Raise a glass and toast to Oregon Gamay Noir with up to 25 wines, special tasting events, an Oregon Gamay wine bar takeover at Ned Ludd, and a collaboration Oregon and French Gamay dinner with acclaimed chefs Jason French and Cathy Whims
I Love Gamay will take over Elder Hall in Portland, Oregon, hosting nearly all Oregon Gamay Noir producers for a special public tasting salon on Monday, May 1st from 4pm to 7pm. Dinner service that evening at Ned Ludd will feature all Oregon Gamay wines by the glass and special menu items. The outside patio at Ned Ludd will turn into an Oregon Gamay Noir casual wine bar for the evening for attendees of the tasting to mingle, nosh on small bites and drink glass pours too until 10 p.m. Then on Tuesday, May 2nd, the celebration will host a special collaboration dinner between acclaimed chefs Jason French of Ned Ludd and Cathy Whims of Nostrana. The limited seating (30 seats) five-course dinner will be start at 6 p.m. and will be paired with both rare historic and current vintage Oregon Gamay Noir and French Beaujolais wines side by side for each course.
Tickets go on sale on Friday, March 3rd and will be $35 for the tasting salon and $125 for the dinner. Guests wishing to attend both events can purchase the Gamay Tasting + Dinner ticket package for $150, saving $10. For more information and for purchasing tickets, please visit http://www.ilovegamay.com/ and follow along using the hashtag #Ilovegamay. Follow along on Facebook: www.facebook.com/ilovegamay/; and on Instagram @i.love.gamay.
The inaugural I Love Gamay celebrates the incredible all-Oregon line up of Gamay wines. For more details and the most up to date information, visit http://www.ilovegamay.com/; or follow along on Facebook: www.facebook.com/ilovegamay/; and on Instagram @i.love.gamay.