Archive for July, 2010

Busy time for Youngberg Hill

July 10th, 2010 by Nicolette Bailey

July 9th, 2010
Youngberg Hill
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We are officially welcoming Jess Davis to Youngberg Hill’s family as our assistant winemaker, & sales and hospitality manager.  We are thrilled to have him with us full time after his 33 years in government service to our community.
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We are in Bloom!

The warm weather has finally arrived and the vines are growing over an inch a day!  You can actually hear them growing and popping as it is so quiet on our hill.  Come listen for yourself.

July 12th – Davis Street Winemaker Dinner
Davis Street Tavern Winemaker Dinner
6:30pm to 9:30pm
500 Northwest Davis Street, Portland, OR http://www.davisstreettavern.com/
Please join Youngberg Hill at Davis Street Tavern for a 5 course Winemaker Dinner. The Menu details can be found on their website.  $48/person includes gratuity.  Advanced reservations please.


July 15th Twitter Tasting

Global Twitter tasting for Pinot Noir.  Come join us at Youngberg Hill to be part of the fist Global Twitter Tasting of Pinot Noir.  Free tasting from 5-6PM @ Youngberg Hill Vineyards and Inn for Pinot sipping twitters.  Come support Oregon Pinot Noir in the first tweet off.


July 21st Ruth’s Chris Steak House

Join us on Wednesday July 21st at 7:30 for a 5 course of perfect pairings.  For more information call 503.221.4518.

July 24th Wine & Yoga
Mamastay Yoga by Erin Bowman on the lawn @ Youngberg Hill.  Saturday, July 24th 11:30-1:00.
Immerse yourself in the moment, let the panoramic view that Youngberg Hill can only provide bring us all into balance.  For more details visit our calendar of events page.   We are looking forward to seeing you there!
Visit our calendar of events page for more details.

Upcoming Dates:
7/10        Uncorked, Oregon Wine & Art Auction
8/10        New Youngberg Hill Wine Club Membership
8/12        Linfield Chamber Benefit @ Youngberg Hill
8/14        Discover McMinnville AVA
8/14        Best of Oregon Food & Wine Festival
8/15        Wine & Yoga @ Youngberg Hill

Hot but not bothered in the Willamette Valley

July 7th, 2010 by Nicolette Bailey

Even if it’s hot out we don’t stop working in the vineyard in the Willamette Valley.  Aspen is replanting and taking good care of her new pinot gris vine that is from Dave and Robin @ Carlton Callers.  Jess supervised and did most of the digging.

Growing Grapes in Willamette Valley

July 6th, 2010 by Nicolette Bailey

Grapes are growing like crazy here in the Willamette Valley on Youngberg Hill Vineyard. The vines have so much pent up energy, with this warmer weather they are growing faster than we can move the wires to hold them in place to get a nice even canopy (the green 7 foot high wall of shoots).

The views on the Hill are as good as it gets and today Mood and Jefferson are at their brightest. Not a cloud in the sky and the humidity is down. The cool ocean breeze is blowing in from the coast. Did I mention heaven?

Celebrate!

July 5th, 2010 by Nicolette Bailey

Hope everyone is enjoying the extra day off. Cheers!

Congratulations, Jess!

July 4th, 2010 by Nicolette Bailey

We want to officially welcome Jess to our Youngberg Hill family.  Jess has been with us for years and many of you know him already.  He has just retired from his day job after 33 years of service. We are thrilled to have Jess onboard to help us achieve our goals.  Jess will be Youngberg Hill’s assistant winemaker as well as wine sales & hospitality.. (You can fill in the rest.)

4th of July in the Willamette Valley

July 2nd, 2010 by Nicolette Bailey

The sun is out, the temperatures are rising and we are all set for a great Independence Day in the Willamette Valley.

The vines are growing smartly and we are spending a lot of time positioning the shoots for a well managed canopy. Fruit set should begin any time we start to get warmer temperatures.

We have two weddings this weekend and then it will be time to set back and watch the fireworks from 19 venues across the valley that we can see from Youngberg Hill.

Cheers!