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.

Venue:
Tasting Room
Phone:
612-554-0356
Address:
SW Mt Adams Dr, Portland, OR 97239, USA Google Map
Start:
March 30, 2017 7:30 pm
End:
March 30, 2017 9:30 pm
Cost:
$40
Website:
www.fullertonwines.com
Contact:
Matt Wieland
Phone:
612-554-0356
info@fullertonwines.com
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When:
March 30, 2017 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
2017-03-30T18:30:00-08:00
2017-03-30T20:30:00-08:00
Where:
Tasting Room
SW Mt Adams Dr
Portland, OR 97239
USA
Cost:
$40
Contact:
Matt Wieland
612-554-0356

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.

Wineries Participating in this event

Please use links below to narrow your search. A ✮ indicates wineryes participating in the Willamette Cares Food Share.

Library Offerings - Library (older-vintage) wines available for taste and/or purchase
Food Pairings - Food pairings by in-house chefs, food trucks, etc.
New Releases - The winery will be debuting a new release wine.
Special Projects - The winery will be showcasing seasonal Nouveau-style wines, side projects or something else that's not in their usual lineup.
Family-Friendly - The winery has a designated activity or play area for kids and a nonalcoholic beverage option.
Live Entertainment - The event will include a live band or singer/entertainer.
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