Wine Down Eugene

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Wine Bars & Wine Shops

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Osteria Sfizio: Sun. Last Sunday Regional Italian Dinner based on cuisine and wine from Campania & Basilicata.

LaVelle Club Room at 5th Street Market: Tues. 5-7p ½ off glass pours for Tasty Tuesday Women’s Networking Group; Wed. 5-8p ½off glass pours for ladies; Thurs. 6-8p Live music with Jerry Zybach ; Fri. 6-8p live music by Gus Russell.

Marché Provisions: Fri. 5-7p Free wine tasting of 4 new wines weekly and 10% off those wines during the tasting.

Sundance Wine Cellars: Fri. 5-7p  themed Frugal Friday wine tasting with Mario; Sat. 5-7p featuring local and regional wineries. Last week was Patchwork Cellars, Opine, & 720 Cellars! Check their facebook page frequently for updates on events and tastings: http://www.facebook.com/winedance

Broadway Wine Merchants: Fri. 5-7p Free wine tasting weekly, check their website for featured wines and which winemakers will be present http://www.oregonwineandmore.com/friday-night-wine-tasting/

Territorial Vineyards & Wine Co.: Thu. 5-11p Live Rock by Dominic Valenti. June Art is “La FamiliaA mother/daughter exhibit featuring Karen and Mica Russo.

Ambrosia: Mon.-Fri. 4-6p Happy Hour $4.50 house wines. Check out their award winning wine list: http://www.ambrosiarestaurant.com/assets/0000/0093/ambrosia-winelist.pdf

Café Zenon: Tues. 50% off bottles of wine; Mon-Fri. 5-6:30p $1 off glasses of wine and pints of beer. Find King Estate’s Domaine Pinot Gris here – ½ off on Tuesdays!! Their fabulous wine list: http://www.zenoncafe.com/wine_list.php

The Washburne Café: Fri. & Sat. All day ~ $1 off all glasses of wine and all microbrews are just $4!

Café 440: Wed. Wine Flights for the month of June: White Flight-Italian Pinot Grigio’s. Red Flight-French Cote du Rhones. 3 pours for $10.50.

Mac’s at the Vet’s Club: Wed. 6-8p free wine tasting featuring a different Oregon winery every week! Wine, Jazz & Variety live with Gus Russell & Paul Biondi 6p-9p.

Agate Alley Laboratory: Now open Tue.-Sun. 5p-midnight~This is Agate Alley Bistro’s sister restaurant that just opened last week. It’s a must try and their wine list is one not to miss http://www.agatealleylaboratory.com/wine.html

Capella Market: Sat. 4-6p Wine Tasting (house pour)

Market of Choice: Featured wine 6/17-6/30 Christian Vergier Macon-Villages Cuvée Eros – d a delicious, refreshing Chardonnay just $12.99 a bottle

Café Soriah: Wed. Celebrate Wine Wednesdays! All day ½ off bottles of wine, including notable names such as: BrickHouse, Capitello, King Estate, Broadley! Outdoor seating

Café Lucky Noodle: Tue. Wine Night – all bottles 35% off Excellent wine list: http://www.luckynoodle.com/lnwines.pdf

Sam’s Place Tavern: great wine list, 21 glass pours, all under $7! Wine list includes some excellent Oregon wines. Check it out at www.samsplacetavern.com/wine-list/

Sundance Wine Cellars: Sat. 5-7p J Scott Wine Cellars wine tasting with winemaker Jonathan Scott Oberlander.

Granary Wine Bar: Wed. all day $5 glass pour of house white or red

Wineries & Vineyards

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2011 Barrel Tour: Sat. 9:30a-5p $60 per person. Travel in a deluxe charter bus touring 4 wineries. Each winery will serve three wine selections paired with an appetizer.  An educational component will be provided by each of the wineries. June 25th tour visits Domaine Meriwether, Pfeiffer Vineyards, LaVelle Vineyards & High Pass Winery. Call 541-221-8592 to check availability and purchase tickets.

Sarver Winery: Open 12-5p Mon.-Thur. & 12-8p Fri.- Sun. Excellent wines, great prices, gracious hosts and an unparalleled view.

Silvan Ridge Winery: Fri. 6:30-8:30p Kathy Marshall & Laura Golden take the stage for an evening of folk and Americana music. Bring a blanket or lawn chairs and friends for music wine & great food! No cover.

Saginaw Vineyards: Fri. 6-9p Friday Night Live 2011 presents “The Annie Rhoades Band”. No cover charge.  80247 Delight Valley School Rd, Cottage Grove.  15 minutes south of Eugene at exit 176 off the I-5.  541-942-1364 visit: www.saginawvineyard.com.

Sweet Cheeks Winery: Fri. 6-9p Twilight Tasting, wine & cheese pairing with Oregon-made artisan cheeses, live music with Jennifer Sennett; Sun. noon-6p Mimosa Sunday, live music on the patio, bring your own brunch

Pfeiffer Vineyards: Open DAILY 11a-5p; Fri. & Sat. 11a-9p! Order a glass (or bottle) of wine and enjoy their new beautiful Water Garden -4 terraced ponds and waterfalls set in the vineyard~gorgeous!

LaVelle Vineyards Winery in Elmira: Fri. 5-9p Friday Night Flights-free flight of wine samplings, live music with Jackie & Jason Cowsill, and food offered by DEVOUR Gourmet Food Cart. Highly suggested Pinot Noir: Matthew’s Reserve!

Noble Estate: Open 7 days a week noon-5p.Tasting room with beautiful new patio and gorgeous view now open!!

Iris Vineyards: Mon.-Fri. 11a-3p Stop by their state of the art winery & tasting room in Cottage Grove. $3 tasting fee includes free wine glass and cheese and crackers. 541-942-5993

Chateau Lorane: Now open 7 days a week 12-5p Try some of their rare and distinguished wines: Baco Noir, Huxelrebe, Leon Millot, and Melon de Bourgogne. The new Entourage Red Blend is a winner!

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Saginaw Vineyards: Fri. July 1st 6:30-8:30p “Tony Rae & Common Ground” No cover charge.  80247 Delight Valley School Rd, Cottage Grove.  15 minutes south of Eugene at exit 176 off the I-5.  541-942-1364 visit: www.saginawvineyard.com.

Art & The Vineyard: July 2-4. Wine, Food, Art, Music – all at Alton Baker Park. http://www.artandthevineyard.org/

Ambrosia: July 6th 5:30-7p – First Wednesday Wine Tasting. Try about 10 wines that have something in common along with special appetizer plates to pair with the wine. $15 per person

King Estate: July 29th 6-9p Tower Club Summer BBQ at King Estate’s Vineyard Pavilion. Become a Tower Club Member to experience KE’s ultimate events! http://www.kingestate.com/tower-club/

 

Julia for EDN – Writing about Eugene’s Wine Scene

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