PORTLAND, Ore. (April 14, 2014) – On Saturday, April 26, Montinore Estate, Fire Mountain Brew House and Portland’s EaT: An Oyster Bar will be bringing a bit of Cajun flavors to the Willamette Valley in celebration of the release of Montinore’s 2013 whites wines.
The talented owners behind EaT and The Parish, Ethan Powell and Tobias Hogan, will be on-hand boiling up big batches of crawfish with the usual accompaniments, shucking fresh oysters and cooking a large pot of their homemade Jambalaya at Montinore’s 230-acre estate.
To help with the celebration, Montinore invited Carlton’s Fire Mountain Brew House to join the party. Fire Mountain will be bringing their Golden Blond and Stout to pair with the feast.
“This is our third year celebrating the release of our white wines with a crawfish boil,” says owner Rudy Marchesi. “This year we wanted to include the talents of our neighbors in Carlton, Fire Mountain Brew House. It doesn’t get much better than a crisp white wine or a cold craft brew and a crawfish boil!”
Although that is plenty to keep someone stuffed for days, there is always room for dessert. Served in the southern tradition there will be a mouthwatering bread pudding to finish the meal off, while the New Iberians Zydeco Blues band will serenade guests with their Cajun blues. Rain or shine, guests can belly up to the table with their fellow wine lovers and eat their hearts out.
The Montinore Estate team will be at the event, including the mastermind behind the new releases, white winemaker Stephen Webber. Tickets are $60 per person or $50 for wine club members.
When: Saturday, April 26, 2014 from 12:00 pm to 4:00 pm
Where: Montinore Estate, 3663 SW Dilley Road, Forest Grove, OR 97116
Cost: $60 for all you can eat fresh crawfish, tokens for oysters, Jambalaya and bread pudding, beer and wine pairings
For Tickets: www.montinore.com/Wines/Events or contact Eddie Zavestoski at 503-359-5012 x 106 or email@example.com
About Montinore Estate:
Montinore Estate is a family-owned and operated winery in the northern Willamette Valley that produces Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Riesling, Gewürztraminer and Müller-Thurgau. All 230 acres of grapes are farmed using the strict methods of Biodynamic and organic farming. For more information about Montinore Estate, visit their website at montinore.com.
About EaT: An Oyster Bar:
Founded in 2008 with the intention of bringing some New Orleans flavor to the North Portland, Ethan Powell and Tobias Hogan opened EaT: An Oyster Bar featuring farm-direct oysters and flavorful Cajun and Creole cuisine. The Parish, opened in 2012 in Portland’s Pearl District, presents traditional Cajun food alongside the more urban and European-inspired Creole cuisine and is named after the counties, or “parishes,” found in Louisiana. For more information about The Parish and EaT, visit their websites, www.theparishpdx.com and www.eatoysterbar.com.
About Fire Mountain Brew House:
Fire Mountain Brewery took its first breath of fire in September of 2009, and since then have been brewing one of the best ales in the Northwest. Using international and local grains and hops, they seek to bring quality with top ingredients. Combine that with clean coastal waters, and the old school way of brewing, Fire Mountain Brewery’s handcrafted ales are naturally best in quality and flavor. For more information about Fire Mountain Brewery, visit their website at www.firemountainbrewery.com.