tupelo Park City Toasts Antiquum Farm with Exclusive Wine Dinner

tupelo Park City interior (tupelo)

tupelo Park City welcomes wine lovers to sip four esoteric wines from Junction City, Oregon’s Antiquum Farm on Thursday, August 29, at 7:00 p.m. The intimate wine dinner, paired with tupelo’s freshest flavors of the season, will be led by the vineyard’s Stephen Hagen as he guides guests through each wine and discusses his throw-back to a pre-1940s style of vineyard management he dubs “grazing-based viticulture” that results in soils, vineyards and wines that are exotic, distinct and utterly delicious.

“Antiquum Farm is producing some of the most intriguing wines we’ve discovered recently, and we are thrilled to bring their unique varietals to the tupelo table,” said tupelo Park City Chef & Owner Matt Harris. “The fruits of Hagen’s old-school agricultural practices create vibrance and character in his wines unlike any other.”

The Antiquum Wine Dinner features four notable wines from the Junction City vineyard including one exclusive debut:

Daisy Pinot Gris

Crisp focused acidity and mineral drive contrasts with a creamy layered texture and fully developed fruit.

Aurosa Rose of Pinot Gris

Light exposure to skins and gentle handling yield delicately focused hibiscus and rose hip.

Allium *DEBUT*

Skin contact orange pinot gris. Very limited production. 

Juel Pinot Noir

A pinot of electrifying intensity and power. Deep, dark fully mature fruit in perfect tension with mouthwatering perfect acidity.

This intimate 21+ event is expected to sell out, so purchasing tickets as soon as possible is encouraged. A $75 ticket, plus tax and gratuity, includes a full-course dinner of exquisite tupelo creations carefully paired with four Antiquum Farm wines. Reservations can be secured at tupeloparkcity.com/events.

Stuart is the founder, writer and wrangler at several sites including Gastronomic SLC, Utah Now and, The Utah Review; Stuart is a former restaurant critic of more than five years, working for the Salt Lake Tribune and has worked extensively with other local publications from Utah Stories through to Salt Lake Magazine and Visit Salt Lake.