Lots of wineries
don't offer lunches but offer places to bring your picnic lunch--like Domaine
Picnics welcomed Monday-Friday only with advance notice
Canas Feast Winery
750 Lincoln St.
Carlton. Does not serve lunch but offers nibbles to
snack on (crackers, cheese, salami, olives etc. with
plates & utensils for a picnic lunch)
"The new outdoor patio at
Blakeslee Winery, officially
named "the Piazza" will specifically be a wine and food
patio. We will be serving pizza cooked in our new stone
fire pizza oven and we will also offer "24 hour call
ahead" personalized picnic lunches. Our open green
spaces will also feature picnic tables for you to enjoy
you food and wine. With the addition of the Piazza, we
now have four different areas for you to enjoy your wine
We also will offer
picnic lunches, and request that orders
be placed 24 hours in advance. We will
try to stock extra lunches. Placing orders in advance
will guarantee you receive exactly what you want.
Here's how we are
Enjoy the varietals
that are at their best when chilled! Our Rieslings,
Chardonnay's, and, our summer favorite Rose' of Pinot
Noir are all amazing! The Rose' of Pinot Noir is selling
quickly, and we suggest you stock your wine fridge or
cellar before we sell out of our "summer gold."
(Outside food is not allowed)
$20 (Serves 2-4) - A variety of cheeses, meats and
Fruit on a beautiful wooden board with crackers
$20 - Choose your favorite sandwich served on a
gourmet roll with chips, a cookie and fruit salad.
Box lunches must be ordered and paid for a minimum of
24 hours in advance as they are not made to order.
Choose from the following:
for more menu details and contact info for advance food
and Picnic Lunch at Hyland Estates
Step 1, Walk
with wine for a tour of NW Wine Co.
Step 2, return
to tasting room to sample the current offering.
Step 3, enjoy a
glass of wine with a picnic lunch prepared by one of our
local restaurant partners, Red Hills Market or The
required if Hyland is providing lunch. Approximately 1
hour and 30 minutes. $60 per person. Reservation
required 48 hours in advance.
For more information, please contact Brady Moran at Brady@hylandestates.com
or at 503.554.4200. To make a reservation, please use
Durant Vineyards Picnic Platters
Enjoy this platter of pickled
peppers, cornichons, olives, fresh vegetable crudités,
Oregon hazelnuts and traditional hummus drizzled with
Oregon Olive Mill extra virgin olive oil and sea salt.
Served with La Panzanella crackers. $18
A perfect picnic with plenty to
share, featuring: Olympia Provisions salami and an
assortment of local cheeses, Oregon hazelnuts, assorted
olives, cornichons, fresh vegetable crudités and sliced
baguette, drizzled with Oregon Olive Mill extra virgin
olive oil and 8-year Aged Balsamic Vinegar. $30
Chef Abby's Boxed Lunches
In case you don't know, we have welcomed Abby McManigle
to the Brooks team as Executive Chef. Not only does that
mean the 2017 harvest crew has some high expectations
for lunches, but she is creating new bites and
programming for our customers. Her first Chef Series
dinner is already sold out (look for an email soon with
more Chef Series dinners).
But, you can
stop by any day of the week for our new Boxed Lunches!
Visit our Bites, Sips, and
for all of our offerings.
Oregon's wine country, My Chauffeur encourages you to
seek out neighboring creameries and wineries for
pairings sure to please. Buy a variety
of cheeses, go to a winery, find a scenic spot and
a picnic. That's what fine wine & cheese is all about.
(Dundee Hills; neighbors of Lange, Torii Mor, Thistle
Willamette Valley Cheese Co. (Salem;
neighbors of Stangeland, Bethel Heights, Witness Tree,
Cristom & others)
"It was a fabulous day, but the best part of our trip
to wine country was the last stop of the day when we
drove out to a farm for fresh goat cheese. ItÂ’s a
small family farm Â– not easy to find, but well worth
the hunt--(Don't worry, we know the way). As you drive
up the driveway, you see a little red and white
shed next to the big house. There are chickens
wandering everywhere and little pens of goats
scattered all over the property. Inside the shed is a
small refrigerator and a money box. ItÂ’s the honor
system, so we make sure to bring enough cash for our
goat-cheese habit. Now, IÂ’ve been making goat cheese
for a few years from the milk of our little Nigerian
Dwarf goats, and we both love our homemade cheese, but
the cheeses from this farm are possibly the most
delicious goat cheeses IÂ’ve ever tasted. The Chehalem
is a mild soft-rind cheese that I tend to favor, but
we always get a container of the fresh chevre for
cooking Â– you know, like omelets." (Homesteadsupplyco.com)