Guests and Wine Club Members Enjoy Fairsing Vineyard
News & Events 2017-06-17T19:28:22+00:00

Upcoming Events

Extended Hours with Fairsing Vineyard

When: Friday, June 30 5-8 pm

Kick off your Independence Day Weekend and join us for Extended Hours Friday, June 30th 5-8 pm.

Pack a picnic, enjoy a glass or bottle of Fairsing Vineyard wine and watch nightfall descend across the Northern Willamette Valley.

The fireplace will be ready for roasting marshmallows as we provide ingredients for gourmet s’mores. Reservations required. Wine Club members complimentary. 

Drink Pink Rose Festival

When: Saturday, July 15   Noon to 5 pm

Where: Patton Valley Vineyard  Gaston, Oregon

Join the finest Willamette Valley wineries for a festival honoring the quintessential summer wine: Rosé.

Patton Valley Vineyard (Gaston, OR) hosts the 6th annual festival featuring live music and incredible edibles from Portland’s Crown Paella and Carlo Lamanga of Clyde Common.

A perfect opportunity to enjoy 28 profoundly particular, passionate producers of the potable pink that is Rosé. Noon to 5 pm.

Purchase tickets via www.pattonvalley.com.

Join Fairsing Vineyard at IPNC in McMinnville, Oregon

Date: July 28 through 30, 2017

Where: Linfield College – McMinnville, OR

Tickets: via www.IPNC.org

The IPNC is a three-day event, famous around the globe, as a mecca for lovers of Pinot noir and northwest cuisine. During the weekend, world-renowned winemakers, northwest chefs, esteemed media, epicures, and wine lovers will gather in McMinnville, Oregon, for three days of exploring Pinot noir, savoring unforgettable meals, and learning and celebrating with luminaries of the food and wine world.

Along with the speakers and chefs, it is the relaxing and festive atmosphere that sets the IPNC apart from all other wine events. Whether tasting Grand Cru Burgundy or walking through Oregon vineyards with the grower who planted them, guests find themselves unwinding in picturesque Oregon wine country for what wine legend Jancis Robinson described as “one of the most enjoyable wine weekends in the world”.

Post Eclipse Party

When: Monday, August 21, 2017   11:30 am – 1 pm

Although outside the path of totality, Fairsing Vineyard is in perfect alignment for a delicious brunch following your eclipse experience.

Join us for brunch prepared by Chef Rebecca Clark and a flight of estate wines between 11:30 am and 1 pm. Contact the tasting room 503.560.8266 to reserve you seat ($50 per).

Experts agree, the Willamette Valley is an exceptional choice to witness over two minutes of totality as the moon’s shadow races 2,900 miles per hour along an 87 mile path across Oregon.  Don’t miss this opportunity to experience the first total solar eclipse touching the continental United States since 1979.

Reservations required.

Dinner in the Field with Chef Pascal Chureau

When: Saturday, October 21, 2017  5:30 – 9 pm

Where: Fairsing Vineyard

Tickets: $85 per guest (all inclusive) via EventBrite

Fairsing Vineyard in excited to host Field & Vine and Chef Pascal Chureau for a six-seven course feast featuring Briar Rose Creamery and Santos Family Farm.

Upon arrival at Fairsing Vineyard, nestled between Gaston and Yamill, guests will be greeted with a glass of wine and invited to stroll the grounds. Fairsing Vineyard’s newly completed tasting room honors the owner’s Celtic heritage while incorporating sustainability and style. The building is board-formed concrete with a curved glulam beam ceiling. Overall the design is reminiscent of ancient structures found in the Irish countryside. Guests are encouraged stroll Fairsing Vineyard’s remarkable labyrinth, sip the estate grown wine and enjoy their panoramic views.

For dinner, participants will be seated among friends and family alongside the farmers and winemakers. The farm-style community tables set the stage for a six-seven course feast featuring locally sourced fare . Each menu is seasonally crafted to highlight the freshest ingredients Oregon has to offer. From the dinner to wines, and everything in between, this event is the definition of farm to table.
Field & Vine is thrilled to host Chef Pascal Chureau with an expertly prepared six-seven course meal, with the help of Briar Rose Creamery and Santos Family Farm in this bucolic setting.

Tickets $85 per guest and includes 6-7 course dinner, wine/beer, tax and gratuity.