Located above the confluence of the Tualatin and Willamette Rivers, Pete’s Mountain has a near perfect Micro-climate for wine growing. Cool nights and warm days lead to beautifully terroir-driven wines. Planted in 1999, pinot noir and pinot gris vineyards overlook the Willamette Valley with stellar river and mountain views. Utilizing fruit from exceptional vineyard sites in Washington and Oregon, Winemakers Laurant Montalieu and Anne Sery, Pete’s Mountain vineyards crafts pinot noir, pinot gris, chardonnay, syrah, and cabernet.
The setting is stunning, the wines supreme, the dinner exceptional, and the result is in an evening sure to become a highlight of your summer experience. Relax into each of the six-seven courses expertly prepared by Field & Vine Event Chefs Pascal Chureau and Ian Ragsdale and discover why this place is a favorite hidden gem. For this exceptional dinner, we look forward to partnering with Goldin Artisan Creamery. Goldin was established in 2004, is located on the east side of the Willamette River in the Cascade foothills near Molalla, and is known for crafting distinctive small lot cheeses that are influenced by the soil and climate of the Pacific Northwest.
$90/guest includes 6-7 course dinner, wine/beer, tax and gratuity.