There is no place in America that rivals the great wines of Burgundy more than Oregon—where French soil is Oregon soil. Willamette Valley is where the best American Pinot Noirs express that sense of place. Pinot Noir is delicate—a grape known to be fickle, sensitive and hard to manipulate and manage.
The Jory clay/loam soil of the Willamette Valley has put Oregon Pinot Noir on the map, along with David Adelsheim’s vineyard in the Chehalem Mountain region. His dedication to sustainable farming and Oregon’s unique soil and climate have enabled him to produce world class Pinot Noir. On Wednesday November 16th David Adelsheim will host a five-course Wine Dinner, offering a rare opportunity to meet this innovator and founder of the Oregon wine making industry.
Five-course dinner with wine pairings
6:30pm arrival, 7:00pm dinner
$70/person (plus tax and gratuity)
Please reserve in advance
Hosted by Capital VINE
November 16, 2016
Location: 2320 Showtime Dr., Capital Vine, MI
Time: 6:30 PM