Events

Sunday, March 8th, 2015

One of the many attributes of our fine little town is that you don’t need to get in and out of your car all afternoon to taste a variety of wines.  Nearly all of Carton’s tasting rooms, shops and restaurants are “downtown” (which for us means about a 3 by 2 block stretch)!  Come park the car and explore! Details and ticket purchases here

Scott Paul Club Pickup Party and Willamette Valley 50th Anniversary Celebration, March 14th 12-5

Saturday, March 14th, 2015

This year marks the 50th Anniversary of the first pinot noir plantings in the Willamette Valley. To celebrate, we are pulling OUR first Oregon Oregon Pinot Noir, the 2000 Cuvée Martha Pirrie, from the library to share share with you. Scott will be here to share some stories from that first year as well.

Scott Paul club members can purchase one signed bottle of the 18 available bottles (only 75 cases were made!) for $50 and the spring club packs will be ready for pickup.

Not a club member yet?  Here’s how it works.

Check out the 50th Anniversary Website for some great old photos and a chance to win some Oregon wine by submitting your own photo. Here’s one of Scott, Martha and Pirrie back in 2005.

The flight:

2013 Bedrock Pinot Noir (Nysa Vineyard)

2013 Azana Vineyard Pinot Noir

2013 D122 Pinot Noir (Ribbon Ridge Vineyard)

2008 D122 Pinot Noir (Ribbon Ridge Vineyard)

2000 Cuvée Martha Pirrie Pinot Noir

$20 (Complimentary for Scott Paul Club Members), refundable with six bottle purchase

Flavors of Carlton, Saturday April 18th, 6pm

Saturday, April 18th, 2015
The evening begins inside the barrel room of Ken Wright Cellars. Enjoy a silent auction, tasty hors d’oeuvres, delicious wine, and fabulous beer selections.  In the Big Tent, dinner will feature 10 top chefs from the region, present at individual stations, serving fabulous small plates.  These food offerings will be paired with 20 of the top wineries in Oregon, including Soter, Elk Cove, Belle Pente, and Scott Paul along with beer from Carlton’s Fire Mountain Brewery.  The climax of the evening will be a high-energy live auction with your chance to bid on selections of rare and distinctive wine, original art, and spectacular travel packages.
Purchase now to ensure best seating.  Tickets are $100 and include dinner, wine and a commemorative wine glass. Purchase online or make a donation at www.yctogethercares.com or call the Yamhill Carlton Together Cares office at 503-852-4405.
You must purchase tickets in advance to allow for dinner seating.  There will be no tickets available at the door.

Scott Paul Wines Location and Hours

Sunday, September 6th, 2015

Carlton Tasting Room: 128 South Pine Street.  New Hours Starting in September:  Open for Tastings Thursday to Sunday 12-5. 

More Information on Visiting Scott Paul Wines in Carlton

Wine Country Lodging

Thursday, December 31st, 2015

When you’re headed out to Carlton for one our events, or just a day of wine tasting – why not make a weekend of it, and consider the following recommendations for B&B lodging:

Abbey Road Farm Bed & Breakfast

http://www.abbeyroadfarm.com/

The Allison

http://www.theallison.com

Black Walnut Inn

http://www.blackwalnut-inn.com/

Brookside Inn

http://www.brooksideinn-oregon.com/

The Carlton Inn

http://www.thecarltoninn.com/

Carlton Cottages

http://www.carltoncottages.com/

Inn At Red Hills

http://www.innatredhills.com

R.R. Thompson House Bed & Breakfast

http://www.rrthompsonhouse.com/

Winery Lofts

http://www.vrbo.com/306590

Youngberg Hill Vineyards & Inn

http://www.youngberghill.com/