Chehalem Mountains AVA to Host 1st Annual “Magic in the Mountains” Wine Tasting Event Featuring 25 Highly-Acclaimed Wineries and Bites from 4 Restaurants!
NEWBERG, OR – As a way to showcase the quality and diversity of the Chehalem Mountains AVA (American Viticultural Area), the Chehalem Mountains Winery Association, in partnership with the Allison Inn & Spa, is excited to announce the kickoff to our 2019 consumer tasting event, Magic in the Mountains!
On Saturday, June 8th from 12-4pm, join us where the magic begins, in the Chehalem Mountains! At the gateway to Oregon’s prestigious Willamette Valley winegrowing region, just 35 minutes from Portland, wine tasters will discover wines produced by 25 of Oregon’s most highly acclaimed wineries paired with food bites from 4 incredible restaurants during a fun afternoon in the Chef’s Garden at the Allison Inn and Spa.
- Date: Saturday, June 8, 12-4pm
- Location: The Chef’s Garden @ The Allison Inn & Spa
- Pre-sale tickets now available at www.magicinthemountains.com
- Consumer Ticket Price: $45/person (in advance); $55/person (day of)
25 FEATURED WINERIES:
Adelsheim Vineyard, Alloro Vineyard, Anne Amie Vineyards, Bergström Wines, Chehalem, Colene Clemens, Cooper Mountain Vineyards, Elk Cove Vineyards, Finnigan Hill Vineyards, Flâneur Wines, Freja Cellars, Hawks View Winery, Hazelfern Cellars, Lachini Vineyards, Le Cadeau, Longplay Wine, Ponzi Vineyards, Potters Vineyard, Rain Dance Vineyards, Raptor Ridge Winery, REX HILL, ROCO Winery, Ruby Vineyard & Winery, TRESORI Vineyards, Vidon Vineyard
4 FEATURED RESTAURANTS: Jory Restaurant, The Newburgundian Bistro, Ember & Vine, Subterra
ABOUT THE CHEHALEM MOUNTAINS WINEGROWERS ASSOCIATION: The Chehalem Mountains Winegrowers Association is a non-profit organization representing vineyards and wineries in the Chehalem Mountains AVA (American Viticultural Area). The Chehalem Mountains AVA is the closest Willamette Valley Sub-AVA to the Portland metropolitan area, with vineyards and tasting rooms starting just 35 minutes from Portland. From Parrett Mountain to the south, and running northwest across Bald Peak and Ribbon Ridge, the Chehalem Mountains were formed by uplifted sedimentary seabeds, lava flows, and wind-blown silt to create the highest elevations and most diverse soils in wine country. These distinctions make our winegrowing region famous for rich, elegant and complex wines including benchmark pinot noir.