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Saginaw Vineyard Brings France to the Farm

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Saginaw crepes

photo: Saginaw Vineyard facebook page

Saginaw Vineyard will be featuring both sweet and savory crepes beginning Sunday, August 11 from 12-4 p.m. at the family farm.  Every Sunday, Vineyard owners-operators, Scott and Cheryl Byler, will pair french crepes with glasses of wine produced through their artisan wine making process. On the Sweet N’ Savory Sunday menu, a sweet option is the Blueberry Chèvre crepe, filled with goat cheese, Saginaw’s farm-grown blueberries, topped with a sweet-cream drizzle, pairing perfectly with the Estate Blueberry Wine. A savory crepe like the Jambon au Fromage, filled with honey ham and gruyere swiss, pairs with Saginaw’s 2010 Cabernet Franc.
Located in one of Cottage Grove’s historical barns, which was built in 1901, guests can order crepes at the bar in the tasting room, enjoy indoor seating by candlelight, or outdoor seating under the vineyard’s grand walnut tree. A 15-minute drive from downtown Eugene to this peaceful, scenic valley is all it takes to get there.
Live music will play until 2 p.m. with no cover. To kick-off the first Sunday, Saginaw will feature Bruce and Bryan, a soft, classic rock duo.
For the complete Sweet N’ Savory Sundays menu, go to saginawvineyard.com, or call 503.679.0579 for more information.