Seared Ribeye with Red Wine Scented Risotto, Oregano, and Rosemary Gorgonzola-Black Olive Relish

Gallery

This gallery contains 2 photos.

Steak: 2 ribeye steaks, room temperature Kosher Salt Neutral Oil Generously season the steaks with a good amount of salt. In a sauté pan, coat generously with the oil and sear until brown and caramelized, turning once until medium rare … Continue reading

Callaghan Charms Carlton

Gallery

This gallery contains 32 photos.

Singer and songwriter,Callaghan, is still on her Across America 2015- All Four Corners Tour until the end of June, but her time in Carlton left a lasting impression on the people in our community. Kris and Susan Stubberfield, residents of … Continue reading

Abby’s Razor Clam Ceviche

Gallery

This gallery contains 14 photos.

Oregon Razor Clam Ceviche Meyer Lemon Vinaigrette and Toasted Coconut Spiced Salt Recipe by Abby McManigle, Executive Chef Ken Wright Cellars Ceviche: 1 lb. Oregon Razor Clams, cleaned and thinly sliced 5 Radishes, thinly sliced ½-1 Fennel Bulb, thinly shaved, … Continue reading

Meet Chef Abby McManigle

Gallery

This gallery contains 10 photos.

For years Ken and Karen Wright have provided lunch for their staff every day. Karen herself would come in and prepare a home cooked meal in the winery. This was the norm for years, dinning outside beneath the shade of … Continue reading

Abbott Claim Vineyard Update

Visual of height development from 2011, 2012, and 2013 created by Mark Gould.

This year we have seen a significant difference in the amount of shoot growth in our Pinot noir vineyards. According to Ken Wright and vineyard manager Mark Gould, this is the most shoot growth they have seen this early in the growing season ever! Mark & Ken have kept close records on what happens in the vineyards from year to year. According to their records for Abbott Claim, on May 18th, 2011 total height was 4 inches, on May 18th, 2012 the total height was 12 inches, but this year on May 18th the shoots measured 22.5 inches! This early development has been a product of the incredible weather we have had this spring, and early bud break.  Ken is predicting that harvest could happen as early as mid-September this year. We are all very excited to see what the rest of this year has in store!