VINO

Best Buy Club

The  goal of the Best Buy Club  is to offer you the opportunity to experience some of the world’s greatest wine  values. This two-bottle offering is only $20.00 per month. Vino  has always sought out hard-to-find, reasonably priced wines from all the growing  regions around the globe. We feel strongly that a person doesn’t have to pay  $15-20 a bottle to enjoy fine wine. The rapport we enjoy with our distributors  and importers will ensure that each month you’ll receive what we feel are some  of the best bargains to be found anywhere. And these wines are offered at a  discount from our already low retail prices. Along with your shipment of wine  you’ll receive tasting notes, including background information on the winery,  plus food- matching suggestions. And you don’t have to worry about missing out  on all the great finds we come across here at Vino.  each month as a member you’ll automatically receive these selections at your  home or office. You can also arrange this as a wonderful thank- you gift for  a business associate or a welcome gift to any friend or relative. You can specify  the length of the membership and can cancel at any time. Sign up now by sending us an email or call the store (503.235.8545). Each monthly club selection can be picked up at the store, delivered locally here in Portland, or shipped wherever you want. Just give us the details and we’ll handle the rest!

 

Featured Wines
Powerful Priorat at a Pretty Price!

Wow! I just tasted this about 5 minutes ago with one of my reps and was absolutely blown away that a Priorat this good was available for so little and had to sit down and share immediately! This is as[more]

Nada Nebbiolo: Barbaresco Quality at a Bargain Price!

When you speak of traditionalists, Bruno Nada, carrying on for his father Fiorenzo, is making wines that challenge anybody’s in the Piedmont for excellence. This nebbiolo is sensational. Rich, b[more]

Dolcetto Gets Real!

Ascheri is renowned for producing Barolos that are classics. Unyielding, bold, traditional nebbiolo that come from their impeccably maintained cellar in Bra. Their attention to detail, and the intense[more]

I don’t usually do things prompted by reviews I read in The Wine Spectator, especially wines that are made in the several thousand case quantity, but I know on this bottle when word hits the gen[more]

Savory Savoie: 2011Philippe Ravier Roussanne

We’ve been seeing plenty of roussanne based wines coming from various NW wineries. They are usually fairly good, but unfortunately priced at about $15-$20 or more. Now here’s the thing: they are n[more]

This hasn’t happened in a long time: a wine comes in from an area that I like but have never really been overly impressed with, and WHAM!, suddenly my palate pops open, my mind’s expectati[more]

Baby Barbaresco!

I’ve been amazed at the values from Franco Serra’s small Piedmontese operation in the village of Mombaruzzo a few km’s from Alba. Whether it was a killer Barbaresco for around $25 or[more]

2013 Love & Squalor Pinot Gris: leave bland behind!

Floating like a delicious life preserver in a sea of innocuous pinot gris comes this latest zesty white from winemaker Matt Berson, who seems to have knack for making whites that refresh, satisfy, and[more]