Our restaurants have such an amazing team of sommeliers and wine lovers to bring their favorite wines to our guests every day. While we can't bring selections to you table side right now, we can deliver exceptional wine from our restaurants straight to your door! These wine selections are curated just for you by our Wine Director Jess Hereth who was named 2018 Food & Wine Sommelier of the Year. Please check back often as all supplies are limited and new selections will become available regularly. If you're looking for additional items you can contact Jess directly to purchase additional restaurant selections.
**These product are available for our Portland Pantry Delivery service only. You must live in the Portland metro area to qualify. You must be 21 years or older to purchase beer, cider, and wine. Age verification is required upon delivery. Check our our FAQs page for more information.**
Vincent Chardonnay | Chardonnay | Oregon 2018 $23
This is a lot of high quality Oregon chardonnay at a very good price. None of that oak butter caramel flavors that scares me away, just purity, finesse, and deliciousness.
Savage Grace "Blanc Franc" | Cabernet Franc | Yakima Valley WA 2019 $24
If you haven't explored the world of shall I say... "naked" cab franc, you're in for a treat. When making red wine you simply leave the red grape skins to maceration in the juice during fermentation. Cabernet Franc = red grape skins = red wine. But what if you don't allow the maceration? You get a white wine from a red grape! Pale and just barely salmon tinged in hue this white wine has tropical aromatic notes, a fleshy clean texture, and striking bright acidity.
Luneau Papin "Clos des Allees" Muscadet Sevre-et-Maine | Melon de Bourgogne | Loire FR 2018 $23
Nothing is more refreshing than a glass of mouth bitingly fresh Muscadet on a hot (or cool) summer eve. Best with light fish, oysters, young cheese, and positive patio vibes.
Lucien Crochet Sancerre | Sauvignon Blanc | France 2017 $38
Sancerre holds a most dear space in my heart. Every time I have good Sancerre in my glass I feel spring time coarse through my veins - the excitement of spring vegetables and grilled trout, the anticipation of summer sun, the eagerness for the world reawakening after our winter slumber. With its lively acidity, its tart fresh flavors, and its subtle under tone of wet stones I can think of no better wine to ring in the arrival of spring sunshine.
Fiorano "Donna Orgillo" | Pecorino | Marche IT 2018 $22
In France there are people who have careers as a "nez" or "nose." These are professional"sniffers" that help concoct world famous perfumes. And yet, I can't imagine any "nez" could come up with an aroma as delicate and enticing as this, and without blending a single thing. Just natural, beautiful, aromatic white wine. Nothing added, nothing taken away.
Beurer Trocken | Riesling | Germany 2018 $22
"Here’s the hypothesis we’ll set out to prove: Jochen Beurer may be one of the most important winemakers in Germany. An ex-European BMX champion - his wines are pure energy; they have a universal vibration to them. They seemingly do not follow the laws of physics that govern the rest of the conventional wine world. They float. Among winemakers in Germany, Beurer is revered and his whites and reds are nearly always considered among the greats. Few winemakers are able to achieve such thrust and such purity, from the simpler Trollinger and Portugieser up to Grauburgunder, Sauvignon Blanc and, yes, Riesling. Yet Beurer’s influence flows not only through his wines, but through his actions. Jochen is one of the deepest thinkers about the environment beyond the vineyards. A tour with Beurer is as likely to include a discussion of his bees, the vegetation and animals surrounding the vineyards as it is to include a discussion of the soil and vines themselves. Remstal (where Beurer is located) is the only area in Germany with Zweigelt!"-Vom Boden (importer)
A note on our wine program from Jess:
The wines found on in our wine programs are chosen for their quality and impeccable match to our charcuterie and cuisine. They are from producers that make wine in ways we want to support - they are stewards of the land, making wines in the manner that generations did before them: without chemicals and inputs, without modification or manipulation. They are sustainable, biodynamic, and/or organic, and are made in the most natural methods possible. Nearly all undergo wild yeast fermentation and express terroir in its truest form. They are from talented farmers and families with an unmatched passion to keep the joyous tradition of wine alive. Most are made in such small quantities we are fortunate to see them in our hands. I hope you enjoy these gems of the wine world as much as we do.