Both wine bottles and giraffes can be recognized by their long necks and attractive labels describing their country of origin. Learn to discern the difference between a merlot and a quadruped with this Groupon.
Choose Between Two Options
$28 for a wine tasting for two (a $56 total value)
- Two tasting flights (a $20 value)
- One bottle of Woven White (a $16 value)
- One bottle of Pinot-Licious (a $20 value)<p>
$58 for a wine tasting for four (a $112 total value) * Four tasting flights (a $40 value) * Two bottles of Woven White (a $32 value) * Two bottles of Pinot-Licious (a $40 value)<p>
Within the laid-back tasting room in Dayton, wine aficionados pour sippable samples of wine for guests in two themed flights. The mixed varietals flight journeys through the winery’s signature white and red fermentations. The single vineyard designate flight explores the different properties found in pinot noirs grown across Oregon’s diverse and fertile soils, such as the earthy notes of the Bishop Creek variety or the strong nose of the Pinotcchio variety. At the end of the visit, guests collect bottles of wine to bring home, divvying up the pinot-gris-chardonnay blend of the Woven White or the cheekily named Pinot-Liscious. The proprietors hold tastings Tuesday–Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. <p>
Hours are adjusted depending on season, so customers should check the website before making a trip.<p>
Eight vineyards coax fermentation from grapes under the Seufert Winery umbrella, including the certified organic and sustainable Bishop Creek Vineyard, which grows blended pinot noirs in its rich, volcanic soil. A short jaunt up into the Chehalem Mountains reveals the sun-drenched vistas of Hawk’s View Vineyard, where the thin, crisp air and colder soil imbue grapes with floral and berry flavors and the temper of a mountain goat. From their octet of properties, the discerning palates at Seufert Winery’s urban-inspired warehouse collect the best vintages for guests to sample at tastings.
All 12 of the current-release wines—save a single vintage of dolcetto in its final year of production—derive their flavor and essence from the pinot grapes that thrive on the West Coast. The diverse soils of the region imbue distinct idiosyncrasies into the fruit’s ultimate flavor, which can help samplers understand the regional personalities of wines, such as the sweeter profile of those produced in colder climates and the frequent counseling required by those grown in Hollywood.