The Art of Wine: A Passport to Culture

The Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art and the South Willamette Wineries Association kick-off their new program, The Art of Wine: A Passport to Culture, with a free wine tasting event at the Travel Lane County Adventure Center. Wine tastings provided by Sweet Cheeks Winery, Chateau Lorane Winery, Domaine Meriwether, Patchwork Cellars and High Pass Winery. Olive Grand and special guest artist Robert Canaga will also be at the event. Travel Lane County's Adventure Center is located in Springfield at 3312 Gateway Street.

Passports are $75 and are your ticket to the exclusive Winemakers dinner at the Museum on August 27th where you will enjoy a pre-event wine tasting and sit with one of our winemakers at their table. You will enjoy a 20% discount at all the participating winery tasting rooms between August 2nd and August 27th. Get your passport stamped at participating wineries and you will qualify for incredible wine gift baskets and more…

To purchase your passport, visit:http://www.southwillamette​​ne/ or call 541-346-0942.

Passport to Culture Participating Wineries:

Domaine Meriwether
Pfeiffer Winery
LaVelle Vineyards
Sweet Cheeks Winery
Saginaw Vineyard
Iris Vineyards
Chateau Lorane Winery
Territorial Vineyard & Wine Company
Capitello Wines
Patchwork Cellars
Brigadoon WIne Co.
J. Scott Cellars
Abbelone Vineyards

Event Dates:

August 2nd – Kick-off wine tasting at the Eugene Cascades and Coast Adventure Center

August 13th – Wineries without walls tasting at the museum (joined by other local favorite wineries)

August 20th – Wineries without walls tasting at the museum (joined by other local favorite wineries)

August 27th – Winemakers Dinner at the Museum.





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