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Tuesday, February 25, 2020


Seats: $150 per person

13 guests max




626 SE Main St,
Portland, Oregon 97214

Renata is located in the heart of Portland’s Central Eastside District, which is teeming with local artisans, hip eateries, and trendy shops. The location is readily accessible from every area of the city. Quickly becoming recognized as one of Portland’s top dining destinations, Renata remains true to its welcoming family-centric roots and neighborhood ethos. Every dish retains the authenticity of its Italian origin, layered with thoughtful and playful interaction from locally sourced ingredients.


Winery Partner

Rose & Arrow Estate

Willamette Valley, OR

Our name, Rose & Arrow Estate, speaks to our foundational belief in the pleasure of paradoxes, between opposing forces of love and war.


The “rose” and “arrow”, innately connected yet conflicting, each defined by the existence (or absence) of the other.

Our favorite wines make us appreciate the harmony of opposites: acid/sweet, simple/complex, solid rock/sprouting vine. The latter is where our narrative begins, as every great wine is ignited by unique tensions in the rock of its origin.

The beauty of wine originates in the connection between the vine and the soil (or, in our case, the rock). We spent years unearthing how nature creates our favorite wines, and found our answer buried in the hillsides of Willamette Valley: Tiny pleats of ancient volcanic rock, relics from 14 million years ago when rich lava formed new land atop the seabed of Western Oregon.

The vines in these seven parcels, planted in pleats of preserved mother rock, carry the character of the land in its most primitive form. Our winemakers, Louis Michel Liger-Belair and Felipe Ramirez, liberate the vines’ instincts to produce the Pinot Noirs we love. The resulting single-origin wines embody the pleasure of paradox: a light body with a depth of complex flavors, aromas, and textures. A universal history of the hills, and the singular story of each parcel’s erosion.

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