Three Feathers Wines at Hall Street Tavern & Grill

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Three Feathers wines are now proudly poured at Hall Street Tavern and Grill in downtown Beaverton, Oregon.

Three Feathers Wines served at Hall Street Tavern & Grill in Beaverton, OR We are now being poured at Hall Street Tavern and Grill, 8220 SW Hall Blvd, Beaverton, OR 97008. They are featuring Three Feathers 2016 Pinot, 2017 Pinot, 2017 Cuvée Virginia and our 2018 Blanc de Noirs. Their menu features Dinner Specials Thursday – Brisket done “just right”, … Read More

Three Feathers at Taste of Temple 2020 | Thank you & Purchase Reminder

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Three Feathers pouring wine during the 2020 Taste of Temple with Congregation Beth Israel at Castaway in downtown Portland, Oregon.

Three Feathers at Taste of Temple 2020 | Thanks to All – Purchase Reminder Three Feathers was thrilled to participate in Taste of Temple 2020 in downtown Portland yesterday! We extend our Thanks to Congregation Beth Israel for inviting us to participate and to all of you who stopped by our table to taste. Attendees and ticket holders have until … Read More

Winter in the Vineyard

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Snow covered ground after pruning at Three Feathers 2019

Winter in the Vineyard | Starting the 2020 Season February is here once again and we are starting work on the 2020 Vineyard Season. The temperatures have been above freezing most of the winter. We have had moderate precipitation until January when rains came in earnest and temporarily flooded the area. I would say overall the rain is adequate to … Read More

Celebrating the Circle of Vineyard Life | Holiday Baked Brie

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Season's Greetings 2018 from Three Feathers Estate & Vineyard.  Celebrating the New Year 2019 with a decorative table and Three Feathers Pinot Noir.

Celebrating the Circle of Vineyard Life What an eventful year it has been! Starting with a few weeks of planning in January we pruned vines the first week of February.  In March and April we prepped the soil and the aisles and started preventative spraying. The vines broke their dormancy the first week of May and after that it was … Read More

Giving Thanks

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Tasting 2017 Three Feathers Pinot Noir Wines with a selection of cheeses.

Let us remember that, as much has been given us, much will be expected from us, and that true homage comes from the heart as well as from the lips, and shows itself in deeds. – Theodore Roosevelt Excerpt from Proclamation 466 (November 2, 1901) when President Roosevelt established the fourth Thursday in November as Thanksgiving Day. Here at Three … Read More

Pan Bagnat, Two Versions

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Picnic on the Oregon Coast with a Pan Bagnat sandwich and a bottle of 2016 Three Feathers Pinot Noir.  The 'Pan Bagnat' is a traditional local sandwich NICE Alpes-Maritimes French Riviera Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur France.

Pan Bagnat, literally Bathed Bread, is a sandwich originating from the French region of Provence which is very popular in Nice. The bagnat is a round crusty bread that absorbs juices without falling apart. The interior of the loaf is removed and filled with a variety of ingredients such as an anchovy-based vegetable salad with hard boiled eggs known as … Read More

Simple Salmon with Sour Cream Herb Dressing and Fresh Berries

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Simple Salmon with Oregon berries and our 2016 Three Feathers Pinot Noir.

Simple Salmon with Sour Cream Herb Dressing and Oregon Berries This recipe is inspired by the French salmon eaters in our family across the Atlantic, two of whom produce smoked salmon professionally and provide us with a steady source of delicious fish throughout the year. This on-the-go recipe is a perfect summertime standby designed to feed any quantity of people … Read More