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Savor Cannon Beach Wine & Culinary Festival

Tired of the winter blues? Now is the time to plan your trip to the Savor Cannon Beach festival. The Savor Cannon Beach Wine & Culinary Festival will focus on wines from the Northwest and regional culinary delights. The event takes place March 10-13.

Eight Festival Events

Thursday Event

  • Thursday Night Throwdown: The opportunity to compare six different varietals (12 wines.) The wines will be from Oregon and Washington. Grape varieties will include Tempranillo, Malbec, Grenache and three white wines. Light bites are included in the tasting.

Friday Events

  • Wine Paths Less Traveled: Rhone Whites & Italian Reds: Attendees will discover the special characteristics of some not so well known Northwest grape varieties. Varieties will include: Barbera, Sangiovese, Viognier, and Roussanne.
  • Winemaker’s Table, Afternoon Edition: (compare to speed dating) This event will include three wines from four different winemakers. Wines will include: a Bordeaux blend, a Sangviovese and a Pinot Noir. Three wines will be tasted in a vertical tasting with the fourth tasting as a horizontal tasting.
  • Battle of the Blends & Bites: Plan to taste eight white and red blends from the Northwest regions, with participants voting for the wines they enjoy most. Light bites by local chefs are included.
  • Wine, Art & Cheese Walk: Galleries will hosting a winery from the Northwest. The event also showcases a regional cheesemaker

Saturday Events

  • Serious About Syrah: Taste a classic French Syrah and compare with  Syrahs produced in the Northwest wine regions.
  • Savor Cannon Beach Wine Walk: Nearly 40 Northwest wineries are expected to pour wine tastings at several Cannon Beach locations including restaurants, hotels, art galleries and shops.

Sunday Event

  • Gold Medal Wine Brunch: The final event of the festival is the Gold Medal Wine Brunch. Participants can sample eight gold medal wines from the 2016 SavorNW wine awards. Brunch bites will be available from restaurants and bakeries.

Good to Know Information

Each event is ticketed separately and the cost is $40 per person. Tickets are limited and advance purchase is recommended. Event descriptions and tickets are available online.


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