Stoller Family Estate named Best Tasting Room in the nation
Stoller Family Estate has been named the Number 1 Tasting Room in the Nation by the 2018 USA Today 10 Best Readers' Choice Awards. Nominees were chosen by a panel of relevant experts, including editors from USA Today and 10Best.com plus contributors and sources for both these sources and other Gannett Properties. Nominees were voted on by the public daily for four weeks.
"This is an unbelievable honor for our entire team," said Bill Stoller, founder and owner of Stoller Family Estate. "Our estate is my family home. Our team prides itself on providing first-class hospitality in an approachable, down-to-earth environment. This award reflects the dediction of our team, and we owe a huge thank you to everyone who voted."
The Stoller Group is the parent company for Stoller Family Estate, Chehalem Winery, History and Canned Oregon.
Learn more online at stollerfamilyestate.com.
Clackamas County Cultural Coalition announces
The Clackamas County Cultural Coalition is seeking proposals for the 2019 Community Cultural Participation Project Grant Program. Any Clackamas County-based organization or individual working in the fields of arts, heritage and/or humanities may apply. Tax-exempt status is not a prerequesite. Deadline for grant applications is Oct. 15, 2018. Grant recipients will be notified in January 2019 for projects occurring between January and December 2019. For an application and complete guidelines visit clackamasartsalliance.org/grants/project-grants.
World Class Wines now serving foods
World Class Wines is now serving Bistro Boards, with selections such as chicken pesto flatbreads, Italian ciabatta sandwiches, sweet treat trays and caramel corn prepared by On A Whim Studio.
World Class Wines offers special tastings on Wednesday and Friday evenings and live music on Saturday from 5 to 8 p.m. The wine shop and bar is located at 149 A Ave., Lake Oswego. Learn more online at worldclasswinesoregon.com.
Great Oregon Wine Co. purchases Duck Pond Cellars
Great Oregon Wine Co. has purchased Duck Pond Cellars winery and tasting room, along with 300 acres of vineyard in the Willamette and Umpqua valleys. Great Oregon, maker of the familiar Rascal brand, is owned by Integrated Beverage Group based in Denver, Colorado. The addition of Duck Pond will boost Great Oregon's production capacity to more than 300,000 cases.
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