- 3/28/2020, 3:00 pm-6:00 pmVenue: 7835 SE Stark St
Portland, Oregon 97215Join us for this great opportunity to meet the heroes that are working hard in Portland’s wine cellars! Every month, up and coming geeky wine makers pop up in Portland, and while it might be overwhelming for some, we used this chance to pick our favorite ones and let them pour you a few selected wines from their small production. To be completely honest, we did invite a couple from outside of Portland, but they were just to good to miss out on! 7 winemakers! 7 different perceptions & 7 philosophies! …some just starting off, others in the process of expanding out to the Valley or the Gorge. A delicious buffet will be included, with a selection of small tartines, homemade spicy hummus & other goodies! We would be happy to have you, so make sure to sign up today, tickets are limited! Cheers, Your Club Vino Team Manuel, Trevor, Miguel and Sami
- 4/26/2020, 2:00 pm-6:00 pmVenue: 26 SW Salmon St
Portland, Oregon 97204Pour Oregon, a Cellar 503 wine festival, is your chance to discover small, artisanal wine producers from all over Oregon. There’s so much great wine in this state from Southern Oregon’s Rogue, Applegate, and Umpqua Valleys, to the little places like Elkton and Milton-Freewater, to the hills and valleys of the great Willamette Valley. Pour Oregon is a one-day wine tasting event featuring over 50 boutique wineries from all over the state. We’re hosting the 2020 event at The World Trade Center. $10 of every ticket will benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation of Oregon.
- 7/11/2020, 11:00 am-9:00 pmVenue: SE McLoughlin Blvd
Portland, Oregon 97202Bring a blanket and enjoy a beautiful summer day in Westmoreland Park tasting from an exceptional array of 100 wines from around the world. Not a wine drinker? Not to worry, there will be delicious beers from Level Beer and nonalcoholic beverages to enjoy. Plus, tasty food offerings, live music, a great selection of local vendors and an activity zone filled with fun for the whole family. There is no admission cost to enter the festival. To participate in the wine tasting, purchase one of our tasting packages. Buy early and save plus be entered to win the Ultimate Picnic Experience. Ticket sales will go live in March 2020. For more info visit: www.portland-picnic.com The Portland Picnic encourages responsible drinking and urges patrons to take TriMet. Westmoreland Park is conveniently located on the MAX Orange Line and Bus #70. This is a family friendly event and there will be activities for the kids to enjoy as well. NO ANIMALS OR OUTSIDE FOOD OR BEVERAGES ARE ALLOWED. OLCC requires that alcoholic beverages stop being served at 8pm. The Portland Picnic is proud to support Ride Connection which provides accessible transportation for older adults and people with disabilities in the Portland metro area. Thank you to our generous sponsors! Bob’s Red Mill Natural Foods Level Beer The Portland Bottle Shop TriMet
- 8/9/2020, 10:00 am-5:00 pmVenue: 831 SE Salmon St
Portland, Oregon 97214From the Pearl to Clinton-Richmond, we’ve scoured PDX for the craftiest and most delicious Bloody Marys. Stay tuned for full Bloody Mary line up and tickets. 21+ to enter. Line-up subject to change. Tickets are 100% transferrable.
- 11/7/2020, 12:00 pm-6:00 pmVenue: 101 N Weidler St
Portland, Oregon 97227Cider Rite of Spring is a celebration of the blossoming Northwest Cider industry— an annual cider tasting event welcoming the return of spring, featuring over 100 unique ciders served by over 30 different cidermakers and cidery representatives in beautifully renovated historic event space, the Leftbank Annex in NE Portland. The Rite of Spring 2020 will be bigger than ever and include a special VIP hour from 12-1 plus a unique VIP lounge throughout the day. There will also be a pop up store where guests can purchase cider to go. With the news from Governor Kate Brown that all large gatherings are banned for the next month, the Northwest Cider Association has made the difficult decision to postpone Cider Rite of Spring due to the spread of the COVID-19 virus. The new date will be November 7th, still at the Leftbank Annex (perhaps we’ll change the festival name to Cider Rite of Fall?). We will reach out directly to those who have already purchased tickets. If you are unable to attend the new date, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org with your order number for a full refund.