Events

Pre-Harvest Dinner

Minnick Hills grapes, for wine made at Dumas Station

Saturday, September 8th
6 p.m. – 8 p.m.

at Dumas Station

Come join us for a relaxed “Pre-Harvest Dinner” at the winery. We’ll have our winemaking equipment on display, and will give a brief tutorial and answer any questions you may have.  We promise we won’t put you to work!

Dinner will be catered by Grassroot Gourmet Catering Co. of Dayton, and we will have all of your favorite Dumas Station wines available by the glass and by the bottle.

Appetizers:

Assorted stuffed mushrooms
Bruschetta with rosemary roasted plum tomatoes, ricotta, prosciutto

Main Course:

Grilled pork tenderloin with peach poblano chutney
Fresh polenta with tomato concasee
Sweet onions and wilted greens

Dessert:

Salted caramel strawberry on vanilla mousse

To purchase tickets simply email info@DumasStation.com and let us know how many seats you would like. Limit of 32 guests. First-come, first-served. $35 wine club members / $45 guests. Price includes meal, one glass of wine, tax, and gratuity.

Fall Release Weekend

November 2 – 4, 2018
11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
at Dumas Station

It’s Fall Release Weekend in the Walla Walla Valley.  Harvest is in action, and you’ll be able to watch the creation of the 2018 vintage of wines.   If you’re lucky, we may even put you to work with a few punch-downs or pump-overs.  We’ll be releasing a few new wines, and Wine Club members will be able to pick up their allocations.

Holiday Barrel Weekend in the Walla Walla Valley

December 7 – 9, 2018
11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
at Dumas Station

In addition to our new releases from November, you’ll be able to sample some wines to be bottled next year–directly from the barrel.  Most of the wineries in Walla Walla are decorated for the holidays, making it a festive time of year in the Walla Walla Valley!

New Winemaker Tasting Series Event

Saturday, September 1
11:15 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

at Dumas Station

Introducing a new monthly event being held at Dumas Station.  After the overwhelming support of our Winemaker Tasting Series in April of last year, we decided to make this a monthly event for 2018.  Events are held on Saturdays from 11:15 a.m. – 12:15 p.m.

How does it work?
Someone from our wine making team will present on a topic, and you’ll taste wines that support our discussion.  This is a fun and lively event where questions are encouraged!  Wine Club members are invited to attend one session per year*, including 2 guests, included with their Wine Club membership.  For non-Wine Club members, the fee is $25.
To RSVP, Email us using this link

Dates – Topics
September 1 – A Vertical of Cabernet Sauvignon
December 8 – Food and Wine Pairing

Past Events

April 14 – A Vertical of Cabernet Franc
May 12 – Food and Wine Pairing
June 2 – A Vertical of Syrah
July 14 –  Learn to Taste Like a Sommelier

*Since this is an intimate event, we have to limit attendance to one session to allow all members the opportunity to attend.  If you would like to be added to the wait list for an event, just let us know!

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