Alloro Vineyard2021 Dinners in the Field now live!

Enjoy the stunning wines of Oregon over a six-to-seven course dinner expertly prepared by Field & Vine chefs using ingredients sourced straight from the host and surrounding farms.

For dinners hosted in the early spring or winter, the event will be held in a tented area, barn, or covered area, rain or shine. Casual attire recommended.

Please take note of the following policies before purchasing your tickets:

1. Refunds are not available.

2. Purchased Tickets are dinner-specific, and can not be transferred to another dinner.

4. Dinner will be held rain or shine. Please bring or wear the appropriate attire.

5. We offer a vegetarian/gluten-free option for the main course only.

6. We may or may not post the menu prior to the event. Each menu is designed specifically for each event and produce is purchased locally and by availability, so we don’t want to promise you anything that might have to change!

Our partners are busy this season! Please only contact us for all of your questions

Dinner in the Field at Trail Distilling w/ Owen Roe

Trail Distilling 21553 S. Hwy 213, Oregon City

For the second year in a row, our friends Trail Distilling will be hosting us for an incredible Dinner in the Field! We are so excited to head out to […]


Dinner in the Field at Abbey Road Farm

Abbey Road Farm 10280 NE Oak Springs Farm Rd, Carlton

We are so excited to be heading out to the beautiful Carlton, Oregon to host a Dinner in the Field for the first time ever at Abbey Road Farm! Abbey […]


Dinner in the Field at Tumwater Vineyard

Tumwater Vineyards 375 SW Barrel House Way, West Linn

Enjoy this very special dinner at Tumwater Vineyard on Pete’s Mountain in West Linn. Beautifully located in a rustic, open beamed gathering place, nestled between a pond and the vineyard […]


Dinner in the Field at Maysara Winery

Maysara Winery 15765 SW Muddy Valley Rd, McMinnville

After ending our 2019 season at Maysara Winery, we couldn’t help but to end another year with them. The Momtazi family purchased 496 (of the now 532) acres of abandoned […]