Solena Estate Presents “New World – Old World” Comparative Tasting Series

The Willamette Valley, Oregon’s largest AVA (American Vitaculture Area), stretches 150 miles from Portland, Oregon. to south of Salem and consists of six sub-appellations.  200 wineries and 10,000 acres of quality Oregon After a day exploring the Willamette Valley, return to the comfort of an Oregon Bed and Breakfastwine grapes.  The rich, diverse soil and relatively mild climate make for ideal grape growing conditions.  All this combined with warm summer days and cool nights allows the wine grapes to develop their flavor and complexity.

The inns of the Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild presents equally diverse options for Oregon Wine Country Lodging.  Over 20 unique bed and breakfasts in the Willamette Valley are scattered throughout the region and are located near many of the events scheduled this summer/fall at the wineries. 

Visit the Willamette Valley in Oregon and experience fine Oregon Wine Country Lodging at the member inns of the Oregon Bed and Breakfast Guild.  Salut!

Solena Estates in Oregon's Wine Country the Willamette ValleyAugust 14th, Old World : New World Series; Pinot Gris

Location: Yamhill winery, 17100 NE Woodland Loop Rd., Yamhill OR 97148 (503) 662-3700 and Carlton Tasting room, 213 S Pine St, Carlton OR 97111 (503) 852-0082 

Time: Noon to 5 pm
Cost: Free

"Join us at Soléna Estate as we kick off our “New World – Old World” comparative tasting series on August 14th! Each month, we’ll be hosting a fun and educational tasting room event comparing and contrasting the influence that origin has on wine. For this month’s event, we’re offering complementary tastings of Pinot Gris from both New World and Old World producers; a Pinot Grigio from Italy, a Tokay d’ Alsace from France and a Pinot Gris from the US – all in a side by side comparison with our own award winning Pinot Gris. 
We’ll also be offering four packs of Soléna Estate Pinot Gris at a 10% discount, either in the tasting room or on-line, August 14th only. Come join the fun as we explore the roots and differing styles of this summertime favorite!"