UPDATE: All 50 winery spots have been filled and registration is now closed.
Trade, media and consumer event taking place on April 24
Oregon Wine is going to Los Angeles, and winery registration is now open!
As previously communicated, there are 50 winery spots available, which will be allocated by region in accordance with proportional annual harvested tonnage. The regions are:
- Willamette Valley (includes Portland wineries)
- Southern Oregon (Rogue and Umpqua valleys)
- Eastern Oregon (Columbia Gorge and Walla Walla Valley)
Registration by region is first-come, first-served. Any registrations exceeding a region’s allocation will be put on a wait list. Your spot at the event or on the waitlist will be confirmed by Feb. 1 at the latest, and payment will not be processed until your spot is confirmed.
Winemakers, owners and/or principals are strongly encouraged to attend to make the most out of opportunities to interact with decision-makers. As the primary trade members that will be recruited to attend are buyers from top restaurant and independent retail accounts, participation is most suitable for wineries that are already working with a distributor in the Southern California market. If you are seeking representation in the market, you are urged to plan well in advance to include meetings with prospective distributors during your trip.
Let’s join together to show L.A. all that Oregon wine has to offer
Date: Tuesday, April 24
Location: The Line Hotel, Los Angeles
Audience: Trade, Media and Consumers
11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. Master class seminar for 50 buyers,
led by OWB education manager Bree Boskov MW (invite only)
12:30 – 4:30 p.m. Walk-around trade and media tasting
6:30 – 9:00 p.m. Consumer tasting event (ticketed)
Cost Per Winery: $550