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Your frequently asked questions:

What is Pour Oregon?

The Pour Oregon virtual wine festival is your chance to discover small, artisanal wine producers from all over Oregon -- with wine tastings in your own living room! There's so much great wine in this state from Southern Oregon's Rogue, Applegate, and Umpqua Valleys, to the little places like Elkton and Milton-Freewater, to the hills and valleys of the great Willamette Valley.

At Pour Oregon, you'll also experience the great diversity of Oregon wines. Sure, we'll have plenty of Pinot Noir -- but also glorious Oregon reds like Tempranillo, Gamay Noir, and Cabernet Sauvignon; and brilliant Oregon whites like Viognier, Pinot Blanc, Pinot Gris, and dry Riesling. We believe that wine is about exploration and discovery. You're going to love this. Get your tickets now!

Where and when is Pour Oregon happening?

Pour Oregon is a multi-day virtual event happening April 28 - May 2. We're offering 15 virtual sessions with wine (and sometimes food) from small producers around the state of Oregon. Check out the schedule page for all dates and times. All session times listed are in Pacific time zone.

How does a virtual wine festival work?

Great question! You sign up for one (or more!) of our 15 virtual sessions. Each session includes 2-3 wines from small Oregon producers. Some sessions also include food or cookbooks. For most sessions, we'll ship wines to you the week of April 19. (The ones that include local food offerings are pickup-only in Portland.) The week of April 26 you will receive an email with a Zoom link for the session(s) you've signed up for. Open the bottles, hop on Zoom, and have a conversation with our featured winemakers and other wine lovers from around the country. Each session will last 60-90 minutes.

What does my session pass include?

Your session pass includes 2-3 wines (full bottles!). Some also include food items or books. Please see session descriptions for specific details. In addition, each session pack will include a Cellar 503 corkscrew, stories about each of our featured wines and a copy of the brand-new Oregon Wine Board touring guide.

Can I participate if I'm not in Oregon

Yes! We are shipping to the following states: Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Connecticut, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nebraska, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, Rhode Island, South Carolina, South Dakota, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Washington, West Virginia, Wisconsin, Wyoming.

What wineries will be there?

Pour Oregon is brought to you by Cellar 503, a wine club that features exclusively small Oregon producers of wine. So, no surprise, that's who will be at Pour Oregon!

Many of these wineries have very limited distribution -- perhaps only at the winery, or a restaurant down the street. We're excited to be able to introduce you to so many new favorites! Here's the full list of participating wineries this year.

Where can I buy tickets? How much are session passes?

Session passes are available online now. Cellar 503 members can purchase discounted session passes for themselves. Not a member? Become a member and save now!

Buy more than 1 session pass and you will automatically save 10%!

Session passes are limited and we expect them to sell out prior to the event. So, buy your session passes now!

Are tickets refundable or transferable?

No. Can't make it to the session you signed up for? You'll be able to view a recording after the event is over.

Is there a special industry discount?

No, we are not offering any special industry discounts.

Can I purchase additional bottles of wine featured during a Pour Oregon session?

Yes! Please email us at wine@cellar503.com to place an order for additional bottles.

Join Us

For 2021, Pour Oregon is going virtual! You'll meet some of Oregon's most exciting and innovative winemakers. They're producing high-quality, affordable wines that hail from each of Oregon's 21 wine regions. You'll meet these extraordinary boutique winemakers on Zoom hear their stories, and taste their unique wines.

PLACEWith 21 wine regions, Oregon is bursting with great wine.Explore Oregon
PEOPLEInnovative. Rebellious. Talented. Oregon is home to some incredible winemakers.Our Winemakers

"Oregon is right now the single most exciting winemaking area in the United States. Nowhere else does the level of quality seem so high, the perspectives so diverse or the experimentation so fierce as it is in Oregon right now."~ Eric Asimov, New York Times

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