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And the winners of the 2015 Oregon Wine A-List Awards are…4 min read

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A-List LogoThe people have spoken, the votes were tallied and the winners of the 2015 Oregon Wine A-List Awards have been announced. Last fall, the Oregon Wine Board and the Oregon Wine Press asked for your help in choosing restaurants and sommeliers that go the extra mile, promoting Oregon wines. All the winners make the wines from our state a priority in their dining establishments.

“The Oregon Wine A-List Awards guide consumers to restaurants, both in-state and outside of Oregon, that promote and feature Oregon wines in concert with their menus and cuisines,” said Ellen Brittan, Oregon Wine Board chairwoman. “We’re very proud of each A-List Award winner’s commitment to Oregon wines.”

And the winners are…

Oregon Wine A-List Award Winners

(in alphabetical order within region)

Portland Metro

Allium

Bluehour

The Bent Brick

Bistro Maison

Davis Street Tavern

The Farm Café

Five Spice

Five 0 Three

The Heathman

Higgins

Imperial

Jake’s Crawfish

Meriwether’s

OBA

Paley’s Place

Park Kitchen

Portland City Grill

Roots

Salty’s on the Columbia

Urban Farmer

Veritable Quandary

Willamette Valley

1910 Main Bistro

Bentley’s Grill

The Blue Goat

Dundee Bistro

Joel Palmer House

JORY at the Allison

La Rambla

Marché

Nick’s Italian Café

Orupa

Painted Lady

Recipe

Red Hills Provincial Dining

Silver Grill

Subterra

Sybaris

Thistle

Tina’s

Columbia Gorge

Celilo

Nora’s Table

Riverside

Simon’s at the Columbia Gorge Hotel

Timberline Lodge

Coast and Central Oregon

Ariana

The Bay House

Bridgewater Bistro

The Gallery at Bandon Dunes

Greg’s Grill

Kayo’s

Redfish

Restaurant Beck

Stephanie Inn

Sunriver

Zydeco Kitchen

Southern Oregon

Alchemy

Bella Union

Jacksonville Inn

Kaleidoscope Pizza

Larks Peerless

Pomodori Bistro

Prospect Hotel

Rogue Regency Grill

Steamboat Inn

National

Artist Point (Orlando, FL)

Bern’s Steakhouse (Tampa, FL)

Bilbo Baggins (Alexandria, VA)

The Herbfarm (Woodinville, WA)

Twisted Cork (Omaha, NE)

International

Oregon Bar & Grill (Tokyo, Japan)

Norda Bar & Grill (Göteborg, Sweden)

One restaurant from each region will be chosen as the Regional Star winner and, of those Regional Star restaurants, one will be named as the Oregon Wine A-List Restaurant of the Year. All remaining winners, including the Oregon Wine A-List Sommelier of the Year, will be announced at the Oregon Wine Industry Awards Dinner in Portland, held on Tuesday, February 24th, during the Oregon Wine Symposium. Tickets for the Awards Dinner are $125 per person and may be purchased here.

Congratulations to all the winners!

To read more about the Oregon Wine A-List Awards, please read this previously published article.

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Michele Francisco

Michele Francisco, a founder and regular contributor to Winerabble, a blog primarily about Pacific Northwest wines, is living the dream in Portland, Oregon. Her passion leads some to believe she’s got wine running through her veins. Contact Michele at michele@winerabble.com & be sure to visit her online portfolio at www.michelefrancisco.com.

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