PINOT IN THE CITY

CHICAGO


 may 15, 2018 at morgan manufacturing, 401 n. morgan st., chicago
6:30 – 9:00 p.m. (VIP access* at 5:30 p.m.)


ABOUT THE EVENT

Seventy wineries from Oregon’s Willamette Valley are barreling to Chicago on May 15, 2018 for Pinot in the City, a showcase of some of the world’s most exciting Pinot noirs.

The evening tasting event at Morgan Manufacturing will feature owners and winemakers pouring a selection of wines, including library and current releases, paired with delicious Pinot noir-friendly small bites.

Come taste the wines that are putting the Willamette Valley in the news and mingle with the people who are making it happen. Sip Pinot noir, Chardonnay, Pinot gris, Pinot blanc, sparkling wines and more showcasing the best that Oregon has to offer.

*Get VIP tickets for early access at 5:30 p.m. and more time with the winemakers.

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THE VENUE: MORGAN MANUFACTURING

 

Located in the up-and-coming Fulton Market area, Chicago’s quickly developing epicenter of innovation and technology, Morgan Manufacturing offers the space and inspiration to host any event. A building dating to before the Great Chicago Fire, there is some definite history within the walls. Near the 90/94 expressways, two blocks southwest of the blue line and two blocks north of the green line, we are easily accessible from just about anywhere. Downtown and River North are a stone’s throw across the river with ample hotels just a short cab ride away. Learn more.

 

WHERE TO STAY: THE ACE HOTEL CHICAGO

Ace Hotel Chicago lives in a stoic, industrial concrete and glass building in the West Loop, once home to an Italian-American cheesemaking company and, before that, a pair of mysterious brothers. We’re walking distance to the Morgan Lake L Station and some of the best food in the city. You can throw a coin and hit Google (we don’t recommend it; they’ve got cameras) and what once was Oprah Winfrey’s HQ. Learn more.

 


Participating Wineries


Photo Courtesy of Fairmont Chicago

Adelsheim Vineyard
Alexana Winery
Andrew Rich Wines
Angela Estate
Anne Amie Vineyards
Apolloni Vineyards
Argyle
Beacon Hill Winery
Beckham Estate Vineyard
Belle Pente
Bethel Heights
Big Table Farm
Boedecker Cellars
Brittan Vineyards
Brooks
Chehalem Winery
Coeur de Terre Vineyard
Colene Clemens
Cristom Vineyards
Crowley Wines
Dobbes Family Estate
Domaine Roy et fils
Domaine Drouhin Oregon
Dusky Goose
Elk Cove Vineyards
Erath Winery
Et Fille Wines
The Eyrie Vineyards
Firesteed Cellars
Gran Moraine
Hamacher Wines
Harper Voit
Iota Cellars
Iris Vineyards
J. Christopher
J.K. Carriere
Johan Vineyards
King Estate
Knudsen Vineyard
L’Angolo Estate
Lachini Vineyards
Lange Estate Winery
Le Cadeau Vineyard / Aubichon Cellars
Left Coast Cellars
Lemelson Vineyards
Lenné
Lingua Franca
Maysara Winery
Methven Family Vineyards
Montinore Estate
Penner-Ash Wine Cellars
R. Stuart & Co. Winery
Raptor Ridge
REX HILL
ROCO Winery
Sineann
Sokol Blosser Winery
Soléna Estate
Soter Vineyards
Stoller Family Estate
Sweet Cheeks Winery
Torii Mor Winery
Union Wine Company
Van Duzer Vineyards
Westmount
WillaKenzie Estate
Winderlea Vineyard & Winery
Winter’s Hill Estate
Yamhill Valley Vineyards
Youngberg Hill

 

Don’t miss out on this unique opportunity to enjoy the Willamette Valley in your Windy City.
 
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Associated Events

 

Monday, May 14

Youngberg Hill tasting at Main Street Social, 7–9 p.m. Get Tickets

Big Table Farm wine dinner at Acanto; details TBA

 

Wednesday, May 16

 

Explore Willamette Valley Wines: A Panel Discussion and Tasting With Five Willamette Valley Winemakers at City Winery, 7–9 p.m. Get Tickets

Join us for an engaging discussion and tasting with five winemakers from the Willamette Valley, a region that rightly ranks among the most exciting winemaking areas in the country. You’ll gain insight into the decades-long history of the region, its origins, and how its winemaking continues to evolve and flourish. You’ll also taste a range of wines that reflect the region’s terroir as well as the energy and spirit of experimentation embraced by the region’s winemakers. Wine and food lovers have long enjoyed the quality and versatility that Willamette Valley wines bring to the table, so come experience for yourself what makes them so unique.

 

Oregon vs. the World: Guess the Grape dinner at the Beacon Tavern, 6:30–9:30 p.m.  Get Tickets

Gage Hospitality Group is pouring one out for the arrival of Willamette Valley Wineries Association’s Pinot in the City and invites you to “guess the grape” at an exclusive wine dinner at Beacon Tavern. On Wednesday, May 16, beginning at 6:30 p.m. Executive Chef Bob Broskey will prepare a six-course dinner with blind wine pairings from top Willamette Valley wineries. For each course, Oregon wines will be matched against iconic wines from classic regions from around the world with owners and winemakers discussing the flavor profiles of each wine. Reserved seating is available for $175.00 per person including tax and gratuity + $8.07 ticket fee. The ticket purchase guarantees seating and includes the five-course dinner with ten wine pairings. Cancellations must be made at least 72 hours prior to the event to be eligible for a refund. Please call Beacon Tavern at 312-955-4226 or email aaron@gagehospitality.com with any questions.

 

Boedecker Cellars wine dinner at Parker’s; details TBA

 

Thursday, May 17

Acanto’s 3-Liter Thursday will feature a series of special Willamette Valley wines in large-format bottles selected by sommelier Jon McDaniel.