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Drink Pink, a Summer Celebration of Oregon Rosé, Finds New Home at Bryn Mawr Vineyards

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Salem, Ore. (May 18, 2022) — On Saturday, July 16, Bryn Mawr Vineyards will host the return of Drink Pink, the Willamette Valley’s annual celebration of rosé in all its rose-colored hues and shades. Now in its sixth year, the beloved event previously held at Patton Valley Vineyards will feature 22 wineries at an outdoor, festival-style tasting event from 12 pm to 4 pm (VIP hour from 11 am to 12 pm).

22 Willamette Valley wineries will pour current and new release rosé wines at Drink Pink. Participating wineries include Adelsheim Vineyard, Anne Amie Vineyards, Bells Up, Benedetto Vineyards, Bethel Heights Vineyard, Bryn Mawr Vineyards, Coeur de Terre Vineyard, Colene Clemens Vineyards, Coria Estates, Dobbes Family Estate, Dundee Wine Library, Furioso Vineyards, Illahe Vineyards, Keeler Estate Vineyard, Left Coast Estate, Ocelli Cellars, RAM Cellars, Ribbon Ridge Vineyard, Sokol Blosser Winery, Soter Vineyards, Varnum Vintners, and Yamhill Valley Vineyards.

Live music will accompany provisions from Chef Johnathan Jones, the 2022 James Beard “Best Chef in the Northwest Region” Award Semifinalist and owner of Epilogue Kitchen & Cocktails alongside treats from Cindy Lu’s and Avalanche Ice Cream. The walkaround wine tasting will be limited to 250 guests.

“Drink Pink has become a fixture in the Willamette Valley wine community over the years, and we’re honored to have been shoulder-tapped to take on such a beloved event,” said Bryn Mawr Vineyards’ co-owner, Jon Lauer. “We’re looking forward to welcoming Drink Pink fans back for the event they love, now with a Bryn Mawr twist.”

New this year, guests can opt for VIP tickets, which include early entry into the event, priority parking, and private lounge access on the sprawling Bryn Mawr deck – the perfect place to enjoy breathtaking views of the surrounding vineyards and the Coast Range. Guests who purchase tickets before June 13th will also have a chance to win an overnight stay at the Bryn Mawr Vineyard Guest House the night of the event.

For more information and to purchase tickets, please visit brynmawrvineyards.com.

About Bryn Mawr Vineyards

Welsh for “high hill,” the Bryn Mawr vineyard is nestled atop one of the steepest slopes in the Willamette Valley amid a pristine forest of Douglas Firs, and with the influence of strong, maritime winds flowing in from the Van Duzer Corridor. Owners Kathy and Jon Lauer knew the site had enormous potential and purchased the Bryn Mawr Estate Vineyard in 2009, hiring winemaker Rachel Rose shortly thereafter to lead the growth and development of both the vineyard and their wine program. Under the leadership of Rachel Rose, Bryn Mawr crafts wines of great complexity and tension including legacy varietals like Pinot Noir and Chardonnay as well as burgeoning varietals like Tempranillo, Dolcetto and several aromatic white grapes. For more information, please visit brynmawrvineyards.com.

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