|Date:||Fri, Jul 29, 2022|
|Time||6:00 PM to 8:00 PM|
You're invited to join us in the Tasting Room on Friday from 6-8pm for our Dinner & Concert Series!
Ticket includes a spring mix green salad, your choice of entree, homemade strawberry shortcake dessert, wine pairings with each course, and the concert.
Dinner options include:
* Tender filet mignon dressed in a cognac peppercorn cream sauce served with a loaded baked potato and roasted broccolini - $65
* Aromatic Gumbo made with shrimp, chicken, Bavarian sausage, roasted onions, peppers, and okra served with fluffy jasmine rice - $55
* Penne pasta with sun-dried tomato and artichoke tossed in a pesto wine sauce made with our 2017 Estate Chardonnay - $45
Online dinner reservations must be made by Wednesday at Midnight. If you wish to purchase dinner tickets on Thursday or Friday, please call us at 503-678-3390 for dinner option availability.
Guests are also invited to the show only. There is a $10 cover charge at the door for concert-only guests, and food can be ordered off the Kitchen menu (Note: Service for food from the regular menu may be slower due to dinner reservation meals).
About the Bartolotti Brothers: Tony & Rick Bartolotti have loved music from an early age. Playing and singing separately in classic Yamhill County bands in the '70s and early '80s, before before finally coming together for the first time in the late '80s with “Outrage." After a break, Rick and Tony teamed up together in The Blue Dogs with Tony on guitar and Rick on keyboards and both sharing vocals. This lineup concentrated on a bluesy-rock sound, with songs culled from early influences such as ZZ Top, The Rolling Stones, The Beatles, etc., as well as other material from artists like Keb Mo, John Hiatt, Delbert McClinton. As The Blue Dogs wound down in 2011, the brothers revamped the feel and lightened things up, forming the more acoustic group, Big Chief & The Hedgehogs. They enjoyed success with the uplift in the wine-country tourism and formed a nice following.
Finally, with an urge to get back to their roots, the brothers decided to reform another project as a four-piece blues-rock outfit. Rather than scramble for a clever name, they decided to call the group just what it was - The Bartolotti Brothers. Bringing a seasoned mix of a lifetime of listening to pop, blues, and rock, they come ready to play!