Just Released: 2009 Estate Pinot Gris! We are thrilled to be offering our new Aspen Block 2009 Pinot Gris. A lot of attention mixed in with some wonderful soil and a lot of love produced our latest estate wine. Be part of the celebration!
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April Inn Getaway Special Rent any room and receive a bottle of Youngberg Hill 2009 Pinot Gris for every nights stay. This special is valid with any new reservation until 4/30/10. Please identify this special when placing the reservation. If entering an online reservation place ‘Inn Getaway Special’ in the note section.
April 12 & 13th – Atlanta Here We Come! We are back in Atlanta for customer and trade tastings on April 12 & 13th. For details on where and when visit our calendar of events page. We are looking forward to seeing all our friends again!
April 23rd – Astoria Wine Festival Please join Youngberg Hill at the Astoria Warrenton Crab, Seafood & Festival will celebrate its 28th anniversary in 2010. The Festival is on April, the 23-25th in 2010. Enjoy a great spread of northwest cuisine, myriad arts and crafts, a selection of Oregon and Washington’s finest wineries, the beer garden and more. Looking forward to seeing you there! For more information go to http://www.oldoregon.com/events/entry/astoria-warrenton-crab-seafood-wine-festival/
April 26th – Taste of the Nation Portland with Youngberg Hill Come visit Youngberg Hill @ Share Our Strength’s Taste of the Nation® the nation’s premier culinary benefit, featuring top chefs and mixologists — all of whom are coming together to donate their time, talent and passion to end childhood hunger in America. For more information go to http://strength.org/portland/
Upcoming Dates: 5/8 & 10 Kansas City Winemaker Dinners 5/23-25 Memorial Weekend Open House 6/30 Wine Tasting @ Vintage Plaza in Portland 7/10 Uncorked, Oregon Wine & Art Auction 7/17 Discover McMinnville AVA 7/24 Wine & Yoga @ Youngberg Hill 8/14 Linfield Chamber Benefit @ Youngberg Hill 8/15 Wine & Yoga @ Youngberg Hill
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