If you’re a wine lover attending Feast Portland, you’ll want to check out my Feast Portland Wines 2017! Know before you go!
Feast Portland 2017 is here!
The four-day food and beverage festival known as Feast Portland kicks off tomorrow, Thursday, September 14, and runs through Sunday, September 17, 2017.
In addition to feasting on a glorious amount of tantalizing dishes made by A-list chefs, Feast Portland attendees are also able to taste from a large number of breweries, distilleries, and wineries.
After looking at the winery line-up, I am super EXTRA excited for what’s in store! This year’s list of wineries include so many that I have had the pleasure of working with or sampling in the past, and I just know Feast Portland attendees will enjoy them, too.
Get your glass ready. Here are my picks for wines to watch at Feast this year!
Feast Portland Wines 2017
Grown in incredible terroir in eastern Washington, 14 Hands wines include big, fruit-forward reds and crisp, juicy whites. These are great wines to enjoy with dinner, with friends, and make great hostess gifts!
Find them at Feast Portland: at the Sandwich Invitational.
Adelsheim Vineyard Elizabeth’s Reserve Pinot Noir is one I seek out when I’m searching for quality wine to serve to someone who has never tried an Oregon Pinot Noir. Founded in 1971 and is one of Oregon’s few pioneering wineries that is still locally owned.
Browne Family Vineyards
Known primarily for Cabernet Sauvignon, a Bordeaux red blend and Chardonnay, Browne Family Vineyards has expanded to nine varieties sourced from the legacy vineyards of five distinctive viticultural areas within the Columbia Valley.
Find these wines at Feast Portland: at the Friday Grand Tasting
Cristom Vineyards began a quarter of a century ago as a collaboration between three men: an engineer, a biochemist, and a farmer. They craft elegant, dynamic wines, and I have a particular soft spot for their amazing Estate Pinot Noir.
Founded in 1984 and based in New Mexico, Gruet Winery specializes in Methode Champenoise sparkling wines. The brut rosé you see pictured above is absolutely lovely. Gruet produces Pinot Noir and Chardonnay-based sparkling wines and a small collection of still wines, with roots originating from Gilbert Gruet’s Champagne house in Bethon, France.