250 NW 13th Ave
Portland, OR 97209
Since September of 2000, Bluehour, in the Pearl District, has been Portland’s premier modern American restaurant. The dining room at Bluehour is modern & classically designed by renowned architect Brad Cloepﬁl, who also conceived the adjacent W+K headquarters. The space affords intimacy and conviviality in a labyrinth of corners. Bluehour was created with 16 foot tall dark-green drapery panels that move and change according to the desired mood and time of day.
Pamplin Family Winery
Pamplin Family Winery was founded to pursue a singular goal – to craft the finest Cabernet Sauvignon-based wines with grapes sourced from the top vineyards in the Columbia Valley Appellations of Horse Heaven Hills, Red Mountain, Rattlesnake Hills and Walla Walla Valley. The vision for this winery is a collaborative effort between Bob Pamplin and his son-in-law Art North, who both share a passion for great wine. We are a family-owned and operated winery, dedicated to handcrafting superior quality wines through uncompromising attention to detail in the vineyards and winery.
We are devoted in our focus to present only the finest wines for you to enjoy with your family and friends. We are, first and foremost, wine enthusiasts. As a result, we approach winemaking from a consumer perspective – handcrafting wines for true wine fans, not from a business-directed approach with specified annual production goals. We strive to provide wines that are profound expressions of the vintage without constraint. We assemble the best for each vintage regardless of vineyard, variety or case quantity goals. The end result of applying such high standards is extremely limited production, ultra premium wines.
Adega Northwest is a boutique urban winery showcasing fine hand-crafted European inspired wines. Located in Portland, Oregon, Adega Northwest is part of a growing and exciting movement of distinguished wineries producing wines in city environs. Owned by Winemaker Bradford Cowin and his business partner Darren Harris, the name Adega (wine cellar) pays homage to the winemaker’s Portuguese ancestry.