-owned by Lee and Emily Fergestrom and co-run with long-time friend and winemaker, Johnny Brose.
Located in the Yakima Valley (Wash.) and established in 2017, this boutique winery is focused on Rhone, Burgundy and Bordeaux varietals.
Honored to be selected as a featured winery at the 33rd Annual International Pinot Noir Celebration!
Held at Linfield College in McMinnville, Oregon, the full weekend of festivities starts July 26th and carries on to a sparkling finale on July 28th, 2019.
Join us and winemakers from all corners of the world for three days of exquisite meals, seminars, tastings, and celebration of Pinot noir. This year’s Grand Seminar – Chalonnaise – The 3rd Côte will be an in-depth tour of the wines of the Côte Chalonnaise with acclaimed wine educator Steven Spurrier of Decanter magazine. Steven and his panel of top winemakers from the area will present a tasting-tour through the region from Rully in the north to Givry in the south. The University of Pinot seminar series provides further exploration of Pinot noir through highlights of global Pinot noir regions, food and Pinot noir pairing exercises, palate cross-training with wine related beverages, and expert lead discussions of key trends in Pinot noir.
For further information and tickets, visit the IPNC website: www.ipnc.org
Postponed from our usual second Saturday spot, our Guest Winemaker today is Oregon wine statesman Harry Peterson-Nedry of RR wines. Harry and his daughter, Wynne, are crafting benchmark Pinot Noirs and Rieslings from their 120 acre Ridgecrest Vineyards estate which contains the oldest plantings on Ribbon Ridge. They are not designed for a mass market, but for serious aging and for understanding the potential of this special land mass called Ribbon Ridge. Their concentration, their blackness, their elegance, their textural excitement all stem from the vineyard—its maturity; deep penetration of dry-farmed vines to find rock, nutrients and water; organic farming; limited yield and sensitive fermentation to protect vintage characteristics.
Join Harry for a rare opportunity to sample and acquire these remarkable wines including a pre-release of the 2016 RR Pinot Noir.
Today’s flight will include wines from both wineries, and is complimentary for Wine Club members.
A rare treat! Our vineyard borders the Schaad family’s - planted TWENTY years before us in 1980. Forrest Schaad took the helm in 2015, bringing the family’s vineyard to its full potential and producing spectacular under-the-radar wines. This is a real treat. Meet Forrest and acquire a few bottles of our neighbor’s great wines. Today’s flight will include wines from both vineyards. A very rare comparison!
It’s January- and that means Club Crawl! #NDWClubCrawl2019. We are deep into our annual Club Crawl with our Downtown Newberg Winery friends! Our Wine Club members are invited to swing by any of our tasting rooms, sample the wines, make a purchase at your special discount, and collect a stamp. Full “passports” are entered into a drawing. This is a wonderful way to sample new wines, enjoy Newberg restaurants and shopping. Make a trip and stay at the delightful Chehalem Ridge B&B overlooking the entire Willamette Valley. They can point you in the direction of great overnight discounts.
Free tastings and club discounts at ALL 9 tasting rooms in downtown Newberg!
Artisanal Wine Cellars
Anam Cara Cellars
Cliff Creek Newberg
Ef Fille Wines
Purple Cow Vineyards
Cheers to 2019!
Join us as we open rare Rieslings from our earliest vintages to our newest release. Included in the flight will be our first Riesling, the memorable 2005, which was selected by the Oregon Wine Board’s international tour to represent ageable small vineyard Riesling. These Library wines will be accompanied by sushi from our friends at Newberg’s Ichi Sushi.
No one ever said winemakeing was easy! Meet hands on winemaker Willy Gianopulos of Freja in the Chehalem Mountains.
The name Freja is both a tribute to both the majestic Burgundy region of France where great Pinot Noir has its origins and to the Scandinavian nomads who first settled this area.
In Norse mythology, Freja is a goddess of love and fertility, the patron of crops and birth, the symbol of sensuality. Freja is peacemaker and the bride of fallen heroes. At times she rode Odin’s famous horse Sleipner (depicted on the front label). In Teutonic mythology, she was fused with the goddess Frigg. Friday is named for her.
So, do Willy's Pinots match up? Join us and samples these extraordinary wines for yourself. The $15 tasting includes wines from both Anam Cara and Freja.
Earlier this year, we welcomed Jose Guillan as our Guest Winemaker. Our winemaking journey started almost at the same time, and we were honored when he became one of our Second Saturday guests. His elegant wines are beyond remarkable and they sold at rock-star levels. Tonight we have the opportunity to give back to the Guillen family by donating our dessert Gewurztraminer to this benefit dinner at Ruddick Wood. Jesus’ time with us was far too short, but his legacy will live on. We contribute alongside our friends at Statera, Flaneur, and Day Wines for this memorable dinner. Star of the evening will be the gorgeous Guillen Pinot Noir. Reservations through the Ruddick Wood site. God’s speed Jesus.
Seated tastings with food pairings on Sat & Sun 11am and 3pm, $30 includes keepsake Riedel Pinot Noir glass. Space is limited and reservations are required.
All days: Choose between the Rare Reserves flight which will include Library Pinot Noirs and a keepsake Riedel Pinot Noir glass ($25) or our special Holiday wine flight ($15).
Wine gifts, cheeses.
Lisa Burner and her husband, Mike moved from Wisconsin to Oregon in 1991 and settled in the Chehalem Valley outside of Newberg in 1999 where they continue to live with their son, Sam. Fishery scientists by trade, the Burners became inspired by the beautiful settings and high quality wines of the region and, in 2011, Lisa completed the Chemeketa Wine Studies Program and was awarded the Winemaking Associate of Applied Science Degree.
She worked at some of the North Willamette Valley’s top wineries including Stoller Family Estate, Adelsheim Vineyard, Dobbes Family Estate, and Shea Wine Cellars before crafting her first Pinot noir in the Burner garage in 2014. Building on the success of the 2014 garagiste vintage, Lisa and Mike joined the family of winemakers at Day Camp in Dundee, Oregon in 2015.
Photographed here are Mike Burner and the couple's son, Sam.
“Wine Bar Wednesday” at the super-popular 503 Uncorked in historic Old Town Sherwood is one of the best/coolest/fun events around, and recently voted #6 Wine Bar in Oregon by BestThingsInOregon.com ! Join us for a great evening with a selection of Anam Cara wines and wonderful company.
Those in the know look forward to Owner-Chef Kerri Gallagher's outstanding monthly suppers. Her talent for wine and food pairing as well as creativity in the kitchen are legendary in her home town of Vancouver. Join us for an Alsatian-themed evening of great food and wine. Reservations accepted from 9:00 a.m. Monday, October 1st by email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Become an artist for the day under the tutelage of the wonderful Christine Joy. We’ll capture the beauty of the vineyard’s stunning Fall foliage, and enjoy a glass of wine and light lunch among the vines. This is a perfect way to indulge your creative side, breathe the fresh air and unwind. The afternoon includes all art materials, personal tuition with Christine, wine, lunch and your own canvas to take home. Cost: $50 per person. Kindly contact us at 503-537-9150 for reservations. This event is limited.
She’s back from Europe! Christine Joy has spent the last six months paining en plein air in many of the most scenic spots in England and beyond. Join her for The Grand Reveal 2018 and be the first to see this talented artist’s work. In addition to pre-purchased paintings, there will be unreserved paintings available for sale and showing for the first time as well.
Artist talk at 4:00 p.m.
Wines will be available by the glass.
Join us at the Chehalem Cultural Center on Saturday, September 29th from 5pm-8pm for the Taste of Newberg – Night Market! We will be featuring all 9 Newberg Downtown Wineries, along with others from the Newberg area. We are excited to be featuring distilleries, local artists and delicious local food as well. Enjoy local vendors from Newberg and beyond!
Tickets just $15 before September 22, then $20 and at the door. Available here.
• Anam Cara Cellars
• Artisanal Wine Cellars
• Bravura Cellars
• Chehalem Winery
• Cliff Creek Cellars in Newberg
• Et Fille
• Longplay Wine
• Purple Cow Vineyards
• Rain Dance Vineyards
• Lacey Lou Leather Bands
• The Newbergundian Bistro
• Rolling Table Newberg
• Bull Run Distillery
• The Oilerie Beaverton
• Working Carbon Knives
• Kimberly Chai Designs
A special flight of Anam Cara's Nicholas Vineyard Rieslings (dry and medium-dry) as well as Dry Gewurztraminer - paired with the best sausages outside of Germany! Join us for a unique wine and food pairing with Portland's great Otto's Sausage and the Original Bavarian Sausage Company, Tigard.
Wine and food sampling: $15
The very best wines and cheeses start with the finest quality ingredients. At Anam Cara, it's the grapes from a beautiful hillside vineyard in the Chehalem Mountains, and with TMK it's the herd of happy milking "Cow-lebrities" at this family-owned and operated creamery.
Join us for a perfect wine and cheese pairing, taste six wines and many great cheeses, including a special aged cheddar infused with Anam Cara Pinot Noir, and a delicious Queso Blanco.
Featured cheeses will be available for purchase on the day, directly from TMK.
This special wine and cheese pairing is just $15, waived with a two-bottle wine purchase.
Meet Lisa Namdar - winemaker of Radman Cellars - who describes herself as “a dreamer, meticulously sourcing some of the finest fruit in the NW.” Her small-production, boutique wines include Cabernet, Syrah and the special white blend she’ll pour today. Be among the first to enjoy this exciting newcomer’s wines. Today’s flight includes wines from Radman and Anam Cara.
Get up close and personal with the vines as we head towards Harvest 2018. This is an interactive and informal event which will be of interest to anyone who wants to know about viticulture and what goes into picking decisions.
We'll take you on short walks through the vines, do brix (sugar level) readings and taste the grapes. Those who "graduate" will receive a pass for a complimentary wine flight at our Newberg tasting room just 10 minutes away.
Wines will be featured from the specific blocks tasted on the walk: Wadenswil Pinot Noir (3 vintages), Chardonnay and Riesling.
Vineyard Address: 22222 SW Nicholas View Drive, Sherwood, 97140.
Take the Garland Road Exit on 99W, head south on Frontage Rd towards Newberg.
Right on Nicholas View Drive, and follow signs.
Honored to be just one of 25 wineries at this signature event! Bounty of Yamhill County at Sokol Blosser Winery features 20 chefs paired with 20 local farmers to create a walk-around feast celebrating summer’s bounty. Sip wines while mingling with the winemakers and chefs. Take home a treasure from the 500+ bottle Wall of Wine. (Trust us, this is an extra-ordinary Wall of Wine...!) Tickets benefit the Yamhill Enrichment Society are are available through this link
Owner and Chef "I-Don't-Do-Normal" Zack Ephron of Portland's agrarian Proletariat Butchery creates a feast in the vineyard to remember. He'll cunjure up chickens roasted over the fire pit, wood-fired vegetables in season, salami cured with Anam Cara Port, Charred Bread Pudding (yes!) and of course a whole pig, perfectly slow-roasted by the master himself.
Following this extraordinary dinner, we'll welcome back the popular Jim Todd, Director of Space Science Education at OMSI, who will bring the galaxies to us with his unique presentation and high powered telescopes.
This event is almost sold out. Contact us directly for ticket information.
Join us and eight other wineries located downtown Newberg for a wonderful evening of special wines, food, entertainment and more at a unique site in the heart of town: the lovely gardens of the historic Hoover-Minthorn House Museum.
Included in the admission is a guided tour of the picturesque museum – the only Presidential home in the Pacific Northwest - led by members of The National Society of The Colonial Dames of America in the State of Oregon, current owners of the museum.
Guests will enjoy tasting pours from each winery, a $10 food credit to featured food carts and a keepsake GoVino glass. Wines by the glass will be available, as well as bottles of wine for consumption off site.
Tickets: $55 General Public/$45 winery Club Members; $65/$55 after August 6 and at the door
Available through: http://NewbergDowntownWineries.com “Tickets and Such”
Last February Jesús Guillén was our Guest Winemaker. This wonderful man’s memory lives on through his stunning wines and we are beyond thrilled to share them - and welcome his family - today. If you haven’t yet had a chance to taste his remarkable wines, this is your opportunity. And if you’re already a fan, stop by to acquire a few bottles for your cellar.
Jesús made his Pinots with old world minimal manipulation techniques, including the use of whole cluster fermentation with indigenous yeasts and also sur-lie aging. This is a detail-oriented approach that focuses on making wine that inspires an evocative experience, by achieving a high level of complexity and harmony.
Tiny production wines from an urban winemaker in the big city of Portland! Rodger will bring his 2017 Gruner Veltliner - 80 cases - (possibly the first time anyone has poured a Gruner here), as well as his charming 2017 Rose of Cabernet Franc - 25 cases - and the great 2015 Tempranillo - perhaps 40 cases.
Rodger's interest in wine turned into a love of wine which turned into an intense curiosity about everything that goes into the production of premium wines. After the ‘aha’ moment at a barrel tasting at Washington State’s Kiona winery many years ago, he took up studies through Washington State University’s extension campus in Prosser, WA on both viticulture and enology, the science of wine winemaking.
Volunteer time at Davenlore winery (Prosser, WA) through the Wazzu programs spread out over several years, as well as a short stint at Montinore (Forest Grove, OR) on weekends during the 2012 harvest season were precursors to a harvest internship at Enso winery in 2013 in Portland, Oregon that turned into a position as cellar master and assistant winemaker, a position he still holds today.
Brand new winery "PROJECT M" is the vision of owners Jerry and Meg Murray. That vision has been clarified and refined over their combined 30 years of professional experience in winemaking, marketing and sales.
At PROJECT M, Meg and Jerry believe: Wines made with intention are not "objects" but experiences. Those experiences add to the quality of our lives. That such lives create a better world.
Be among the first to taste and acquire these wines! One tasting fee includes wines from Project M as well as Anam Cara.
Awww! Newberg Animal Shelter will bring adorable kittens for adoption on Saturday from 1:00-3:00 p.m., and we'll also welcome back the spellbinding Tabitha Blankenbiller to sign copies of her first collection of essays "Eats of Eden, a Foudoir." The patio will be open each day, and we have a charming new 90-point Rosé of Pinot Noir to share. New Spring release flight, and a Reserve Library Pinot Noir flight of six wines each receiving over 90 points by the Wine Spectator, Wine Enthusiast, Vinous or Wine Advocate.
Help us help others: Bring wrapped soaps and sample toothpastes, as well as no-longer-loved legos to the tasting room. They will find their way to our local women's shelter and the Edward's Elementary School's Lego Robotics Club.
On Memorial Day we honor members of the military who lost their lives while serving. We are pleased to offer a 10% discount on all purchases to veterans and current members of the armed forces, in addition to complimentary tastings.
Flights: $15 or $25
Open Saturday: 11:00-7:00 p.m.
Sunday and Monday: 11:00-5:00 p.m.
This is Trent's second Guest Winemaker appearance. When he joined us last year, he brought his block buster Napa Cabernets. He's promised us another Napa Cab today, alongside his new Oregon releases. The $15 tasting fee includes wines from both Moffett and Anam Cara.
Trent is a second-generation vintner with an inherent passion for winemaking. He grew up in the Napa Valley, farming during his summers, winemaking, and fully learning the ins and outs of the family wine business, Livingston Vineyards.
Over the past 20 years Trent has had the privilege of working with some of the most talented and distinguished winemakers in the Napa Valley starting with Randy Dunn of Dunn Vineyards, John Kongsgaard, Marco Digiulio, Greg Graham of Rombauer and currently Jennifer Rue, as well as his own parents, Diane and John Livingston. In 2000, he travelled to New Zealand’s South Island to work a harvest with Grant Taylor, one of the South Island’s leading winemakers.
Trent currently produces three different labels, Moffett Vineyards, his heritage label that delivers classic limited production batches, Screenplay Wines, his spirited and cutting edge blends and C&T Cellars, his casual and accessible label.
Gracing the Gallery through the summer are the lovely Florals and Yamhill landscapes by local artist Kimberly Chai. Meet Kim today and enjoy her art.
Born and raised on the Hawaiian island of Oahu, Kim is an artist, an educator, a freelance textile designer, and former patisserie cook who has been a resident of Newberg for 3 years. In moving to Oregon, Kim brought her handmade soap business Daily Ranch Soap Kitchen. "Daily Ranch" is an anagram of Kim's and her husband David's last names: Chai and Landry. Kim makes olive oil and cocoa butter soaps, goat milk soaps, coconut milk soaps, and solid lotion bars. As a textile designer, Kim has produced many designs for menâ€™s aloha (Hawaiian) shirts using the relief printmaking process. She also has a line of hand printed clothing, paper bead jewelry, scarves, and hats, under the label Chai DESIGNS.
All club members are invited to our complimentary pick up party - even if you have your wines in hand already! Taste the wines in your collection and purchase 2016 Futures at special discount.
Each Spring, we enjoy lamb stew by a great chef whose only direction is to create a stew that is Pinot-Friendly (and gluten free), and each year we have a new interpretation. This weekend, we look forward to a spectacular stew by Chef Dario Pisoni of Agrivino.
Music (Sat: 11:30-2:30) by Jesse Meade, a singer-songwriter living in Eugene. He accompanies himself with his own finger-style, acoustic guitar playing while performing both original material and an array of cover songs. His influences include musicians like Ray Charles, Hank Williams, Chuck Willis, Elizabeth Cotten, Otis Redding, Jimmie Rodgers, Aretha Franklin, Percy Mayfield, John Hurt, Sam Cooke, Patsy Cline, The Temptations, The Four Tops, Fats Domino, and Dinah Washington.
Donations: We are collecting sample soaps and toiletries for our local women's shelter. Also any no-longer-loved Lego pieces for the Edwards Elementary School's after class robotics. Thank you