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Winemaker Dinners Support Local Charities

Classic Wines Auction Expands Spring Winemaker Dinner Series with Additional Nights, Brunch and Local Celebrities


Proceeds benefit five local charities serving area children and families

PORTLAND, Ore (Jan. 24, 2018) – Classic Wines Auction, recognized as one of the top ten charity wine auctions in the country by Wine Spectator Magazine, announces its lineup for the annual Spring Winemaker Dinner Series, as well as a few exciting changes to the always-popular local epicurean event.

The Spring Winemaker Dinner Series will feature an expanded schedule in 2018 with dinners hosted on the following evenings: Feb. 20-22, 27-28 and March 1. In addition, Classic Wines Auction will host its first-ever Spring Winemaker Series Brunch on Sunday, Feb. 25 with The Nightwood Society featuring Division Winemaking Co.

Each Winemaker Dinner offers guests a one-of-a-kind, multi-course menu with curated wine pairings. Top chefs from restaurants including Dame, Kachka, Can Font, Noble Rot, Headwaters, St. Jack and Urban Farmer are paired with some of the region’s top winemakers including those from Brooks Wines, Crowley Wines, Col Solare, Ken Wright Cellars and Owen Roe to create an exceptional menu and pairings.

Pearl Tavern returns to host its dining event in partnership with Domaine Drouhin Oregon, featuring a very special guest. Joey Harrington, former University of Oregon and NFL quarterback and co-owner of Pearl Tavern, will join guests for an intimate 12-person dinner on Wednesday, Feb. 28.

While some of the dinners have already sold out, reservations remain for the events listed on the downloadable document below. Tickets can be purchased at WinemakerDinnersPDX.com or by calling 503.972.0194.

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