Things to Do: Field and Vine Events’ Dinners in the Field

Disclaimer: I was invited to join one of the upcoming events as press , complimentary. No further compensation was made. The choice to post about the event was my own. All opinions are my own! Enjoy!

If you’ve followed my blog at all you might have noticed that I’m a big fan of wine, food, and Oregon. So, when Field and Vine Events contacted me about Dinners in the Field, I had to say YES immediately. And, I’m telling the absolute truth when I say… I can’t wait! I promise to share my experience after the event. But, I wanted to share a little about the Dinners in the Field events and the upcoming schedule so that you have the opportunity to sign up if you’re in the area and love food and wine as much as I do!

Dinners in the Field Oregon Events

About the Dinners in the Field: An Oregon Dinner in the Vineyards Event Series

The Dinners in the Field events are a kick off to the new venture in catering & events by chef-owner Pascal Chureau of Allium Bistro in West Linn dubbed Field & Vine Events. Field & Vine has partnered with Oregon Farm Loop for the dinners. Each diner will have the opportunity to either arrive at the field on their own OR ride the vintage school bus to the vineyard. (I totally opted to ride the school bus!) As guests stroll through the vineyard with glasses of wine in hand they will arrive upon community tables filled with candles in the middle of the vineyard! Then they are served a 6-course dinner made from native ingredients of the Northwest, and as often as possible, sourced straight from the host farm or surrounding farms.

Are you as excited as I am!?

Here are the upcoming Dinners in the Field Dates & Locations:

July 20, 2013 | 530p Iverson’s Farm ‘Wooden Shoe Tulip Farm,’ Woodburn
August 10, 2013 | 530p AlexEli Vineyard & Winery, Molalla
September 14, 2013 | 530p King’s Raven Winery, Oregon City
September 22, 2013 | 530p Morning Shade Farm, Canby

Cost: $75 per person, including six course, wine and gratuity (additional $5 for bus from Allium)
Advance Tickets Only by contacting Field & Vine Events: 971-258-8389 or

For more information check out the Molalla Farm Loop website or the Canby Farm Loop website.

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Jenni is a freelance writer and media assistant based in Portland, OR. A Well Crafted Party is a blog about all the little things to celebrate in life. Follow Jenni or A Well Crafted Party with BlogLovin, RSS feed, Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, or Pinterest.
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  1. Reply

    this seems like a fantastic occasion! i totally would have ridden the bus too.

    1. Jenni

      I’ll let you know how it goes! 🙂 I’m super excited!

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