A Tale of Two Vineyards | Three Feathers Estate visits Château Pavie Macquin By Elise Prudhomme The adventure started with a neighborly “getting to know you” over coffee in our Normand vacation home, English Channel in the distance. A dear girlfriend wished to introduce me to two childhood friends of hers, sisters, living in Normandy and vacationing in Bordeaux: “They … Read More
Events Calendar Taste & Buy our Wines by Appointment If you are visiting Oregon or live in our area, you can taste and purchase our wines by private tasting appointment. Please contact Sandra or Christine to schedule a visit. Our regular tasting fee is $15 per flight and is refundable with your purchase, or by joining our wine club : … Read More
Parma-style Carrot Cake by Giada De Laurentiis This fabulously subtle and unique Carrot Cake, Parma-style recipe by Giadi De Laurentiis, makes repeat performances in our family ever since we discovered it on the Food Network. Lightly sweet, not too spicy, well-balanced and zingy with a touch of fennel and lemon zest, this carrot cake can be eaten for breakfast, lunch … Read More
Three Feathers Blanc de Noirs served at Decarli restaurant in Beaverton, OR Beginning Friday, July 19th, our Blanc de Noirs will be available by the glass at Decarli Restaurant in downtown Beaverton, 4545 SW Watson Avenue, Beaverton, OR 97005. For reservations, call 503-641-3223. Additionally, the Blanc de Noirs and the 2017 Cuvée will be available to purchase by the bottle.
Three Feathers are Flying Again! We’re off to London to present our wines to the British market at the annual Oregon & Washington wine tasting event presented by the Oregon Wine Board and Hilltop Wines. On March 15, Elise and husband François will travel from Paris to London on the Eurostar via the Chunnel (Channel Tunnel) with Three Feathers 2016 … Read More
Winter arrives, finally We’ve been experiencing a mild winter this year with temperatures rarely below freezing and despite the weather reports, rainfall seemed pretty normal. We were all beginning to think that we would not be getting any cold weather and many vineyards, including ours, chose to prune vines a little earlier than normal. Last week, however, temperatures took a … Read More