Nov 23, 2018 - Nov 25, 2018
Join us Thanksgiving Weekend to relax with a great wine tasting! We'll be open Friday, Saturday, and ... Read More >>
Thanksgiving Weekend Open House
Join us Thanksgiving Weekend to relax with a great wine tasting! We'll be open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday, from 11:00am - 5:00pm each day. Complimentary tasting for wine club members and up to six guests; $20 tasting fee for other guests will be waived upon $100 purchase or enrollment in our wine club. We look forward to seeing you!
ArborBrook Vineyards 17770 17770 NE Calkins Lane, Newberg, OR 97132
Dec 08, 2018 -
Date ~ Saturday, December 8th 2018Time ~ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pmLocation ~ Cuvee Restaurant 214 ... Read More >>
Winemaker's Dinner at Cuvee Restaurant - SOLD OUT
Date ~ Saturday, December 8th 2018Time ~ 6:00 pm - 9:00 pmLocation ~ Cuvee Restaurant 214 Main Street, Carlton, OR 97111 We’ll be enjoying 5 unique courses prepared by Chef Gilbert that will be paired with a selection of our award winning wines. Amuse Bouche Lightly cured and smoked salmon with créme fraiche and toast Carrot ginger soup Duck ...
Jan 12, 2019 -
Join us to sample wines included in this shipment! Please RSVP to Angelina by January 4, 2019. ... Read More >>
Wine Club Pick Up Party
Join us to sample wines included in this shipment! Please RSVP to Angelina by January 4, 2019. As this is a club-member event, please limit guests to two.
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Bloom has Arrived (Finally!)
We had five days of gorgeous sunny weather, warm enough to motivate the plants to actually BLOOM! Bloom indicates that we are approximately 100 days from harvest. Naturally, this being Oregon, we are now experiencing light rain (drizzle). Hopefully, the sun will return soon!
So, when bloom occurred, I happened to come home as our vineyard manager, Daniel Fey, was getting ready to walk the vineyard. Daniel showed me how to identify the male and female parts of the clusters (the pistil and stamen). According to Daniel, the yellow blooms are the male and the green blooms are the female. Grapes are self-pollinating plants, so do not require pollination from bees.
Come back soon! More pictures and news will be shared!