FIND YOUR OREGON WINE TRAIL-- Wednesday, March 4th in San Francisco @ Terra Gallery

We’re hitting the trail with 50+ Oregon wineries and our friends at Olympia Provisions, the Oregon Cheese Guild, Som Cordials and more for a grand happening of Oregonian wine, food and personality. No white tablecloths. No orange cheese cubes. Instead, a generous pour of Oregon’s fine wine and pioneering spirit.

You see, Oregon is a state, and a damn fine one. But Oregonian is a state of mind. You’ve got to experience it to truly get it. So join winemakers and owners representing Oregon’s broad geographic and varietal diversity for an evening evocative of Oregon wine country in San Francisco. From legacy Pinot Noir to unexpected whites and surprises in between, we invite you to grab a glass and find your Oregon wine trail.

Wednesday, March 4
TERRA Gallery | San Francisco

Master Class: 12:30 - 2:00 pm
Walk-Around Tasting: 1:30 - 4:30 pm


You know Oregon Pinot Noir well – you likely have several on your list or shelf – but this March, three Masters invite you to dive deeper.

The Willamette Valley has seven nested AVAs defined by unique soils, shifting climate influences and subtle suggestions of cultural philosophies, which all come together to produce distinct wines of place. Join Evan Goldstein, MS, as he moderates a panel of Pacific Northwest-based Masters, Bree Stock, MW, and Chris Tanghe, MS, for a multi-faceted discussion of the Willamette Valley. Taste the Willamette Valley’s distinctive AVAs through the lens of Pinot Noir and explore an emerging Chardonnay movement that has captured the attention of critics around the country. 

Attend Mastering Willamette Valley Wines to gain a stronger understanding of:

  • Pinot Noir and Chardonnay expressions found throughout the region
  • The diverse geology and climate of Oregon and how it defines the Willamette Valley
  • The Willamette Valley’s strong selling points in the competitive San Francisco wine market

Space is limited so reserve your place today.