at Syndicate Wine Bar- Beaverton
Seatings Every Thursday & Friday, 5 PM & 7 PM
The Cellar is Syndicate Wine Bar’s newest addition! This private space is separate from the rest of the main dining area. It is constructed with premium sound insulation, a separate music system, custom-made furniture, intimate lighting, and environmental details throughout.
The Cellar offers you a private wine tasting experience spanning 90 minutes, led by our own sommelier, who will guide you through an intentional flight of five distinct wines, themed by geography and/or varietal, with paired charcuterie to complement.
The Cellar is not a date night table, it is a sensory experience intricately designed to heighten your wine tasting experience, backed with WSET-certified educational content, and plenty of fun conversation to inspire your mind as the wines please your palate.
Sommelier Service & Education
An Exclusive Tasting Experience
- Wine Tasting like nowhere else in Beaverton
- Rare and top-shelf wines valued at $125-$200/bottle
- A themed menu of five, 3-ounce (1/2 glass) wine pours
- Charcuterie board with paired, region-specific foods
- Set in a private room separate from the main dining area
- 90 minutes of education led by David Anderson, WSET 3 w/Merit
- Additional glass pour wines available from David’s private collection
- By reservation only, Thursdays and Fridays at 5pm and 7pm
Average price: $100 per person; Club discounts apply.
Going Places in July
A “French Crus” Experience
It’s All in a Glass
Laurent-Perrier Cuvée Rosé Grand Cru NV
Dry; Medium-high acidity; Medium body; Fine perlage. Soft mouthfeel and a silky, lasting finish. Aromas and flavors of fresh strawberry, cherry blossom, vanilla, melon rind, dried orange, citrus peel, and fresh bread. Outstanding quality.
Retail Price: $138/bottle
Joseph Drouhin 2020 Santenay
Dry; High acidity; Medium body. Aromas of rose petal, candied cherry, vanilla meringue, graham, sun dried tomato, paprika, potting soil, and graphite. Flavors of Bing cherry, hibiscus, pomegranate, black tea, anise, and cigar. Very good quality.
Retail Price: $84/bottle
Moulin de Duhart 2019 Pauillac
Dry; Medium-high acidity; Medium body. Spicy and bright, with modest structured tannin and a delicate finish. Aromas: lilac, violet, blueberry, stewed plum, & baked cherry. Flavors: Red plum, wild blackberry, black raspberry, creme brulé, browned butter, pepper, & sea salt. Very good quality.
Retail Price: $171/bottle
Chateau Bélair Monange 2011 Saint-Émilion Grand Cru
Dry; Medium-high acidity; Medium-full body. Silky-yet-structured tannin. A long, mineral-driven finish. Aromas: Dried plum, black currant, dried fig, toasted sugar, sage, cocoa, cigar box, bread crust, and chili spice. Flavors: Dried cherry, red plum, brambleberry, crushed rosemary, black tea, kalamata olive, and wintergreen. Outstanding quality.
Retail Price: $275/bottle
Domaine de la Solitude 2020 Chateauneuf du Pape
Dry; Medium-high acidity; Medium-full body. Fine, velvety tannin with a long, tapering finish. Aromas of baked raspberry, dried red plum, dried cranberry, rose petal, violet, grapefruit pith, & orange peel. Flavors of pomegranate, red plum, black cherry, boysenberry, blood orange, rosemary oil bitters, blackberry skin, balsamic, garrigue, licorice, & wintergreen. Outstanding quality.
Retail Price: $105/bottle
What’s On the Plate
Delighting All the Senses
Brie of Normandy
Herbed Goat Cheese