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Deep Roots Coalition 10th Annual Wine Tasting

Deep Roots Coalition

Tuesday, June 11, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT)

Deep Roots Coalition 10th Annual Wine Tasting

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 Deep Roots Coalition

TEN YEAR ANNIVERSARY AND FUNDRAISER FOR THE OREGON ENVIRONMENTAL COUNCIL


Wine tasting


$50 per person

-$45 Advance Ticket Special Until 6/5-
June 11, 6 pm
8 pm
Ecotrust Building
721 NW 9th Ave #200, Portland, OR 97209


Why are wines from dry-farmed vineyards so unique?

Taste for yourself, the following drc wineries will be showcasing some of the finest wines from the Willamette Valley!


Deep Roots Coalition Wineries

Anderson Family Vineyard

Ayres Vineyard

Beaux Frères

Belle Pente Vineyard

Brick House Vineyard

Cameron Winery

Crowley Wines

Division Winemaking Company

Evesham Wood Winery

Eyrie Vineyards

Illahe Vineyards

J. Christopher Wines

J.K. Carriere Wines

Matello Wines

Patricia Green Cellars

Teutonic Wine Company

Thomas Winery

Walter Scott Wines

Westrey Winery


The Deep Roots Coalition is committed to the education, promotion and practice of sustainable and dry farming.

Proceeds from this event will be donated to the Oregon Environmental Council



Have questions about Deep Roots Coalition 10th Annual Wine Tasting? Contact Deep Roots Coalition

When & Where


Ecotrust Building
721 NW 9th Ave #200
Portland, OR 97209

Tuesday, June 11, 2013 from 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM (PDT)


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Organizer

Deep Roots Coalition

Advocacy group for the production of wine sourced exclusively from non-irrigated vineyards

Mission
The education of the wine consuming public as to the benefits of drinking "dry-farmed wine", both in terms of the conservation of agricultural water supplies as well as the authenticity of the resulting wine.
 
Description

Producer-Members have demonstrated a commitment to dry agriculture and responsible water management practices. To this end they do not grow or purchase grapes from irrigated vineyards in the Willamette Valley.

Producer-Members who purchase fruit outside the Willamette Valley strive to obtain fruit from non-irrigated vineyards and, where not possible, seek to obtain fruit from vineyard owners who practice responsible water management with the ultimate model being non-irrigation of vines.

Producer-Members will strive to produce wines of merit that demonstrate the principles associated with the Deep Roots Coalition. These principles include reduced yields and adherence to one of several low-impact viticultural programs (LIVE, Organic, Bio Dynamic, Salmon-Safe, etc.).

Producer-Members commit to educating the public with regard to responsible water management practices and sustainable farming. To this end, Members are encouraged to collect data and anecdotes on irrigated versus non-irrigated vineyards in order to facilitate a rational discussion on the issue of water use.

Applicant Producer-Members must be approved by an eighty percent vote for acceptance by the General Membership of the Deep Roots Coalition.

Current membership: (April 2013)

Anderson Family Vineyard
Ayres Vineyard
Beaux Frères
Belle Pente Vineyard
Brick House Vineyard
Cameron Winery
Crowley Wines
Division Winemaking Co.
Evening Land Vineyards
Evesham Wood Winery
Eyrie Vineyards
Illahe Vineyards
J. Christopher Wines
J.K. Carriere Wines
Matello Wines
Patricia Green Cellars
John Thomas Winery
Teutonic Wine Co.
Walter Scott Wines
Westrey Winery

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