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Welcome to our seventh annual Uncorked Wine Auction! By joining us tonight, you are investing in the hope and future success of vulnerable children and families in our community. The challenges are greater than ever, so are the opportunities to make a real difference. Tonight is your chance to do just that! Thanks to our generous sponsors, all funds raised tonight directly support our mission – “Keeping Children Safe and Families Together.” Have a wonderful evening and thank you for being here. Cheers! Pamela Abernethy President, Board of Directors

Patrice Altenhofen Executive Director

TABLE OF CONTENTS The Evening’s Program


Family Building Blocks


Wineries and Brewery


Tasting Wines and Brew


Guest Chefs




Silent Auction Floorplan


Auction Purchase Guidelines


Silent Auction


Live Auction


Special Thanks Donors and Sponsors




Welcome to the 7th Annual Uncorked Wine Auction

05. 17. 2014 5:00

Wine Tasting Reception with Featured Winemakers, Brewery, Guest Chefs & Silent Auction

6:30 Silent Auction Closes


Gourmet, Multi-Course Dinner Paired with Premier Wines


Live Auction featuring World Class Wines & Luxury Adventures

9:00 Live music courtesy of “DesignBand”

Please remember to drink responsibly and drive responsibly.



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Keeping Children Safe and Families Together Family Building Blocks is a child abuse and neglect prevention program that helps more than 1,000 children a year. We work to break the intergenerational cycle of child abuse and neglect by providing services for high-risk families that have children six weeks to five years old.

We promote healthy child development and support parents’ success through: • Therapeutic classes for children • Parent training • Educational home visits • Respite care • Family nights • Crisis response • Parent-child interaction groups • Clothing closet & food bank • Referrals to community resources

More children are impacted by abuse and neglect in Oregon than juvenile diabetes, autism and all forms of childhood cancer combined. Children’s Trust Fund of Oregon Foundation Preserving Childhood Report, 2013



The Best Solution to Child Abuse and Neglect is to PREVENT IT


of the children enrolled in our prevention programs were able to live safely with their parents, thus avoiding abuse, neglect, and foster care. (2013)

We Save Money & Lives $95,000

Potential long-term savings generated by Family Building Blocks’ prevention services:

$28,000 $7,500 FBB Therapeutic classrooms

Foster care

Youth correctional facility

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return for every dollar invested in high quality early childhood programs such as FBB

FAMILY BUILDING BLOCKS Board - of Directors Pamela Abernethy, President

Judge in Residence, Oregon Juvenile Court Improvement Program

Brian Johnston, President-Elect Dallas Glass & Window

Jason Herber, Past President True Private Wealth Advisors

Conrad Venti, Secretary

Pioneer Trust Bank/Venti’s Cafe

Gerry Hoots, Treasurer

Hoots, Baker & Wiley, PC

Dave Alcorn, Portland General Electric Ross Carey, US Bank Wally Carson, Retired, Oregon Supreme Court Chris Casebeer, Ferder, Casebeer, French & Thompson, LLP Bryn Coelho, Coelho Winery Stefanie Collier, Community Service Leslie Dinsdale, Community Service Walt Edmonds, Retired, Oregon Court of Appeals Lisa Farrow, Blue Pacific Vacation Rentals Deana Freres, Community Service Jose Gonzalez, Tu Casa Real Estate Levi Herrera-Lopez, Mano a Mano Todd Holcomb, Encore Glass Anita Kennedy, COUNTRY Financial Sophia Macaitis, Community Service Nancy MacMorris-Adix, Salem Nurse-Midwives Wes McWhorter, Premier Remodeling & Design Jeff Moore, Saalfeld Griggs PC Jerry Moore, Salem Police Chief Sue Moore, Umpqua Bank Melanie Ronai, M.D., Salem Pediatric Clinic Jody Rowell, Community Service Rich Schultz, Cherry City Metals Sam Skillern, Salem Leadership Foundation R. Taylor, Instructor, Chemeketa Comm. College Sarah Westfall, Community Service Dick Withnell, Withnell Motor Company

Patrice Altenhofen, Executive Director 503.566.2132 Chelsea’s Place 2425 Lancaster Drive NE Salem, Oregon 97305 Gracie’s Place 1135 Edgewater Street NW Salem, Oregon 97304 Doris’s Place 383 N. 3rd Avenue Stayton, Oregon 97383

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Alexana Estate Vineyards and Winery was born of a chance meeting between veteran Oregon winemaker Lynn PennerAsh and Dr. Madaiah Revana, owner of Revana Family Vineyard in California’s Napa Valley. With the help of PennerAsh, Dr. Revana acquired the uniquely situated 80acre estate located on the Northwestern edge of the Dundee Hills AVA in the spring of 2005. This property’s unique composition of 18 various marine sedimentary and volcanic soil types make it the perfect place for Alexana to continue Revana’s commitment to producing exceptional estate grown wines. Each vineyard block of Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Riesling and Chardonnay is individually cultivated in a celebration of the property’s diverse soils, clonal selections and microclimates using LIVE certified sustainable farming practices. In the cellar, Winemaker Bryan Weil carries out Penner-Ash’s minimalist approach to winemaking by focusing on small lot fermentations in a recently completed 3-story gravity flow winery. A Gold LEED-Certified tasting room is now open to the public daily and private tours are available by appointment.



Bethel Heights Vineyard is a family-owned and operated winery located in the historic Eola Hills northwest of Salem. Brothers Ted and Terry Casteel and their wives, Pat Dudley and Marilyn Webb, established the vineyard in 1977 and released their first wines in 1984. Over the past several years Bethel Heights has expanded to include second-generation leadership and ownership. Terry and Marilyn’s son, Ben Casteel, now helms the winemaking team, and Ted and Pat’s daughter, Mimi Casteel, is the general manager and viticulturist. Other family members are involved with various aspects of the business, truly making Bethel Heights a family affair. Planted between 1977 and 1979, Bethel Heights was one of the first vineyards in the Eola Hills. The estate vineyard encompasses 50 planted acres of Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, Pinot Gris, and Pinot Blanc, and the family also owns adjacent Justice Vineyard, planted between 1999 and 2001 to 20 acres of Pinot Noir. In 2008, the family purchased nearby Ingram Lane Vineyard, with 22 acres planted to Pinot Noir, Chardonnay, and Riesling. The winery produces 13,000 cases of premium wine annually, specializing in own-rooted, old-vine Pinot Noir and Chardonnay. Aromatic white varieties including Pinot Gris, Pinot Blanc, Gewürztraminer, Riesling, and Grüner veltliner sourced from both the estate vineyard and other Oregon sites round out the Bethel Heights portfolio. The family is known for its generous service to the Oregon wine industry over the years. They have long demonstrated leadership in building sustainability and stewardship of the land into all aspects of growing grapes and making fine wine.



FOLLOW THE RABBIT TO FIND A PORTUGEUSE WINEMAKING LEGACY Portuguese wine has long been considered the best-kept secret of Europe. Winemaking techniques of Portugal have been influenced by the Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Greeks, and originated with the Romans. Coelho Winery is proud to bring this long winemaking legacy to Amity, Oregon. COELHO (KOO-AL-yoo) Portuguese translation: Rabbit WINE ANCESTRY Dave’s father, Joe Coelho, best enjoyed wine surrounded by loved ones. A dairyman, Joe made Portuguese wine for family and friends, instilling a love and appreciation for the wine experience in Dave. Deolinda’s grandfather, José (Joe) Serpa was a carpenter who made wine in the family basement. Legend is that one of his kids siphoned wine for friends to enjoy. Finding the wine quite tasty, the boys were found the next morning, the siphon still in the barrel, sleeping on the basement floor bringing an end to Joe’s winemaking. THE COELHO FAMILY Today the Coelho family is involved in all aspects of Coelho wines. If Dave and Deolinda are not at Coelho Winery in downtown Amity, you can find them working at the vineyard, volunteering in the community, cooking large family dinners, passing on their passion for wine, or beating their children and grandchildren at cards. The Coelho children all play a part in Coelho Winery’s successes as well. Sons David and Samuel Coelho actively participate in the daily operations and management of the winery. David, head winemaker, joined the winery full-time in the summer of 2010, learning how to create premium wine from his parents. Samuel, director of marketing, sales, and brand development departments, joined the winery fulltime in 2009. His position takes him to all corners of the United States and world, as Coelho Winery increasingly becomes a symbol of premium Pinot Noir on an international level. Stephanie Johnson and Jeanne Coelho, the Coelho sisters, live outside the Willamette Valley, but continue to be valuable assets to the winery.



Paul and Eileen Gerrie established Cristom Vineyards in 1992. They had been attending the IPNC for years, and there developed a passion for Pinot Noir. Present from the beginning were winemaker Steve Doerner and vineyard manager Mark Feltz, both arriving with prior knowledge of Pinot Noir. The estate has 60 acres in vine, which are planted primarily to four distinct Pinot Noir vineyards named for Gerrie family matriarchs. Hallmarks of Cristom’s winemaking are a large percentage of whole clusters, native yeast fermentation, and minimal handling throughout the winemaking process. Estate Pinot Gris, Estate Viognier and Estate Syrah make up the balance of their 13,000 case production.



Dobbes Family Estate is a dream come true for owner and winemaker, Joe Dobbes, and the embodiment of over 25 years of winemaking experience. Joe began his career apprenticing with wine masters in Germany and France, then applying his skills to crafting wine for several esteemed Oregon wineries. In 2002, Joe created Wine By Joe, LLC, a multi-tiered business that produces three brands: Dobbes Family Estate, Wine By Joe, and Jovino. Dobbes Family Estate promises wines of distinction that represent a true expression of the finest varietals in Oregon. The wines are handcrafted to exhibit unparalleled quality and sophistication by marrying the elements of Nature, Nurture, and Artistry. The winemaking objectives are to craft wines true to their varietal character with as much depth, richness, and flavor as possible without sacrificing balance and elegance. Dobbes Family Estate produces superb Pinot Noir and French-style Syrah. In addition to crafting a beautiful dry Viognier, Joe Dobbes is the first and only Oregon producer to bottle a 100 percent Grenache Blanc.



Located on Hwy 99W on the outskirts of Salem, Left Coast Cellars produces award-winning, estate-grown Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Chardonnay, Pinot Blanc and Viognier with a focus on sustainability, ranging from solar power to organic farming. Driving up the long, winding road, the Left Coast landscape is comprised of lovingly cultivated gardens, fields of wild flowers, old growth white oak trees and meticulously tended vines on the 356 acre estate. The renowned latitude 45 Pinot Noir is named for the parallel that runs through this designate block. 2008 brought the release of new single vineyard varieties, including the Truffle Hill Wadenswil clone and Right Bank Pommard clone Pinot Noirs. Additionally the Truffle Hill orchard is planted for the cultivation of European truffles. The Tasting Room and Farm Fresh Market offers wine by the glass alongside homemade soups, sandwiches, local meats and cheeses, organic chicken and duck eggs with garden-grown seasonal delights for al fresco dining in the summer months. Open Daily, 11 am-5 pm, please visit for more info.



Mahonia Vineyard is a sustainably farmed, family-owned vineyard located in the Willamette Valley foothills south of Salem, Oregon. For over 25 years, they have specialized in producing high quality Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris and Chardonnay wine grapes which are sold to some of the most celebrated winemakers in the Willamette Valley. Each year, they hold back a few tons of their best fruit and work with local winemaker Chris Berg (Roots Wine & Vineyard) in order to create limited bottlings of ‘honest wine’–wine that represents the unique habitat of their vineyard site; their values; and their commitment to producing high quality wines at affordable prices. They generate solar power, use locally produced biodiesel, are Salmon Safe and LIVE Certified, and were one of the first vineyards in Oregon to become Carbon Neutral. Their definition of profit includes giving back to Oregon communities, especially through programs benefitting children such as Family Building Blocks, and those benefitting the environment such as SOLV.



Making great Pinot Noir is a labor of love - and can be a difficult process. The right clones have to grow in the right location with the right climate. The wine must be made in the style that allows the grapes to express the qualities of the site and soil. Redhawk strives to produce expressive and refined wines that speak to the quality and nuance of vineyards throughout the Willamette Valley. Redhawk Winery is a family affair, and tasting is always fun and informal. Redhawk strives to produce small quantities of outstanding yet reasonablly priced wines. They grow premium quality Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, Dolcetto and Riesling, and have other varietals available for tasting and purchase. Enjoy wine tasting, take in the breathtaking view of the Valley, or picnic in the park. Redhawk welcomes visitors to their tasting room 11-5 daily - year round. “Come share this beautiful setting with us.� - John & Betty Pataccoli, Redhawk Owners



Sineann, with winemaker Peter Rosback, is a small producer of highly intense wine in Yamhill County, Oregon. Sineann sources fruit from some of the best vineyards in the region; Pinot Noir and Pinot Gris from the Willamette Valley and the Hood River Valley, Cabernet, Merlot and Zinfandel from the Columbia Valley, Gewurztraminer from the Willamette Valley and the Columbia Gorge. Sineann has even started making wine from the Napa Valley. Their growers have great pride in the grapes they provide. Almost all the wines are vineyard designated. No expense is spared in the pursuit of great wine. Crop levels are kept very low, one to three tons per acre. Winemaking is meticulous. All fruit is hand-sorted, delicately de-stemmed, punched down by hand, gently pressed and gravity-racked. The wines are aged in new and one-year old French oak. The bottom line is, Sineann strives to make great wine. It’s the only kind of wine that makes it onto their dinner table. It’s exciting to make and gratifying to share. They believe that food and drink, lovingly prepared, make for happier and healthier people.



St. Innocent was founded in 1988 by its winemaker and president, Mark Vlossak. They produce small lots of handmade, vineyard-designated wine from some of the best sites in the Willamette Valley. Since their founding, they have grown from 600 cases that first year to a current production of 8-10,000 cases, yet each wine is still handcrafted in the very same manner. Year after year, St. Innocent Winery has received recognition from throughout the country and around the world for its outstanding Pinot Noir, beautifully-crafted white wines, and fair pricing. Mark’s raison d’etre is to produce wines that reflect their terroir, the specific qualities of the vintage, and his vision of wine’s place in life: to complement and extend the pleasure of food. To accomplish his goal, he picks fully ripe fruit at the point of maximum complexity and ferments the fruit to extract the exact balance of flavor and tannins desired. This produces wines that display their unique fruit character as well as secondary flavors specific to the terroir of the site: spice, pepper, mushroom, earth, etc. The result is wines with higher acid levels and diverse yet harmonizing flavors.



Trinity is a small familyowned and operated vineyard and tasting room located in the historic Jory Hills South of Salem. Steve and Cindy Parker along with their daughter Kristen established the vineyard in 1998 and planted it all in three different clones of Pinot Noir, hence the name Trinity. The first wines were released in 2006, which included our 2004 Estate Pinot Noir and 2004 Pinot Gris. Producing only about a thousand cases a year allows Trinity the opportunity to focus on small batch, handcrafted wines that are true to their varietal characteristics. Farming the densely planted vineyard by hand, and utilizing sustainable low–impact farming practices, along with the red clay volcanic soils predominate in the area, produce some beautifully rich and complex fruit. In addition to Pinot Noir, fruit is sourced from Washington State to produce Viognier, Grenache and Sangiovese.



Willamette Valley Vineyards has been producing high quality, sustainably grown Pinot Noir and other coolclimate varieties since 1983 – earning the distinction as “One of America’s Great Pinot Noir Producers” by Wine Enthusiast Magazine and “2011 Winery of the Year” from Wine & Spirits Magazine. Willamette Valley Vineyard’s mission is to create elegant, classic Oregon wines from the Willamette Valley Appellation while serving as stewards of the land. Founder Jim Bernau believes we are rewarded with wines that taste better when made from naturally grown wine grapes. Tending the vines by hand and using minimalist winemaking techniques in small-batch fermentations, they strive to capture the unique sense of place that comes from their soils. They were the first to use natural cork in their bottles certified by the Rainforest Alliance to Forest Stewardship Council standards and offer 10 cents for any wine bottle returned to the tasting room for recycling. To reduce their carbon footprint, all company tractors and delivery vehicles run on biofuel – and they offer up to 50 gallons a month free to employees for commuting to work. Willamette Valley Vineyards wines have been served at the White House, the James Beard House, and they are available at some the finest restaurants and wine shops throughout the world.



Meet Dad, Lee, along with sons, Mike, Nick, and Matt. The Radtke’s have called Salem ‘home’ for decades so it only made sense to make their dream of building a microbrewery happen in the heart of the city. With what began in 2005 as three brothers home-brewing at the family residence, turned into so much more. Before they knew it, they were needing larger and more equipment. That’s when Lee decided to jump in. The art of being a designer craftsman has run in the family, generation after generation; especially in metalwork. So when the brothers needed a larger masher, Lee built one for them. This continued until 2009 when they had decided to establish Gilgamesh Brewing. With help from family and friends alike, Lee, Mike, Nick, and Matt have successfully built what is now called Gilgamesh- The Campus. The Campus is home to a new full-service and family-friendly restaurant pub with the beloved and much larger brewery attached. When you enter you will notice that the majority of the metal fabrication and woodwork that you see was handcrafted by the owners. The restaurant also keeps many products local. For example, you will only find locally distilled spirits and wine. Within the last several months Gilgamesh Brewing has begun their newest adventure- bottling. You can find 22oz bottles of Mamba, Oedupis IPA, Vader and Hopscotch at many of your local grocery stores and bottle shops.


TASTING WINES Alexana Estate Vineyards and Winery 12001 NE Worden Hill Road • Newberg, Oregon 97132 • 503.537.3100

2011 Alexana Winery Revana Vineyard Pinot Noir

The 2011 Estate Grown Pinot Noir is a delicious, youthful wine exhibiting all of the exuberance of the “Revana Vineyard.” Bright red fruit aromas of bing cherry and cranberry give way to complex notes of smoky black tea, violets and coffee grounds. On the palate, blackberries and currants intermingle nicely with subtle flavors of tobacco and anise. The 2011 is a delicately balanced wine that finishes with exceptional clarity and length. This wine will age gracefully for the next 7-10 years.

2012 Alexana Winery Willamette Valley Chardonnay

Elegant and refined offering lemongrass, fig, cream and wet stone notes around a vibrant core. The 2012 Chardonnay is lively and restrained with subtle mineral flavors and a touch of well-integrated oak. A balanced, rounded mouth feel gives way to long, creamy finish.


TASTING WINES Bethel Heights Vineyard 6060 Bethel Heights Road NW • Salem, Oregon 97304 • 503.581.2262

2011 Bethel Heights Estate Pinot Noir

Aromas of raspberries and black currant, with subtle hints of rhubarb, sandalwood, clove and black pepper. The wine finishes with bright acidity and fine-grain tannins.

2011 Bethel Heights Casteel Pinot Noir

The wine opens with aromas of caramel, black currant, and almond, with breezy undercurrents of celery seed and balsam. Flavors of cherry and new strawberries develop on the palate over lively acidity, with more subtle mint and cinnamon flavors emerging as the wine warms in the mouth. Finegrained tannins lend the wine breadth and power.

2012 Bethel Heights Æolian Pinot Noir

Aromas of black berry, black currant, plum and sandalwood over hints of orange zest and pine resin. On the palate, flavors of black cherry and blueberry with hints of black pepper and oak spice. These flavors meld over a dense core of nervy acidity and fine-grained tannins, giving the wine both tension and vivacity. This wine has the concentration to age gracefully over the next 10 years.

2012 Bethel Heights Estate Chardonnay

Aromas of honeydew melon, white peach, and lemon verbena with hints of star anise, nutmeg, and white pepper. The palate features flavors of banana and lemon zest with a hint of mid-palate salinity, and bright acidity that carries the wine to a long, graceful finish.


TASTING WINES Coelho Winery 111 5th Street • Amity, Oregon 97101 • 503.835.9305

2011 Coelho Winery Paciência “Coelho Estate Vineyard” Pinot Noir

The 2011 Paciência Pinot Noir comes out of the glass with a nose of eucalyptus and herbs coupled with dark red berry, blackberry and boysenberry. The front of the palate starts off with light cherry and pomegranate, transitioning into a mild herb mid-palate, and finishing with earthy notes. The acid balances with the subtle tannins in this lovely finesse driven Pinot Noir.

2011 Coelho Winery Tradição Portuguese Red Blend

This traditional blend of Portuguese varietals represents the heart and soul of Coelho. This is a bright, ruby colored wine that permeates with dark cherry, ripe raspberry and sweet herb aromas. The bright fruit in the front palate mingles nicely with the herbs in the middle and the peppery spice on the finish gives a punch that matches very well with its balanced acid and tannin. It calls to be enjoyed with close friends and family over a hearty and fulfilling meal.

2013 Coelho Winery Renovação “Coelho Estate Vineyard” Pinot Gris

The 2013 Renovação Pinot Gris approaches you with a beautiful nose that includes aromas of baked pear, white peach and elderflower. The palette starts soft with honeyed melon followed by bright, crisp acidity and a lush mouth-feel. Flavors of ripe yellow peach and slight citrus follow the acidity, ending with a warm lingering finish.


TASTING WINES Cristom Vineyards 6905 Spring Valley Road NW • Salem, Oregon 97304 • 503.375.3068

2011 Cristom Vineyards Sommers Reserve Pinot Noir Willamette Valley

Sourced primarily from the four estate Pinot Noir vineyards, Sommers Reserve is crafted in the same style as the single-vineyard wines. It is an elegant combined expression of the Cristom estate Pinot Noir vineyards, with complexity added by small amounts of fruit from top sites in the Willamette Valley. Sommers Reserve was known as ‘Cristom Reserve’ until 2004, when Paul added ‘Sommers’ to honor his paternal grandmother, Jessie Sommers.

2011 Cristom Vineyards Louise Vineyard Pinot Noir Eola-Amity Hills

This 9.5 acre site is the oldest of the estate vineyards, which they began planting in 1993. It is planted at the high density of 2300 vines per acre. The volcanic soils are predominantly of the Ritner type. It is the lowest elevation hillside vineyard. Curiously, the parking lot block of Louise is often the first vineyard to be harvested at Cristom and the upper block of Louise is often harvested last because it lies in a sun shadow just below the woodland on their hillside.

2012 Cristom Vineyards Estate Viognier

Viognier was planted at Cristom in 1993—making it among—if not, the oldest Viognier plantings in the Willamette Valley. Fermented in a combination of neutral barrels and stainless steel barrels, this 4 acre vineyard produces a restrained style of Viognier that has varietal character but is more ‘racy’ than most domestic Viognier.


TASTING WINES Dobbes Family Estate 240 SE 5th Street • Dundee, Oregon 97115 • 503.538.1141

2010 Dobbes Family Estate Fortmiller Syrah

This young Syrah steps boldly forward as it journeys toward aged balance. Well equipped for the trip it boasts a variety of complex oak aromas; cocoa, vanilla, coconut and caramel which lay a foundation to support the dark fruited cherry, plum and fig accents in addition to hints of savory herbs. Structured tannins frame a full body and mouthfeel filled with cherry, dried plum and blueberry along with continued oak characters mirroring the aroma. An ample acid thread ties the whole package together and provides excellent direction to successful ageing which will integrate tannins, soften structure and calmly weave oak and fruit.

2011 Dobbes Family Estate Patricia’s Cuvee Pinot Noir

Purple-garnet with characters of berries, cherries, cocoa, vanilla and spice; a long finish and clean acidity.

2012 Dobbes Family Estate Grenache Blanc

Tropical, citrus and stone fruit aromas and flavors with oak nuances and clean acidity balanced by light to medium body with a long finish.


TASTING WINES Left Coast Cellars 4225 N Pacific Highway West • Rickreall, Oregon 97371 • 503.831.4916

2006 Left Coast Cellars Chardonnay

With apple pie spices and notes of lemon meringue, the rich enticing nose of this Chardonnay hints at the complexity beyond. A melting pot of lemon verbena, white nectarine, apple and quince, the round palate stretches to a lingering finish of toffee caramel and vanilla bean. 234 cases produced.

2009 Left Coast Cellars Truffle Hill Pinot Noir

The second bottling of the crowd-pleasing, cool climate Swiss Wädenswil clone Pinot Noir. Creamy caramel, coffee and smoke swirl on the nose, then luscious red berries and cassis jump into a soft and lengthy finish. 114 cases produced.

2013 Left Coast Cellars White Pinot Noir

The third edition of White Pinot Noir is even more dazzling than the first two! Perfumed with fresh aromas and mirrored flavors of Rainer cherry, peach and poached pear. Rich and broad with bright, balancing acidity on the palate and a lingering mineral finish.1562 cases produced


TASTING WINES Mahonia Vineyards 4985 Battle Creek Rd SE • Salem, Oregon 97302 • 503.585.8789

2012 Mahonia Vineyard Pinot Gris

Winemaker: Chris Berg, Roots Wine Co, Carlton, OR. The 2012 Pinot Gris has an expressive nose, supple texture and inherent tropical aromas. Essences of jasmine and straight lined flintiness enhance this friendly and quaffable Oregon Gris. 225 cases produced.

2012 Mahonia Vineyard Chardonnay

Winemaker: Chris Berg, Roots Wine Co, Carlton, OR. Aromas of honeysuckle, golden apple skin, mandarin and dried apricot lead into a more subtle mineral character on the palate, finishing clean and crisp. A very crisp and vibrant Macon-styled Chardonnay. 115 cases produced.

2013 Mahonia Vineyard Rosé of Pinot Noir

Winemaker: Chris Berg, Roots Wine Co, Carlton, OR. A true joy to behold, the 2013 Rose of Pinot Noir has beautiful texture and integrated acidity. Flavors of watermelon, peach, white plum help to create a fun wine that is both elegant and delicious. 156 cases produced.


TASTING WINES Redhawk 2995 Michigan City Rd NW • Salem, OR 97304 • 503.362.1596

2012 Redhawk Vineyard and Winery Red

This unusual blend exhibits vivid berry aromas, a lively mouth feel, and sweet plum and ripe cherry flavors. The ample acidity shows on the long coffee tinged finish. (68% Cabernet Sauvignon, 27% Mourvedre, 5% Sangiovese)

2012 Redhawk Vineyard and Winery Pinot Noir Willamette Valley

This is a full bodied wine with a mouth coating core of dried cherry and raspberry flavors. Fine grain tannins and hints of vanilla and earth carry through the finish.

2013 Redhawk Vineyard and Winery Pinot Gris

Their newest Pinot Gris is a lean and taut wine with their typical flavor profile: green apple, honeydew, and tart apricot. The wine shows some body in the mid-palate and finishes crisp and dry.

2013 Redhawk Vineyard and Winery Pinot Noir Rosé

This is a crisp and dry rosé with a floral nose and strawberry flavors with hints of cherry, kiwi and citrus. A great sipper or pair with any lighter summer fare.


TASTING WINES Sineann Winery 8448 Champoeg Road • St. Paul, OR 97137 • 503.341.2698

2011 Sineann Winery Oregon Pinot Noir

2011 Oregon Pinot Noir has notes of earth, spice, red and black cherry on the nose which follow onto the palate. Elegant fruit with balance acidity provides a long finish, a perfect companion to many foods, including lamb and duck.

2011 Sineann Winery Columbia Valley Cabernet Sauvignon

The 2011 Columbia Valley Cabernet has cedar, cigar box, pepper and clove dominate the nose, with undercurrents of cassis, black cherries, and dark chocolate on the palate. A great match for beef dishes.

2013 Sineann Winery White Table Wine

The 2013 White Table Wine is 100% Sauvignon Blanc from Marlborough, New Zealand. A racy nose loaded with the classic signatures of Marlborough Sauvignon Blanc. Crisp, clean, racy acidity makes this a fantastic accompaniment to fish dishes, shellfish, casseroles, and cheeses.


TASTING WINES St. Innocent Winery 5657 Zena Road NW • Salem, Oregon 97304 • 503.378.1526

2012 St. Innocent Winery Freedom Hill Chardonnay

The 2012 Freedom Hill Chardonnay has a detailed and focused nose of apples and pears with spice and ripe citrus notes. Fresh stone fruit flavors are balanced by bright acidity and layers of stoniness - both river stones and the “stone” of a peach. These flavors extend across the palate and the minerality broadens into the finish. The combination of layered fruit, length, and complex undercurrent of minerality makes it a good match for richer white meat dishes. Match with rich fishes, wild birds, risottos and cheeses. Drinkable at release, it will develop over 8 years.

2012 St. Innocent Winery Villages Cuvée Pinot Noir

The 2012 Villages Cuvée Pinot Noir reflects the signature of Oregon’s 2012 vintage: very full-flavored, texturally rich wines that have immediate appeal as well as the structure to age. The percentage of fruit from Vitae Springs Vineyard increased in 2012 giving it a broader signature of red fruits with a fresh, juicy acidity. It has a nose rich with red and dark fruit, spices, and dark flowers. It is layered in the mouth with sweet cherry and red berry flavors with pepper, spice, and dark floral notes. The Villages Cuvée will benefit from being opened and decanted for 1-2 hours. Bottled in September 2013, it is very approachable now and can be aged up to 6 years to gain complexity. Its freshness and depth of flavor make it a great match for a wide variety of medium-flavored preparations.

2013 St. Innocent Winery Oeil de Perdrix, Pinot Noir, Zenith Vineyard

The 2013 Oeil de Perdrix is straw colored with only the faintest hint of pink. Aromas of peach, apricot and plums are mixed with spring floral notes. Flavors of fresh, juicy peach and plum are balanced with just a touch of sweetness to balance its vibrant acidity. This is the perfect wine to pair with your summertime picnic in the park. Enjoy with potato salad, cold chicken, burgers, grilled fish or veggies.


TASTING WINES Trinity Vineyards 1031 Wahl Lane S • Salem, OR 97306 • 503. 371.6977

2007 Trinity Vineyards Pinot Noir

Elegant, yet youthfully fresh with vibrant notes of crushed cherry and cranberries on the nose. Similarly luscious red cherry flavors are punchy, with notes of raspberry and spice on the mid-palate and finish.

2012 Trinity Vineyards Viognier

A fruit-forward bouquet of fresh peach and juicy pear with secondary aromatics of night-blooming jasmine and gardenia immediately emerge in the glass. Well-balanced with a crisp acidity and minerality, this drier-style viognier bursts with flavors of tropical fruits, ending with a long pineapple finish. This wine is best paired with spicy Middle Eastern, Thai, or Indian entrees.

2013 Trinity Vineyards Pinot Gris

A delightfully aromatic nose of fresh pears and citrus fruits unfold into an elegant and balanced framework of bright acidity and minerality. The finish is clean and crisp.


TASTING WINES Willamette Valley Vineyards 8800 Enchanted Way SE • Turner, Oregon 97392 • 503.588.9463

2010 Willamette Valley Vineyards Elton Pinot Noir

One of Oregon’s top ten vineyards, Elton Vineyard is owned by Dick and Betty O’Brien. They planted the vineyard, beginning in 1983 on land inherited from Betty’s parents, Elton and Peggy Ingram, hence the name Elton Vineyard and the address Ingram Lane. This wine opens with rich aromas of blackberry, marionberry and cherry cola, followed by earthy notes of mushroom, forest floor and rose petal. Flavors mirror aromas leading with lively cherry, black fruit and cassis. Smooth tannins and bright acidity create a rich mouthfeel and well-rounded body that leads to the mouthwatering cherry finish. Peak drinkability is 2013-2016.

2010 Willamette Valley Vineyards Dijon Clone Chardonnay

This elegant and refreshing Dijon Clone Chardonnay shows rich, smooth aromas of lemongrass, honeysuckle and coconut cream with a hint of brown sugar. The balanced acidity is highlighted by flavors of butterscotch and caramel apple. A creamy mouthfeel is complimented by a clean and crisp pie crust finish that lingers on the palate, inviting another sip.

2012 Willamette Valley Vineyards Pinot Gris

This wine opens with a ripe aromatic profile of honeydew melon, juicy pear and a layer of intricate floral lemongrass. The palate has enticing flavors of sweet orange blossom and lemon zest. A clean entry and round mouthfeel complement the fruit and bright, lingering acidity. The finish satisfyingly lingers, inviting another sip. Peak drinkability is 2013-2015.


BREW Gilgamesh Brewing 2065 Madrona Ave SE • Salem, Oregon 97302 • 503.385.1128


IBU:1, ABV:6.5% A unique malt beverage defined by black tea, bergamot, tangerine peel and rye. Mamba is light-flavored and smooth-bodied with a taste that can only speak for itself.

Oedipus IPA

IBU:60, ABV: 6.4% A complex northwest IPA brewed with a family secret blend of hops. It’s auburn body is balanced with a light bitterness and defined by its citrus and passionfruit flavors.

DJ Jazzy Hef

IBU:9, ABV: 5.4% A light-bodied, American-style hefeweizen with a late jasmine addition. This satisfying beer has a notable floral aroma and doesn’t need a lemon.



135 Liberty Street N. • Salem, Oregon Diana Ramallo fell into the world of food quite by accident. A professional kitchen was not where she thought she would end up but it’s twenty years later and she is still enjoying being a chef. For Diana, food is a creative process but also an expression and offering of love. It is a way of using different ingredients creatively to produce something that tastes amazing but also makes the recipient come away with a feeling of having been nurtured. Diana has always had an intuitive sense about flavor profiles and the way in which they best come together and had them further honed by a classical culinary education. For the western world, a basis in French culinary techniques is the jumping off point for creative composition and while her menu at the Amadeus is considered eclectic, it employs much of what is good and true about French cuisine; fresh ingredients, locally sourced, cooked upon order. A la minute cooking (cooked upon order) is de riguer at Amadeus and while it may take a little longer the results in terms of freshness of flavor are well worth it.



2065 Madrona Ave. SE • Salem, Oregon Chef Ashton Gentzler grew up in the Willamette Valley’s farm region surrounded by quality meats and produce. He learned to keep things simple and use fresh ingredients from the garden by cooking with his grandmother. His grandmother’s love of preserving, sausage making and “Farm to Fork” style food stuck with him from an early age. This early experience in the kitchen inspired him to attend the International Culinary School in Seattle, Washington. He has worked and learned from accomplished chefs in Seattle, including Le Pichet and Restaurant Zoe. He learned many classical and new school cooking techniques during this time. Ashton returned to the Willamette Valley and his family farm and began working at The Campus at Gilgamesh Brewing. Working with Gilgamesh Brewing has given him the opportunity to showcase his love of local ingredients. Creating simple, yet fun food and this time- beer is in the mix. Gilgamesh Brewing is determined to get their hands on some of the best local ingredients, as well as using family-run businesses. This means local bakers, meats, farms and purveyors are found all over their menu. With a love of beer and food, returning to the Willamette Valley was Chef Ashton’s best idea yet.



1130 Wallace Road NW • Salem, Oregon Classically trained in French cuisine, Chef Kristoffer Spencer spent a year working at Thomas Keller’s Michelin starred restaurant “Bouchon” and “ad hoc” in the Napa Valley. Kris returned to the bounty of the northwest to work with Silverton’s Jeff Nizlek of The Silver Grille. After years of learning from a master of northwest and world cuisine, he left to pursue running his own kitchen at Roberts Crossing. That is where Steve Ortiz, Roth’s Catering’s Director, found him and convinced him to join Roth’s Fresh Catering team. Chef Kris and Roth’s Fresh Catering team focus on high quality food for any budget. Specializing in customizable menus that feature fresh local products as well as creating and pairing unique dinners with local wines to impress your guests. Roth’s Fresh Catering applies Roth’s famous “green bow-tie” service to your event. If you can imagine it, Roth’s will do everything in their power to make it a reality.



8105 Wallace Road NW • Salem, Oregon Nestled in the lush countryside of Salem, Oregon, the Volbeda Farms dairy, is where hand-crafted, artisan cheeses are thoughtfully created at Willamette Valley Cheese. As part of a dairy family heritage dating back to 1962, they believe their customers deserve quality cheeses; and that begins with quality milk and sustainable farming practices. They are proud to be the only farmstead cow’s milk cheese made in Oregon, which means they milk their own cows and make it into creamy, delicious cheese the same day. The raw Jersey milk produced at the farm is pasteurized on-site to ensure award-winning freshness and flavor. Their cows enjoy home-grown sustenance and are never treated with hormones or antibiotics. Out for a drive and want to do some cheese tasting? Their Tasting Room offers a complimentary sampling of award-winning cheeses Tuesday through Saturday from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. They are located ten minutes from the city of West Salem on Wallace Road NW, heading towards Dayton (just before Western Mennonite School). For more information on their family business, visit




Portland, Oregon

Eric Petrus, Executive Chef FIRST COURSE Watermelon Gazpacho with Grilled Shrimp 2012 Dobbes Family Estate Grenache Blanc 2012 Mahonia Vineyard Pinot Gris 2013 Sineann Winery White Table Wine

MAIN COURSE Grilled Flat Iron Steak with lemon chimichurri, dirty basmati rice, kidney beans and butternut squash 2011 Alexana Estate Vineyards Revana Vineyard Pinot Noir 2011 Bethel Heights Vineyard Estate Pinot Noir 2011 Cristom Vineyards Sommers Reserve Pinot Noir

or Crispy Skin Seared Sea Bass with artichoke bariguel and fried zucchini matchsticks 2006 Left Coast Cellars Chardonnay 2012 St. Innocent Winery Chardonnay 2010 Willamette Valley Vineyards Elton Pinot Noir

DESSERT COURSE Chocolate Roulade with giandula mousse, Chantilly cream and orange sauce 2011 Coelho Winery Paciência “Coelho Estate Vineyard” Pinot Noir 2012 Redhawk Vineyard and Winery “Red” 2007 Trinity Vineyards Pinot Noir



Welcome to Zenith Vineyard! Who would have believed seven years ago that the Uncorked Wine Auction at Zenith Vineyard would have developed into Salem’s premier gala event? Who would have believed that Salem would step up so generously and embrace the mission of Family Building Blocks? You believed, and you did it. We can all be so proud of what we’ve created together in support of our community and families in our neighborhoods and beyond. Zenith Vineyard is all about sustainability. Our vineyard is certified by LIVE as sustainable. Set in human terms, sustainability perhaps starts and ends with family. We see Family Building Blocks’ work as vital to sustaining our neighborhoods, our schools, and the fabric of the community. Just as we lovingly tend the vineyard, hoping for a blessed harvest, you all are the vinedressers of our community – making an investment now, applying support when needed most. The payoff will be in the strength of the families we support now, continuing ten and twenty years hence. The fruit of that investment will surely be sweet. Join us in celebrating tonight! Let us together build a successful legacy in support of Family Building Blocks and our community. And we will enjoy some amazing wine and food as well!

Timothy & Kari Ramey Winegrowers Zenith Vineyard



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AUCTION PURCHASE GUIDELINES PAYMENT 1. All payments shall be by cash, credit card, certified check or personal check made payable to Family Building Blocks. Credit cards accepted are MasterCard, Visa or American Express. 2. Full payment must be made for all purchases at the conclusion of the Auction. 3. Cashiers, located at check out, will accept payment unless purchaser has previously opted to use the Auctionpay quick check out method (below). Greater Giving Express Check-Out: Express Check-Out saves time by eliminating the need to stop and pay at the cashier area at the end of the Auction. Terminals and card readers are encrypted and secure, ensuring that your credit card is guaranteed safe. To sign up for Express Check-Out: 1. At registration provide your MasterCard, Visa or American Express card to be swiped. 2. Please verify your address at registration so that we can mail a receipt to you after the auction. 3. At the end of the evening, simply proceed to Item Pick Up to verify and claim your purchases. If no purchases are made, your credit card is voided.


AUCTION PURCHASE GUIDELINES CONDITIONS OF PURCHASE 1. Family Building Blocks/Uncorked Wine Auction (the “Seller”) reserves the right to refuse admission to, or attendance by, any person at the Auction or related events. 2. The auctioneer is the agent for the Seller. 3. All wine and other items are sold “as is.” Purchasers must rely only on their own inspection and/or opinion; seller makes no warranties, express or implied. 4. Seller does not warrant or represent, and expressly denies responsibility for, and in no event shall be responsible for, the accuracy or description of wines offered, or the correctness of the catalog, including, but not limited to the origin, rarity, age, genuineness, quality, quantity, or condition. 5. Unless specifically set forth, all Auction items expire on May 17, 2015.


AUCTION PURCHASE GUIDELINES BIDDING 1. All bids are per item as set forth in the catalog, unless otherwise announced by the auctioneer. 2. Seller may combine or divide any items(s) at its sole discretion. 3. Auctioneer and Seller have the right to reject any bid at any time prior to the fall of the hammer without liability. If the auctioneer decides that any opening does not correspond with the value of the article offered, the auctioneer may reject the bid and withdraw the item from sale, and if, having acknowledged an opening bid, auctioneer decides that any advance thereafter is insufficient, auctioneer may reject the advance. 4. No live auction bid shall be valid unless expressly acknowledged by the auctioneer. 5. The highest bidder acknowledged during the live or silent auctions shall be the purchaser and therein assumes full risk and responsibility. 6. By raising a bidder paddle or making a silent auction bid, the bidder warrants that s/he will pay the full purchase price if successful. 7. The auctioneer shall have the absolute right to resolve any dispute, reoffer, resell, or withdraw the lot in question. If any dispute arises after the sale, the Seller’s sale records shall be conclusive in all respects. 8. All items offered for sale may be subject to a minimum price below which such lot will not be sold. That minimum price may be publicly stated or confidential. 9. Silent auction bid closing times will be posted. At close, the highest acknowledged bidder shall be deemed to have purchased the item.


AUCTION PURCHASE GUIDELINES ITEM PICKUP AND SHIPPING 1. Purchases must be picked up by the purchaser prior to leaving the venue at the conclusion of the Auction. Buyers will receive a receipt listing of their purchases and after reviewing and approving the receipt, they will pick up their items. 2. Extremely large purchases or heavy items may be scheduled for pick-up or delivery. Please contact Brooke Gries 503-566-2132. 3. Any item(s) not removed from the venue by the above time will be held for three (3) weeks at Family Building Blocks, 2425 Lancaster Dr NE, Salem, OR 97305. Family Building Blocks will make an attempt to contact the winning bidder. If the bidder fails to retrieve the item(s) in question by the end of the three week period, Family Building Blocks will assume the bidder has abandoned the property and relinquished it to Family Building Blocks, treat the bidder’s payment as a straight donation to Family Building Blocks and seek to make other use of the item(s) that the bidder has abandoned. 4. Purchaser shall incur all shipping and insurance costs for items not picked up at the conclusion of the Auction. 5. Out-of-state bidders shall be familiar with the laws of their locality since shipping regulations, especially those pertaining to beverages of alcoholic content, vary from state to state. 6. In the event of loss or damage to any item incurred in the course of its handling or storage during the auction event and before possession is taken by the buyer, the buyer will be compensated as follows: 1) if the item has not been paid for, the exact amount of the bid amount will be subtracted from the buyer’s purchases; or 2) if the item has been paid for, the buyer will receive a refund of that bid amount.


AUCTION PURCHASE GUIDELINES TRAVEL PACKAGE STIPULATIONS Before bidding, please read carefully the following conditions of purchase for all travel packages. Travel packages sold through the Auction contain only those elements listed in the auction lot description. 1. Air travel must not be interrupted. Airfare is to be booked point-to-point. Any changes or additions to travel will be at the buyer’s expense. This condition also applies to rental cars or other ground transportation not included in the auction lot description. 2. Expiration dates are NOT flexible. Expiration dates have been carefully selected by the donors involved. To request an extension beyond the expiration date could place undue burden on the donor and jeopardize future donations to the Auction. 3. All reservations (air, rental cars, lodging, etc.) must be made within dates specified in supporting documentation and as contained in the auction package. 4. Once a trip is scheduled and confirmed by the buyers, changes may not be allowed by the donors. If a donor is unable to accommodate requests to reschedule or if a requested change results in a donor not being able to honor all components of the trip, Family Building Blocks/The Uncorked Wine Auction will not refund any portion of the trip purchase. 5. Some trip features or amenities may have to be paid by the buyers at the time of use. Such expenditures will not be reimbursed unless specifically listed in the auction item description as qualified for reimbursement by the Auction. 6. PLEASE NOTE: If a buyer donates a travel package purchased at the Auction to another charity, or it is resold to another person, bidder assumes ALL risk. Family Building Blocks/The Uncorked Wine Auction will not be responsible for honoring any elements contained in travel packages purchased outside the Auction.


AUCTION PURCHASE GUIDELINES CERTIFICATE ITEMS 1. Family Building Blocks/The Uncorked Wine Auction assumes no responsibility for loss or misplacement of certificates once winning bidder has taken possession. 2. Certificates not disseminated the evening of the event will be sent to winning bidders by mail within three weeks of the Auction date.

MEDIA COVERAGE: As a condition of and in consideration for participation in the Auction, guests release Family Building Blocks and the Auction from any liability connected with the reproduction, adaptation, display, publication, and distribution, in any and all media, whether now known or yet to be developed, of any videos, photographs or other images taken of the guests at the Auction or any related events.

Family Building Blocks is classified as a tax-exempt corporation (Tax I.D. Number is 93-1233373) under the Internal Revenue Code Section 501(c)(3).


SILENT AUCTION 101. Owen Roe Syrah The Yakima Valley is home to Washington’s oldest vineyards and is the source for this Owen Roe three-pack of Syrahs. 2011 Owen Roe Syrah Union Gap Vineyard 2011 Owen Roe Syrah “Chapel Block” Red Willow Vineyard 2011 Owen Roe Syrah “Lady Rosa” Contributed by: Owen Roe

102. Cristom Vertical Sourced primarily from Cristom’s four estate Pinot Noir vineyards, Sommers Reserve is crafted in the same style as their single-vineyard wines. Sommers Reserve is consistently rated in the 90s by wine critics. Critique for yourself with this 3-year vertical. 2009 Cristom Vineyards Sommers Reserve Pinot Noir, 2 bottles 2010 Cristom Vineyards Sommers Reserve Pinot Noir, 2 bottles 2011 Cristom Vineyards Sommers Reserve Pinot Noir, 2 bottles Contributed by: Cristom Vineyards

103. Panther Creek Cellars Magnum Panther Creek Cellars has been producing Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris and Chardonnay since 1986. Founded by the acclaimed winemaker Ken Wright, Panther Creek has been recognized for its signature blends as well as single vineyard designate wines. Visit their new tasting room in Dundee with a private Reserve Tasting for eight. Take Home: Magnum of Panther Creek Cellars Pinot Noir Shea Vineyards, rated 90 points by Robert Parker. 2008 Panther Creek Cellars Pinot Noir Shea Vineyards, one 1.5-Liter bottle Contributed by: Panther Creek Cellars


SILENT AUCTION 104. Evening Land Vineyards Magnum Historically, Seven Springs Vineyard has produced some of the finest grapes grown in the United States and was selected as one of the Top 10 Vineyards in America by Food and Wine Magazine. The Wine Advocate has regarded it as “one of Oregon’s finest, most consistent vineyards.” At Evening Land, they practice precision viticulture, letting the land express itself within their wines. Take home: 2007 Evening Land Vineyards Pinot Noir Seven Springs Vineyard, one 1.5-Liter bottle Contributed by: Evening Land Vineyards

105. Stevenson Barrie Talented winemaker Michael Stevenson showcases the unique characteristics of each of the four vineyards he uses for his single vineyard designate Pinot Noirs. Enjoy a 6-pack from Freedom Hill. Take Home: 2006 Stevenson Barrie Pinot Noir Freedom Hill, 6 bottles Contributed by: Tim and Jodi Dupell

106. Cliff Creek Cabernet Franc This Rogue Valley wine is deep, dark red, well-balanced and smooth thanks to winemaker Joe Dobbes. Take home: 2007 Cliff Creek Cellars Cabernet Franc, 6 bottles Contributed by: Cliff Creek Cellars


SILENT AUCTION 107. Plenty of Pinot Gris Pinot Gris is perfectly paired with sunny days, barbeques, and relaxed evenings. Take home this 6-pack in preparation for summer. 2004 The Four Graces Pinot Gris, 1 bottle 2011 Agate Ridge Vineyard Pinot Gris Rogue Valley, 1 bottle 2011 Duck Pond Pinot Gris Willamette Valley, 1 bottle 2012 Owen Roe Abbots Table Pinot Gris Crawford Beck Vineyard, 3 bottles Contributed by: Tim and Jodi Dupell and Owen Roe

108. Oregon Chardonnay Oregon Chardonnay is garnering the nation’s attention and growing increasingly popular. Vineyard plantings of this varietal will continue to increase with the growing demand. Try two great producers: 2010 Evening Land Vineyards Mad Hatter Chardonnay, 3 bottles 2011 St. Innocent Freedom Hill Vineyard Willamette Valley Chardonnay, 3 bottles Contributed by: Evening Land Vineyards and St. Innocent Winery

109. Firesteed Wine Club Firesteed Winery was created by Howard Rossbach and has been committed to making premium wines at prices people can afford. For you, we have one complimentary Citation Society Wine Club shipment and a private tour and tasting for 6 with snacks. Visit the tasting room at Firesteed Cellars on Highway 99 in Rickreall. Contributed by: Firesteed Winery


SILENT AUCTION 110. Back to (Viticulture) School The Northwest Wine Studies Center at Chemeketa Community College has become a leading wine industry resource with degree programs in vineyard management and wine making. Head back to school and take a course at the Viticulture Center in Wine Appreciation. This course teaches you the sensory evaluation of wines. You’ll learn about grape varieties, wine types, sensory distinctions, and food and wine pairings. We have two seats in the class for you and a friend, with no worries about a grade. You will receive an audit. The course includes 10 evenings of interpretation and tastings at the Chemeketa Eola Campus in West Salem. Take Home: 2 cases of wine made by the students at NWWS Center. 2010 Pinot Gris, 12 bottles 2010 Pinot Noir, 12 bottles Contributed by: Chemeketa Community College and Northwest Wine Studies Center

111. Commemorative 5L This bottle is a genuine piece of art inside and out! Inside you will delight in 5-Liters of 2012 Archery Summit Dundee Hills Pinot Noir Aliquando. Outside, the bottle is adorned with an etched and hand-painted version of our commemorative painting by Jon Jay Cruson. A collectible centerpiece for any cellar. Contributed by: Archery Summit and Xena Etched Glass


SILENT AUCTION 112. Uncork and Unwind This basket of wine-themed gifts includes a tealight wine bottle shade, red wine playing cards, wine table topics, a heart shaped bottle stopper, wine tags, napkins and glasses. Also included is a box of 12 handmade truffles from Extreme Chocolates and a bottle of 2010 Anam Cara Cellars Nicholas Estate Pinot Noir. Contributed by: Anam Cara Cellars, Class Act Boutique, Extreme Chocolates

113. The VIP Tour and Lunch at Willamette Valley Vineyards Spend a sunny day with 4 of your friends at Willamette Valley Vineyards tasting, touring and dining. Limousine transportation will deliver you to Willamette Valley Vineyards so you can embark on a VIP tour of the facility with a Winery Ambassador. You’ll be tasting wines along the way and learning the history of Willamette Valley Vineyards and their winemaking process. A light hors d’oeuvre tray will be provided during the tour. After the tour, head to the newly remodeled Estate Tasting Room for a wine pairings lunch. You’ll have a front row seat to watch the Winery Chef prepare 4 small plates paired with four wines. (Please schedule in advance.) Take Home: 2008 Willamette Valley Vineyards Estate Pinot Noir, 1 bottle Contributed by: Capitol Auto Group, Mike and Kathie Van Ronzelen and Willamette Valley Vineyards


SILENT AUCTION 114. 1961 Bordeaux Take home a 1961 vintage Bordeaux. 1961 Chateau Pichon-Longueville Baron de Pauillac Haut Medoc Bordeaux, 1 bottle Contributed by: Dave and Jody Rowell

115. Master of the BBQ Become the master of your BBQ with a Duck Pond Cellars basket stuffed with all you need for a summer of grilling. Included are a cork plug, chardonnay vinaigrette, jam and mustard, bread dipper, Snake River BBQ sauce, Farmer’s popcorn, cocktail napkins, dish towel, grilling plank, Wine Away stain spray, local jam and coaster set. To pick up more wine visit Duck Pond Cellars with a private VIP tour and tasting which includes a light hors d’oeuvre, barrel samples and logo glasses to take home. Take Home: Duck Pond Syrah, 1 bottle Contributed by: Duck Pond Cellars

116. Tamarack Cellars Visit Walla Walla as Tamarack Cellars invites you for a barrel tasting for six with winemaker Ron Coleman. Tamarack Cellars is located in a renovated World War II firehouse. Stick around and they’ll treat you to lunch. Contributed by: Tamarack Cellars


SILENT AUCTION 117. Silver Oak Imperial This oversized bottle of 1981 Silver Oak Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon is 6-Liters of delicious wine. That’s 8 bottles in one gigantic bottle, otherwise known as an “Imperial.” Also included is a 2001 Silver Oak Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon 750ml bottle for comparison. The best part about having a large-format bottle is the need for an equally large party to enjoy it with. Contributed by: Bruce and Sharon Douglas

118. Alcyone Private Dinner Alcyone Café owner/chef Karo Thom invites you to join her for a private wine dinner for eight. Alcyone, located in Pringle Plaza, is a Europeanstyle cafe with breakfast, lunch, and dinner options. Karo will prepare a four-course meal and pair it with premium wines from her personal wine cellar. Plan for this meal on a Sunday or Monday night in the café. Contributed by: Karo Thom at Alcyone Café

119. Bentley’s Wine Dinner Chef Chad Grodio and wine steward Mark Jacklich at Bentley’s Grill will create a four-course dinner and wine pairing for four guests. Their menu will feature fresh and local foods, paired with our region’s finest wines. Bentley’s Grill looks forward to the opportunity to create a wonderful dining experience especially for you! Contributed by: Bentley’s Grill


SILENT AUCTION 120. Rafns and Tartan Winemaker’s Dinner Enjoy dinner with the Rafns at their new deli, restaurant and grocery shop that focuses on foods grown or crafted in Oregon. They’ll provide a 3-course meal for 10 guests at their Court Street shop. Tartan Cellars’ winemaker, Darcy Pendergrass, will join you for dinner and provide the wines to pair with each course. Her boutique wines are handcrafted and complex. Contributed by: Rafns Local Grocery Store and Deli and Tartan Cellars

121. Amadeus Wine Dinner for 10 Head to Amadeus, a fork to mouth restaurant in downtown Salem, for a custom 4-course meal for 10 guests. Wine from Bryn Mawr Winery, Coelho Winery and Mystic Wines will be paired with each course. Contributed by: Amadeus

122. DaVinci Dinner and Limo Get ready for a night of class! Your party of four will be picked up in a private limo and transported to DaVinci’s Ristorante. Take home: 2002 Masi Modello Delle Venezie, 1 bottle Contributed by: Capital Auto Group and Tim and Jodi Dupell


SILENT AUCTION 123. Seafood Dinner at Home Have dinner at home with a $25 Fitt’s Seafood gift certificate. We’ve included the wine and dessert too. Granny Fi’s melt in your mouth traditional Scottish shortbread and Chardonnay from Evening Land round out a perfect meal at home. 2010 Evening Land Vineyards Mad Hatter Chardonnay, 1 bottle Contributed by: Evening Land Vineyards, Fitt’s Seafood, and Granny Fi

124. Courthouse Athletic Club Birthday Book your next party at the Courthouse Athletic Club. Your child will have a great time with all of their friends while you enjoy a stress-free party. The options for your party at the Courthouse are many. Rent a few inflatables. Have a Club Dance party with Club Dance instructors. Play lasertag. Have a summer pool party in one of their outdoor pools. Endless options for your group of 25. Contributed by: Courthouse Athletic Club

125. Carousel Birthday Party The kids will be riding high with this Bronco Buster Party Package at Salem’s Riverfront Carousel. Your party includes a room rental for 2 hours, 20 carousel party invitations, 12 helium balloons, 50 carousel rides, use of party tables (seats 18 total) and kitchen. No birthday is complete without cake, so we’ve added a delicious birthday cake too. Contributed by: Salem’s Riverfront Carousel


SILENT AUCTION 126. Reruns for Kids Birthday Party Let Reruns for Kids host your next child’s birthday party. The beautifully remodeled consignment shop is tastefully decorated and kid friendly. Work with Kathie Van Ronzelen to design the theme and activities to fit your child’s preferences. Here is a rundown of the details: Hosts: Jody Rowell, Kathie Van Ronzelen and Jean Baumann Date: TBD on a Sunday afternoon. Time: 1:00pm-3:00pm, depending on activities. Number of Guests: 10 children, 2 parents Theme Details: To be decided with Kathie VanRonzelen Possible Activities: Cooking Demo and Hands-on Activities. Crafts Storytelling or Puppet Show Games: scavenger hunt, guessing game, themed games or songs. Food: Drinks, cake or cupcakes, and fruit. Party Favors: Provided based on your theme Décor: Balloons, music and name tags Take home two handcrafted pieces of art made by Sharon Holtan. Please contact Kathie Van Ronzelen upon purchase to discuss dates and theme. Contributed by: Jean Baumann, Jody Rowell, Kathie Van Ronzelen and Sharon Holtan

127. Get Air Salem Get Air Salem is the brand new trampoline park on Rickey Street. This state-of-art jump center has 20,000 square feet of floor to wall trampolines. Visit soon with five jump passes. Contributed by: Get Air Salem


SILENT AUCTION 128. Monthly Cupcake Club Treat yourself to deliciousness daily! Dana from downtown Salem’s sweet shop Sugar, Sugar will dazzle you with a dozen of her cupcake creations every month for one year. Contributed by: Sugar.Sugar

129. Cannon Beach Cruise over to Cannon Beach and enjoy a stay at the “Quincy Cottage.” Your 7-day, 6-night stay is in a renovated 1918 house with 3 bedrooms and 1.5 baths. In addition there is even a cozy annex with 4 bunk beds and one bedroom and bath for your extra guests. In total it sleeps 12! This vintage cottage is perfectly located just 3 doors from the charming Presidential neighborhood and steps away from the beach. Take home: 2005 Left Coast Cellars Pinot Noir, 1 bottle 2009 Anam Cara Cellars Pinot Noir Nicholas Estate, 1 bottle 2010 Eola Hills Reserve Oregon Pinot Noir, 1 bottle 2010 Evening Land Vineyards Mad Hatter Chardonnay, 1 bottle 2011 Coelho Winery Paciencia Estate Pinot Noir, 1 bottle 2011 St. Innocent Freedom Hill Vineyard Chardonnay, 1 bottle Contributed by: Bill and Lisa Sewell and Anam Cara Cellars, Coelho Winery, Eola Hills Wine Cellars, Evening Land Vineyards, Left Coast Cellars, St. Innocent Winery


SILENT AUCTION 130. Depoe Bay Getaway Quite possibly the most relaxing spot on the Oregon Coast, this spacious home offers sweeping views of the rugged coastline and breathtaking sunsets. Just steps away from the tidepools, you can watch a beach storm next to the fireplace or feel the ocean spray from the Jacuzzi hot tub. Each of the three master suites features ocean views and en-suite bathrooms. The home sleeps 10, so there is plenty of room for the whole family. This is the place to stay during your next adventure to Depoe Bay, the “Whale Watching Capital of the Oregon Coast.� Take home: 2010 Anam Cara Cellars Nicholas Estate Pinot Noir, 6 bottles Contributed by: Brian and Katherine Johnston

131. The Bike Peddler Get in gear with this package from the Bike Peddler. A $200 gift certificate and staff will help you select a bicycle they will make sure it is properly fitted just for you. The Bike Peddler will bring you back for a bicycle maintenance class. Everything is included to get you out peddling on the open road. Contributed by: Bike Peddler

132. Ponderosa and Thyme At Ponderosa and Thyme, the owners strive to find the perfect elements to make custom floral art as special and unique as possible. They will make one for you with a certificate for one of their custom floral arrangements. Contributed by: Ponderosa and Thyme


SILENT AUCTION 133. Felicity Boutique Private Shopping Party for 10 Gather your girlfriends for a private shopping party for 10 at the local Felicity Boutique. Felicity Boutique, located on Bush Street, will provide nibbles for this after hours shopping spree. We’ve included the wine for you to bring and Felicity will provide a $100 gift certificate to get the shopping started! 2008 Eola Hills Pinot Noir, 1 bottle 2012 Eola Hills Oregon Chardonnay, 1 bottle Contributed by: Felicity Boutique and Mike and Kathie Van Ronzelen

134. Santa and Mrs. Claus Visit He sees you when you’re sleeping, he knows when you’re awake... he even arranges for a special visit to your home during the holiday season! Schedule a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Claus between December 12-21, 2014 and they will arrive at the appointed hour with a list of who’s been naughty or nice. Have a big chair ready for Santa to sit in. If you prefer to leave gifts on the front porch, Santa can put them in his sack for an early delivery. Contributed by: Grubby and Laurie Hain

135. Illahe Fireworks Celebration Commemorate the nation’s birthday with a family pass for the Celebration at Illahe Hills Country Club. Enjoy fun, family games, complimentary food and amazing fireworks on the evening of July 2nd. If the weather does not cooperate, a substitute date will be selected and scheduled as soon as possible. Contributed by: Illahe Hills Country Club


SILENT AUCTION 136. Corkscrew by Monica Moyano Monica Moyano is a devoted, award winning fine artist and former art educator. She now focuses her work on painting and printmaking. Inspired by objects in her daily life, Monica enjoys combining printmaking, painting and graphic design to create whimsical linocut prints with authentic line qualities, shapes and textures that evoke a sense of time and place. She hand carves her linoleum blocks then uses thickened India ink to print the block on fine handmade paper. Each print is uniquely different due to the individual hand printing process. Each design has a limited number of prints. The corkscrew print was the inspiration for marketing material used for this year’s Uncorked Wine Auction. Contributed by: Monica Moyano

137. Wine Glass by Monica Moyano The wine glass print by Monica Moyano is the second in a series of three prints used for marketing the Uncorked Wine Auction. Contributed by: Monica Moyano

138. Wine Bottle by Monica Moyano The wine bottle print by Monica Moyano is the third in a series of three prints used for marketing the Uncorked Wine Auction. Contributed by: Monica Moyano


SILENT AUCTION 139. studio jjaac jewelry Local artist Anne Ferguson, owner of studio jjaac, used Uncorked as her inspiration for this necklace which is adjustable in length and has an eclectic design of mixed metals, freshwater pearls, and semi-precious gemstones. Included: 12 Gourmet chocolate truffles by Extreme Chocolates 2010 L’Ecole Perigee, 1 bottle Contributed by: Patrice Altenhofen, Extreme Chocolates and studio jjaac

140. Reclaimed Bird House “When you look out into your garden and find yourself smiling, our work has been a success” says artist, David Britton of Tigard. This functional birdhouse was created from reclaimed objects that have ceased to serve their original purpose, yet offer unique visual and textural qualities. This lovely and creative bird house will provide four-star accommodations for the nesting birds in your garden! Contributed by: David Britton

141. Reclaimed Bird House #2 Due to popular demand, we’ve added a second chance at owning one of David Britton’s repurposed bird houses. This darling bird house will be a perfect addition to your garden. Contributed by: David Britton


SILENT AUCTION 142. Campbell Salgado Studio Photography Photographers Kim Campbell and Francisco Salgado have made a name for themselves by enduring your natural character in their captivating portrait photography. Visit Kim and Francisco’s Portland studio in Sellwood for your professional photo sitting. Use this $300 certificate for sitting fees, original portraits or printed portraits. This certificate expires 6 months from May 17, 2014 and may not be combined with any promotional offers or specials. Winner must call to validate their gift certificate within one week of the auction. Contributed by: Campbell Salgado Studio Photography

143. Fused Glass Platter Grace your home with a beautifully hand-crafted glass platter, designed by local dentist and fused glass craftsman, Chris Martin. Contributed by: Dr. Chris Martin

144. Ma Valise This beautiful tower of whimsical party gifts is quintessential Ma Valise, your favorite French gift store on State Street. Included is a fun “Party Hat”, wool flower, towel, mini box of recipes, birthday candles, napkins, and party crackers. Contributed by: Janet Ogdahl at Ma Valise


SILENT AUCTION 145. Birthday Made Easy Make gift-giving easy with this perfect birthday gift including a dozen arranged roses, wine, and chocolate truffles. This very special bottle of wine from the Chateauneuf du Pape region in France’s southern Rhone Valley will surely please even the most discerning gift recipient. 2010 Domaine du Banneret Chateauneuf du Pape, 1 bottle The certificate for the dozen roses expires December 31, 2014 and is not valid during February. The order is for pick-up only in Woodburn. Contributed by: Extreme Chocolates, Goldschmidt Family and Valley Pacific Floral

146. Pampered at Perle Let Jeannie Chavier at Perle Holistic Skincare pamper your body, mind and spirit with her holistic approach focused on exceptional skincare, nutrition and positive lifestyle recommendations. With a series of six, 90-minute rejuvenating facials, your skin will be glowing and your complexion refined. A Dr. Hauschka Skincare starter kit will get you on your way to glowing. Contributed by: Jeannie Chavier at Perle Holistic Skincare

147. OSU Football Game Attention Beaver Believers! Cheer on the Oregon State Beavers football team with 2 tickets to their season opener against Portland State, August 30, 2014 at Reser Stadium. Go Beavs! Contributed by: Oregon State University


SILENT AUCTION 148. Guided Steelhead Fishing Trip Experience a “reel” fun day chasing winter steelhead on the Oregon Coast with Beaver Nation Guide Service. Join your guide Andrew Bradley for a day of steelhead fishing on the Umpqua, Siletz or Tillamook area rivers. Shoreside barbeque lunch and all the necessary gear will be provided for you and your guest. This trip is good during the 2014/2015 winter season on a mutually agreeable date. Don’t forget to purchase and bring your fishing license. Take home: Left Coast Cellars Right Bank Pinot Noir 2008, 3 bottles Contributed by: Beaver Nation Guide Service and Left Coast Cellars

149. Acupuncture At Jade Earth Acupuncture they welcome you to healing in a natural way. Begin with an initial intake exam followed by six acupuncture treatments. A re-evaluation exam will conclude your experience and provide a path to optimal health and wellness. Contributed by: Jade Earth Acupuncture, LLC

150. Louisville Slugger Design two authentic major league Louisville Slugger baseball bats. You get to select the wood stain, the size of bat, the logo of your favorite team and if you please, your name will be engraved on your bat as well. Also included is your choice of two genuine leather Louisville Slugger baseball gloves. Contributed by: Justin and Kari Brown


SILENT AUCTION 151. Kickin’ It with the Portland Timbers Kick it with the Portland Timbers at the upcoming game against San Jose Earthquakes on September 7, 2014 at 2:00pm. Your two tickets are front standing row, section 110 at the goal line. You’ll be right next to the Timbers Army. Enhance your Timbers’ experience with four bottles of Gilgamesh beer, Timbers gear and a Trimet pass so you can ride in on the Max. Contributed by: Jennie Morrow Lopez and Joe Lopez

152. Mariners Baseball Tickets The Seattle Mariners take on the Chicago White Sox August 9, 2014 and we have four lower outfield seats just for you. Lou Pinella will be inducted into the Mariners’ Hall of Fame on August 9th as well, making game tickets even harder to find. (Section 106, row 26, seats 4-7) Contributed by: Ryan and Staci Ottele

153. Personal Training at En-Core Fitness Ladies and Gentleman! Swimsuit season is upon us making it the perfect time to get fit. Let Tracy Gannaway at En-Core Fitness help you reach your fitness goals. Her unique approach will transform your body and enhance your mind. Ten hours of personal training includes nutritional counseling. Improve your physical and spiritual self under the guidance of Tracy Gannaway and you will develop habits that uplift your spirit and bring you happiness through fitness, good health and mental clarity. Focus on optimum health and work out with state of the art fitness equipment. En-Core Fitness is a 1,700 square foot facility with a fully equipped shower in downtown Salem. En-Core’s convenient location accommodates any busy schedule. Contributed by: En-Core Fitness


SILENT AUCTION 154. Courthouse Tennis Center Membership The Courthouse Tennis Center is the premier facility for year round tennis in Salem. A tennis membership at Courthouse Tennis provides access to the six indoor courts, a friendly and professional staff and an open and welcoming community of tennis players. The Courthouse Tennis Center will provide you with a 6-month membership and two private lessons from head tennis pro Eric Quiroz. Contributed by: Courthouse Tennis Center and Eric Quiroz

155. Eagle Crest Vacation Home Enjoy a three night getaway in a luxury home at Eagle Crest Resort. Eagle Crest is nestled against the majestic Cascade Mountains, boasting over 300 days of sunshine a year! Located on the eighth fairway of the Ridge Course at the Eagle Crest Resort, your lovely accommodations include four bedrooms, three and a half bathrooms and sleeps 10-14! This home includes a fully stocked kitchen, plasma screen televisions and wireless internet access. To get more information and see pictures visit Endless outdoor activities will keep your entire party entertained. Swim at one of three pools, golf, bike and hike the many trails. This is the perfect place to bring the whole family. Available May 2014 through May 2015 based on availability. Cleaning fee of $125 will apply. Take home: 2006 Montinore Pinot Noir, 4 bottles Contributed by: Jason and Kim Herber


SILENT AUCTION 156. Kate Spade Bag What a fun way to store all your essentials! This colorful striped Kate Spade hand bag can be used as a baby bag, purse or beach tote. Filled with a girl’s favorite necessities including a 90-minute massage, a manicure, a make-up application and a pair of designer travel Ray Bans. A bottle of wine completes this perfect package of summer fun! Contributed by: Archery Summit, Bella Vita Salon, Element 5 Massage and Dave and Jody Rowell

157. Liquor Infusion Class Rob Melton, famed local bartender, demonstrates the art of infusing liquor as well as teaching you some signature cocktails in the comfort of your own home. Invite your friends (8 guests in total), grab your favorite spirits, and get ready for a fun and educational experience. You’ll choose 3 or 4 infusions that you would like to make from Rob’s list of 10. With your new infused “creations” Rob will show you how to turn them into specialty cocktails. Your pals will be highly impressed by your new mixology skills. Each person is provided with 1 infusion tank and a pouring bottle. Find Rob Melton at the soon to be launched restaurant, Table Five 08, on the corner of State and High Streets. Contributed by: Rob Melton


SILENT AUCTION 158. Gayle’s City Market Basket Gayle’s City Market, opening in summer 2014, will be located in the newly renovated historic McGilchrist Building on the corner of Liberty and State Streets. This modern market will be just what Salem’s downtown needs, with gourmet meats, cheeses, wines and gifts in an open air setting. Tonight, take home a basket filled with provisions representing Gayle’s City Market. Contributed by: Gayle Caldarazzo-Doty

159. Tertulia Cellars Visit the new Tertulia Cellars tasting room in Dundee to sample their Columbia and Walla Walla Valley wines. Take home: 2008 Tertulia Cellars Excelsior Cabernet Sauvignon 2009 Tertulia Cellars Cabernet Sauvignon Contributed by: Tertulia Cellars

160. Dave Matthews Band Attend the sold out Dave Matthews Band Concert at the Les Schwab Amphitheater in Bend on Tuesday, August 26, 2014. This outdoor riverfront Amphitheater in the historic Old Mill District in Bend is the perfect backdrop for the soulful sounds of DMB. Four general admission tickets are included. Contributed by: Pete and Kelly Yunker



FROM OUR AUCTIONEER Salud! We meet again for this wonderful celebration of family and the vital work of Family Building Blocks. Russ Lewis and I welcome the opportunity to join you to Uncork! the amazing generosity you share with the children and parents whose lives are strengthened by FBB’s support. As we gather in this special moment that makes such an important difference in the lives of so many, I remember some words, paraphrased, from Canadian visionary John MacNaughton, “Maturity grows when you can sense your concern for others outweighing your concern for yourself.” I salute you in your commitment to building a stronger, healthier and more compassionate community in which all can thrive! Now, let’s Uncork! Steve Talbot Talbot Benefit Auctions

CELEBRITY EMCEE Our Emcee tonight is Russ Lewis from KGWTV. Russ anchors Newschannel 8 at Sunrise weekdays 4:30-7AM and Newschannel 8 at Noon with co-anchor Brenda Braxton and Meteorologist Nick Allard. Russ arrived at KGW in 1999 after stops in Sacramento, Tucson & El Paso. While visiting his Dad in Keizer over many years, Russ and his wife Sally fell in love with the Northwest. When the opportunity arose to join KGW, it was an easy decision to make the move. Russ is a California Refugee who vows never to return South for more than the occasional vacation. He has 2 beautiful daughters and loves NBA Basketball. Russ admits his toughest days in Portland are ones when the Trail Blazers play his hometown Lakers. He’s excited to be here tonight to help us raise big money for Family Building Blocks.



megan’s Story “I’m sharing my story because Family Building Blocks gave me something that I didn’t have. They gave me hope.”

- Megan, Maddie’s Mom



Grab Bag or Money Bag?


A Lot of Ayoub


A (Domaine) Serene Weekend


Silver Oak Overload


The Island of St. Thomas


Our 2014 Commemorative Painting by Jon Jay Cruson


A French 52 Weeks


The South of France


L’Heure Bleue for 30


Maui Dream Home


Pueblo Bonito Rosé in Cabo


Let ‘er Buck at the Pendleton Round Up


John Van Dreal’s Apprentice


Leonetti Line-Up


Curb Appeal


Zenith Vineyard & St. Innocent Winemaker’s Dinner


Smile and the World Smiles with You


Courtside Blazer Game


The Board’s Cellar


Culinary Adventure


Vino Italiano


Allison Inn and Spa


1 Grab Bag or Money Bag? Only one of these four designer hand bags contains $1,000 in cash. Can you guess which one? To begin with, True Private Wealth Advisors provided four beautiful bags. Next, they stuffed each bag with incredible surprise gifts, including a weekend trip, spa treatments, a golf excursion and wine. Only one of these four purses is loaded with $1,000 in cold hard cash! Tracy Wright, owner of tu-L, has carefully selected and helped fill each high-end bag. If you’ve been in her store at the Shops at Salishan you can trust the contents will reflect her impeccable taste. Top bidders for each of the four hand bags will be invited on stage to claim their prize and discover the contents secured within their choice. Which one will be the money bag?

Contributed by: Steve and Kirty Altman, Jason and Kim Herber, True Private Wealth Advisors, Tracy and Todd Wright of tu-L


2 A Lot of Ayoub In 2001, Mohammed “Mo” Ayoub bought a four acre parcel of land previously untouched to vines in the heart of Oregon’s Dundee Hills. This region is known to produce exquisite new world Pinot Noir. With the help of notorious winemaker Robert Brittain and under the new label “Ayoub”, Mo has enjoyed remarkable success. He farms his tiny vineyard by hand producing a limited amount of the highest quality Pinot Noir. Mo Ayoub’s commitment and technique is precisely what makes this vertical of vintage Pinot Noir so rare and sought after. Take home: 2005 Ayoub Pinot Noir, 4 bottles 2006 Ayoub Pinot Noir, 1 bottle 2007 Ayoub Pinot Noir, 5 bottles 2009 Ayoub Pinot Noir, one 3-Liter bottle 2009 Ayoub Pinot Noir, 1 bottle

Contributed by: Rob and Athena Douglas and Mark and Lisa Farrow


3 A (Domaine) Serene Weekend Two couples will enjoy the best that the Dundee Hills has to offer with a weekend stay at the Winery Hill House. This private hideaway is located on the grounds of the prestigious Domaine Serene Winery and will serve as home base for your grand Oregon Wine Country Adventure. A bottle each of their award winning Chardonnay and Pinot Noir will await your arrival. Your Oregon Wine Country Adventure begins with a VIP tour of Domaine Serene’s landmark five-level gravity flow winery to witness how their ultra-premium, hand-crafted wine is made. Then relax with tastings of exquisite Pinot Noir and Chardonnay in the formal cave. Your next destination, Archery Summit, will provide an equally delightful experience touring their caves and sampling world-class wines from some of the oldest vines in the Willamette Valley. Your adventure will continue at Soter Vineyards to sample boutique Pinot Noir and incredible sparkling wines. A visit to Stoller Family Estate will round out a wonderful wine tasting day. There, you will become a “Wine Club Member for the Day.” Your club membership will provide a select wine tasting as well as a 20% discount on your purchases that day. After an arduous day of swirling, sniffing, and tasting your palate will be further indulged with a delicious meal at the historic Joel Palmer House. Delight in their mushroom covered 3-course tasting menu. In addition to this amazing weekend of wine tasting in the Dundee Hills, we are sending you home with a stellar selection of 2010 Domaine Serene wine. Each bottle represents the best of Domaine Serene, including their Evenstad Reserve Pinot Noir, #3 on Wine Spectator’s Top 100 list. Take home: 2010 Domaine Serene Chardonnay Etoile Vineyard, 1 bottle 2010 Domaine Serene Chardonnay Recolte Grand Cru, 1 bottle 2010 Domaine Serene Pinot Noir Cote Sud, 1 bottle 2010 Domaine Serene Pinot Noir Evenstad Reserve, 1 bottle 2010 Domaine Serene Pinot Noir Fleur de Lis, 1 bottle 2010 Domaine Serene Pinot Noir Two Barns, 1 bottle


Contributed by: Archery Summit, Domaine Serene, Soter Vineyards, Stoller Family Estate and Josh and Kattie Zielinski

4 Silver Oak Overload Silver Oak Cabernet Sauvignons are crafted with a single-minded focus on Cabernet excellence. By sourcing the highest caliber fruit and using an extended aging process, Silver Oak creates delicious wines that are eminently drinkable upon release, though capable of aging and improving. Silver Oak blends their wines before barreling to achieve balance in the fruit and tannins prior to being influenced by American oak. Aging Silver Oak in the bottle for a longer time avoids bottle shock and enhances the harmonization of the wine’s components prior to release. The wines listed below can be drunk immediately or enjoyed anytime over the next 13 years. All bottles have been properly cellared. Take home: 1998 Silver Oak Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon, 1 bottle Ready to drink now through 2016 1998 Silver Oak Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon, 6 bottles Ready to drink now through 2020 1999 Silver Oak Napa Valley Cabernet Sauvignon, 3 bottles Ready to drink now through 2026 2001 Silver Oak Alexander Valley Cabernet Sauvignon, 8 bottles Ready to drink now through 2027

Contributed by: Rob and Athena Douglas


5 The Island of St. Thomas Spend one week in the Caribbean in a private villa located on the unspoiled North Coast of St. Thomas in the Virgin Islands. Whale Watch Villa boasts spectacular ocean views, a private swimming pool, two bedrooms with queen beds and three bathrooms- a perfect retreat for one to two couples, or a small family. For the adventurous, brave the steep 5-minute hike down to Caret Bay beach, a local favorite for avid island surfers. Or drive a short distance to access the world famous beach at Magens Bay. Hop downtown for fabulous dining options and shop for incredible buys at the duty free stores. Great swimming and snorkeling can be found at almost any beach, in addition to many options for recreational water sports. Choose from activities such as windsurfing, kiteboarding, jet-ski rentals, or day sail charters - and don’t forget to plan a day of diving at Coki Point! Wherever your adventure leads you, make sure to take time to enjoy the tropical breezes and stunning sunsets from Whale Watch Villa.

Contributed by: Tim Roberts


6 Our 2014 Commemorative Painting by Jon Jay Cruson Artist Jon Jay Cruson was raised in the Sacramento Valley of California in a small agricultural community- an inspiring landscape for a burgeoning artist. He moved to Oregon to attend school, graduating from the University of Oregon with a Master in Fine Arts Degree. This led to a teaching career at his alma mater, as well as Oregon State University and Treasure Valley Community College. Jon retired from teaching to pursue painting and printmaking full time, becoming the renowned artist we recognize today. His paintings grace the Ford Collection and Chrysler Collection and as far as the Victoria and Albert Museum in London and private collectors in Italy and Japan. In Salem, you can find his work at the Mary Lou Zeek Gallery. This is your opportunity to add an internationally known artist’s piece to your own personal collection with Landscape #2. Our commemorative painting reflects Cruson’s love of the landscape. His use of acrylic in a bold and direct manner is appealing yet comfortable to the eye. He arouses your sense of remembrance. With the use of flat color juxtaposed to pattern and textures, he created a superlative dynamic. Framed size is 41 ½” W by 31 ½”H.

Contributed by: Jon Jay Cruson


7 A French 52 Weeks Our most popular wine package has returned, this time with a French Twist. These thoughtfully selected and highly rated wines will enhance any collection. Almost every bottle here can age another 5-20 years, improving considerably over time. Each bottle has been properly stored. This instant cellar includes: Bordeaux 2000 La Fleur de Bouard Lalande de Pomerol RP 91 2002 Chateau Pichon Longueville Pauillac WS 92 2003 Chateau Duhart-Milon Baron de Rothschild Pauillac WS 92 2003 Chateau Lascombes Margaux RP 92 2003 Chateau Ponet-Canet Pauillac RP 95 2003 Clos les Lunelles Cotes De Castillon RP 92 2004 Chateau Lascombes Margaux RP 93 2005 Chateau Lascombes Margaux RP 95 2005 Chateau Sociando Mallet Haut-Medoc RP 92 2006 Chateau Haut-Bages Liberal Pauillac WS 92 2006 Chateau Lusseau Saint Emilion Grand Cru CT 90 2006 Chateau Ponet Canet Pauillac RP 95 Chateauneuf du Pape 2001 Clos des Pontifes Chateauneuf du Pape CT 90 2003 Domaine des Baumard Quarts des Chaume WS 96 2004 Chateau de Beaucastel Chateauneuf du Pape WS 96 2005 Chateau Giraud 1’er Grand Cru Sauternes WS 97 2005 Domaine des Baumard Clos De Sainte Catherine Coteaux du Layon WS 96 2006 Chateau de Beaucastel Chateauneuf du Pape RP 95 2007 Bosquet des Papes Cuvee Tradition Chateauneuf du Pape RP 92 2007 Clos des Brusquieres Chateauneuf du Pape CT 90 2007 Domaine du Pegau Reservee Chateauneuf du Pape WS 95 2007 Tardieu-Laurent Cuvee Speciale Chateauneuf du Pape RP 96 2008 Domaine Didier Dagueneau Blanc Fume De Pouilly RP 90 2009 Domaine de Cristia Renaissance Chateauneuf du Pape WS 94 2009 Domaine du Pegau Reservee Chateauneuf du Pape RP 98 2010 Clos des Papes Chateauneuf du Pape RP 99 2010 Domaine du Grand Tinel Alexis Establet Chateauneuf du Pape WS 91 2010 Domaine Pierre Usseglio Cuvee des mon Aieul Chateauneuf du Pape RP 97


Red Burgundy 2004 Domaine Robert Chevillon Nuits-Saint-Georges “Les Vaucrains” 2005 Frederic Magnien Chambolle Musigny 1’er Cru “Baudes” 2006 Domaine Huber Verdereau Volnay 1’er Cru “Les Fremiets” 2006 Domaine Rene Leclerce Gevrey Chambertin 1’er Cru “Combe aux Moines” 2006 Domaine Thibault Liger Belair Corton Grand Cru “Les Renardes” 2006 Louise Jadot Pommard 1’er Cru “Grand Epenots” 2007 Domaine Henri Gouges Nuits St. Georges “Les Pruliers” 2007 Domaine Louis Latour Corton Grand Cru “Annee” 2007 Thierry Violot-Guillemard Pommard 1’er Cru “La Platiere” 2008 Domaine Pavelot Savigny Les Beaune 2008 Jacques Frederic Mugnier Nuits-Saint-Georges 1’er Cru “Clos de Marechale” 2010 Domaine Coste-Caumartin Pommard 1’er Cru “Clos des Boucherottes” 2010 Domaine Nicolas Rossignol Volnay 1’er Cru “Ronceret” 2011 Mark Haisma Volnay “Les Grand Poisots” White Burgundy 2006 Domaine Vincent Girardin Chassagne-Montrachet 1’er Cru “Abbaye De Morgeot” 2006 Domaine Vincent Girardin Puligny-Montrachet 1’er Cru “Le Champ Gain” CT 92 2008 Albert Bichot Chablis 1’er Cru “Les Vaillons” 2008 Louis Michel & Fils Chablis Grand Cru “Vaudesir” 2009 Joseph Drouhin Chablis 1’er Cru “Secher” 2010 Domaine des Malandes Chablis 1’er Cru “Montmains” 2010 Domaine William Fevre Chablis 1’er Cru “Montmains” 2011 Laleure-Piot Pernand Vergelesses 1’er Cru “Creux de la Net” 2011 Mark Haisma Saint Romaine “Le Jarron” 2011 Sebastien Dampt Chablis 1’er Cru “Cote De Lechet”

Contributed by: John and Crystal Lewis of JLPN Incorporated


8 The South of France Pack your bags, brush up on your French and live the lifestyle of the locals during your 10-day apartment stay in the ‘centre ville’ of Narbonne, France. Narbonne is centered between the Languedoc-Roussillon wine regions and the Mediterranean Sea. This ancient port city was founded by the Roman Empire in 118 B.C. Stroll through the historical sites, savour the locally produced gourmet delicacies, or spend a day bicycling through wine country. The modest two bedroom and one bath apartment is suited for two well-acquainted couples or a small family. Your apartment in the city centre includes views of a traditional courtyard and bustling streets lined with outdoor cafes and shops. The apartment’s owners, locals Russ and Mary Raney, will make helpful suggestions in tailoring your trip to suit your preferences. Your options for adventures are limitless from this location. May we suggest a visit to St. Remy de Provence? Or a day at Gruissan Beach? With the train station, Gare de Narbonne, located within walking distance (8 blocks) from the apartment, you can day trip to all the major cities in the South of France as well as Barcelona if your heart desires. Bon Voyage! Take home: 2001 Domaine Saint-Jean Coteaux du Languedoc 2010 Roucas Toumba Vacqueyras

Contributed by: Russ and Mary Raney


9 L’Heure Bleue for 30 Have a special event coming up in your life- a milestone birthday, anniversary, wedding rehearsal, business dinner? This package features a private dinner for 30 in Bluehour’s private dining room- L’Heure Bleue. This intimate and modern space provides the food and service excellence of Bluehour. With exposed wood beams in their landmark building, the “cellar” dining room features a wall of 2500 backlit wine bottles providing a warm glow to this elegant venue. Bluehour opened its doors in the heart of the Pearl District with what Gourmet Magazine describes as the most sophisticated, contemporary food in Portland. Executive Chef Dolan Lane is leading the kitchen and will personally create your custom multi-course menu including hors d’oeuvre, salad, pasta/risotto, entrée and dessert. To complement the elegant cuisine of Chef Lane, each course will be paired with stellar wines.

Contributed by: Bluehour and U.S. Bank


10 Maui Dream Home This is the ultimate in luxury vacation homes! Your weeklong vacation is in Ho’olei, which is the best place to stay in Wailea. This incredible 4,000 square foot Maui villa located in a posh, gated community is between the world famous Grand Wailea Hotel and Spa and The Four Seasons Hotel. With three stunningly appointed master suites, ocean views from both floors and two lanais, you’ll understand the true meaning of Hau’oli (happiness). Take advantage of the privacy and the spaciousness of your own residence and bring the outside in with disappearing doors that allow the lanai and its tropical breezes to be part of the living room. The Wolf BBQ on the fully-furnished patio makes for a perfect evening at home grilling with the family. You’ll also get to take advantage of all the amenities provided on the property including a great pool complex and workout facilities. If you are feeling more social, head over to the famed Grand Wailea pool with a cabana rental for four, included by the owners. This luxury villa package truly offers the best of both worlds. Keolakupaianaha! (The extraordinary life!)

Contributed by: Tim and Jodi Dupell


11 Pueblo Bonito Rosé in Cabo On the golden sands of El Médano beach in the heart of Cabo San Lucas, Mexico lies the ever popular Pueblo Bonito Rosé Resort & Spa. Spend a blissful week at this upscale, full-service, amenity-filled resort in a junior suite suited for four. Mark your calendar for a week of fun in the sun beginning September 27, 2014. Vibrant downtown Cabo San Lucas is a short walk from the resort. The famous El Arco at Land’s End, visible from the resort, is easily accessible by water taxi from El Médano beach or the marina. Take advantage of the beautiful sunny weather enjoying outdoor adventures. Try a zip-line or ATV tour, a golf outing or a dive trip. Or relaxing by the pool with a grande margarita might just define your idea of a vacation! Junior suite accommodates 4 people and includes two queen beds, one bathroom and a kitchenette. The reservation may be changed from 9/27/2014 to another available date in 2014 for a $100 fee. The reservation date is based on hotel availability and may be limited.

Contributed by: Dr. Sidney and Diane Rosenheim


12 Let ‘er Buck at the Pendleton Round Up Pack your Stetson and get ready to “Let ‘er Buck” at the world famous Pendleton Round-Up on September 11-14, 2014. This trip for four is packed with activities sure to please anyone’s inner cowboy. Rodeo tickets, a BBQ supper, parades, pageants and a historic Wild West show will keep you hopping and happy. On Thursday, September 11th settle into camp, otherwise known as the Oxford Suites. Your accommodations include two king rooms for Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights. A bottle of Pendleton Whisky will be stashed in each room, something to whet your whistle during your stay. You will also find western necklaces created by Jeni Mitchell for the cowgirls to accessorize their western wear. A welcome wagon hosted by Sue and Jerry Moore will greet you and your party on Thursday night at the RV Park. The Moores are veteran cowhands at the Round-Up and will cook a Wrangler’s BBQ and provide you with all the ‘must do’ activities available during the weekend. Friday enjoy four tickets to the main attraction, the Pendleton Round-Up Rodeo. Your prime seats above the bucking chutes are nearly impossible for just any cowboy or cowgirl to wrangle up. Before you head to the rodeo, we recommend the 10:00 am Westward Ho! Parade, which depicts The Oregon Trail with covered wagons, stage coaches, oxen and mule teams. No motorized vehicles allowed in this parade! We’ve included 4 tickets to see Happy Canyon on Saturday evening. This outdoor pageant and Wild West Show was written in 1908 and is still performed today. Learn all about the American West, Native American culture and the arrival of Lewis and Clark. Happy Canyon concludes with a reenactment of a frontier town’s rollicking main street mishaps. Cowboy Up for an unforgettable weekend at the Pendleton Round Up!

Contributed by: Jeni Mitchell, Sue and Jerry Moore and Umpqua Bank


13 John Van Dreal’s Apprentice Discover your inner artist as you create an original abstract artwork with John Van Dreal. This unique artistic experience involves working closely with John Van Dreal who will include your ideas and talents within the creative process of this commissioned piece. The experience will begin with John and Coleen Van Dreal visiting your home to discuss the direction your artwork will take in relationship to your home’s interior. The diptych, composed of two canvases, can be hung together or separately. You will be consulted as John continues through the process of composing and painting your new masterpiece. Your artistic apprenticeship will be celebrated in the Van Dreal’s studio with servings of fine Oregon wines and Willamette Valley Cheese as you assist John with the final brush strokes of the painting. The final piece is an actual collaboration, signed by the artist and you, the apprentice.

Contributed by: The Art Department, John and Coleen Van Dreal and Willamette Valley Cheese Co.


14 Leonetti Line-Up Jump to the front of the three year wait list to become a wine club member with Leonetti Cellar. Your club membership provides you access to three cases a year of Leonetti’s coveted wines. During the 2015 spring release in early May, you’ll be invited to participate in a members only tour and tasting. As a Leonetti Club member you will get a rare glimpse behind the walls of Walla Walla’s first commercial winery. Can’t wait until the 2015 release? We understand…that’s why we’ve included 12 bottles of their big, bold ruby reds. Take home: 2010 Leonetti Cellar, Sangiovese, 1 bottle 2010 Leonetti Cellar Cabernet Sauvignon, 3 bottles 2011 Leonetti Cellar Cabernet Sauvignon, 2 bottles 2011 Leonetti Cellar Merlot, 2 bottles 2011 Leonetti Cellar Reserve, 2 bottles 2011 Leonetti Cellar Sangiovese, 1 bottle 2012 Leonetti Cellar Merlot, 1 bottle

Contributed by: Tyler and Deana Freres, Brooke and Craig Gries, Todd and Desiree Holcomb and Leonetti Cellar


15 Curb Appeal Renew the exterior of your home with a fresh coat of paint, a window washing, and weekly lawn maintenance for an entire year. Fitzpatrick Painting will give new life to your home’s exterior with a fresh coat of paint. Fitzpatrick Painting is Willamette Valley’s premier painting company, specializing in interior and exterior house repaints. They always deliver on their commitment to quality work. Your only job is to pick your favorite paint colors. Landscapes by Davies will take care of all of your lawn care maintenance. They’ll stop by every week for an entire year (every other week in the winter) to get your grass freshly cut and looking great. Want a sparkling clear view of your admiring neighbors? ABC Window Cleaners will provide a $100 gift certificate towards an exterior window cleaning. Now your exterior is looking good! Fitzpatrick Painting requires the home to be in the Salem/Keizer area and within 3500 square feet or apply the value if larger. The home cannot be built before 1978. Lawn care is only provided for a normal subdivision lot, 80x100, to be maintained weekly during fall, spring and summer and every other week in the winter months.

Contributed by: ABC Window Cleaners and Building Maintenance, Fitzpatrick Painting, Inc. and Landscape by Davies


16 Zenith Vineyard and St. Innocent Winemaker’s Dinner Entertain your party of eight with a private winemaker’s dinner at the beautiful home of Tim and Kari Ramey, owners of Zenith Vineyard. Begin your evening impressing your friends with a private tour of St. Innocent Winery with owner and winemaker, Mark Vlossak, before strolling up the drive to the Ramey Estate which overlooks their vineyard and winery. Relax and enjoy a chef-prepared, multi-course menu paired with thoughtfully selected wines from St. Innocent as well as library selections from the Ramey’s private cellar. Conclude this perfect evening in wine country with brandy and chocolates around a cozy fire in the Great Room of the Ramey’s home. The dinner will be held on a mutually agreeable date to be scheduled with Kari Ramey.

Contributed by: Tim and Kari Ramey of Zenith Vineyards and Mark and Vickianne Vlossak of St. Innocent Winery


17 Smile and the World Smiles with You Of all the things you wear, your smile is the most important. Thanks to Johnson Family Orthodontics and Waterplace Dental you will be on your way to a more radiant, self-assured smile. Johnson Family Orthodontics will provide you or a family member with the full orthodontic treatment including your choice of full braces or Invisalign. That treatment includes an exam, x-ray, consultation, photos, braces, trays and a retainer. After completing the full orthodontic procedure, Dr. Bryan Nakagawa at Waterplace Dental will brighten your smile with Zoom Whitening. Zoom is not only proven to whiten teeth up to eight shades, but it’s also safeprotecting your enamel and creating a lustrous smile. Braces/Invisalign offer is available for 5 years. The initial consultation must be scheduled within 6 months of May 17, 2014.

Contributed by: Johnson Family Orthodontics and Waterplace Dental


18 Courtside Blazer Game Four tickets to a Portland Trail Blazers game is worth cheering about! Your four courtside seats are located under the hoop, between Paul Allen and the Trail Blazer bench. In fact, you will be so close to the action, you could prod a player with the end of your foam finger! These seats are that fan-tastic! To further celebrate Portland’s Trail Blazers, we’ve included a condo in the Pearl District for the evening of the game. This two bedroom, two bathroom beautifully furnished home has two parking spots and is on the Street Car line. So park your cars and take the Central Loop Line to the Moda Center’s front door. No need for parking and traffic. Wake up to incredible panoramic city views of downtown Portland before heading downstairs to breakfast at Love Joy Bakers. A gift certificate is included. It’s a good night to be a Blazer! The date of the game will be at the donor’s discretion, and will fall on a weeknight in the 2014/2015 season. Please contact Jack Scott’s assistant after the schedule is released in the Fall.


Contributed by: Pam and Jack Scott

19 The Board’s Cellar The generous and open-hearted team that comprises the Board of Directors for Family Building Blocks has reached deep into their cellars to provide a sensational auction lot of wine. With their leadership, Family Building Blocks has grown and thrived, serving more at-risk children and families than ever before. This collaboration reflects an eclectic sampling of wine from around the world including highly rated and hard to find vintages. 1988 Baron Philip de Rothschild Mouton Cadet Bordeaux 1994 Graham’s Vintage Port, RP 96 points 2004 Rodney Strong Cabernet Sauvingnon Reserve 2004 Caymus Cabernet Sauvingnon Napa Valley 2006 Darioush Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley 2007 Torii Mor Pinot Noir Reserve 2009 Giovanni Chiappini Guado de’ Gemoli, WE 100 points 2009 Sozo “Contribute” Cabernet Sauvignon 2010 Andre Brunel Les Cailloux Chateauneuf du Pape 2010 K Vitners Stoneridge Vineyard Merlot 2010 Lenne Estate Pinot Noir 2010 Stag’s Leap Wine Cellar Artemis Cabernet Sauvignon Napa Valley RP 91 2011 Alexana Sitar Pinot Noir Finale 2011 Argyle Winery Reseve Pinot Noir 2011 Bethel Heights Justice Vineyard Estate Pinot Noir 2011 Coelho Winery Paciencia Reserva Pinot Noir 2011 Orin Swift Papillon 2011 Molly Dooker Blue Eyed Boy Shiraz NV Veuve Clicquot Brut Champagne NV Alexandre Lenique Champagne Brut Rose ST 91 2007 Penner-Ash Willamette Valley Pinot Noir 2008 Penner-Ash Willamette Valley Pinot Noir 2009 Penner-Ash Willamette Valley Pinot Noir 2010 Penner-Ash Willamette Valley Pinot Noir 2011 Penner-Ash Willamette Valley Pinot Noir 2012 Penner-Ash Willamette Valley Pinot Noir

Contributed by: Family Building Blocks’ Board of Directors


20 Culinary Adventure Embark on a culinary adventure throughout downtown Salem with a progressive dinner for 10 people. A limousine will pick you up and transport you to five local restaurants as you eat and drink your way around town. Your food and drink tour of Salem begins at Maven for appetizers. Next is your salad course hosted by Table Five 08 on the corner of State and High. Next stop is your entrée at Gamberetti’s Italian Restaurant. A cheese course follows at Grand Vines, with Rafns Deli providing the cured meats and Cascade Bakery offering fresh baked bread. Your meal concludes with dessert and Spanish coffees at Amadeus. Each restaurant will offer a beverage pairing based on the meal they serve. Make sure to bring a healthy appetite! Culinary Adventure to be scheduled on a mutually agreed upon date. Take home: 2008 Willamette Valley Vineyards Estate Pinot Noir, 3 bottles 2010 Evening Land Vineyards Mad Hatter Chardonnay, 3 bottles

Contributed by: Amadeus, Cascade Bakery, Evening Land Vineyards, Gamberetti’s Italian Restaurant, Grand Vines, Maven, Rafns Local Grocery Store, Slayden Construction Group, Inc., Table Five 08, and Willamette Valley Vineyards


21 Vino Italiano Brunello di Montalcino, alongside Chianti, is arguably the most prestigious of all Italian wines. The wine is made exclusively from Sangiovese grapes grown in Montalcino- a classic Tuscan hilltop village. Take home: 2001 Solaria 123 Brunello di Montalcino, 7 bottles 2001 Solaria Toscana Solarianne, 4 bottles 2004 Tenuta Sette Ponti Crognolo Toscana, 5 bottles 2006 Tenuta Sette Ponti Crognolo Toscana, 2 bottles

Contributed by: Tim and Jodi Dupell


22 Allison Inn and Spa You don’t need to travel far to get away from it all. The short trip to Newberg will transport you to Oregon Wine Country’s first-ever full-service resort. It’s a luxurious place to stay after a blissful wine-tasting journey around the Willamette Valley’s acclaimed vineyards. Your trip to the Allison includes accommodations for two nights in a Deluxe King Room with a fireplace, six-foot soaking tub and balcony or terrace. The spacious guestroom provides you with a view of the valley and its vineyards, comfortable furnishings, and original artwork showcasing local artisans. During your stay make your way to the Allison Spa for a serene oasis retreat with two $150 credits to select your preference of pampering treatments. May we recommend a little anti-aging Pinotherapy? Not that you need it, of course. Your trip would not be complete without dining in Jory, the Allison’s signature restaurant. With a dining credit of $150, you will experience what the Allison refers to as “a food aficionado’s paradise.” It’s a relaxing and romantic way to get away from it all. Stay is based on availability and is not valid June through October. Holidays and high demand weekends are excluded. Please use your stay before December 1, 2015.

Contributed by: Withnell Motor Company


SPECIAL THANKS An event of this magnitude would not be possible without the support of our community. Many thanks to our exceptional committee members! Patrice Altenhofen, Family Building Blocks Steve Altman, True Private Wealth Advisors Kari Brown, Community Volunteer Jeannie Chavier, Perle Holistic Skincare Pam Chen, Pain Care Specialists Bryn Coelho, Coelho Winery Samuel Coelho, Coelho Winery Lisa Farrow, Blue Pacific Vacation Rentals Deana Freres, Family Building Blocks Board of Directors Brooke Gries, Family Building Blocks Jason Herber, True Private Wealth Advisors Todd Holcomb, Encore Glass Rebecca McCulloch. Community Volunteer Wes McWhorter, Premier Remodeling & Design Sue Moore, Umpqua Bank Hope Nakagawa, Community Volunteer Jane Orlowski, FBB Volunteer Jody Rowell, Family Building Blocks Board of Directors Becca Taylor, Family Building Blocks Kathy Thompson, Community Volunteer Kathie Van Ronzelen, Community Volunteer Bridget Welborn, Family Building Blocks Sarah Westfall, Family Building Blocks Board of Directors Megan Wolfram, Dr. Julie York Neurosurgery Julie York, Dr. Julie York Neurosurgery Kattie Zielinski, Family Building Blocks Maggie Zimmerman, FBB Volunteer

Thank you to our committee chair, Jeannie Chavier, for being such a great leader. A special thanks to Jon Jay Cruson for creating and donating our incredible commemorative painting. To Monica Moyano – We were so inspired by your artwork and are very grateful you let us use it for our marketing materials. To all of our volunteers- we are very grateful for your time and energy. You put the “special” in special events!


DONORS Thank you to our many auction supporters! ABC Window Cleaners & Building Maintenance, LLC Dave Amanda Alcorn Alcyone Cafe Alexana Winery Patrice Altenhofen & Joe Harold Steve & Kirty Altman Amadeus Anam Cara Cellars Archery Summit Winery Art Department, Inc. Beaver Nation Guide Service Bella Vita Salon & Day Spa Bentley’s Coffee Bentley’s Grill Bethel Heights Vineyard Bike Peddler Bittersweet Boutique Bluehour Brady Financial Planners David Britton Kari & Justin Brown Campbell Salgado Studio Photography Capitol Auto Group Ross & Suzanne Carey Chris & Sara Casebeer Class Act Boutique Cliff Creek Cellars Sam & Bryn Coelho Coelho Winery Courthouse Athletic Club Courthouse Tennis Center Cristom Vineyards Jon Jay Cruson


Cubanisimo Vineyards Martha Curry Peter & Leslie Dinsdale Dobbes Family Estate Fiona Dohman Domaine Serene Bruce & Sharon Douglas Rob & Athena Douglas Duck Pond Cellars Tim & Jodi Dupell Element 5 Massage En-Core Fitness Eola Hills Winery Diana Powers Evans Evening Land Vineyards Extreme Chocolates Lisa & Mark Farrow Felicity Boutique Firesteed Cellars Corporation First Pacific Corporation Fitt’s Seafood Fitzpatrick Painting Inc Tyler & Deana Freres Gayle’s City Market Get Air Salem Gilgamesh Brewing Goldschmidt Family The Grand Hotel in Salem Brooke & Craig Gries Grubby & Laurie Hain Jason & Kim Herber Todd & Desiree Holcomb Sharon Holtan Craig & Katherine Horn

DONORS Thank you to our many auction supporters! Illahe Hills Country Club IUArts, Monica Moyano Jade Earth Acupuncture, LLC Johnson Family Orthodontics Brian & Katherine Johnston Anita & Michael Kennedy Landscapes by Davies Kay & Jerry Lefley Left Coast Cellars Leonetti Cellar Joe Lopez & Jennie Morrow Lopez Lush Hair Cocktails Ma Valise Bill & Nancy MacMorris-Adix Mahonia Vineyards Dr. J. Chris & Cody Martin Wes & Wendy McWhorter Rob Melton Jerry Moore Jerry & Sue Moore Torii Mor Cindy Mueller Northwest Wine Studies Center at Chemeketa Comm. College Oregon State University Jane & Ed Orlowski Ryan & Staci Ottele Owen Roe Winery Panther Creek Cellars Perle Holistic Skincare Ponderosa and Thyme Rafns Local Grocery Store and Deli Russ & Mary Raney Redhawk Vineyard and Winery

Dr. Sidney & Diane Rosenheim Roth’s Fresh Catering Dr. David & Jody Rowell Salem’s Riverfront Carousel Rich Schultz Bill & Lisa Sewell Sineann Winery Sam & Jennifer Skillern Slayden Construction Group, Inc. Soter Vineyards St. Innocent Winery Stoller Family Estate studio jjaac Sugar Sugar Tamarack Cellars Tan Republic Tartan Cellars Tim Roberts Trinity Vineyards Tertulia Cellars Umpqua Bank Valley Pacific Floral John & Coleen Van Dreal Kathie & Mike VanRonzelen Vibrant Table Waterplace Dental Sarah Westfall Willamette Valley Vineyards Willamette Valley Cheese Co. Dick & Gayle Withnell Xena Etched Graphics Zenith Vineyard Pete and Kelly Yunker Josh & Kattie Zielinski


SPONSORS We are immensely grateful for the financial support of our sponsors. Their generosity means that every dollar raised tonight will go directly to FBB’s vital child abuse prevention services.

Balthazar Sponsor Poly Chen, MD

Imperial Sponsors Drs. Bud & Selma Pierce U.S. Bank

Jeroboam Sponsor Umpqua Bank

Magnum Sponsors CD Redding Construction Dallas Glass and Window Eye Care Physicians & Surgeons Freres Lumber Co. Keudell/Morrison Wealth Management Performance Health Technology Salem Health True Private Wealth Advisors White Oak Construction Wildwood Mahonia Willamette Ear, Nose, Throat, and Facial Plastic Surgery

Wine Sponsor Brady Financial Planners


Venue Sponsor

Poly Chen, MD

A great event inspires more than just the attendees. It inspires the entire community. At U.S. Bank, we are committed to making the communities in which we work and live a better place. Our commitment means supporting the programs and organizations that enrich the quality of life for our neighbors. Because when our community succeeds, everyone wins. Proud to sponsor Uncorked Wine Auction benefitting Family Building Blocks. | 800-US BANKS (872-2657) Member FDIC

Drs. Bud & Selma Pierce support Family Building Blocks & their work keeping children safe & families together.

GREAT COMMUNITIES START WITH GREAT PEOPLE. WE’RE LUCKY TO BE SURROUNDED BY BOTH. We’re constantly inspired by our neighbors, peers and partners. So it should come as no surprise that one of the best parts of our job is cheering on Family Building Blocks. Enriching the neighborhood together is what community banking is all about.


Thank you Family Building Blocks, for your exceptional efforts and tireless support of the children and families in our community.

Proudly sponsored by:


Stephen Yao, MD


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reruns for kids Thank you Remodel Sponsors! Cherry City Interiors & Design Cherry City Metals Dalke Construction Fitzpatrick Painting Fox Blue Home Builders Association of Marion and Polk Counties

Oregon Cascade Plumbing & HEATING Lisa Plechl Phillips Salem Association of realtors Salem trophy sherwin-williams Marie Trucco Jerry & Marge Walling benefitting

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for creating beautiful reclaimed wood vases for our centerpieces “Reclaimed Vintage Woods”


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