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Cellar 503 monthly tasting
August 21, 2016 @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm$10
PORTLAND, Ore. — The public is invited to taste Carrie Wynkoop’s selections for Cellar 503 at her monthly Sip 503 event.
Sip 503 is Wynkoop’s monthly wine tasting event, which is open to the public and also serves as a pick-up party for members of her Oregon wine club. Wynkoop launched Cellar 503 in 2014 and found a growing audience for the wines she selects from across Oregon. She has introduced members to wineries such as Bradley, Delfino, Girardet, Keeler, Kramer, Kriselle, Paul O’Brien, Rallison, Season Cellars, Seven of Hearts and WildAire.
In August, Wynkoop will introduce guests to four wineries from the Oregon side of the Columbia Gorge. She will pour a Cabernet Sauvignon from Mt. Hood Winery, a Zweigelt from Stoltz Winery, a Gewürtztraminer by Analemma Wines and an aromatic blend of Gewürtztraminer, Pinot Gris and Viognier from The Pines 1852 Vineyard & Winery.
The Sip 503 event is complimentary for Cellar 503 members, who may bring up to three guests. The tasting fee for a non-member is waived if they join the club.
Cellar 503 has a new home, inside a home built in the 1890s, which features a 1,000 square-foot-tasting room accompanied by 1,000-square-foot outdoor patio and a small covered, heated patio