Wine Club Wine Dinner — March 26th at Ned Ludd’s Elder Hall

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Our annual spring wine club dinner will be held on Thursday, March 26th.
6pm arrival, dinner at 6:30.


Chef Jason French at Ned Ludd has come up with a very inspired menu to be prepared with 6 wines!

Featuring our 2009 Special Reserve and 2 New Release wines.

$78 per person. Advanced Reservations Required. Reserve your spot by by emailing me: with your number of guests and phone number, or better yet call us to assure your seat as you will need to call in your payment information. Please let us know if you have any dietary restrictions in advance!  I’m so excited to be participating with Ned Ludd this year.

amuse bouche
marinated olives, crudite with spring herb butter
2013 Luminous Hills Aura Rose; Welcome Wine 

first course
tartine of sheep’s cheese, greens, green olive crumble
2013 Seven of Hearts Chardonnay, Gran Moraine Vineyard

second course
rabbit roulade, spring greens, carrot sauce
2013 Seven of Hearts Cabernet Franc; New Release

third course
fennel roasted shrimp, fennel & radish salad, pea puree
2009 Seven of Hearts Special Reserve Pinot Noir, Library Selection

fourth course
beef hanger steak, smoked potatoes, sauce nero
2013 Seven of Hearts Syrah; New Release

fifth course
white chocolate cremeaux, wine stewed figs, chocolate crumb, shaved hazelnut
2012 Coupe’s Cuvee Pinot Noir Dessert Wine


For more information on Ned Ludd and their incredible cuisine visit We will be dining in Elder Hall, the gathering space behind Ned Ludd. The restaurant is conveniently located at 3925 NE Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Portland, OR 97212

* Payment must be made to secure reservation (within 24 hours of making reservation) call 503-852-0097. Single reservations are welcome!  Please note, that due to time limitations, we will do our best to accommodate cancellations.  Any cancellations after March 20th will not receive a refund unless members from the waiting list are able to attend.

Bob Wood – 2nd Edition Curmudgeon Cuvée

In Honor of Bob Wood
2013 Curmudgeon Cuvée Pick Up Party: March 7-8

This wine was created once again from the Armstrong Vineyard in the Ribbon Ridge AVA, which has particular significance to us as it was Bob Wood who introduced the vineyard to the winery.  This is a barrel selection drawn from top barrels from the vintage with the goal of creating a wine that Bob Wood have a particular appreciation of (we strive in the Curmudgeon Cuvée to make a wine that is a true abomination). The blend is a cuvée of partial barrels, including whole cluster fermented Pommard and a separate lot of co-fermented 114 and 667. As with the 2012 version, there are no new oak influences in the selections, and there will be an emphasis on elegance, aromatics, and ageability.

If you have purchased this wine, it is now ready for pickup. For those of you who have yet to buy this wine, we have a limited number of bottles remaining and will have it available for purchase in the tasting room.

The price of this wine is $42.00. For each bottle sold from a barrel of this wine, $21 will be donated to the Beaverton YMCA. Seven of Hearts will donate $5000 when all the wine is sold out.  Please note there are no magnums with this year’s offering. The Y is a charity, dedicated to youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. With programs from A to Z—like athletics to advocacy, dance classes to disease prevention, volleyball to volunteerism. At the Y everyone is provided the opportunity to participate in programs and services regardless of economic barriers. The Y’s volunteer driven Annual Campaign relies on generous gifts from private donors and local businesses. Last year the Beaverton Hoop YMCA awarded nearly $120,000 in scholarships to youth, families and adults right here in Washington County. 56% of the Y members and 20% of the Y’s program participants wouldn’t be able to enjoy the benefits of the Y without the financial assistance program.

Bob Wood

Grower of Armstrong Vineyard and good friend, Doug Ackerman, captured the essence of Bob Wood in three sentences: “He was fiercely loyal if he was your friend, and royal pain if not. I will miss his fanatical devotion to Oregon wine, his unbelievable support of our vineyard, his witty repartee, and his deep affection for my family. You will be missed.

Spring Events

Carlton Wine Trail Weekend: March 7-8


Curious about Carlton? We are participating in this weekend tasting event. Advanced tickets are $40 / person, or $50 at the door. You can purchase tickets here:

Or for more information, go to–1423960846–20

Oregon Chardonnay Symposium: March 14







We are honored to be featured at this year’s Oregon Chardonnay Symposium — Attack of the Clones. Tickets start at $50 for the Grand Tasting, and may be purchased here


Upcoming events at Seven of Hearts

Valentine’s Weekend Wine and Chocolate Flight

Join us for Valentine’s Weekend! Explore seven wines paired with seven savory and sweet nibbles that are sure to romance you. Including Hones Chocolates hand-made confectioneries! $15 per person (waived with 3 bottle purchase).

Valentine's Weekend