To celebrate the hospitality and culinary culture of Cannon Beach, these notable local chefs will host wine dinners featuring Northwest wine pairings from Oregon and Washington during the festival. These menus offer all the very best of the Northwest featuring everything from locally sourced produce to seafood drawn from nearby Pacific waters.

Thank you to the amazing restaurants who featured the following wine dinners during the 2018 Savor Cannon Beach Wine & Culinary Festival!

Stephanie Inn Dining Room: Adelsheim Vineyard Prix Fixe Dinner
Chef Aaron Bedard and Adelsheim Vineyard winemaker Gina Hennen share details tableside on the vintage and varietals being poured and how they were chosen to enhance each course. Enjoy Dungeness crab cakes paired with Adelsheim's 2013 Auxerrois and sip the 2014 Breaking Ground Pinot Noir alongside a morel mushroom stuffed lamb loin with a Dijon reduction.

The Bistro Wine Dinner With Amavi Cellars and Pepper Bridge Winery
Join Bistro chef Jack Stevenson and Patty Lynch of Amavi Cellars and Pepper Bridge Winery as they offer a three-course, prix fixe menu with wines from Walla Walla. Menu items include an RR Ranch brined beef filet mignon with wild Oregon mushrooms and melted leeks potato pave. Featured wines will include an Amavi Semillon and a Pepper Bridge Merlot.

Winemaker's Dinner at Castaways with The Eyrie Vineyards
Featuring a seven-course dinner, Castaways chef Josh Tuckman hosts an evening with The Eyrie Vineyards. The menu is highlighted by items like free-range duck breast, spice-rubbed and grilled then served with Ancho Chile-sour cherry sauce, polenta crouton and Cotija or Durham Ranch elk medallion with risotto-style farro, roasted heirloom baby carrot and Pinot Noir-blackberry reduction sauce. Wines offered during the evening include The Eyrie's 2015 'Original Vines' Pinot Gris, 2010 'Original Vines' Chardonnay and 2013 Pinot Meunier.