Sec Wines

503.805.5871 1937 NE Broadway Suite B
Portland, OR 97232
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  • Pol Rémy Gala Brut 1975

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    I purchased cases of this Pol Remy sparkling demi sec wine in France last year very cheap but surprisingly refreshing no complaints from guests so I still buy it when I can..................................obviously I'm not a wine snob but also have a large selection of fine wines Read More

    Wine review by Revy for me


  • I recently purchased a bottle of Mirabelle Brut Rose Champagne for an intimate celebration. Unfortunately, I was looking for a champagne to pair with a desert (in mind, specifically, a dark chocolate rum ball), but I'm not sure I made the right choice. I feel as though this bottle may be better suited for a meal rather than a treat. Nonetheless,... Read More

    Forum post in the topic What to Pair With Mirabelle...


  • Have being lucky enough to get some fresh Tasmanian truffles @ $2.00p/g only got a small one to begin wih at 15grms and 30 the next.I've never had fresh truffle before and must say it's an experiance and the heady aroma....amazing.I'm wondering what wine I should consume, as I now have a brie wheel which I will be cutting it in half and will gra... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Truffles


  • Clos Lapeyre Blanc Jurancon Sec 2008

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    Recently we got hooked on Jurancon Sec. I bought a bottle of Camin Larredya 2008 during a sampling binge at Chambers Street Wines in Manhattan. When I got it home, six of us tasted it simultaneously and all had a look of astonishment and contentment. The particular bottle we had was one of the nicest white I've ever tasted. I've been trying to... Read More

    Wine review by whsouthworth


  • Stress: INPUT APPRECIATED.  Please don't be shy.I've worked with a number of different wine-tasting templates in the past.  Some of them bland as unsalted butter, or even unsalted-salt... some so verbose it's as if I feel pressure to read the single tasting note in a week.  And filling them out, particularly when AT an actual tasting can be a ve... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Designing a new, easy-fill...


  • Hospice du Rhone, the brainchild of John Alban, has become Spring's epicenter for all things Rhone.  This global celebration is a warm embrace of all 22 grape varieties that trace their heritage to the lands that surround France’s 505 mile watering hole, 18 years strong, with this year, embarrassingly, being my first.  Well, it took me ten years... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Hospice du Rhone Installment...


  • I'm headed to the Manhattan Cocktail Classic this weekend, and over the past few days, as I've spoken to other attendees, I'm hearing a big split between those who actually enjoy mixed drinks, and those who cannot fathom mixing additional ingredients into their chosen spirit.Interestingly, it tends to be the highly-dedicated wine lovers who ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic cocktails vs. spirits


  • I’m not really sure if wine cocktails are true cocktails, but these recipes are still ideal for summer fun and entertaining. The Bellini is probably the most famous wine cocktail, though sangria may fight for that honor. Either one can be delightful, and while they may define wine cocktails for many people, there really is a world of recipes to ... Read More

    From the article Classic Wine Cocktails for Summer


  • Champagne is a wonderful place that makes wonderful wine.  Champagne has been treasured by the Czars of Russia, the Kings of England and nobility throughout Europe.  However, the big problem with Champagne is that the region is restricted.  It literally takes an act of the government to make more available.  While this has happened recently many... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Roederer Estate Visit


  • It is a Goulaine 2008 Vouvay.  Got it at KL wines.  Anyway, first taste, I thought YUCK...sweeet!!  But NOT. finishes nicely.. 12.5% alcohol. My california palate is special needs..  Anyway, this is growing on me, and I don't even know if it is considered a good one or not.  Is it genetically similar to chardonnay grape or one all its own??? Read More

    Forum post in the topic Drinking my first Vouvray..


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