Events

AUG

15

7:30 pm

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10:00 pm

A Portland native, Alan Jones ranks as one of America and Europe’s most creative jazz drummers, composers, multi-instrumentalists and teachers. He has performed, toured and recorded with a long list of jazz legends, including his very own Sextet! He also runs his own successful Portland school, the Alan Jones Academy of Music.

Alan began playing the drums at a young age. In high school, he toured with organist Count Dutch and saxophonist Jim Pepper. After graduating from Berklee College of Music, he studied with Alan Dawson, and spent 2 summers at the Banff Center for the Fine Arts in Canada. Alan has also studied with Elvin Jones, Art Blakey, Tony Williams, Jaco Pastorius, Roy Haynes and Billy Higgins. Click here to read more about Alan.

Alan will be accompanied by Grammy Nominee Randy Porter on piano and Jon Lakey on bass.

We offer a small plate dinner menu (5 to 9 pm). No RSVP necessary. This is a 21 and over event.

AUG

19

1:00 pm

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5:00 pm

Our very own Addison S Hoff will be serving up a Crescent City classic on Sunday the 19th.  Come hungry for head-on ‘barbecue’ shrimp, tossed in a garlic, Worcestershire, butter sauce with a crusty baguette to sop up all the magic left behind.  Food’s served 1-5 with accompanying jazz led by John ‘Sticky’ Lakey and the AJAM house band from 1:30-3:30.  See ya’ll there!

AUG

22

7:30 pm

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10:00 pm

We will be bottling our red wines the week of August 20th so there will be no live jazz on 8/22/2018. We will be open with our regular hours in the wine tavern.

AUG

26

1:00 pm

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5:00 pm

We’ve got another Bayou State staple for you this weekend. Teutonic’s own Addison S Hoff will be dishing up Filé Gumbo starting at 1 and ending at 5.  This dish’ll have everything you’d expect in a New Orleans classic; the Holy Trinity, sassafras, Crystal’s, garlic, butter with crawfish, chicken and Andouille Sausage. Kick back with a crisp glass of wine while John ‘Sticky’ Lakey leads the AJAM house band through jazz improvisations until 3:30.  We’re really looking forward to this one, you should be too!

AUG

29

7:30 pm

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10:00 pm

George Colligan is a New York based pianist, organist,drummer, trumpeter, teacher, and bandleader, who is one of the most original and compelling jazz artists of his generation. An award-winning composer (Chamber Music America/Doris Duke Foundation grant recipient) and player (winner, Jazzconnect.com Jazz Competition), Colligan is highly in demand as a sideman, having worked with players like Cassandra Wilson, Don Byron, Buster Williams, and Lonnie Plaxico, both on the bandstand and in recording sessions (appearing on over 100 CDs). He has released 24 recordings full of his intelligent writing and impressive technique. His latest CD on the Origin Label is called”The Endless Mysteries” and features Larry Grenadier and Jack DeJohnette. Colligan’s musical style incorporates everything from showtunes to funk, from free improvisation to 20th century classical music. His performances include dazzling technique as well as mature restraint. Click here to read more about George.

George will be accompanied Jon Lakey on bass and Alan Jones on drumms.

We offer a small plate dinner menu (5 to 9 pm). No RSVP necessary. This is a 21 and over event.

SEP

01

7:00 pm

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9:00 pm

Co-hosts Molly Smithson and Amanda Martin-Tully of Trash Amp Productions present Sex and the Pity at Teutonic Wine Company.

Put your “Sex and the City” expertise to good use and hear some of Portland’s top comics during Sex and the Pity.

CARRIE your team to victory during our Sex and the City trivia competition! Wine prizes from local female-owned businesses. Then laugh yourself silly with acts from some of Portland’s funniest comedians!

Featured comedians include: Carter Anderson, Amanda Arnold, Dylan Carlino, Mohanad Elshieky, Debbie Wooten.

Small dinner plate menu available (5 to 9 pm) and of course you can purchase our delicious wines as you go.

Tickets available now for $15. Click here to purchase.

This is a 21 and over event.

 

SEP

05

7:30 pm

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10:00 pm

Friesen was an autodidact on bass, having picked it up while serving in the U.S. Army in Germany. He played with John Handy and Marian McPartland and following this, with Joe Henderson; in 1975, he toured in Europe with Billy Harper. His first album as a session leader appeared that year. In 1976, he began collaborating with guitarist John Stowell; the pair would work together often. He appeared with Ted Curson at the Monterey Jazz Festival in 1977. Following this, he worked with Ricky Ford, Duke Jordan, Mal Waldron, and Paul Horn. His 1989 album Other Times, Other Places reached No. 11 on the U.S. Billboard Top Jazz Albums chart. He has also played with Chick Corea, Michael Brecker, Stan Getz, Dexter Gordon, Kenny Garrett, Dizzy Gillespie, and Mal Waldron.

The rest of the New Quartet includes Joe Manis and Rob Dennis on tenor saxophone and Charlie Doggett on drums.

We serve a small dinner plate menu (5 to 9 pm). No RSVP necessary. This is a 21 and over event.

SEP

12

7:30 pm

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10:00 pm

John is a unique jazz guitarist influenced as much by pianists and horn players as he is by guitarists. His original take on harmony, chords and improvisation sets him apart.

He has taught internationally for over 40 years in every educational setting.
His clinics are informal, hands-on and informative. In addition to music theory and guidelines for improvisation, John shares his professional experience with the business of music.

John Stowell will be accompanied by Jon Lakey on bass and Alan Jones on drums.

We serve a small plate dinner menu (5 to 9 pm). No RSVP necessary. This is a 21 and over event.

SEP

14

4:00 pm

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5:00 pm

Wine drinkers are increasingly intrigued by wines made with minimal intervention, which can result in terroir-driven wines rich in flavor and character. This session will discuss the distinctive aspects of natural wines, and will explore some of the issues facing natural wine as it increasingly steps into the spotlight. Participants will include: Penelope Bass (Imbibe, Portland), Dana Frank (Bar Norman, Portland), Kathryn Olson (L’Oursin, Seattle), and Barnaby Tuttle (Teutonic Wine Company, Portland).

For more information and to purchase your ticket, click here.

SEP

19

7:30 pm

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10:00 pm

A wildly inventive, dynamic and ubiquitous pianist for the last two decades, George Colligan certainly needs no introduction in that role. But with his Portland-based band Theoretical Planets, Colligan displays an alternate yet equally effective side as he leads his chord-less, two saxophone quartet from behind the drums. With Colligan’s long hours spent on the bandstand with a multitude of the world’s premier drummers (he currently tours with Jack DeJohnette and Lenny White), their influences are apparent, but his powerful and distinctive musical vision always prevails.

George Colligan & Theoretical Planets include Joe Manis on tenor saxophone, Nicole McCabe on alto saxophone, Jon Lakey on bass and George Colligan on drums.

We offer a small plate dinner menu (5 to 9 pm). No RVP necessary. This is a 21 and over event.

SEP

26

7:30 pm

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10:00 pm

Rebecca Kilgore is one of America’s leading song stylists who finds particular delight in preserving and interpreting the music of the Great American Songbook. She regularly performs worldwide jazz festivals, jazz cruises and parties. Rebecca Kilgore was inducted into the Oregon Music Hall of fame (2010) and to the Jazz Society Oregon’s Hall of Fame.

This performance will be a live recording of Rebecca accompanied  by recent Grammy Nominee Randy Porter on piano and Tom Wakeling on bass.

General admission tickets are available for $25 or with dinner for $45.

Dinner menu includes Bolognese di Pastore (beef & pancetta ragu topped with crusted mashed potatos) side salad and dessert. Vegetarian option available. Wine is sold seperately. Dinner seating (family style) is between 6 and 6:30. Show starts at 7:30 pm.

To purchase your ticket, click here.

This is a 21 and over event.

 

 

OCT

03

7:30 pm

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10:00 pm

During the months of October and November, our winery will be in full swing making more wine and we will not host any live jazz performances during this time. Check back for updates.