See liquor license notification from OLCC below .Â Â Â If you have concerns or questions, please let me know within the timeframe indicated.Â Â Notify me a few days before the due-date so I have time to put together a response to Ms Tenenholz.Â Â Or, contact her directly.Â Â If you do that, I would love to be CCâ€™d on the email.
Susan Pearce, HAND chair
March 6, 2014
Susan Pearce, PresidentÂ Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â Â
Hosford Abernethy Neighborhood District
c/o Southeast Uplift Neighborhood Coalition
3435 SE Main Street
Portland, Oregon 97214
Liquor License Application for a Winery License
RE:Â Â Â 5Q Wines, LLC (Jennifer Jelinek & Heidi Ingelfinger)
dba: 5Q WINES
Dear Ms. Pearce:
The OLCC received an application for a Winery license at the above address.
The winery license allows you to import, bottle, produce, blend, store, transport or export wine or cider.Â It allows the sale of wine or cider at wholesale to the Commission.Â It also allows for retail sales of wine or cider to the consumer for consumption on or off the premises.
This location will be licensed as a winery no consumption so there will be no bottling, production, blending, storage, sales or service at this location â€“ this is strictly an office space.
If your organization wishes to provide the Commission withÂ factualÂ information concerning whether there is a basis to grant or deny this licenseÂ under the OLCC’s licensing standards, please write me at the following address:
Deborah Tenenholz, License Investigator
P.O. Box 22297
Milwaukie, OR 97269-2297
If you have any questions, please call me atÂ (503) 872-6874.Â Please respond to this letter within 14 days of this letter’s date so that we can process this application in a timely manner. We will share your information with the applicant, make it a part of the public record and consider it when making a final decision.