2023 OREGON CHARDONNAY CELEBRATION

February 24 – 25, 2023

Join the 2023 Oregon Chardonnay Celebration as we take a global look at Chardonnay.

Friday, February 24 – Saturday, February 25

The Full Experience

Experience two days of Oregon Chardonnay!
Your package includes:

Friday at Domaine Serene Winery: a seated tasting and seminar straddling France and Oregon Chardonnays followed by an international tasting of Chardonnays and hors d’oeuvres

Saturday at The Allison Inn & Spa: the Grand Seminar, Chardonnay | Global Inspirations followed by the Grand Tasting featuring over 50 Chardonnays with light hors d’oeuvres

Saturday Night at Stoller Family Estate: cap off your two day experience with the Oregon Dungeness Crab Feast

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Friday, February 24
Domaine Serene Winery

The Côte to Coast Chardonnay Soirée

6:30 – 7:30 p.m. | Seated Seminar with Winemaking Luminaries
7:30 – 9:30 p.m. | Walkaround Tasting

Seated Tasting
Travel from Oregon’s Dundee Hills to Santenay and Meursault as you explore Domaine Serene’s Chardonnay portfolio with winemakers Michael Fay and Rachel Zasadni. At this seated tasting, you’ll learn about Domaine Serene’s terroirs in both Oregon and France as the winemakers lead you through wines from Domaine Serene, Château de la Crée, and Maison Evenstad.

Walkaround Tasting
Gather with fellow Chardonnay enthusiasts in the elegant Clubhouse at Domaine Serene. Your evening begins with a welcome glass of Domaine Serene Blanc de Blancs. From there, you’ll sample exquisite Chardonnays from an international roster of more than a dozen producers including Champagne and Burgundy. An array of delicious hors d’oeuvres artfully crafted by Hunt & Gather Catering add to the evening’s pleasure.

Saturday, February 25
Allison Inn & Spa

Oregon Chardonnay | Global Inspirations

1:00 – 2:30 p.m. – Grand Seminar

Meet four esteemed Oregon winemakers and learn about their winemaking journeys in other regions and what those experiences have contributed to the Chardonnay they produce in Oregon. Each winemaker will pour two wines; one from Oregon and one from the region that has inspired their winemaking.

The Grand Tasting

3:00 – 5:30 p.m.

The Grand Tasting showcases Oregon Chardonnay in all its glory with over 50 producers pouring their wines. The Allison Inn & Spa’s culinary team prepares light Chardonnay-friendly hors d’oeuvres to enjoy alongside the wines.

Saturday, February 25
Stoller Family Estate

Oregon Dungeness Crab Feast

6:30 – 9:00 p.m.

This festive feast is centered around two of Oregon’s finest products. The evening begins with sparkling wines, freshly shucked oysters, and hors d’oeuvres. Be seated for a family-style feast starring Oregon Dungeness crab partnered with Chardonnay from event-host Stoller Family Estate and exclusive guest wineries.

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MAKE IT A WEEKEND
Stay at The Allison Inn & Spa

Enjoy special pricing at the luxurious Allison Inn & Spa for $315+ tax per night.
All reservations must be made individually through The Allison’s Reservation Department by calling 503-554-2525 or toll free at 877-294-2525. Reservations must be made by Thursday, January 27, 2022 to qualify.

ABOUT THE OREGON CHARDONNAY CELEBRATION 

The Celebration educates both industry members and consumers about the varietal in a non-competitive environment. The event begins with a seated topical seminar and tasting followed by the Grand Tasting, a walkaround sampling of over 50 Oregon producers, one of the region’s largest varietal-specific tastings. Attendees have a choice of participating in both the seminar and Grand Tasting or the Grand Tasting only.

Formerly known as The Oregon Chardonnay Symposium, the Oregon Chardonnay Celebration delves deep into what makes Oregon Chardonnay unique, each year focusing on different aspects of the varietal and its place in the state. Bringing together pioneers and the current generation of Oregon producers, the Oregon Chardonnay Celebration provides a lens through which we can view the past, present, and future of Oregon Chardonnay.