Thursday, March 26, 2020

6:00pm Reception
6:30pm Dinner
Price and menu to be determined

Michael Hughes

Michael Hughes

In 1978 Dr. Robert Gross and his wife Corrine planted Pinot Noir and Chardonnay on the slopes of Cooper Mountain, west of Portland. They were attracted to the ideal of getting back to the land and raising their three kids where Corinne grew up, so they settled in the Willamette Valley to do just that.

In 1987, the family converted an old horse barn on the property to start their own label, becoming early adopters to organic and biodynamic farming practices in Oregon winemaking by the early 1990’s. Now, 40 years later, the family has expanded to four vineyards on 125 acres.

We’re excited to welcome Michael Hughes, Cooper Mountain’s National Sales Manager for a peek into one of Oregon’s oldest and most revered wineries.

This dinner has limited seating and will sell out quickly. Email Marc to reserve your seat today.

Price and menu to be determined

Thursday, March 26
6:00pm Reception
6:30pm Dinner

We will be unable to make substitutions on menu items.
Thank you for your understanding.