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Domaine Serene Wine Lounge Opened to Fanfare in Bend, Oregon 

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America’s Most Awarded Winery Expands to Bend With World-Class Wine Lounge 

DAYTON, Ore., January 19, 2022 – The world-renowned Domaine Serene Vineyards & Winery officially opened its Bend Wine Lounge in December 2021. This is the third wine lounge following Portland and Lake Oswego for the acclaimed vineyard and winery located in Oregon’s Dundee Hills in the famous Willamette Valley. The lounge offers a portfolio of highly acclaimed current releases and library wines from Domaine Serene in Oregon, alongside their globally recognized wines from Château de la Crée and Maison Evenstad, for bottle purchase and by the glass. 

From curated wine flights, including the Sommelier Experience, to seasonally evolving dishes and exceptional wine-inspired food and events, the lounge brings Domaine Serene’s signature luxury wine experience to Central Oregon. 

The historic space has been brought to new life, with design intricately woven with wood, metal, velvet, glass, and brick elements. The renovated location has been expertly crafted to accentuate intimate settings and building features, including the thoughtfully curated subterranean rooms “The Burgundy Underground” and “The Spirits Underground,” which are available for hosting private and semi-private parties and events. 

“With the immense success of our first two Wine Lounges in Portland at the Sentinel Hotel and in Lake Oswego, we felt compelled to create a third truly exceptional, immersive wine experience for our members and wine lovers in Central Oregon,” says Ryan Harris, CEO and President of Domaine Serene. “Since its Grand Opening, our Domaine Serene Wine Lounge in Bend has been well received by the community and members alike. This is another way that we are changing the landscape of wine-focused hospitality experiences for new and avid wine enthusiasts alike.” 

Located just three blocks from the banks of the iconic Deschutes River in the historic D.H. Sphier Building downtown Bend, the Domaine Serene Wine Lounge Bend is designed with a welcoming atmosphere set to intrigue our guests’ desire to return each week. The building, recently accepted to the coveted National Register of Historic Places, includes an architectural framework mingled into modern touches, including Members’ climate-controlled wine lockers and gallery ideally situated on the second story mezzanine overlooking the warm and alluring dining area. The floor-to-ceiling windows illuminate the entire bar and custom-made fireplace where diners can enjoy a glass of wine paired with a hand-crafted and selective menu meant to elevate every moment of their visit. 

Domaine Serene consistently offers genuinely unique, wine-centric experiences for its Members and guests. On Fridays and Saturdays, the Domaine Serene Wine Lounge in Bend provides live music, allowing guests to enjoy touring musicians while sipping their favorite Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Sparkling Wine. The new lounge is open to the public and wine club Members

Thursday through Monday and includes weekly rotating flights, rare and exclusive wines by the glass, merchandise, and bottles for on-and-off premise consumption. 

A Domaine Serene wine club membership unlocks access to their world-class winery estate and garners automatic enrollment in their Membership Rewards Program. For every dollar spent on wine, wine club shipments, and merchandise, Domaine Serene Wine Club Members’ Reward Points can be redeemed on a member-exclusive menu of merchandise, stays at their estates in Oregon, and Burgundy, and more. They invite you to see the complete Membership Rewards Menu here https://www.domaineserene.com/Membership. 

Domaine Serene Wine Lounge in Bend has the following regular hours: 

  • Monday & Thursday 3:00pm – 9:00pm 
  • Friday & Saturday 12:00pm – 10:00pm 
  • Sunday 12:00pm – 9:00pm 

To book a reservation at the Domaine Serene Wine Lounge in Bend, email [email protected] 

To visit Domaine Serene locations or to join the wine club please visit www.DomaineSerene.com or call 503-864-4600 and follow on Instagram or Facebook.

About Domaine Serene 

The Evenstads settled in the Northern Willamette Valley in 1989. Their spirit and passion for producing wines that rival the great wines of Burgundy led them to purchase and plant a hilltop estate that had just been logged in the now-famous Dundee Hills. 

Today, Domaine Serene produces wines from six individual vineyard estates, planted exclusively to Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. In Oregon, the Evenstads own nearly 1,000 total acres of land in the hills of Yamhill County, with 300 acres planted to vine. 

Working every job in the winery for many years, Grace and Ken Evenstad built Domaine Serene from the ground up, focusing on producing high-quality wines through innovation and excellence. The Evenstads have gained a genuine appreciation for the attention to detail required to make exceptional wines. 

In 2015, Ken and Grace Evenstad fulfilled a lifelong dream of producing wine in Burgundy, France, by acquiring Château de la Crée, the respected wine estate located in the birthplace of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay: the renowned Côte d’Or. They own 25 acres of prime vineyards in Pommard, Volnay, Meursault, Puligny-Montrachet, Chassagne-Montrachet, Santenay and Maranges. Making them the first Oregon-based vintners to own land and produce wines in Burgundy.

In just under three decades, the Evenstads have propelled Domaine Serene onto the global stage as one of the world’s most acclaimed and respected wineries. Domaine Serene’s wines represent the achievement that is possible in Oregon, one of the finest regions in the world for Pinot Noir and Chardonnay.

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