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WINEMAKER DINNER SERIES 2019: Doug Tunnell, Brickhouse Wines

After a storied career traveling the world for CBS as a foreign correspondent, Doug returned to his hometown of Newberg to make wine. A dilapidated hazelnut farm on Ribbon Ridge became one of the most darling wineries in the Willamette Valley. It was one of the first wineries to be certified as organic and then biodynamic, and anyone who’s visited the property knows the magic of the herb gardens, the horse barn-turned-winery, and the namesake brick farmhouse. Doug is even more delightful than his wines (which is hard to accomplish), and we can’t wait to share both with you.

Tickets $125 + 20% Service Charge, link below


rose scented gold rice, sea urchin, toasted pistachio, meiwa kumquat

2015 Brick House 'Cascadia' Chardonnay

2012 Brick House 'Cascadia' Chardonnay

2010 Brick House 'Cascadia' Chardonnay

brassicas, smoky sheep's milk feta, piquillo pepper, olives, mint

2017 Brick House 'Casserole' Passe-tout-grain

2017 Brick House Gamay Noir

2015 Brick House 'Due East' Gamay Noir

pacific king salmon, butter braised cabbage, farro, bacon brodo

2016 Brick House 'Les Dijonnais' Pinot Noir    

2010 Brick House 'Les Dijonnais' Pinot Noir

warm benne seed butter cookie, huckleberry sherbet, sea salt

2015 Brick House 'Evelyn’s' Pinot Noir

Earlier Event: February 14
Valentines Day Dinner
Later Event: April 4
Arden Turns One!