SPRING WINE CLUB GATHERING

 & BELTANE CELEBRATION 

Join us

SUNDAY, MAY 1

A spring Wine Club gathering featuring new release wines

2020 FAIRSING CHARDONNAY

2021 ROSÉ of PINOT NOIR

and new addition to our Matriarch Series

2019 McCARTHY CHARDONNAY

Enjoy hearty Pacific Northwest seafood cioppino by Alchemy NW Catering

Two sessions: 12:00 and 2:30 pm

Limit two (2) reservations per membership

Crimson Clover and Celtic Knot – Complimentary

Labyrinth Club – $20 per person

Invited Guests $40 per person  •  Limit two(2) per membership

Capacity for each session limited  •  A rain or shine event  •  RSVP by April 21 

RESERVATIONS – CLOSED

Join us

SUNDAY, MAY 1

A spring Wine Club gathering featuring new release wines

2020 FAIRSING CHARDONNAY

2021 ROSÉ of PINOT NOIR

and new addition to our Matriarch Series

2019 McCARTHY CHARDONNAY

Enjoy hearty Pacific Northwest seafood cioppino by Alchemy NW Catering

Two sessions: 12:00 and 2:30 pm

Limit two (2) reservations per membership

Crimson Clover and Celtic Knot – Complimentary

Labyrinth Club – $20 per person

Invited Guests $40 per person  •  Limit two(2) per membership

Capacity for each session limited  •  A rain or shine event  •  RSVP by April 21

RESERVATIONS – CLOSED
Crimson clover in bloom at Fairsing Vineyard surrounds a vibrant yellow flower

CELEBRATING BELTANE  

Beltane is a Gaelic festival observed on the first of May – the halfway point between the Spring Equinox and Summer Solstice.

Translated from Irish, Beltane is the equivalent of “bright fire” and signifies the casting off of winter’s darkness and the welcoming of summer’s light. 

To mark the return of fertility to the landscape, early Beltane observances included celebratory bonfires, walking the full perimeter of the land one worked, gathering bouquets of bright yellow blooms, and adorning livestock with floral swags.

Most recognizable of Beltane traditions is the maypole, a tall pole topped with colorful streaming ribbons. In celebration of the season’s fertility, celebrants dance and spin around the pole weaving the ribbon streamers.

In the spirit of Beltane, Fairsing welcomes longer days, warmer nights, and the return of another fruitful growing season.

We look forward to celebrating this cross-quarter festival, expressing our gratitude, and raising a glass to the brighter days ahead. Sláinte!

Crimson clover in bloom at Fairsing Vineyard surrounds a vibrant yellow flower

CELEBRATING BELTANE  

Beltane is a Gaelic festival observed on the first of May – the halfway point between the Spring Equinox and Summer Solstice.

Translated from Irish, Beltane is the equivalent of “bright fire” and signifies the casting off of winter’s darkness and welcoming the light of summer. 

To mark the return of fertility to the landscape, early Beltane observances included celebratory bonfires, walking the full perimeter of the land one worked, gathering bouquets of bright yellow blooms, and adorning livestock with floral swags.

Most recognizable of Beltane traditions is the maypole, a tall pole topped with colorful streaming ribbons. In celebration of the season’s fertility, celebrants dance and spin around the pole weaving the ribbon streamers.

In the spirit of Beltane, Fairsing welcomes longer days, warmer nights, and the return of another fruitful growing season.

We look forward to celebrating this cross-quarter festival, expressing our gratitude, and raising a glass to the brighter days ahead. Sláinte!

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