Bound together by the plants that connect the one to the other, and by the art that transforms that bond into wine, year after year, from one generation to the next, forging an enduring tradition, a timeless classic.
The bonds of love and time.
On Saturday, November 23rd, Bethel Heights will be sampling nine wines from the 2015 Cellar Crawl Collection.
In 1997, the Cellar Crawl was founded by a group of friends from six of Oregon’s premier wineries: Ken Wright of Ken Wright Cellars, Mike Etzel of Beaux Frere, Ted Casteel (succeeded by Ben Casteel in 2006) of Bethel Heights Vineyard, Steve Doerner of Cristom Vineyards, Lynn Penner-Ash of Penner-Ash Wine Cellars, and Laurent
Montalieu of Solena Estate.
Out of curiosity, and a passion for Pinot noir, this community collaborated and shared the same question: “Which has the greatest impact, the land or the hand”? To find out the answer to this question, and taste this unique collection of limited quantity wines, please join us for one of three time slots to taste half of The Cellar Crawl collection.
Pricing is $40/person and each wine is paired with bites from the Bethel Heights kitchen