She Married Into Wine
June June June and a time for celebration as it looks like we will be able to open the Tasting Room on
Friday, June 5th! YAY. Fireworks are in order!
There are some rules and regs we have to follow to make this happen, including the requirement to wear a mask…and we’re happy to do so. Please call for a reservation as we can only have 25 people here at a time. We’ll do one-hour reservations beginning at noon Friday-Sunday, each weekend. PLEASE CALL 503-992-1196 FOR RESERVATIONS. We’re excited to see whoever shows up! Haven’t quite figured out music yet, but we’re working on it.
We’ll be serving all of the tastes at one time, which is kind of fun because you can experience the vineyard at the same time. We won’t be using our fancy glassware, rather the logo cups but they are compostable. Small sacrifice for the ability to sit outside and just be in beauty. Oh, yes, outside seating only.
Please stay safe and help us follow the rules.
Yay wine tasting!
Holly and Jim
We now ship to Colorado, Florida, Idaho, Illinois, Missouri, Nevada, North Carolina, New York, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Texas, Washington State, Washington DC. Other locations may be possible; ask us.
Holly and Jim
We got married in 2006 under a beautiful teahouse that Jim built for us. We've known each other for over 40 years … Holly was a not very good secretary to Jim way back in New York in the television production business. Jim was known as "The Myth" for all he was able to accomplish. He ran a scrappy new company that was involved in such notables as
Sesame Street and The Electric Company, many of the Central Park Concerts – from Barbra Streisand to George Shearing. Jim was even business manager for KISS! Holly spent her life raising money for good works and writing.
In 2006, after a lot of life had intervened (ask us, we'll tell you), a mutual friend threw his Cupid's darts and urged us to have lunch. We were both living in the Pacific Northwest by then, although 200 miles apart; Holly - a city girl, Jim - a farm boy. Holly drove down to Oregon, had a lovely lunch, drove home and told Jim he was terrific but geographically undesirable.
Jim was persistent….and, suddenly, there we were standing in a beautiful spot in the Willamette Valley getting married! It really is romantic owning a vineyard! Now we are a wedding destination.