Eyrie Wine Maker Dinner presented by Vintage Trade


Pioneering, Visionaries

In 1965 EYRIE founder DAVID LETT was convinced that the climate of the Willamette Valley was potentially perfect for growing Pinot noir and he set to work looking for the ideal site.  One year later after much searching, David & his new bride Diana found 20 acres of gentle South facing slope at the south end of the Dundee Hills which was home to a nest (eyrie) of Red Tail Hawks   They then got to work pulling the old trees of the derelict orchard and preparing the ground for their new vines and named the site Eyrie Vineyards.

Being credited with many firsts of Willamette Valley’s wine movement (first planted vineyards, placing in the top 10 of 1979 French wine Olympiad, organic certification) the Lett family, now 2nd generation, have continued the vision of producing traditional, high quality wines that speak of the place they come from.

“Our wines are as intimately connected to the vines they come from as possible” Jason Lett

Please join us for an evening with Amy McCandlish Esper - Assistant Wine Maker at Eyrie.

  • warm rabbit salad
  • mushroom gnocchi
  • mustard & raspberry confit lamb
  • berry shortcake

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