Champagne Brunch, Bubbly Class by Argyle Winery, Olive Oil Tasting and Information with Fanucchi Oils, Raffle Prizes, and More!
Jesus Guillen, Winemaker for White Rose
Wine Questions Answered
Why only make pinot noir? Why they utilize whole cluster fermentation and what does that do to the wine?
Visit their website: White Rose Wines
Chris Czarnecki of The Joel Palmer House
Gourmet Cooking Demonstration
Renowned for the use of wild mushrooms, Chris will demonstrate how to make his savory Beef Stroganoff in this gourmet culinary demonstration.
Visit their website: The Joel Palmer House
Ken Wright of Ken Wright Cellars
Ken will be presenting on the geology of our area and how it influences the aromatic and flavor proflies of Pinot Noir. This concept extends into a discussion of the six new American Viticultural Areas in our region & how geology played a pivotal role in their creation.
Visit their website: Ken Wright Cellars
Gina Fanucchi of Fanucchi Oils
Mark Thompson of Fair Wage Coffee
What are some non-traditional ways of brewing your coffee? How could you do a little home roasting of your own?
Charles Hesson of Dobbes Family Estate
Oak Barrels & Pinot Noir
Why French? What does 50% new oak mean? Haven’t we created a better vessel since 450BC? Come smell a $1,110 new French Oak Barrel!!!!
Visit their website: Dobbes Family Estate
Time: All Day
12:00-1:30 Maria Olaya: Solo guitar
2:00-3:15 Thousand Waves: World music, Classical, Contemporary and Originals featuring Koto (Japanese Harp), Flute, and Classical Guitar
4:00-5:30 Sweeter Than Later: An eclectic mix of original tunes, and really great blues, jazz, classical and classic pop. Light-hearted, accessible, and entertaining...an experience not to be missed!
12:30-2:00 John Harr: Solo guitarist (classical, jazz, pop, original, and other styles), vocalist, and looping artist using acoustic and electric guitars.
2:30-4:00 Roughly Hewn: a Celtic ensemble
4:30-5:30 Pam Beatty, Peter Zisa, and Nancy Durham-Stairs: Brazilian music for two guitars and percussion
Bike Ride Through Wine Country
Join us biking from Oakhurst Thoroughbred Farms through 28 miles of beautiful wine country. Our route will take us through Yamhill, then Carlton and back. Finish with food, wine and art at Trilogy.
We will usually average 10 MPH, we wait at corners for everybody to regather. No one is left behind. Please bring helmets, water, spare tire equipment, snacks and anything else you may need. We will meet in the SW corner of the parking field, plan to leave at 9:10 at the latest. We should be back by 12:30, perfect time for food and wine. Its going to be beautiful weather!
Also go to http://www.meetup.com/Whinos/events/27806091/ for more information.