Below you will find Pend d’Oreille Winery’s WINE OF THE MONTH, EVENTS & LIVE MUSIC
Wine of the Month – 2018 Pinot Gris
The 2018 Pinot Gris has a crisp, bright structure with notes of grapefruit, lemon zest, and apple candy. The Pinot Gris is the perfect accompaniment to your summer porch picnic or pair with fresh vegetables and goat cheese.
All month long 10% off bottles 1 - 5, 15% off bottles 6 - 11, and 20% off cases.
Complimentary tastes or enjoy $7 glass pours all month long.
In addition, join us Friday nights for live music and $6 glass pours.
In House Events and Live Music
Music hours are 5:00-8:00pm unless noted otherwise. All events are at the Pend d’Oreille Winery tasting room at 301 Cedar Street, Sandpoint, Idaho. All music events are free and open to the public unless noted otherwise.
Saturday, June 1st Live Music with The Tonedevil Brothers
Come in for a glass of Friday Night Wine and experience the talented Tonedevil Brothers, Anthony and David Powell, with their collection of original songs and arrangements of western swing, bluegrass, blues, singer-songwriter, and Americana. Anthony, mandolin and vocals, and his brother David, harp guitar and vocals, are entertaining with seamless brotherly harmonies and a beautiful vintage sound. 5-8:00 pm. Free and Open to the Public. (Americana, Folk/Rock)
Sunday, June 2nd : Piano Sunday with Annie Welle
Annie Welle is a local, talented Jazz Pianist. Enjoy a glass of wine and a bite to eat for a lovely spring Sunday afternoon at the Pend d’Oreille Winery. 3-5pm. Free and Open to the Public. (Jazz)
Thursday, June 6th, First Thursday After Party and Live Music with Brain Jacobs
Let's kick off summer in Sandpoint with a downtown party! Participating businesses will be partnered with local restaurants, providing small bites and drinks and in-store specials just for the evening! Pend d’Oreille Winery appetizers will be served at Cabi on the Cedar Street Bridge. Get your "passport" stamped while walking around enjoying art and entertainment: live music, children's games, and more. Passports can be turned in at the after party to get entered to win one of several prizes. Pend d’Oreille Winery hosts the After Party 7-9:00pm with live music by the talented Brian Jacobs. Brian will perform from 5:30-8:30 pm and have you singing along to musical favorites that span the decades. Free and open to the public.
Friday, June 7th, Live Music with Justin Lantrip
Come in for a glass of Friday Night Wine and enjoy Justin Lantrip performing his original music as well as your favorite indie and alternative songs. His soulful sound is the perfect accompaniment to a glass of Friday Night Pinot Gris. Arrive early for a seat, glass of wine, and a Farmer’s Board from our spring menu! 5-8:00pm. Free and Open to the Public. (Indie, Alternative, Folk)
Saturday, June 8th: Live Music with Mike Wagoner Trio
The Mike Wagoner Trio, made up of Mike, Utah John and Jaco, are the perfect local musical trio. This trio packs the house and will be performing your favorite folk, Americana, and rock music. Arrive early to get a seat and order a Farmer's Board and a glass of wine and then sit back and enjoy! 5-8:00pm. Free and Open to the Public. (Folk, Americana, Rock)
Sunday , June 9th: Piano Sunday with Kaylee Cole
Join us for a special Piano Sunday treat with Los Angeles-based pianist and singer, Kaylee Cole! Kaylee found her voice, her songs and her passion for playing music after an intense car accident in college. Her origin story is more Marvel comic than real life. In the accident, the radio knobs punctured her leg and activated an ancient voice within her, songs that were waiting to come to the surface. Much like Spider Man, bit by the spider, she operates under the mantra that, “with great power, comes great responsibility”. Kaylee considers herself to be a song keeper and takes this role seriously seeing it as a joy and a responsibility. Recognizing the profound healing power of music, her intention in every song and performance is to spill her guts onstage so that the audience can find a piece of their own truth with her. She has shared the stage with The Lumineers, The Head and the Heart, and Damien Jurado. Collaborating with TV on the Radio, Hey Marseilles, Pickwick, Widower, Nick Jaina and many more. Sunday, June 9th, 5-8:00 pm. Free and Open to the Public. (Folk, Lounge, Comedy and Storytelling)
Friday, June 14h : Live Music with BOCA
Join us for the energetic and charismatic local musical duo BOCA. BOCA is a multi-instrumental duo featuring the talented Ben Olson and Cadie Archer from the Sandpoint indie folk rock band Harold's IGA. 5-8:00pm. Free and Open to the Public. (Indie, Folk, Rock)
Saturday, June 15 h: Live Music with Lonesome Lyle
Lyle Morse, also known as "Lonesome Lyle", is an outstanding acoustic guitarist, harmonica player and singer-songwriter from Eastern Washington. Lyle's groove-based sound is influenced by British blues, the Chicago blues stylists, Detroit soul/rhythm & blues, country blues, folk, jazz and "Americana" music. As one fan put it, "I like your polish, your passion, your knowledge of blues and repertoire, how you both sing and play harmonica while you play great steady blues riffs." This show is sure to delight. 5-8:00pm. Free and Open to the Public. (Blues, R&B, Folk, Americana)
Sunday, June 16th: Piano Sunday with Peter Lucht
Join us for a Sunday afternoon of live piano music and a glass of Pinot Gris. Peter is a local favorite pianist who promises a pleasant Sunday afternoon. Share a Farmer’s Board from our new spring menu! 3-5:00pm. Free and Open to the Public. (Jazz, Blues, Classical)
Friday, June 21st: Art Walk Reception - Scott Kirby Featured Artist
We are delighted to launch the Pend Oreille Art Council’s Art Walk with a reception featuring the stunning paintings of Scott Kirby. Referred to as an “accidental artist” by Sandpoint Magazine -- Scott is also an accomplished pianist -- he began painting in 2005 after nine months of drawing with dual-tip brush pens. Though some of Scott’s artwork is inspired by actual locales, most are imagined scenes or composites of the familiar images, skies, structures and enormous open landscapes found in the High Plains and the Heartland. ArtWalk is an annual summer-time tradition where local businesses and galleries join with POAC to provide exciting art exhibits in Sandpoint’s downtown core. Local singer and guitarist, Doug Bond, will provide the perfect background music for the Art Walk reception. 5:30-8:00pm. Free and Open to the Public.
Saturday, June 22nd Live Music with John Firshi
John Firshi’s expert musicianship on the guitar is perfectly matched with his soulful, expressive vocals. His music includes blues, folk, and latin influences. Summer is here so come early to grab a seat and a glass of your favorite Pend d’Oreille Winery wine! 5- 8pm. Free and open to the public. (Folk, Blues, Latin, Rock, Acoustic)
Sunday, June 23rd : Piano Sunday with Glenda Novinger
Settle in with a glass of wine and appreciate local talent, Glenda Novinger, on the grand piano. Glenda owns the Novinger Music Studio in Bonners Ferry and we are thrilled to welcome her back to Pend d'Oreille Winery. Piano music at the Winery promises a pleasant Sunday afternoon, 3-5 pm. Free and Open to the Public. (Jazz, Standards)
Thursday, June 27th: Trivia Takeover Live
Create a team with friends and family or play solo. Questions are fun and challenging and always new. Prizes awarded for winning teams. 6-8:00 pm. Free and Open to the Public.
Friday, June 28th Live Music with Echo Elysium
Talented Spokane-based musician, Echo Elysium, a nuanced and dynamic electric and acoustic guitarist, has been “transporting audiences to alternate dimensions” for over ten years in the Pacific Northwest. His performances have been described as a “magical and ethereal” experience. Echo Elysium is influenced by a wide range of genres from Rhythm & Blues to Prince and Pink Floyd to Southern Gospel. Most recently, Echo Elysium released a record, “Trouble Water,” an unapologetic journey through his personal life experiences via the diverse sounds of Soul, Blues, and Rock. 5-8 pm. Free and Open to the Public. (R&B, Soul, Rock, Gospel)
Saturday, June 29th Live Music with Dustin Drennen
Don't miss Dustin Drennen performing Saturday, June 29th! Dustin draws from a diverse pool of influences to inspire his music which might be called folk, cow-punk, or alt-country. 5- 8:00 pm. Free and Open to the Public.
Sunday, June 30th : Piano Sunday with Dwayne Parsons
Dwayne Parsons is a self-taught, free-form pianist that produces as he plays! Wine and piano are a special combination and Dwayne will share stories and his music to delight. 3:00 - 5:00 pm. Free and Open to the Public.