Wildstock Earth Day Celebration

Enjoy a wealth of fresh vegetables this summer! In celebration of Earth Day, we are giving our backyard vegetable gardeners the opportunity to pick up starters while sipping on some awesome Wildstock Wines.

$25 per person – $10 for Wine Club Members. Includes wine flight and 5 starters of your choice.


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Wildstock DIY Series #1 – Pickling vs. Fermenting Workshop

House-made, handcrafted, homespun, however you want to call it, Oregon loves its DIY projects. As we release our first Wildstock culinary line items prepared by Chef Mike Delaney, we found it appropriate to create a series of DIY events that encompass some of our all-time culinary favorites.

Saturday, March 25th 11am – 12:30pm & 2pm – 3:30pm. $50 per person – $35 for Wine Club Members.

Reservation required – limited availability. Call 503-852-7300 or email us at rodolphe@scottpaul.com


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Scott Paul Wines Blind Tasting

Eight Wines, three vintages and three varieties. Test your Scott Paul wine knowledge skills or subtly identify what you like best. Why blind taste? Because it’s a lot of fun! Very cool prizes will be awarded to the most successful guessers.

Saturday, March 11th 11am – 12:30pm & 2pm – 3:30pm. $40 per person – $25 for Wine Club Members.

Reservation required – limited availability. Call 503-852-7300 or email us at rodolphe@scottpaul.com


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Cellar Dusting at Scott Paul

We will pour some of our current releases as well as older vintages that embody the classic expression of Scott Paul Wines. 2004 to 2009 vintages: Time travel never felt so good…

$25 per person – $10 for Wine Club Members Reservation encouraged due to limited wine availability.

Call 503-852-7300 or email us at rodolphe@scottpaul.com


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ROCO’s Winter Wine Dinner with Taqueria Nueve

Our popular dinner series returns this season with several dynamic chefs from some of our favorite regional restaurants. Limited to 14 guests, this dinner feature five courses paired with five or more beautiful ROCO wines.
A four vintage vertical of our bold, spice-driven The Stalker Pinot Noir (plus a round of Ancient Waters) calls out for the bold, intense flavors of Chef Billy Schumaker’s authentic creations. Billy’s restaurant, Taqueria Nueve, is not your typical Mexican place—think wild boar tacos, octopus coctel, and Caesar con ceviche. Billy has a vast background that includes Paley’s Place and his own restaurant, DF. It’s sure to be a night of culinary adventure and exploration!


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Fullerton Wine Course: Earth, Blood, Herbs, and Flowers

Earth, Blood, Herbs, and Flowers: Syrah

From herbaceous and peppery to lush and meaty, fresh and crisp to dark and brooding, Syrah can offer an amazing array of styles. Examine and taste the newest varietal to Fullerton Wines, including a 2015 barrel sample from our cellar, as well as French, Australian, and other American examples.

When: Thursday, April 27th from 6:30-8:30pm
Where: Fullerton Residence – 10404 SW Mt. Adams Dr. Beaverton, OR 97007
Tickets: Seat reserved with purchase

The Fullerton Wine Course offers attendees an engaging and personal experience. Each class incorporates curated insights into the chosen topic, and includes an interactive tasting experience. Appetizers and wine will be served as attendees mingle during the first 15 minutes, and the sessions close with light nibbles and conversation. Expect a fun and enlightening evening.


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Fullerton Wine Course: Water, Fire, Earth, and Wind

Water, Fire, Earth, and Wind: Soils Session

The weathering of ancient basalt flows over prehistoric sea beds has resulted in today’s diverse sedimentary and volcanic hillside soils in the Willamette Valley. Soil impacts the flavors and textures of wine more than any other single factor. Within our beloved valley, these two main soil types form the foundation for the distinctive Pinot Noirs and Chardonnays we all enjoy. Come taste the impact of our vineyard’s soils on the wines they produce, and experiment with the blending of these distinct components. Together we will navigate our geology, soils, and their impact on wine.

When: Thursday, March 30th from 6:30-8:30pm
Where: 10404 SW Mt Adams Dr Beaverton, OR 97007
Tickets: Seat reserved with purchase

The Fullerton Wine Course offers attendees an engaging and personal experience. Each class incorporates curated insights into the chosen topic, and includes an interactive tasting experience. Appetizers and wine will be served as attendees mingle during the first 15 minutes, and the sessions close with light nibbles and conversation. Expect a fun and enlightening experience.

Seats are limited for all sessions to preserve the intimacy and quality of the experience. Come and explore the complex and magical world of wine and winemaking. Members receive a 25% discount on the ticket.


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Fullerton Winemaker’s Dinner à la Scandinavia

Menu

Appetizer

Smørrebrød with plaice, prawns and basil dressing (Danish)

Served with 2015 Three Otters Rosé and 2014 Three Otters Chardonnay

First course

Jerusalem artichoke soup with lobster

Served with 2015 Five FACES Chardonnay

Second course

Biff Lindström served with chanterelles, roasted fingerling potatoes, green beans and lingonberries (Swedish)

Swedish tac bread with home-made butter

Served with 2014 Five FACES Pinot Noir and 2014 Momtazi Pinot Noir

Salad

Spring Salad with candied walnuts

Served with 2013 Croft Vineyard Pinot Noir

Dessert

Slabang (Eric’s grande finale) with coffee