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David L wrote a review Jul 2018
Portland, Oregon150 contributions17 helpful votes
Stopped by for a bottle of wine and a charcuterie plate. It was only $12, so maybe I shouldn't complain, but the white bread supplied to pair with the cheeses and meat was dry and too small of a portion. To their credit, they gave me more when I requested it.
Date of experience: July 2018
Response from Emily D, Manager at Domaine Trouvere
Responded Jul 17, 2018
Hi David! Thank you for your honest review of our Domaine Trouvere tasting room and cafe. We welcome your critique and will certainly take your thoughts into consideration. We strive to be a superb stop in wine country and hope our lite bites and wine demonstrate that. We hope to see you again for another chance to wow you!
Missscorpia wrote a review Jul 2017
Redmond, Washington1 contribution
Your discerning wine palate will certainly appreciate the high-quality coffee being served here. And the breakfast sandwiches are made fresh on the spot. My best friend and I started a road trip off on the right feet by getting our to-go goodies here. I highly recommend starting your visit to Dundee off here. Or if you are local, then get on down to Domaine Trouvere for some tastiness. The service is supreme as well. I cannot comment on their wine since I didn't get to try it just yet...…
Date of experience: July 2017
Bigi P wrote a review Jul 2016
Greensboro, North Carolina198 contributions45 helpful votes
Very much enjoyed our wine tasting and the knowledgeable wine servers. We love Rhone wines the wine made here from Rhone Varietals was well worth the stop. I particularly enjoyed the Vignonier
Date of experience: July 2016
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Marc D wrote a review Sep 2015
Portland, Oregon162 contributions22 helpful votes
Very enthusiastic and quite knowledgeable staff, great wines from the various AVA of Oregon. Very much worth the visit. I recommend their Dundee Hills Chardonnay.
Date of experience: September 2015
tfizzle wrote a review Jun 2015
Portland, Oregon1,891 contributions447 helpful votes
This is the second label for Lange, just up the road and they serve bigger reds (syrah, sangiovese) from southern Oregon. If you are tired or Pinot Noir, this is a good place. Also they let you bring in your food from the market down stairs.
Date of experience: June 2015