*** *** Primrose & Tumbleweeds: May 2014

Wines Available by the taste or glass today

Ransom, Jigsaw 2012 Willamette Valley Pinot Noir

Trisaetum, 2012 Willamette Valley Pinot Noir

Stafford Hill, 2011 Eola-Amity Hills Tempranillo

Trisaetum, 2013 Rose of Pinot Noir

Trisaetum, 2013 Riesling

Charles Smith, 2012 Columbia Valley Chardonnay

Beer & Cider on Tap Today


Sandals & Sangria Event, Wednesday, May 21 6-9 pm

Get ready for summer!  Join us as we partner with Gimre's Shoes for a fashion show of the newest summer sandals and sip some sangria.  We will have swag bags, prizes and Gimre's will be offering discounts on purchases that night.
You will not want to miss this fun event, grab your girlfriends to come along.  RSVP and receive an extra ticket for the prize drawings.


Primrose Spotlight, Thursday, May 29th 7 pm

The May Primrose Spotlight will feature Rioja wines.  Enjoy discussion and tasting of a diverse and enjoyable selection of wines from this region.  We will present wines from the three districts, Alta, Alavesa and Baja.

Class begins at 7 pm, $15 per person in advance or $20 at the door.
Register now over on the right side of your screen or call us to register by phone 503-703-8525

Thanks Willamette Week for recognizing Primrose & Tumbleweeds for our cider selection

Hillsboro’s Primrose & Tumbleweeds prides itself on offering the world’s largest selection of Oregon wines. Thankfully, there’s also a side room with an almost as strong selection of beer and cider. The bar features 10 taps, with three going to cider. Local ciders dominate the shelves of the side room, but there are a few offerings from England, France and Spain. If you get lucky, you just might find a rarity like the Duke from Carlton Cyderworks—last bottled in 2012—we spotted amid the bottles and cans of the cider fridge. The trek to Hillsboro may seem daunting for townies, but this bottle shop, just a few blocks away from the final Blue Line stop, will help you feel right at home with charcuterie from Olympic Provisions and some fantastic cider. Corkage is on the house.

                                                                                               - Willamette Week, 2014 Beer Guide