All sales are final. Now Dundee, in the heart of the Willamette Valley, is the “epicenter of Oregon Pinot Noir.” Still family-owned, with the second generation taking the helm, Sokol Blosser farms 72 acres, crafting elegant, seductive estate wines with a sense of place. As 2014 comes to a close (p.s. Upcoming Maker Talk Info and More
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(Image credits: Andrew Forcier; Terlato Wines International ) To stay up to date, join our mailing list, here. Come and hang out with us on December 3rd for a panel discussion on what 2014 trends should never see the light of day again and what will be a breath of fresh air in 2015. About Sokol Blosser
In 1971, when Bill and Susan Sokol Blosser planted their first vines in the Dundee Hills, there was no Oregon wine industry. These designs are so ahead of the curve, the curve does not even exist! If you do not make it onto the final guest list, please feel free to come and be placed on the standby list. As an added bonus, we will have members of the 2015 graduating class of Pratt Institute exhibiting their senior furniture projects. About Maker TalksApartment Therapy Maker Talks are discussions and presentations with leading voices from the design and food communities. Come early, stay late, mingle with our fabulous presenters, and enjoy wine from Sokol Blosser. we cannot believe we’re saying that), we wanted to send the year off with a bang. Doors open 6:30pm, Event begins 7pmWhere: Subculture, 45 Bleecker Street (right by the 6, B, D, F and M trains)Attending: 170 total tickets available
RSVP170 tickets available.