When

Saturday March 4, 2017 from 5:30 PM to 8:00 PM PST
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Where

Liberty Theater: Paulson Pavilion & McTavish Room
1203 Commercial Street
(Use side entrance on 12th Street)
Astoria, OR 97103



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Contact

Kelsey Balensifer
Astoria-Warrenton Area Chamber of Commerce
503-325-6311
kelsey@oldoregon.com

UnWined
Saturday, March 4, 2017

Sip & savor award-winning wine during this event, which occurs immediately following the official wine competition for the 2017 Astoria Warrenton Crab, Seafood & Wine Festival. Guests will get to preview some of the festival's best wines! You'll also get a chance to mix & mingle with the judges to learn more about the art of Oregon wine.

$35 Ticket Includes:
  • 10 wine tastes (additional tastes available for purchase)
  • Various appetizers
  • Exclusive look at (& taste of) wines that will be available at the 2017 Astoria Warrenton Crab, Seafood & Wine Festival
  • Live music
  • Participation in the 2017 "People's Choice Award"
  • First to learn the 2017 "Best of Show: Red" & "Best of Show: White" wine winners
  • Meet the professional wine judges
  • One complimentary 2017 UnWined wine glass

Every year, approximately 40 Oregon winemakers enter their wines in the competition, which equals approximately 140+ bottles of wine to review.  

Event tickets are non-refundable. Guests 21+ only! ID will be checked at the door. No admittance without valid ID.

Rory Holbrook - Violinist
Rory Holbrook has been making music for more than twenty years. A well-travelled now-Oregonian, Rory lives currently with her husband and son in the Portland area, where, between being a wife and mom, she finds time to play for audiences all around the metro area.

Rory plays a variety of styles, including classical, Celtic and modern. She has even written some compositions of her own. Her interest in styles such as bluegrass and Celtic, along with a love of classical music, has given her playing a unique style. One of her favorite things to do is play improv and because of this she rarely plays things the same way twice. Reaching her audience with her music is always a joy. She is blessed to share her gift with all who want to listen. It is with much excitement and joy that she gets to share her craft with all those in attendance.