Ana from 365DaysToANewMe.com called me to tell me about Amity Vineyard’s event this weekend but wanted to make sure I waited until she had made her reservation. With that out of the way here is the fantastic deal they have.
Amity Vineyards will be hosting a 4th of July party. No need to bring anything other than yourselves and maybe a lawn chair or blanket for relaxing and taking in the summer sun on the grassy knoll in front of our mobile chateau. The winery and its staff will provide all of the food—pulled pork and beef brisket as well as some yummy sides and desserts—and drinks you desire. Josh Clauson will provide the entertainment. See you on the 4th!
Without trying to sound like an infomercial, how much do you think this costs? $50? $35? $20? Nope. Just $5 and no catches that I can find. Oh, and if you are a wine club member it’s free. Hours are short, 12:30pm – 3:30pm, but you are still left with time to get to wherever you want to watch the fireworks.
And just in case you aren’t familiar with Amity Vineyards:
Since the early days Amity has won many national and international awards. Although, best known for their Pinot noir, they have won awards for Riesling, Pinot blanc, Gewurztraminer, Chardonnay, and Gamay noir. Acclaim has also come from wine critics and writers such as Roy Andries DeGroot, Harvey Steinman, Anthony Dias Blue, Coleman Andrews, Robert Parker & Terry Robbards.
Their tradition of excellence continues. Amity Vineyards’ Pinot noirs have taken back to back Gold Medals in the Oregon State Fair and the McMinnville Wine and Food Classic, two of Oregon’s premier wine competitions. In a recent tasting of over 140 Oregon Pinot noirs held by the Wine Press Northwest, Amity Vineyards outperformed all other Oregon wineries with three wines rated “Outstanding” and one rated “Excellent”. At the 2002 Northwest Wine Summit, Amity Vineyards received the “Award of Excellence”, bringing home five medals in four different categories.
18150 Amity Vineyards Road
Amity, OR 97101
(503) 835-2362 ext 1