The people behind Mutineer Magazine are a lot of fun to
hang out drink with, and we also like the product they put together. Their magazine has interesting stories and beautiful editorial photography by their extremely talented Director of Photography, Portland’s own, Ian Vincent Andreae. A few weeks ago, King Estate hosted Mutineer Magazine’s first winter retreat, where the Mutineers bonded and brainstormed article topics and art for the upcoming year.
Here’s a video detailing their retreat at the winery:
Help us with spring cleaning as we dust off several gems from our extensive wine library. Buy online or in the Visitor Center; sale will go as long as inventory lasts.
The King Estate Visitor Center, which encompasses our estate restaurant and wine bar, will close at 2:00 PM on Saturday, April 7th for a private event.
Beginning Monday, March 26th the King Estate Visitor Center, which encompasses our estate restaurant and wine bar, will be open under our spring schedule:
11:00 AM – 8:00 PM, Daily
The King Estate Visitor Center, which encompasses our estate restaurant and wine bar, will be closed today due to inclement weather.
This year’s King Estate Rib Feast took place over two weekends with a total of six seatings. Guests enjoyed locally sourced ribs, chicken, and veggies amid bouquets of organic estate grown daffodils and King Estate NxNW wines.
The 7th Annual Harvest Moon Celebration is sold out. This event is exclusive to members of the King Estate Tower Club and their esteemed guests.
Join us for our annual summer BBQ, exclusive to active members of the King Estate Tower Club and their guests. Enjoy sumptuous BBQ from the four corners of America, premium wine and a special performance by band 5 Guys Named Moe of Portland, Oregon. Advance registration required, and this event will sell out, so click here to get your tickets now!
Last September, King Estate vineyard workers noticed an injured Red-tailed Hawk on the estate. Volunteers from the Cascades Raptor Center quickly rescued the bird, which had an infected foot caused by a prey bite. Four months and one amputated toe later, the hawk proved that it was well enough to return home to King Estate where it and other birds of prey play a vital role providing natural pest control. Owls, hawks, and other raptors thrive on our 1,033 certified organic acres because there is no chance of poisoning through the food chain, and there is plenty of room to roam. King Estate Winery and Eugene’s Cascades Raptor Center are proud to hold a unique partnership that allows orphaned and rehabilitated birds of prey a second shot at life in the wild world.
Join us on Earth Day, Sunday, April 22nd, one week before the Eugene Marathon, for a scenic 5K run through the rolling hills of our certified organic vineyards. Fingers crossed for beautiful weather like last year, but as is the way in Oregon, this event is going on RAIN OR SHINE.