Feast Portland: Rosé All Day & Brunch Village

Hello loves!

This past weekend I had the honor of attending Feast Portland. As a foodie, rosé and brunch lover, I was thrilled to be able to attend both of these events. The weekend consisted of tasting food, wine, beer and desserts. From sipping while while simultaneously learning about what makes rosé so special, to hopping around the different tents to discover new ways brunch is presented, it was truly and experience.

ROSÉ. ALL DAY.EVERYDAY

I’ll start with my first and favorite event. We tasted eight different types of wines as four panelists discussed the history behind rosé, the different types of notes we were tasting and where they originated from to what types of wines they weren’t particularly fond of. Fun fact: The aristocrats used to drink rosé as they felt red wine was more for the lower class. Rosé in fact is actually a classy wine that people drank for years before it became a trendy thing. It was a symbol of status in Europe. I think my favorite wine was the Miraval wine or as they call it the Brangelina rosé. It’s seriously perfect in taste and I could drink that wine any day. Quite frankly, all the rosés were really delicious. I also loved the Argyle brut rosé. What I loved the most about this event. It was intimate. I was able to ask the panelists questions and really learn a lot about wine.

I did have a chance to stop by the Grand Tasting. Here’s a glimpse of the most magical donuts I have ever had!

BRUNCH VILLAGE

Brunch Village was what I had been looking forward to. Unfortunately for me, there were several things that had nuts or shellfish that I couldn’t try. After being on my feet the whole day the day before, my knee wasn’t too happy the following day so I tried to go to as much as I could. A few favorites were the cocktail weiners and Bloody Mary bar at the Bon Appetit tent as well as the hush puppies. The one that definitely won for me was from Chef Daniel N Oseas from Broder Cafe. It was a waffle with mascarpone cream and loganberry jam. Best thing I’ve EVER had. The English muffin with sausage and egg from Chef Matt Sigler at Figlia was also great! The Turkish hummus with maple and sage sausage from Butcher & Bee wasn’t bad but it wasn’t my favorite.

Things I didn’t taste were the seafood cocktail since I have a shellfish allergy, the coconut chia pudding, hazelnut biscuit, breakfast fruit crisp , and the yogurt with fruit on the bottom.  There was also a paleo waffle that looked amazing but unfortunately was made with almond flour. I’m sure that was amazing. Things I wish I tried but didn’t have a chance were the b’day brekkie, the chicken and waffle and the bagel bomb! Mimosa was courtesy of Gruet!

Overall an amazing experience! Since this was my first time I didn’t really know what to expect. I went solo and sort of floated around and tried to get around to as much as I could try. Next time I know to plan ahead and try to meet up with some fellow bloggers I may have missed! I did get to meet some really nice and friendly people and really explore my taste buds which was fascinating. I learned so much about wine, food and all things that Portland has to offer.

Until next time feast! This brunchinista was stuffed!

xxo

Jacqueline

 

 

 

28 Replies to “Feast Portland: Rosé All Day & Brunch Village”

  1. Yes! I love this!! Rosè all day lol..your pics are amazing btw!

  2. Wow, that looks incredible! I want one of those salted double chocolate doughnuts!

  3. This food looks delicious and I love Rose!

    xo, Patty
    http://www.pattyskloset.com

  4. So many good eats! Looks like it was a fun time 🙂

    Lindsey | http://www.seamlesssea.com

  5. Rose all day! That is something I can get on board with!!

  6. Wow this is seriously like heaven!

  7. This looked so fun, you had me at those Cajun Maple donuts 😀

    xx
    Lauren
    http://www.shoesandsashimi.com

  8. Everything looks so great!! I am sure this was so fun!!

  9. Oh, my goodness!?! Where was my invitation? This brunch FEAST in Portland would be a dream come true for me!

  10. The only thing on my mind at the moment is food with this pregnancy and having a rose is seriously something that I’m dreaming of and only four more months to go!

    Such a shame that so much of the food had things you couldn’t have in them but glad you managed to enjoy yourself anyway. The food looked amazing <3

    Helen xx
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  11. Omg I would be in heaven at this Portland food fest! That’s so interesting that rose was considered higher class wine in the past. Does the Miraval rose Brangelina have anything to do with Brad and Angelina? Just curious as I know they had an estate in France named Miraval lol. Wow the brunch looks amazing. I wish I would get the waffle!! Those deviled eggs and sausages and everything looks so scrumptious. I would be all over that seafood too! Lol. What a treat to have tasted so many delectable foods! Xoxo, Christine
    http://dailykongfidence.com/

  12. What an amazing experience for your to taste all of these wines and delicious foods
    Rose all day sounds good to me! And those donuts! Yum! These pictures are making me so hungry !
    I am sort to hear that you could not taste it all due to allergies, but it still must have been so fun to attend!
    Wish there was more events like this where I live!
    Xo
    Britta

  13. Ashley DTKAustin says: Reply

    This sounds like my kind of event!! Looks like an amazing time!

  14. Oh my gosh, so much amazing food to try!

    Lindsey | http://www.seamlesssea.com

  15. The Portland food fest looks and sounds amazing! I would love to have attended! I’m so full right now but I’m looking at these pictures all heart eyed. I loved learning that rose was considered higher class wine in the past. Sorry to hear that you couldn’t eat everything but it looks like you still had an absolutely wonderful time! I definitely want one of those salted donuts!

    Manda Lee | EvocativelyChosen.com

  16. I love Portland I hope to get back there this year!

  17. This looks like so much fun! I’d love to do something like this 🙂

  18. I love all the information you included- I never knew that about Rose! I hope you enjoyed all of the wine you were able to taste. This festival seems amazing, and the food looks absolutely delicious. I am so hungry after reading this!

    ~xo Sheree
    PoshClassyMom.com

  19. Rose all day sounds like my kind of event!! I love when social events are also educational. Learning about wine is so interesting and I feel like you can never stop learning about this subject. And how good did your brunch look!! Yummmmm! Looks like you had a great few days exploring.

    J. x

  20. Omg I would love to go to Feast Portland! I am so hungry right now and that food looks mouthwatering! For some reason, I had no idea that you had all of those food allergies! I am glad you were able to find goodies to it! The BBQ sausages look amaze! Thank you for the Rose’ fact. Now I’ll pretend I’m an aristocrat while drinking it. :p

    XO
    Tandya
    http://www.simplytandya.com

  21. OMG that event was tailor made for you! Feast Portland sounds like so much fun! Too bad you had allergy issues at Brunch Village. Sounds like you had fun (and had what to eat) anyway. I would have gotten there early and been the last to leave and tried everything LOL..
    XO
    http://www.lehoarder.com

  22. Hello Jacqueline,

    I’m foodie, rosé and brunch lover too. Both of these events sound like a perfect activities for a cool weekend. I would like to attend Brunch Village and to try those waffles by Chef Daniel N Oseas from Broder Cafe. They must be super delicious!

    xoxo

  23. Oh my! This event is absolutely fantastic! I bet you had a lot of fun there. Girl, 8 different types of rose wine!!! Wow!
    The Brunch Village looks heavenly, it’s like a hotspot for all the foodie-lovers. Everything looks so delicious! Yummy!

    Cheers, Eliza | http://www.fashion-confession.com

  24. Hey girl, after reading this post I am feeling hungry!! You always share such a delicious food. I also love Rosé, I really love the idea of learning about wine, this is a plus becasue I consider myself a wine lover but sometimes I need to know more info about wines. I wish I could attend the Feast Portland , it souns like a great event. Thanks for sharing and hope your allergies are under control.
    Have a nice day!

    Vanessa

    http://thefashionstatement.net

  25. Hey Darling,
    Hows you?
    OMG, 8 different types of wine?I am a big Wine Lover:) yummm
    What a Fantastic Event, Everything looked sooo Good and tasty:)
    I would enjoy sooo much this event:) Love Love Love:)
    Love Kisses
    Open Kloset By Karina
    Happy Week

  26. Gosh I love this kind of events babe!! Im also a foodie and wine person. love hanging out in this kinds of events not only because food is delicious but the environment is so fun and cool and not to mention the people you meet!! Please next time can I come with you??
    Hope when I get to visit Portland to attend to one of these events.

    xoxo
    Marcy

  27. Feast Portland definitely sounds like the place I need to be, every single year! Wine tasting? Light bites that include deviled eggs and donuts?! Sign me up please! Brunch Village looks quite fun it itself as well. I can see why it was your favorite part!

  28. Omg Feast Portland looks like a heaven. I wish I could attend there and try all delicious wine and food. Thanks for sharing it.

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