The evening begins with a drive through the beautiful country-sides of Oregon, past charming farms and endless countryside views. Upon arriving at Fairsing Vineyard, nestled between Gaston and Yamhill, you’ll be greeted with a glass of wine and invited to stroll the grounds. The newly completed tasting room honors the owner’s Celtic heritage while incorporating sustainability and style. The building is board-formed concrete with a curved glulam beam ceiling. Overall the design is reminiscent of ancient structures found in the Irish countryside. Walk our remarkable labyrinth, sip the wine and enjoy the view. Then, you will be seated among friends and family alongside the farmers and winemakers. The farm-style community tables set the stage for 6-7 course feast featuring a locally crafted menu. Each menu is seasonally created to highlight the freshest ingredients that Oregon has to offer. From the dinner to wines, and everything in between, this event is the definition of farm to table.
Field & Vine is thrilled to host Chef Pascal Chureau with an expertly prepared six-seven course wine dinner, and we’re proud to be partnering with Santos Family Farm and Briar Rose Creamery at this local treasure. Santos Family Farm is located on 80 acres in the rolling hills of Yamhill, at the northern end of the Willamette Valley, growing vegetables, flowers, herbs and livestock and providing CSA shares in produce, chickens, and eggs. Briar Rose Creamery is a small, local, artisan cheesemaker that creates rich, delicate cheese by hand using only sweet, fresh goat milk. Bringing all these people together with such passion about what they do is sure to not only delight you but inspire you as well.
$85/guest includes 6-7 course dinner, wine/beer, tax and gratuity.