On October 1, Argyle Winery and the Pacific Northwest College of Art (PNCA) will celebrate the unveiling of the 2020 Art of Sparkling artwork at a special online event—Argyle’s first ever virtual reveal event. Created by Argyle Winery, the Art of Sparkling program is a unique collaboration with PNCA, and is now in its fifth year. Each year, three PNCA student artists are selected to receive a scholarship from Argyle. As part of the scholarship, the three artists create an original piece of art reflective of their interpretation of Argyle, which is then turned into a label for the Art of Sparkling 3-bottle set.
The stunning labels created by this year’s winning artists—Eduardo Soto, Roger Schuff and Shannon Driscoll—will debut at an online unveiling on Thursday, October 1 at 4:30pm PST. The students will present their works and share their inspiration and process for creating their art. You’ll get to be one of the first to see the stunning new limited label designs!
The 2020 Art of Sparkling set, which features the 2017 Argyle Vintage Brut, will be available for purchase October 1. Like all of Argyle’s sparkling wines, the limited-edition 2017 Vintage Brut that will be featured in this year’s Art of Sparkling 3-bottle trio was made using the traditional French Champagne method, aged for three or more years and bottle-fermented.
This special webinar event is free for all to attend – you’ll just need Zoom capability. Register in advance for this Zoom webinar:
https://zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_J_cm3vWiRiSB9aEdL9ihaQ. After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
We hope you can join us!
About Argyle Winery
Argyle Winery has been creating wines in the Willamette Valley since 1987. What began as a conviction to grow world-class sparkling wine has grown to include an acclaimed portfolio of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay and Riesling. Argyle farms nearly 400 acres of estate vineyards in the Willamette Valley, and welcomes guests daily at the Argyle Tasting House, located in the same downtown Dundee space they’ve called home since the beginning.