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RachaelLK | Aug 15, 200207:30 PM     7

I'm thrilled at the response to my Yamhill County question below. A tangent...the shop "Oregon Wines" was suggested for trying but not buying. Where do my fellow chowhounds in PDX purchase their wine? So far (I'm just over legal drinking age...yikes...) I've been smitten with Vino in Sellwood, and felt as if I wasn't spoken down to (occurs often due to my age etc.) at the shop at 15th and NE Broadway (the name is escaping me!) I'm looking specifically for good valued and good pairing wines, like to buy by the case and rarely spend above $15-$20 a bottle, though have no issue doing so for a quality barbaresco or such.

Let's compare notes!
rachael

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