SE Wine Collective

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SE Wine Collective

Opened in 2012 along Division Street's white-hot restaurant row, this growing collective houses nine small wineries and has quickly become the city's leading incubator for vino entrepreneurs. The spacious facility includes a large, light-filled tasting bar with glass roll-up doors (offering a peek at the vinification process) and a main wall and bench seating made from old wine barrels. The tasting bar is also a wine bar, so you can sample the artisanal wines produced on-site, or order a flight, glass, or bottle (to go or to enjoy on-site) as well as tasty small plates from an extensive menu. Although Oregon is chiefly known for Pinot Noir, Pinot Gris, and Chardonnay, the wineries at the collective produce a richly varied assortment of varietals, including a heady Syrah from Helioterra, a supple Viognier from Jackalope Wine Cellars, and a peppery Cabernet Franc from Willful Wines. Here, and at several other wineries in the city, you can by a PDX Urban Wineries Passport for $20; it comes with a $5 gift card, free tastings, and discounts at a number of local eateries and other businesses.

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