The team at Bacchus – A Bartolotta Restaurant is honored to host a wine dinner that will highlight the unique wines of Oregon-based Adelsheim Vineyards.
Luck, fate, and a single-minded determination to make world-class wine in Oregon led David and Ginny Adelsheim to purchase their first 19 acres just outside Newberg, Oregon in 1971. Drawn to the uniqueness of the land and its proximity to Portland, it was there they decided to stake their claim, plant their first rows of Pinot noir along Quarter Mile Lane, and establish what would become the Chehalem Mountains’ first-ever winery in 1978—Adelsheim.
Since 1971, the team at Adelsheim have obsessively pursued benchmark wines that celebrate the unique bounty of their estate vineyards -- home to some of Oregon’s most diverse soil types, elevations, and exposures. As a founding winery of the Willamette Valley and Chehalem Mountains’ first winery, Adelsheim has played an instrumental role in nearly every aspect of the Oregon wine story. As leaders in the region, the team at Adelsheim believes it is their duty to be steadfast stewards of the abundant land and to rally their community in support of equity and education.
Executive Chef Nick Wirth and his team have created a diverse five-course menu to pair perfectly with five wines from Adelsheim Vineyards selected by Wine Director and Certified Sommelier Joseph Kane.
Make plans to join us as we welcome past Bartolotta team member, Elizabeth Clark, Director of Education and Experience, for a special dining event highlighting Adelsheim Vineyards.