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First Friday Downtown Celebration

First Friday Celebration tonight from 4-9pm. This is a great night to celebrate the weekend with friends! Tonight we are serving all of our wines by the glass or open bottle! Pair your favorite BBC wine with a delicious hot menu prepared by Chef Emilee Mahan of Class Cooking! Enjoy live music by the talented David Tutmark starting at 6pm. Appreciate the new art by Cheri Holly, pottery and Hal Payne, metal shadowboxes for sale at the winery until the end of January! See you tonight! Cheers!

Featured Live Music: David Tutmark, classical guitarist.

We are excited to share good news that our very talented friend, David Tutmark, has accepted a new position as the adjunct professor of classical guitar at Clackamas Community College. Congrats David! Join us tonight to hear his guitar styling. 

"David Tutmark is an guitarist actively performing in the Pacific Northwest. Known for his visceral yet polished style of playing he consistently delivers captivating performances of traditional and contemporary classical guitar.  Coming from a background in electric guitar and rock, David began studying classical guitar at Portland State University in 2008.  After earning a Bachelor's degree in classical guitar performance from PSU, David began a busy performance career, giving over 300 performances between 2012-2015  alone.  With over 10 years of teaching experience and vast performance experience David is excited to help you progress as guitarist and musician. All lessons are tailored to the needs of the individual student. David teaches with an emphasis on both technique and creativity." David is the owner of Oregon Guitar Studio in Wilsonville, Oregon where he offers professional musical recording and guitar instruction. To learn more about David, please visit his website:

New Art by December’s Featured Local Artists:

Cheri Holly, pottery

“Cheri Holly is a ceramic artist living in Portland, Oregon. A registered nurse by day, she has recently found expression for her natural artistic abilities through the creation of hand-built pottery, and the result is a wonderful combination of both art and utility. From dinnerware to planting vases, coffee mugs to serving platters her work reflects a personal interest in nature, gardening, sea shells and antique embroidery – all of which she incorporates visually and texturally in her designs.”

Hal Payne Design, metal shadowboxes

Food by Class Cooking, Chef Emilee Mahan

Italian Pot Roast, Calzone, Panzanella Salad, Tiramisu 

Later Event: December 8
Tasting Room Open