Farm-to-Table Dinners in the Northern Willamette Valley Wine Country
Taste the Bounty of Tualatin Valley’s Wine Country
Oregon’s Tualatin Valley has rich agricultural lands that provide a bounty of fresh farm-to-table goodness. So, it only makes sense that our farms and wineries celebrate our cornucopia of produce with farm dinners. We’re excited that farm-to-table dinners are back for the season! Get tickets soon to these Tualatin Valley dinners.
Dinner in the Field at Blakeslee Vineyard Estate
Sherwood | September 9 | 5:00 p.m. | $135 per person
The delectable multi-course meal, paired with wines and views from the lovely Blakeslee Vineyard Estate set the state for a late-summer wine feast. Situated on the south side of the Chehalem Mountains, Blakeslee Vineyard Estate produces wines that beautifully represent the terroir of the region—offering Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Riesling, Rosé of Pinot Noir and White Pinot Noir. A producer of Pinot Noir grapes for many years, the vineyard focuses on sustainable practices.
Dinner in the Field at Lee Farms w/ Argyle Winery
Tualatin | September 16 | 5:00 p.m. | $125 per person
Lee Farms, famous for their fresh made pies, Oregon berries, fresh produce, pumpkin patch and Christmas tree farm, hosts the final Tualatin Valley Dinner in the Field. Wander back to the long community tables, placed center perfect in the field, candles and wine glasses glimmering in the late evening sun for a meal paired with wines from Argyle Winery. Argyle farms over 460 acres in Oregon’s Willamette Valley – Knudsen Vineyard in the Dundee Hills AVA, and Lone Star Vineyard and Spirit Hill Vineyard in the Eola-Amity Hills AVA. A socially-responsible, grower-driven winery, Argyle has earned LIVE certification.
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