Oregon Wineries that will host a dinner

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Oregon Wineries that will host a dinner

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I am planning a trip to Willamette Valley for five couples and would like to do a dinner at a winery. Please let me know of any wineries (especially top tier wineries) that might be able to arrange an onsite dinner. Thanks.

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#2 Post by R M Kriete »

Maybe St. Innocent at their new facility?

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#3 Post by Mattstolz »

Hiyu does dinners at their winery with food all grown on the farm. Big Table used to do the same, but I’m not sure if they still do/are right now from COVID. Both are high on my list of want to dos

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Mattstolz wrote: April 8th, 2021, 6:37 am Hiyu does dinners at their winery with food all grown on the farm. Big Table used to do the same, but I’m not sure if they still do/are right now from COVID. Both are high on my list of want to dos
Think the OP is asking after a private dinner, not a list of wineries that have dinner series that are attendable.

Brooks? Antics Terra? Gran Moraine? Only a handful have on staff chefs.
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Antica Terra was the first that popped into my head, pretty sure they can accommodate

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#6 Post by Bryan Laing »

This is Bryan with Hazelfern in Newberg, OR, and high end intimate winemaker/chef pairing dinners is one of my favorite things to do here at the winery. You can see pics of our space and past dinners on Instagram (@hazelferncellars) or on our website (hazelfern.com)

Heads up: Current Covid-19 regulations here in the WV only allow for groups up to 8 people at one table (Newberg, Dundee, and McMinnville are all in Yamhill County which is currently considered “low risk” allowing for groups up to 8). Groups larger than 8 would need to be split into two tables that are 6 feet apart.

Hope that helps!

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#7 Post by dougwilder »

I'd think that a number of smaller WV producers would be interested in doing this. I won't volunteer any names so as not to put them on the spot. A private chef is pretty easy to put together and maybe even do it at a winemaker's home. I've put together a number of chef-prepared dinners with winemakers in private homes and they are a lot more intimate than at a winery.
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#8 Post by Fred Bower »

7 posts in and no discussion of helicopter parking accommodations?

Friday fun :)

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Fred Bower wrote: April 9th, 2021, 7:59 am 7 posts in and no discussion of helicopter parking accommodations?

Friday fun :)

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While we are mostly not in the private dinner business we do have a spot where a helicopter could land.
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#10 Post by Robert Ferguson »

I'll bet Domaine Serene would do it. They offer their "Club House" for private events.

And you can definitely land a helicopter.

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the chef from Soter is currently on Top Chef and she is 3/4 is winning the challenges thus far.

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#12 Post by JBrochu »

Robert Ferguson wrote: April 9th, 2021, 9:13 am I'll bet Domaine Serene would do it. They offer their "Club House" for private events.

And you can definitely land a helicopter.
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