Uncorked: Private Pop! Feat. Stoller Wines

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The Brasserie and Neighborhood Café at Parish says
Announcing UNCORKED: PRIVATE POP featuring Stoller Wines!

Wine, like many of the best things in life, is meant to be shared…and this special Uncorked featuring Stoller's rose, chardonnay, chardonnay reserve, pinot noir and pinot noir reserve is no exception. We’re excited to welcome owner and founder, Bill Stoller, who will be on hand to tell you all about the grapes.

When: Thursday, September 24th at 6:30 pm.

Cost is $30 per person and includes wine, cheese & charcuterie

Reservations required. Make yours today, call 404.681.4434.


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About Bill Stoller:

Bill Stoller was born here on the property and raised on the family farm outside of Dayton, Oregon. He received a degree in business and economics from Pacific University, as well as an MBA from Portland State University. In 1983, Bill co-founded Express Employment Professionals, currently the largest privately-held staffing company in the world, with over 600 offices in four countries. Additionally, in 2001, he founded Xenium, a human resources outsource company. This business success has enabled Bill to pursue his passion of wine and to contribute to his community. Bill's most prominent civic commitment was to his alma mater, as the former chair of the Pacific University Board of Trustees.

True to his Oregon upbringing, Bill sees himself as a custodian of the land he loves, and cares deeply about sustainability and environmental protection. Driven by these values, he sought to create a business that would last for the next two centuries and beyond. When Bill acquired the family property from his cousin in 1993, many considered it to be marginal farmland at best. But Bill recognized that the rocky, well-drained Jory soil, the elevation between 300 and 650 feet, and the land’s south facing slope were all ideal for growing wine grapes.

Bill, already a veteran of the wine world thanks to his co-ownership of Chehalem Winery, planted his first ten acres each of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay in 1995. He leveraged the experience of consulting viticulturists, but also adapted many newer vineyard techniques in order to maximize the fruit quality. As an ardent preservationist, Bill built from the ground up a business he could one day entrust to his great-grandchildren. This drive for sustainability earned the vineyard the first-ever LEED Gold certification in the world.
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