Beginning Sunday, October 3rd, the King Estate Visitor Center, which encompasses our estate restaurant and wine bar, will switch to fall hours:
Open Daily 11 AM to 8 PM
The Eugene Area Chamber of Commerce has named King Estate Winery as this year’s recipient of its Business of the Year award. Along with this announcement, the chamber revealed the finalists for its seventh annual Emerald Awards. Emerald Award winners will be announced at a ceremony at the Hult Center on Tuesday, October 5, from 5 p.m. to 7:30 p.m.
A selection committee of Eugene Area Chamber of Commerce members reviewed 58 nominations before announcing the Business of the Year winner and Emerald Award finalists. The committee chose 12 Emerald Award finalists across four categories: community caring, environmental values, growth and innovation. The Business of the Year award is given to one business that excels in all four categories.
“King Estate was named 2010 Business of the Year because of its focus on the triple bottom line of sustainability—financial, social and the environment,” says Dave Hauser, chamber president. “King Estate truly demonstrates an outstanding contribution to the community in each of these ways.”
By Pastry Chef Tobi Sovak
One of, if not the, greatest benefits of living in Oregon, is the veritable plethora of amazing fruits, vegetables, mushrooms, and more that are available this time of year. The quality, and the abundance is amazing – many find special ways to celebrate this time of year, often referred to as “The Oregon Bounty.” In honor of the season, we are running a special lunch prix fixe at our restaurant featuring 100% Oregon ingredients from the estate and beyond. This recipe was the dessert from the most recent menu, it was requested by our facebook friends. View the current Oregon Bounty Lunch Prix Fixe Menu.