OHS Canines Uncorked: Wine Tasting Goes to the Dogs on July 28Comments Off
Eleven premier Oregon wineries are inviting the public to bring their dogs along for the most unique wine-tasting event of the year: Canines Uncorked. In addition to tastings at the North Willamette Vinter wineries, Canines Uncorked includes massages for dogs, pet-friendly ice-cream sundaes, canine couture fashions, an animal communicator to let you know how Fido is feeling, and much more. Best of all, 100% of proceeds benefit the animals at the Oregon Humane Society.
The featured wineries are: A Blooming Hill Vineyard, Apolloni Vineyards, David Hill Vineyards & Winery, Elk Cove Vineyards, Garden Vineyards, Helvetia Vineyards, Kramer Vineyards, Montinore Estate, Plum Hill Vineyards, SakeOne and Tualatin Estate Vineyards.
A $40 “License to Taste” provides a Passport and Wine Tour Guide that can be presented for a complimentary tasting at each winery. The Passport provides information about each winery and the special pet activities taking place as part of Canines Uncorked. 100% of the Passport fee benefits the animals at OHS
When: Saturday, July 28, 2012; 11 am – 4 pm
Where: Eleven participating wineries in the North Willamette Valley region
Cost: A $40 License to Taste Passport includes tastings at all 11 wineries, plus a host of dog-friendly activities at each location.
Purchase Tickets: Passports can be purchases online at http://www.oregonhumane.org/ through July 23. Passports can also be purchased the day of the event at Apolloni Vineyards, Elk Cove Vineyards, Montinore Estate, and Plum Hill Vineyards.
For More Information: For a list of activities at each winery, visit http://www.oregonhumane.org/
Pet Press event announcement courtesy the Oregon Humane Society (OHS)