The Original NW Grapestomping Event- Sept 20th & 21st!

32nd Annual Grapestomping Festival.  This is the NW Original Grapestomping Event!  Saturday, September 20th and Sunday, September 21nd Family Owned & Operated St Josef’s started their iconic harvest festival  back in 1983. Proprietors, Josef & Lilli who emigrated from Germany, wanted to pass on a little bit of the harvest spirit to the burgeoning Oregon…

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Arrivederci Jazz Picnic and Grapestomping Coming up!

Arriverderci Jazz Picnic- Sunday, September 7th Jazz  on the Patio from 1-4 followed by music on the pond from 4-7. We’re teaming up with Arrivederci Jazz Bar & Restaurant in Milwaukie for our annual ‘Jazz Picnic’.  The event features some of the most talented Jazz artists in the Portland area- playing music on the Patio…

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Summer Music, Food & Wine! What a combination!

Summer Music & Food on the Pond Enjoy a mini-vacation on a Sunday afternoon this summer – featuring local foods & music themed together on a terraced lawn in the middle of the vineyards.  Families welcome!  $5 cover for 18 and over / Complimentary for Wine Club members Sun, July 27th  Joni Harms and the Harms…

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Neighborhood Wine Festival- this weekend at St Josef’s

Neighborhood Wine Fest- Saturday, June 14th    At St. JOSEF’S.  12-6pm. Join eight artisan vintners from Clackamas County at one location! The Saturday of Father’s Day Weekend.  Meet the winemakers and enjoy hard to-find-wines, plus live music, food, cigar lounge and more!  Great local foods available from Su-Dan Farms (Organic Lamb), Tony’s Seafood (Salmon, Chowder &…

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Springtime in the Vineyard means new wines from the cellar!

Spring is in the air and in the vineyard! The few days of warm sun combined with the typical Oregon moisture has us off to a good year in the vineyard. And we have several of last years grapes now ready in the bottle for you to try! New Release! 2013 St Josef’s Pinot Gris-…

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Snow, Snow and more snow….

It was a winter wonderland here last week… (we were wondering why we didn’t go south for the winter) A beautiful way to see the vineyards… ShareTweet+1SharePin

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