(Newport, Oregon) – Perhaps the single biggest festival on the Oregon coast is coming up fast, with the Newport Seafood & Wine Festival, happening February 25, 26, and 27, 2011 – adjacent to the Rogue Ales Warehouse, 2320 OSU Drive, just south of downtown Newport.
Rosé 32 food vendors, 24 crafters and 85 wineries will be found at this enormous festival. A large variety of craft items will be sold, from articles of clothing, jewelry, art glass, metal sculptures, works of art and hand-painted ceramics to handcrafted wine accessories.
Sauvignon Blanc Among the wineries are Oregon coast favorites like Nehalem Bay Winery and Flying Dutchman Winery, along with northwest big names like Amity, Abiqua, Hauer of the Dauen, Hip Chicks Do Wine, Oak Knoll Winery, Eola Hills Wine Cellars and Silver Falls Vineyards, among dozens of others.
Starting with vines planted by husband Chris and his father, Patty Bogle helped nurture the family business into the 14th-largest winery in the U.S.
Cabernet Shiraz Patty Bogle, who with her husband Chris built Bogle Vineyards from 18 acres of grapes in the Sacramento delta into a regional wine powerhouse, died Friday at her home in Clarksburg, Calif., of complications from leukemia . She was 59.
Rosé After marrying in 1973, Patty and Chris Bogle tended vineyards of Petite Sirah and Chenin Blanc grapes planted by Chris and his father, Warren Bogle Sr., in Clarksburg, 14 miles south of Sacramento in Yolo County.
Patty Bogle, matriarch of Bogle Vineyards in Clarksburg, south of Sacramento, passed away Friday due to complications of leukemia, her son Warren Bogle Jr. said Monday. She was 59.
Shipping Wine To India Patty Bogle and her late-husband Chris built Bogle Vineyards from 18 acres of grapes to a regional wine powerhouse that now ships more than 1 million cases of wine annually. Wine Business Monthly recently ranked Bogle as the country's 14th largest winery.
Cabernet Shiraz Patty Bogle was reared in suburban Portland, Ore., and moved to Clarksburg after marrying husband Chris in 1973. The couple tended vineyards of petite sirah and chenin blanc grapes that were planted by Chris Bogle and father-in-law Warren Bogle Sr.
Jose Luis Villegas Bogle family members, from left, Warren, Jody, Patty and Ryan, discuss the winery business around PattyÕs kitchen table, discussing crop issues and distribution. Warren talks about the DeltaÕs growing water challenges, then Patty gives her children some homework: Come to the next session with a five-year plan for the winery.
Grover Vineyards India 1850s A.J. Bogle, above, came west to California from Tennessee and worked the land in Clarksburg, growing vegetables.
Shipping Wine To India 1960s Warren Bogle Sr., right, is seen about 1964. In 1968, he and son Chris planted 18 acres of petite sirah and chenin blanc grapevines in Clarksburg.
Precept has taken over Canoe Ridge Vineyards in Walla Walla and Sagelands Vineyard in Wapato from Diageo Chateau & Estate Wines, based in London. The price was not disclosed. As part of the deal, Precept also will own Canoe Ridge's 153-acre vineyard in the Horse Heaven Hills. Precept already owns the nearby Alder Ridge Vineyard, and this acquisition will give Precept about 1,000 acres of grapes in the highly touted region.
Wines To India Sagelands was founded in 1984 as Staton Hills Winery and was purchased by Chalone Wine Group in 1999. Chalone, based in California, launched Canoe Ridge in 1994. Diageo purchased both brands in 2004 and shut down both wineries' tasting rooms last spring. Andrew Browne, who founded Precept in 2003, said the company intends to re-open Canoe Ridge's tasting room this spring. Plans to reopen Sagelands' tasting room are in the works, too.
Grover Vineyards India Bill Murray, winemaker for Precept-owned Sawtooth Winery in Idaho's Snake River Valley, will relocated to Walla Walla to take over winemaking for Canoe Ridge. He will continue to oversee winemaking at Sawtooth.
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