Sunfish Cellars Red & Whites of Burgundy & Oregon!

Red and Whites of Burgundy, Reds and Whites of Oregon


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When: Saturday, February 15th from 1:00pm to 4:00pm

$25 per person with the $25 refunded on any purchase of $100 or more

It is often said that Burgundy is the role model for the red and white wines of Oregon, especially for Pinot Noirs from the Willamette Valley. However, is it really true, or is Oregon Pinot Noir something entirely different?

Here’s a chance to decide for yourself, as we will have over 75 wines from these two regions open for you to taste!

Some of the wineries which will be represented (but not all), from Oregon:

  • Airlie Vineyards
  • Anne Amie Vineyards
  • Elk Cove
  • Andrew Rich
  • Leah Jorgenson
  • Cooper Mountain
  • King Estate
  • Penner Ash
  • Lavinea Wines
  • Walnut City Wineworks
  • Kin & Cascadia
  • Whoa Nelly Wines
  • Siduri
  • Gran Moraine

Some of the wineries which will be represented (but not all), from Burgundy:

  • David Duband
  • Chateau de Beauregard
  • Joseph Burrier
  • Michel Magnien
  • Tollot Beaut
  • Pierre Gelin
  • Xavier Monot
  • Domaine Laroche
  • Guilhem & Jean-Hugues Goisot
  • Prosper Maufoux
  • Joseph Drouhin
  • Maison Chanson
  • Girardin
  • Domaine Barraud
  • Bouchard Pere et Fils
  • Domaine Devaux

8 thoughts on “Sunfish Cellars Red & Whites of Burgundy & Oregon!”

  1. Wow this event looks great. I just saw an event at north loop that only featured six wines for $65. I had to pass on that one.

    1. Dennis yes I saw that event and you could have just pitched in with 4 people and covered the cost of the wines and that is if they were not on sale.

      $25 you will get your money worth in 15 minutes

  2. Get your tickets for this event as it is going to be cold but the wines will be awesome!

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