Terra Vina Wines w/ Goldin Artisan Creamery
September 16th, 2017 @ 5:30p
Stroll through the enchanted vines of Terra Vina as you sip dark, velvety tempranillo and take in the sweet scent of the Willamette Valley. Welcome the coming of late summer and the early harvest season at this beautiful vineyard, where Chef’s open-fired delectables grace long tables brimming with food, wine, and laughter. Join Chef Pascal, along with Terra Vina’s winemakers for a memorable late summer Dinner in the Field. Terra Vina Wines farms a small, family owned vineyard on Parrett Mountain in the Chehalem Mountains AVA. Goldin Artisan Creamery, established in 2004, is located on the east side of the Willamette River, in the Cascade foothills near Molalla crafting distinctive small lot cheese that is influenced by the soil and climate of the Pacific Northwest.
September 23, 2017 @ 5:30p
Douglas Farm has been operating on Sauvie Island since the 1940’s. Touted by locals as one of the best places to pick peaches, Douglas Farm offers an abundance of fresh produce, free-range eggs and local honey. The 6-7 course menu of farm fresh ingredients will be paired with the memorable wines from Owen Roe, who proudly makes wines from superior Northwest sites where the fruit ripens slowly and fully, resulting in excellent acidity and balance that makes them so food friendly. This dinner is benefiting Farmers Ending Hunger. Check out their website to see what they are all about: www.farmersendinghunger.com
Fall Harvest Dinner at St Josef’s Estate Vineyards & Winery w/ Portland Cider Co.
October 7th, 2017 • 5:30p
A unique, rustic and special fall harvest dinner with St. Josef’s Vineyards and Winery in Canby and Portland Cider Company. Field & Vine Events is thrilled to host Chef Pascal Chureau’s expertly prepared six-course harvest dinner at this local treasure.
With vineyards planted in 1978, St Josef’s is one of Oregon’s original wine pioneers. St. Josef is proud to be a family owned and operated estate centrally located between Woodburn, Oregon City and Wilsonville – just 30 minutes south of Portland, Oregon. They maintain five sustainably farmed vineyards without the use of irrigation, harsh chemicals or pesticides. For their stewardship of the land, they have received Salmon Safe certification and LIVE sustainability awards and are proud to be a part of the 1% of NW vineyards who achieved this level of sustainability. Portland Cider Company was started in the fall of 2012 with the mission of bringing handcrafted cider in the English tradition to the Northwest using Northwest ingredients.r><br><Br><br><Br>
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In case you missed it…
Our friends from Mt. Hood Territory joined Chef Pascal in the kitchen to make a stunning seared halibut with a fricassee with potatoes, chorizo and three types of mushrooms.
Head over to their website for a lovely article about who were are and what we do along with the recipe to this dish!
Field and Vine Dinners Announces Schedule of 32 Events This Year by Jerrod Lyman