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NEWPORT

Seafood & Wine

THE ORIGINAL & STILL THE BEST

FESTIVAL 2019

Meet me

by the Sea

FEBRUARY 21-24

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The Newport Seafood and

Wine Festival

Come join Newport’s biggest party

by Nancy Steinberg

The population of Newport is just over 10,000,

but on the last full weekend in February every

year it can swell to double that number. What

brings people from far and wide to the coast in the

throes of Oregon’s winter weather? The promise of

fabulous food, plentiful drink, and the biggest party

on the Oregon Coast.

The annual Newport Seafood & Wine Festival is a four-day

signature event with a festival atmosphere where more than 150

vendors, including purveyors of seafood, craftspeople, and over

80 Northwest wineries offer an abundance of culinary delights

and beverages in a gigantic tent in South Beach, Newport adjacent

to the Rogue brewery.

For most visitors, the heart of the weekend is the opportunity

to sample and purchase a wide range of top-notch Northwest

wines. Associated with the event is the longest continuous wine

competition in the Northwest, judged by a panel of five nationally

known wine experts. As the Northwest has grown as a wine

producing region, so has the competition. Each Seafood & Wine

Festival wine vendor may enter up to three wines in the prestigious

commercial competition. The judging for the competition

happens before the festival so the winners can be announced

and sold at the event. This year, 142 entries were received, and

98 medals were awarded (36 gold, 28 silver, and 34 bronze). One

outstanding wine is given the prestigious Joseph H. Swafford

Best in Show award. In 2019, that honor went to Merrill Cellars

for their 2016 Rouge Valley, Reserva Garnacha.

Joseph Swafford, a recently-retired local wine shop and restaurant

owner, serves as the long-time judging coordinator. He

has observed a dramatic increase in quality of wines in the competition,

and in the Northwest over the decades. “I’ve watched

Oregon winemakers struggle with the vagaries of the weather,

learn what varieties of grapes do best in specific soil locations,

and witnessed the successes that have brought world-wide attention

to the resulting exquisite wines. We have much to be proud

of from our Oregon and Northwest wines!” he reflected.

Thomas “Mac” McLaren, a local sommelier who has judged

the competition from its inception, agrees. He noted, “We’ve


seen a particular improvement in the white wines entered in the competition, and we’re seeing

some unusual white varietals as well.”

At the festival itself, attendees can purchase tastes, glasses, bottles, and cases of most

wines, including the medal-winners. Paired with the excellent festival wines will be unparalleled

seafood offerings. Newport is proud to be able to showcase the bounty of the Pacific

that comes through its port every year. You’ll find crab, bay shrimp, oysters, salmon, albacore,

and other local delicacies in abundance, as well as other types of food.

The peak time for the entire event is Saturday from 10 am to 2 pm, so to help with traffic

flow, no tickets will be sold at the gate that day – all Saturday tickets must be purchased

online, and numbers will be limited. Increased personnel and two entrances to the festival

tent will also assist in moving people through at peak times. Festival organizers warn that

you’ll still have to expect waits on Saturday, though. To avoid the lines, try coming at a different

time (see Insider Tips on page 9).

Parking at the event costs $5 and is somewhat limited. A better option is to take the free

shuttle, which will be running frequently all over town throughout the event.

Returning this year is a our special VIP entrance for guests holding special tickets including

“Ruby Club Membership.”

The Ruby Club provides guests entry through the new VIP entrance near the main

entrance on all four nights and includes a host of other benefits.

Even outside of the festival’s 50,000 foot tent there is plenty of fun to be found that weekend

in Newport. The festival atmosphere spreads throughout the community, as many local

businesses and organizations plan special events on the same weekend to take advantage of

the crowds. Restaurants often have special menus and live music, shops will have wine sales

featuring medal winners, and the local running club sponsors a 5K road race.

Such a massive event requires the work of the entire Chamber of Commerce staff, an

all-volunteer committee of two dozen, and hundreds of other volunteers who sign up to work

the event. The generous sponsors make the event possible, and for the seventh year in a row,

the festival’s presenting sponsor is Chinook Winds Casino Resort.

Many of the volunteers perform their duties in exchange for a three-day pass to the event.

A four-hour shift is all that is required, and out-of-towners are welcome. Check the event web

site for details and to sign up.

The primary purpose of the festival is to infuse a boost into the local economy at a time

when it is ready for a boost. While revenues from festival admissions are reinvested in the

community by the Chamber of Commerce, local organizations benefit as well. More than 20

local non-profit organizations participate as their annual fundraiser by providing services

such as monitoring parking and cleaning up, and some have a booth that features one of the

festival’s wineries and they ‘pour for proceeds.’

Bobbi Price, Festival Manager said, “It has been an honor to have such an integral role in

the planning of the Newport Seafood & Wine Festival. Over the last 10 years I have watched

it grow and develop in wonderful ways. One thing that I am continually impressed by and

very thankful for is the incredible amount of community support that surrounds this event. It

wouldn’t be possible to execute without the local committee that works year-round and 300

volunteers that come together through the weekend to create a successful event.”There are

many reasons why Newport’s Seafood and Wine Festival is “The Original and Still the Best”.

Of course, the fun makes this event number one on the Oregon coast!


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5 Insider Tips

for Enjoying the Newport

Seafood & Wine Festival

Come Thursday night

In recent years the festival has opened quietly on Thursday

evening, informally referred to as “Locals’ Night.” This is the

least crowded and most laid-back time to attend, and all

vendors will be set up and ready to go.

Come After 2 pm on

Saturday

Peak hours for the entire festival are 2pm-12pm on Saturday.

If you are looking for a leisurely stroll through the event, you

will want to avoid Saturday and enjoy a day in Newport at other

shops and area attractions. If you enjoy the crowd and hoopla,

come after 2 pm on Saturday and go to dinner afterwards!

ON THE COVER

Best of Show Winner: Merrill Cellars • Rogue Valley,

OR • 2016 Reserva Garnacha

Dungeness Crab Courtesy Local Ocean Seafoods

photo by Jeremy Burke

FROM THE WINERY

By O.J. Merrill of Merrill Cellars

As Robert Mondavi said in his Autobiography Harvest of Joy, “Wine

to me is a passion. It’s family and friends. It’s warmth of heart and

generosity of spirit. Wine is art. Wine is Culture. It’s the essence of

civilization and the art of living.”

My first wine related job was in 1972. I had great friends and mentors

with volumes of knowledge about wine, and I was an inquiring mind

and palette wanting to learn. There my adventure began. Thus my

adventure continues. Restaurant jobs, wine jobs, and dreams led me

to making wine to my taste, based on mostly European wines and

their food compatibility. The wines speak for me and for the terrior.

Sunday is a great day

Sunday is a more relaxed environment inside the big tents.

You will have more elbow room and time to really peruse the

booths and enjoy sampling and buying your favorite wine.

Use the Shuttle

Parking near the event, especially at peak times, can be a

hassle, and it could cramp your wine-tasting style (please don’t

drink and drive!). Free shuttles will run throughout town for the

duration of the festival; the shuttle schedule and route map are

on page 19 of this guide.

Volunteer

If you volunteer just four hours of your time during the festival

for the Chamber of Commerce, you will receive a free three-day

pass to the event. Free! Only four hours! Such a deal! Sign up

to volunteer on the festival’s web site.

About the Best of Show Wine from Merrill Cellars

2016 Garnacha “Reserva”

Rogue Valley AVA, True Spanish Style. Very Ripe, higher alcohol,

balance without too much acid. Big Cherry, Dark stone fruit, and some

exotic spices to accompany the usual aromatics


Festival Seafood

Booth 80 — Mo’s Seafood & Chowder

Mo’s Seafood and Chowder is a local family owned and operated restaurant that has

been serving their nationally famous clam chowder and Oregon Seafood on Newport’s

Historic Bayfont for over 70 years. Mo’s has served their clam chowder at all 42 wine

festivals and this year is no different. The Mo’s family is delighted to be serving their

famous clam chowder and garlic cheese again this year. For more information please

visit our website at moschowder.com.

Booth 51 - Oregon Seafoods

Sea Fare Pacific is locally produced in Charleston, OR. All the seafood found in our pouches

are 100% wild caught, sustainable and only from the U.S. Every product – from our delicious

seafood soups to our once cooked Albacore tuna – are hand crafted to ensure only

the best quality ingredients make up these pouches. Stop by our booth and ask for a

free sample of one (or all) and taste for yourself the quality that comes from the Oregon

coast. See you soon!

Booth 59 — Asiatico

We are a family and locally owned small business chef-driven restaurant.

Hidden away at Newport’s Historic Bayfront with a

spectacular view of Yaquina Bay. An abundance of fresh seafood indigenous to the

area combined with unique cocktails and sake collections, Asiatico is the Oregon

Coast’s premier restaurant for an innovative Asian fusion cuisine and sushi at its best.

Booth 140 — Crepe Neptune

Authentic French sweet and savory crepes: spun and flipped right in front of you. Made

with the freshest of ingredients. Assures smiles of delight. Gluten and dairy free available.

Booth 52 — Clearwater Restaurant

Clearwater Restaurant located on Newport’s Historic Bayfront serves award winning and

rave-worthy fresh and local food including seafood, high quality meats and specialty cocktails.

Opened June 2016, Clearwater has become the new favorite for locals and visitors to

the Oregon Coast, offering waterfront dining with live Sea Lion entertainment, bar, lounge

and outside patio. Serving their famous Dungeness Crab Mac & Cheese at Booth #52.

Booths 25, 26 and 27 — Waldport Boosters

Using fresh local seafood, the Waldport boosters will be raising funds while serving delicious

seafood melts, including those with Dungeness crab, Pacific shrimp, albacore tuna,

smoked salmon and blue cheese. They will also be serving whole cooked Dungeness

crab and fish tacos.

Booth 95 — Naturally Northwest Seafoods

Serving fresh Yaquina Bay oyster shooters, Pacific shrimp cocktails and Dungeness

crab cocktails.

Booth 7 - Pacific Crab Company

Based on the North Coast of Oregon, we serve only fresh and seasonal coastal seafood

fare. At our table, local Dungeness Crab is king! Come try our Crabby Leek Chowder,

fresh Crab Cocktails, our famous Salt and Pepper Dungeness Legs, or our Crab Bake

Mac & Cheese.


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Awards

2019 Amateur Wine Competition

(Newport, Oregon) - The 2019 Newport Seafood and Wine Festival Amateur

Wine Competition took place on Sunday, January 27th. The Greater Newport

Chamber of Commerce (GNCC) received wines from amateur winemakers all

around Oregon and Washington, as well as one from Oklahoma. Wines were

sorted by variety and then arranged into flights to be blind tasted by a select

panel of judges. Scores were given for color, bouquet, taste, finish and overall

impression. Nine of the sixty-three wines submitted earned a Gold medal, fourteen

wines earned Silver medals, twenty earned Bronze Medals, and twenty of

the submissions were non-medalists.

The most prestigious award of the competition, Best in Show, went to Robert

Hatt with Small Barrell Wines from Forest Grove, Oregon, for his 2016 Pinot Noir.

The judges awarded a perfect score of 20/20, noting the smooth and distinctive

aroma, strong color, and enjoyable finish of the wine. All of the judges were

impressed with the high quality of Hatt’s Pinot Noir and commented that the taste

matched the smooth aroma and attractive color. Hatt also received a gold medal

for his Sangiovese entry.

– Chardonnay, Kelly Smothers – Blackberry Pinot Noir and Cabernet Sauvignon, Rick

Nuttall – Barbera, Adrian Burling – Marechal Foch, Karla Anderson – Boysenberry,

Tom York – Pinot Noir, Kory McClintock – Cabernet Sauvignon, Michelle Alger –

Blackberry, and Mike Doherty – Syrah and Viognier.

The Amateur Wine Competition committee applauds each of the contestants

for their commitment and dedication to winemaking. Medal winners will

be displayed at the 42nd annual Seafood and Wine Festival in Newport, Oregon,

presented by Chinook Winds Casino Resort on February 21-24, 2019. The GNCC

would like to remind attendees that Saturday admission is by e-ticket only and

there will be no general admission that day. Tickets are available online at www.

seafoodandwine.com.

Gold medals were also awarded to the following contestants: Phil Bard –

Cabernet Sauvignon, Kenneth Stinger – Petit Verdot and Cabernet Sauvignon,

Joel Rea – Sangiovese, Mario Pierce – Pinot Noir Rose, Stephen Fine – Cabernet

Sauvignon, and Karla Anderson – Raspberry.

Silver medals were awarded to: Bill Brown – Sangiovese, Phil Bard – Cabernet

Franc, Kenneth Stinger – Malbec and Bordeaux Blend, Joel Rea – Blackberry and

Marsanne-Rousanne, Daryl and Rosi Nichols – Pinot Gris and Riesling, Mike Janisse

– Mango, Pineapple and Peach, Dave Cho – Gewurztraminer, Rick Nuttall – Fortified

Red Whiskey/Cabernet, and Mike Wilskey – Merlot Blend.

Bronze medals were awarded to: Paul Boyechko – Cabernet Franc, Brian

Campbell and Mark Bernard – Red Blend, David Patte – Pinot Noir, Daryl and Rosi

Nichols – Gewurztraminer, Mike Janisse – Banana, Mario Pierce – Riesling, Rick

Dunlap – Plum and Blueberry, Curt Jutzi – Cabernet Sauvignon, Gillian Wildfire


Newport Seafood and Wine Festival

2019 Commercial Wine Competition results

BEST-OF-SHOW: Merrill Cellars • Rouge Valley, OR • 2016 Reserva Garnacha

Winery

GOLD MEDAL WINNERS

Booth

Vintage

Description

Bluebird Hills Cellars 75 2016 Pinot Noir

Region

Willamette

Valley

Bradley Vineyards 131 2017 Baco Noir Elkton, Oregon

Melrose Vineyards 166 2015 Chardonnay Umpqua Valley

Merrill Cellars 11 2016 Garnacha Rogue Valley

Merrill Cellars 11 2015 Red Blend Rogue Valley

Noble Estate Winery 99 2014 Merlot Rogue Valley

Redgate Vineyard 47 2016 Syrah Umpqua Valley

Saginaw Vineyards 152 NV Blackberry

Willamette

Valley

Saginaw Vineyards 153 2018 Rose of Pinot Noir

Willamette

Valley

Season Cellars 128 2015 Grenache

Southern

Oregon

Season Cellars 128 2014 Malbec

Southern

Oregon

Spangler Vineyards 103 2015 Cormenere

Southern

Oregon

Spindrift Cellars 162 2016 Cabernet Franc

Willamette

Valley

Spindrift Cellars 162 2013 Port Style

Willamette

Valley

Winery

Booth

Capitello Wines 155 2017 Sauvignon Blanc

Willamette

Valley

Capitello Wines 155 2016 Pinot Noir

Willamette

Valley

Cardwell Hill Cellars 38 2014 Pinot Noir

Willamette

Valley

Cardwell Hill Cellars 38 2014 Pinot Noir

Willamette

Valley

Cardwell Hill Cellars 38 2014 Pinot Noir

Willamette

Valley

Chris James Cellars 46 2016 Pinot Noir

Willamette

Valley

Chris James Cellars 46 2016 Pinot Noir

Willamette

Valley

Coleman Vineyards 65 2016 Pinot Noir

Willamette

Valley

D'Anu 55 2014

Canernet Sauvignon

Walla Walla

Valley

Eola Hils 136 2015 Sparkling

Willamette

Valley

Hawkins Cellars 171 2015 Red Blend

Columbia

Valley

Hawkins Cellars 171 2016 Syrah Yakima

Honeywood Winery 73 NV Marionberry Oregon

J Wrigley 98 2016 Pinot Noir

Willamette

Valley

Joel Gott 2017 Pinot Gris ORegon

Macindoe Family

Cellars

63 2016 Chardonnay

Willamette

Valley

Vintage

Description

Region

Stone Griffon Vineyard 89 2015 Tempranillo

Willamette

Valley

Stone Griffon Vineyard 89 2015 Tempranillo

Willamette

Valley

Territorial Vineyards &

Wine Co.

45 2014 Pinot Noir

Willamette

Valley

Willamette Valley

Vineyards

43 2015 Grenache Rogue Valley

Willamette Valley

Vineyards

44 2017 Pinot Gris Rogue Valley

SILVER MEDAL WINNERS

Acrobat 77 2017 Pinot Gris Oregon

Bennett Vineyards &

Wine Company

121 2017 White Pinot Noir

Willamette

Valley

Bluebird Hills Cellars 75 2017 Chardonnay

Willamette

Valley

Capitello Wines 155 2016 Pinot Noir

Willamette

Valley

Catman Cellars 33 2016 Malbec

Columbia

Valley

Catman Cellars 33 2016 Pinot Noir

Chehalem

Mountains

Compton Family Wine 163 2015 Pinot Noir

Willamette

Valley

Chris James Cellar’s 46 2017 Cuvee Blanc

Willamette

Valley

D'Anu 55 2014 Sangiovese

Walla Walla

Valley

Eola Hils 136 2015 Chardonnay Oregon

Garibaldi Cellars 49 2016 Pinot Noir McMinnville

Garibaldi Cellars 49 2016 Pinot Noir McMinnville

Honeywood Winery 73 NV Mead Oregon

Merrill Cellars 11 2016 Chardonnay Oregon

Namaste Vineyards 151 2015 White Port VDC

Namaste Vineyards 151 2014 Merlot Yakima

Outdoor Vino 104 NV

Cabernet Sauvignon

Purple Cow Vineyards 165 2013 Malbec Clarksburg

Redgate Vineyard 47 2016

Cabernet Sauvignon

Umpqua Valley

Redgate Vineyard 47 2017 Tempranillo Eola-Amity

River's Edge 132 2017 Sauvignon Blanc Elkton, Oregon

Sweet Earth Vineyards 180 2015 Pinot Noir

Willamette

Valley

Three Acres 139 2017

Dry Rose' Pinot

Noir

Willamette

Valley

Three Rivers 121 2016

Cabernet Sauvignon

Washington

Valley View Winery 66 2015 Merlot Rogue Valley

Valley View Winery 66 2016 Tempranillo Rogue Valley

Vitis Ridge 61 2012 Red Blend

Columbia

Valley


Winery

Willamette Valley

Vineyards

Booth

Vintage

Description

Region

43&44 2016 Pinot Noir Rogue Valley

BRONZE MEDAL WINNERS

12 Ranch Wines 40 2014

Cabernet Sauvignon

Rogue Valley

Acrobat 77 2016 Pinot Noir Oregon

Acrobat 77 2017 Rose Oregon

Bradley Vineyards 131 2017 Dry Riesling Umpqua Valley

Compton Family Wine

& SEA02

163 2017 Sparkling Rose

Willamette

Valley

Crater Lake Cellars 126 2015 Grenache

Crater Lake Cellars 126 2014 Red Blend

Emerson Vineyards 150 2017 Muscat Ottonel

Willamette

Valley

Eola Hils 136 2015 Port Oregon

Flying Dutchman

Winery

145 2015 Cabernet Franc Rogue Valley

Flying Dutchman

Winery

145 2015 Petite Sirah Rogue Valley

Hauer of the Dauen 24 2006 Lemberger

Willamette

Valley

Henry Estate Winery 87 2017 Pinot Gris Umpqua Valley

Henry Estate Winery 87 NV Pinot Noir Blend Umpqua Valley

J Wrigley 98 2017 Chardonnay

Willamette

Valley

Joel Gott 176 2016 Red Blend Washington

Macindoe Family

Cellars

63 2015 Pinot Gris

Willamette

Valley

Melrose Vineyards 166 2017 Pinot Gris Umpqua Valley

Misty Oaks Vineyards 141 2013 Canernet Franc Umpqua Valley

Misty Oaks Vineyards 141 2013 Red Blend Umpqua Valley

Naked Winery 85&86 2015 Nebbiolo

Columbia

Valley

Noble Estate Winery 99 2013 Pinot Noir Rogue Valley

Parrett Mountain

Cellars

143 2016 Malbec

Columbia

Valley

Parrett Mountain

Cellars

143 2016 Zinfandel

Columbia

Valley

Pinot Vista 83 2016 Barbera

Columbia

Valley

River's Edge 132 2014 Pinot Noir Umpqua Valley

Season Cellars 128 2016 Viognier

Southern Oregon

Silver Falls Vineyards 116 2016 Red Blend

Willamette

Valley

Silver Falls Vineyards 116 2017 Rose

Willamette

Valley

Solena Estate 32 B 2017 Pinot Gris

Willamette

Valley

Solena Estate 32 B 2016 Pinot Noir

Willamette

Valley

Spangler Vineyards 103 2014 Nebbiolo Oregon

Territorial Vineyards &

Wine Co.

45 2016 Pinot Noir

Willamette

Valley

Territorial Vineyards &

Wine Co.

45 NV Red Blend Oregon

Three Rivers 121 2014 Chardonnay Washington

Valley View Winery 66 2016 Viognier Rogue Valley

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Saturday April 13, 2019

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128 Season Cellars

116 Silver Falls Vineyards

32 B Solena Estate

103 Spangler Vineyard

162 Spindrift Cellars

89 Stone Griffon Vineyard

28 Sweet Cheeks Winery

180 Sweet Earth Vineyards

45 Territorial Vineyards

123 The Potter’s Vineyard

139 Three Acres Winery

176 Toledo Chamber of Commerce

66 Valley View Winery

36 Varnum Vintners

17 VinTyr Wines

61 Vitis Ridge

43 & 44 Willamette Valley Vineyards

178 Wine Fauve

121 Yaquina Bay Yacht Club

37G Zerba Cellars

CRAFT VENDORS

74 All Found Artistry

48 Amy Tatala-Beck

142 Aphrodite’s Treasures

88 Aria’s House Clothing

172 Art of Lisa Sofia

109 109A Badass Sign Co.

72 Bead Chicas

161 Breach the Moon/Oceanic Arts

34 D Calliope Knits

35 Calliope Knits

12 Candy Monster Books

72 Circle Couture

13 & 14 Classic Collection Hats

108 & 108 Coast Photos

1 Country Strong Ammo Jewelry

119 & 120 Crispin’s Import

Gallery

90 & 91 Cutting Edge Wood Creations

29 & 30 DJ’s Food and Gifts

62 DJ’s Jewelry & Accessories

39 Ear Wings

8 Emerald City Spinners

138 Flood Clothing

81 Garlic Gourmay/JSC Creations

23 Haute Candles

82 Havin A Blast

31A Incas Alpaca Shops of Newport

56 Jill’s Wild (Tasteful!) Women

67 Leather Girl Kelley

167 Leslie Hand Painted Glass

168 Leslie Hand Painted Glass

53 & 54 Lularoe Shannon Wiles

124 Lunamy

64 Merch & Marine

96 & 97 Migration Clothing

106 Nachtrab Glass Studio

92 Nectar of the Vine

133 Nomad Leather

177 Northwest Dips

34 & 35 Oak Creek Collection

134 Oliver’s Gourmet Company

147 One Fork Caramels

129 Pak Hye Goods

164 Raindance Organics

36 F RAW Woodworks

42 Saucy Jewelry

144 Sauve Jewelry

101 Specifically Pacific

179 Steel Knight Designs

154 Steelhead Metalwork’s

76 T Bee S Honey

160 The Anvil Jeweler

137 Three Rivers Gourmet

148 Timbergrove Stained Glass

149 Timbergrove Stained Glass

127 Vonstead Art

158 Wildlife Images

21 & 22 Wind Drift Gallery

BEER VENDOR

18 Rogue Ales

19 & 20 Rogue Ales served by GNCC

NON-ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE VENDOR

60 Bigfoot Beverages served by

Waldport Middle School East Coast Trip

FOOD VENDORS

84 A&S Jerky, LLC

59 Asiatico Fusion Cuisine and

Sushi

2 BBQ Salmon by Happa Food Co

68 Bliss Nut Butters

112 Brevin’s Solid Gold Fudge

113 Café De La Rue

10 Canby Asparagus Farm

9 Chau’s Little Vietnam

52 Clearwater Restaurant

25, 26 & 27 Crab & Shrimp Melts by

Waldport Boosters

140 Crepe Neptune

4 Dough on the Go Wood Fired

Pizza Company

100 Fish Peddlers Market

94 G-Gourmet Catering & Events

173 Granny Fi’s Shortbread

115 Greenville Farms

3 Grilled Shrimp by Happa Food Co

78 Kimo’s Dips

117 Lovin’ Spoonful Catering

174 Melting Pot Candies

33C Mi Distinctive Tastes

80 Mo’s Seafood & Chowder

95 Naturally NW Seafood

79 Old World Candies

51 Oregon Seafoods LLC

71 Oregon Wine Country Jerky

7 Pacific Crab Company

118 Rogue Creamery

5 Royal Cuisine, LLC

169 & 170 Seafood Gumbo by the Newport

Fire Department

157 Straus Bavarian Nuts

6 Ultralife Café


Seafood & Wine Festival Briefing

42

Years the festival

has taken place

21

Free shuttle bus stops

throughout Newport

300

Festival volunteers

10,000

Population of Newport

27,000

Record number of festival

attendees in 2017

“I know many people who have been volunteering

[at the festival] for more than 20 years. We keep

doing it because of established relationships with

them, even if we only see each other once a year. In

a way, it’s a big party.”

Dana Orr, Longtime festival committee member

“We have much to

be proud of from our

Oregon and Northwest

wines!”

Joseph Swafford,

Wine competition

judging coordinator

9,000

Festival glasses

sold/distributed (2019)

50,000

Square footage of festival tent

“You’re here, let the

fun begin!”

Newport Seafood & Wine

Festival Crab Man

Jim Protiva

“We thank all of our

sponsors, volunteers,

vendors and patrons

who make this Festival

possible. Come Enjoy!”

Patti Ferry, Executive

Director, Greater Newport

Chamber of Commerce

83

Wine vendors

1

Beer vendors (Rogue

Ales, of course!)

58

Craft Vendors

25

Food Vendors

SOME GREAT TIPS TO ENJOY THE FESTIVAL TO ITS FULLEST

Do!

• Get your tickets online for all festival dates and times.

• Take the free shuttle to the festival.

• Take a walk on the beach.

• Wear comfortable clothes and dress in layers.

• Bring your own (clear) glass for tasting or

glasses come with ticket purchase this year.

• Taste and taste and taste.

• Drink wine.

• Enjoy the festival!

Don’t

• DON’T Forget that no tickets are sold at the door on Saturday.

• DON’T Drive under the influence.

• DON’T Play on logs or turn your back on the ocean.

• DON’T Wear ball gowns and five-inch heels.

• DON’T Expect vendors to pour tastes directly into your mouth.

• DON’T Hesitate to buy glasses, bottles, and cases.

• DON’T Skip the seafood.

• DON’T Wait a year to come back to Newport!

• DON’T Forget your valid photo ID (21 or older)

• DON’T Intentionally break your glass


Spring

Agate Beach

Wayside

Ocean View Dr.

Harney

Eads

John Moore Rd.

FREE Bus Shuttle Route

February 21, 22, 23 & 24, 2019

THURSDAY 5:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

FRIDAY 12:00 p.m. - 9:00 p.m.

SATURDAY 10:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m.

SUNDAY 10:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

• The Shuttle shuttle will will run run on on a continual a continuous loop

loop throughout the the festival festival hours hours with

with approximate stops stops at 45 at 20-30 minute - 1

minute hour intervals.

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Pacific Shores Motorcoach Resort

Oceanhouse B&B/Tyee Lodge B&B

Little Creek Cove

Best Western Agate Beach Inn

Walmart

America’s Best Value Inn & Suites

Waves of Newport Motel

Nye Beach Arch

Rodeway Inn & Lee’s Wok

The Whaler Motel

Elizabeth Oceanfront Suites

Shilo Inn & Suites

Georgies Beachside Grill

9th & Hurbert parking lot

Marine Discover Tours

Mariner Square

The Landing

La Quinta Inn & Suites

Holiday Inn Express

South Beach State Park

Festival Site

555 S.W. Coast Hwy

1-800-262-7844

(541) 265-8801

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Bounty of the Sea:

A guide to Newport’s mouth-watering seafood

by Nancy Steinberg

While many visitors seem to focus on the “Wine” part of the Seafood & Wine

Festival, the outstanding selection of local seafood is worth the trip to the

festival as well. Here’s a checklist of some of the types of local seafood you’ll

find offered by the festival’s vendors. Get your seafood fix and try them all!

Dungeness Crab

Dungeness crab is the official Oregon state crustacean, and Newport has been

officially designated the Dungeness Crab Capital of the World. Luckily, you’re

here smack-dab in the middle of Dungeness season. At the festival look for crab

cocktail, crab dips, crab melts and other yummy ways you can eat this Newport

icon.

Salmon

Salmon is to the Pacific Northwest what lobster is to Maine: an iconic species

weighty with culture and history. The two most popular species here are

Chinook, otherwise known as king salmon, and Coho, also called silver salmon.

How about smoked salmon or salmon jerky while you’re at the festival?

Pink Shrimp

Small in size, local pink shrimp are big on taste, as well as easy on the wallet.

Shrimp cocktail will be available at the festival, and look for them on salads and

in crepes as well.

Clams

Very low low tides, called minus tides, bring out clammers at many local

beaches. Razor clams are big and delicious (and harder to catch than any animal

without a backbone should be), and we have cockles, gapers, and butter clams,

clam fritters and Mo’s will be serving up its world-famous clam chowder at the

festival.

Oysters

The Oregon coast was renowned for its oysters for generations, but the native

oyster has been largely extirpated from local waters. Oregon Oyster Farms,

upriver from the Bayfront, now farms the briny treats. Find oyster shooters at

the festival, and while you’re here, you can also purchase oysters directly from

the farm’s retail outlet at about milepost seven on the Bay Road.


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Ruby Vip Club

Festival to repeat last year’s success

By Dennis Anstine

T

he Newport Seafood and Wine Festival will again offer Ruby

Club Membership cards, which, for $155 each, allows VIP entry

and several other benefits.

VIP ticketholders will gain entry to the tent for all four days and will be able to come

and go as they please throughout the festival’s new VIP entry door No. 3, which is located

adjacent to the general admission and E-ticket entries.

Members will also receive a commemorative wine glass and a swag bag with coupons

for free offerings from the more than 50 vendors at the festival.

“We were excited to continue developing this ticket and made some changes for this

year,” said Bobbi Price, the Newport Chamber of Commerce’s Tourism & Festival Manager.

Vendors offering discounts to VIP members and free wine tasting include (with

booths), include:

Wine discounts –

• Free tasting from Bluebird Hill Cellars (booth 75)

• Free flight from Chris James Cellars (booth 46)

• Two complimentary tastings from Naked Winery (booth 85 & 86)

• 50% off wine flight at Merrill Cellars (booth 11)

Non-wine discounts –

• Buy one get one item free at G-Gourmet (booth 94)

• Buy one get one free cup of chowder from Mo’s (booth 80)

• Half price on any one item from EarWings (booth 39)


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To-do List

What to see while you’re not seafood-and-wining

by Nancy Steinberg

Y

ou’re here to eat seafood and drink wine, and by all

means, please spend as much time as you can doing

just that. But Newport is full of fun things to do in case

you need to take a break from the giant tent.

Lighthouses

Newport has two picturesque lighthouses that were historically used to guide

and warn ships at sea. These historic treasures are now landmarks and tourist

destinations as well as icons of our beautiful city. The Yaquina Bay Lighthouse in

Yaquina Bay State Park is believed to be the oldest structure in Newport, and is

listed in the National Register of Historic Places. Located just north of Newport

in the Yaquina Head Outstanding Natural Area, the Yaquina Head Lighthouse

is the tallest lighthouse in Oregon.

www.yaquinalights.org

Hatfield Marine Science Center

Ever watch an octopus devour a live crab? Want to try your hand at generating

electricity with a wave? Have questions about invasive species, underwater

earthquakes, deep-sea hydrothermal vents, or local fish species? You can do all

this and more at the Visitor Center of Oregon State University’s Mark O. Hatfield

Marine Science Center in South Beach. The Visitor Center houses exhibits related

to HMSC faculty research, as well as touch tanks and a resident Pacific octopus.

www.hmsc.oregonstate.edu

Pacific Maritime & Heritage Center

Housed in a gorgeous building presiding over the east end of the Bayfront, the

Pacific Maritime & Heritage Center is stunningly beautiful inside, a fitting home

in which to explore Lincoln County’s maritime history and take in the bustling

activity of the fishing fleet just across the street.

Continued on page 26


Continued from page 25

Oregon Coast Aquarium

No visit to Newport is complete without a stop at the Oregon Coast

Aquarium. This world-class attraction features indoor and outdoor exhibits

that have repeatedly earned the Aquarium a ranking as one of the top

ten aquariums in the nation. Visitors can wander through a range of permanent

exhibits focused on local critters. One favorite is Passages of the Deep,

named “The coolest 50 yards on the Oregon Coast!” by Spirit Magazine, a

1.32 million-gallon exhibit displaying a diverse array of marine animals

including sharks up to 10 feet long.

www.aquarium.org

Nye Beach and the Bayfront

Make sure to visit two lovely Newport neighborhoods while you’re here: Nye

Beach, on the ocean, and the Bayfront, on the north shore of Yaquina Bay. Both

areas have something for everyone, including unique shops, outstanding restaurants,

and other attractions. On the Bayfront, make sure to stop by and say hello

to the sea lions that loll (and bark!) on the pier near Port Dock One restaurant.


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We Take Crab Very

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Local Maps, Places to

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Need more information on

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see our Premium Visitors

Guide Travel Newport.


Special thank you to our presenting,

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Toyota of Newport

Life is better on the beach and at Toyota of Newport our mission is to provide

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Thank you for celebrating the 42nd annual Newport Seafood & Wine Festival,

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of the Newport Seafood & Wine Festival. We love that this festival brings the community

together to celebrate the best Newport has to offer, and we are always

happy to have it near our World Headquarters. Come on over to Rogue Brewer’s

on the Bay pub at 2320 SE OSU Drive to try a free sample of Outta Line IPA, the

new official beer of the Rogue Nation.

www.rogue.com.

2320 OSU Drive

Newport Or 97365

541-867-3660.

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CoEnergy Propane is a proud sponsor of the Newport Seafood & Wine Festival.

Serving the Willamette Valley, Oregon Coast, and Central Oregon; CoEnergy

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