Faith, Hope & Charity Vineyard Wine Tasting
Join Lynn Fox, Wine Director, Faith Hope & Charity Vineyard who will guide you and your guests through a tasting of their award winning wines. Virtual Event May 21st. Includes 3 bottles, shipped.
Date: May 21, 2021 tasting event starts a 7 pm. Zoom reservation opens at 6:30 pm.
Fee: $150 includes, 3 bottles of wine, shipping, and one zoom reservation for the live tasting event. Additional guests welcomed. Invite your friends and family.
Purchase your ticketed reservation at https://sunriverwomensclub.com/Art-Auction-WineEvent Limited tickets available. Ticket sales close May 3rd.
Owned by Roger and Cindy Grossmann, Faith Hope & Charity Vineyards is nestled on 312 acres between two ridges and a canyon in Terrebonne, Oregon just 14 miles from Smith Rock State Park. The tasting room and event center are surrounded by the rich beauty of the winery’s namesake the Three Sisters Mountain range (originally named Faith Hope and Charity), along with 15 acres of vineyard, a pond, beautiful grounds, and there are even a few llamas hanging around!
Sight, Sip, and Smile with Faith Hope and Charity Wines.
“Our vineyard and wine is an experience close to Bend, far from ordinary.”-Cindy Grossmann
Guests: Lynn Fox, Wine Director, Faith Hope & Charity Vineyards
Tasting Set Includes:
2018 La Crescent
La Crescent is a light-skinned hybrid variety developed by the University of Minnesota and released in 2002. Named after a small town in Minnesota State, La Crescent was bred to resist extremely cold climates. It is a relatively aromatic variety and exhibits flavors of stone fruits, such as peach, citrus fruits or even tropical flavors of pineapple.
2017 Marechal Foch
Black cherry, dark chocolate, raisin, and coffee are all present on the nose of this soft, supple wine. Strong black cherry on the front palate, cherry cola on the middle palate and closes with a long finish of fresh picked summer cherries.
This elegant but rich Barbera opens with black cherry and cocoa, boysenberry, vanilla. The and black fruit comes through on the palate along with plum and subtle hints of baking spices lingering on the finish.