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I want to give a great big thank you to Hillcrest Orchard for donating all 20 smudges pots for the stroll. This adds a truly unique element to the stroll.
The smudge pots have been placed at each of the participating restaurants. Each restaurant has the opportunity to decorate them if they wish. They will be theirs to keep if they wish and will continue to advertise our event throughout the year.
So as you stroll on Friday night, keep a lookout for those pots and see who did a great job at decorating them.
Also, when you get a chance go by Hillcrest Orchard/Roxyann Winery and say thank you for the donation of the smudge pots.
Inspired by the Rogue Valley’s natural beauty and bounty, RoxyAnn Winery was founded in 2002 at the historic Hillcrest Orchard in east Medford. One of Southern Oregon’s oldest orchards, Hillcrest Orchard has been directed by members of the Parsons family since 1908. The winery name RoxyAnn comes from the earliest settlers who laid claim to the most fertile portions of the Rogue Valley in the 1850′s and named the tallest mountain peak after a pioneer woman named Roxy Ann Bowen. Her land claim stretched from the vicinity of present day Rogue Valley Medical Center in Medford to the foot of Roxy Ann Peak. Roxy Ann Peak’s summit rises 2,000 feet from the valley floor and is the northernmost peak in a twenty-mile long, northwest/southwest trending ridge system that parallels the contact between the older sedimentary rocks of the valley floor and the younger volcanic deposits.
Jack Day, grandson of Hillcrest founder Reginald Parsons, saw the potential of grape growing on the historic Hillcrest Orchard and armed with the vision of an artisan farmer and a Harvard MBA, oversaw the planting of the original 20 acres on the southwest slopes of Roxy Ann Peak in 1997; where the property’s shallow, limestone-clay soils and southern solar exposure seemed ideally suited to producing Bordeaux style varietals.
In 2001, the first harvest of grapes at RoxyAnn produced only 150 cases of a proprietary red “Claret” that was a blend of Cabernet Sauvignon and Merlot; with the entire production selling out in two weeks. Today, RoxyAnn Winery produces nearly 15,000 cases of award-winning Claret, Pinot Gris, Merlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, Cabernet Franc, Tempranillo, Syrah, and Viognier that reflect balance, complexity and profound depth of flavor.
Our winemaking, under the direction of veteran winemaker, John Quinones, relies upon a balanced and skilled process that strives to fully express the unique attributes of the vineyard in every bottle of wine.
Named after the first son of owners David Traul and Lena Varner, the desire to make wine grew out of a combination of passion for food and wine, and a longing to create something beautiful and refined from the soil of the Rogue Valley. Discovering the location that would become the Varner-Traul Vineyard in Talent, Oregon was final piece to create the wines we are proud to offer you.
An opportunity for the Ledger David family,with David Traul, and Lena Varner , to share their passion, and connect with those individuals who value life experiences and fine wine.
An abstract representation of Orion’s belt…symbolic of the unity, strength and connectedness required to grow quality winegrapes which are the foundation for elegant wines… produced with the intent of enhancing your experiences.
We look forward to sharing our first, and many future vintages. Your time. Your wine. Indulge.
Cakery Kisses are delicious by themselves. You can enhance your mouthwatering experience by pairing them with:
Coffee, Hot Tea, Your favorite White or Red Wine, Hot Chocolate
Ice Tea Soy, Oat or Almond Milk
Personalize your pairing even more with:
Small Pieces of Fruit, Ice Cream
Whip Cream, Extra Chocolate Drizzle
Creations4You is family-owned and operated right here North Central Idaho. Since our company opened its doors in 2009, we’ve tried to treat everyone as family, and do our best to bring you the best tasting products for your money.
Other companies may offer similar products, but ours have no added sugars, corn syrup, preseratives, anti-caking, msg, salt, or nuts our products are the best, and come with a personal touch.
Each of our products are made by hand and with the care that we would do for our own family.
We are culinary inspired and are always creating new flavor combinations.
We make all of our cupcakes, frostings and fillings from scratch, with the best possible ingredients. We use unbleached flour and raw sugar. We also use many natural. local and organic ingredients. You do not have to eat “junk food” to feed your sweet tooth.
Call us for your next dinner party, event, business convention or wedding. We have many flavors to choose from or we can create something amazing, inspired by your taste and vision.
Elements Tapas Bar & Lounge is Medford’s first tapas bar, and our philosophy is really quite simple: take the best local ingredients, make wonderful food, and pair it with a great drink.
Tapas are a way of eating and a way of living. It is a unique shared experience that is more sociable than any sit-down restaurant. To eat tapas-style is to eat communally, free from the schedules and rigidity of a traditional meal.
We are located on the corner of Front and Main in downtown Medford. We feature a full bar, beers on tap and in the bottle, and the region’s most extensive list of Spanish wines. We offer traditional and non-traditional, hot and cold tapas made with care, using the best local and regional ingredients.
Asian Fusion Cuisine
Misoya Bistro, located in Vogel Plaza near the Craterian Ginger Rogers Theatre, offers Asian Fusion cuisine to its many new customers. Misoya Bistro is not just a sushi bar. ‘Asian Fusion’ refers to the happy combination resulting from mixing foods from Korea, China and Japan. Whether you are inclined toward sushi, tempura or teriyaki, Misoya Bistro is a marvelous solution all around.
The owners, Tae and Su Han, enjoy considerable success with their restaurant, Bonsai Teriyaki in Ashland. Misoya Bistro opened in April 2011. Its location across from the theater ensures theater-goers a place to go to enjoy healthy and often exotic food before or even after their theater experience. Misoya Bistro’s patio seating affords a unique dining experience on Vogel Plaza.
Green’s Gourmet Goodies is a family ran business which started when I gave birth to our 5th child at the age of 46 and wanted to stay home with him. I had been making our famous “Old Fashioned Caramel Corn” for over 20 years for friends and family. I had taken some to the Dr. office I worked at and the drug reps were very interested in purchasing it so I went through the proper channels and we converted our garage into a commercial kitchen. With in 2 years we were doing well enough for me to stop working outside the home and stay home as I had dreamed with my new son.
Today we offer more than 15 different flavors of candied and caramelized popcorns, toffee and nuts all which we offer in sugar free. I also developed and all natural protein bar “The Rogue Bar” which is sold in local grocery stores and coffee stands and houses. Our company is growing and we are living our dream of me staying home with the children. Our popcorn products will be available at the Ashland film festival this season, as well as at the Medford and Grants Pass Growers Markets.