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15th Annual Celebration of Syrah
April 8 @ 5:30 pm - April 9 @ 7:00 pm$45
TROUTDALE, Ore. – On Friday and Saturday, April 8-9, McMenamins Edgefield Winery will stage its 15th annual Celebration of Syrah, a two-day revelry of wine, food and fun. The 74-acre Edgefield property will play host to winemakers from the Pacific Northwest and beyond who will showcase their best Syrahs throughout the weekend.
Syrahs are bold inky-colored reds, made from a grape originated in France’s Rhône Valley. Celebration of Syrah events range from $45 for the Grand Tasting to $105 for the Viognier Reception & Gourmet Syrah Dinner. There is something for everyone.
Why not stay the night or the whole weekend at Edgefield? A special overnight package at Edgefield is available ranging in price from $225-$350 per couple that includes lodging in a cozy guestroom, passes to the Syrah events, and breakfast the following morning at the Black Rabbit Restaurant. Reservations can be made by calling the hotel directly at 503-669-8610 or via email.
While you’re with us at Edgefield, take time to enjoy our onsite Ruby’s Spa and outdoor soaking pool, the movie theater, small bars, pool hall, two par-3 golf courses and more. It’s a wonderland, unlike anything you’ll find elsewhere in the Pacific Northwest.