Pink! Rosé Festival Returns to Ron Tonkin Field May 21
Wine lovers rejoice, this wine tasting event, which quickly sold out in 2022, is back bigger than ever!
The Pink! Rosé Festival returns to Ron Tonkin Field, home of the Hillsboro Hops, May 21, from 1-4 p.m. for a second year. The festival features more than 22 of Tualatin Valley’s celebrated wineries, which will be featuring new and limited-release rosé wines along the third baseline.
The event welcomes food and wine lovers (and the rosé curious) to explore the award-winning wines of various Tualatin Valley wineries in a fun and casual environment (think backyard barbecue – in the backyard of America’s favorite pastime).
Pink! Rosé Festival
Ron Tonkin Field, 4460 NE Century Boulevard, Hillsboro, OR, 97124
May 21, 1-4 p.m. (V.I.P. entry at 12:30 p.m.)
“We’re tickled pink that the Rosé wine festival is returning to Tualatin Valley,” said Laurine Apolloni, one of the creators of the event and co-founder of Apolloni Vineyards. “The Pink! Rosé Festival is the perfect way to spend a spring day discovering your new favorite rosé.”
The successful event, which coincides with Oregon Wine Month, attracted more than 500 attendees last year, and is expected to draw even more rosé lover sin 2023.
The event is strictly 21+ only. Tickets are on sale now! Buy tickets at pinkrosefest.com. Tickets will be available until sold out, and organizers encourage attendees to purchase tickets soon, before it sells out.
- $40-$45, general admission (includes six tasting tokens and commemorative wine tumbler)
- $55-$60, V.I.P. (includes eight tasting tokens, commemorative wine tumbler and early entry)
Additional tasting tokens and food will be available for purchase. Designated driver tickets are free, and included admission to the event only.
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Current Confirmed Wineries (more may be added):
Cooper Mountain Vineyards
David Hill Vineyards & Winery
Eagles Nest Reserve Vineyard & Winery
Hawks View Winery
Helvetia Vineyards & Winery
La Randonnée Wines
Rue Cler Wine
Scotch Church Road Vineyard
Sidereus Vineyard & Winery
Six Peaks Winery
Willamette Valley Vineyards
The one-day festival, in celebration of Oregon Wine Month, is presented by Apolloni Vineyards in partnership with the Washington County Visitors Association and the Hillsboro Hops.
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