Tilth Restaurant

Green Wine?
January 23, 2009, 8:55 am
Filed under: Green Wines, Wine

I wanted to let all of our devoted wine lovers know that I just today achieved my New Year’s resolution to turn our entire glass pour program green. All seventeen of our glass pours are eco-friendly: organically grown, sustainable, biodynamic, salmon safe or live certified. We accomplished this goal without sacrificing any quality and I am a firm believer that the selection is at its peak right now. Please stop in and and grab a quaff.



Wines by the Glass

*NV Mont Marcal Cava, Penedes, Spain ~ 9
*’07Adelsheim, Pinot Noir Rosé, Willamette Valley ~12
*’06 La Biancara di Angiolino Maule, I Masieri, Veneto, Italy ~ 11
*’07 Moulin de Gassac, Guilhem, France ~ 10
*’07 Joseph Drouhin, Macon-Villages, France ~ 9
*’07 Cooper Mountain Vineyards, Chardonnay, Willamette Valley ~ 10
*’07 Anselmann, Gewürztraminer, Kabinett, Germany ~ 11
*’06 McKinley Springs, Chenin Blanc, Horse Heaven Hills ~ 12
*’06 M. Chapoutier, Belleruche, Cote Du Rhone Blanc, France ~ 8
*’05 Joseph Faiveley, Pinot Noir, Bourgogne, France ~12
*’07 Montinore Estate, Pinot Noir, Willamette Valley ~ 13
*NV Sokol Blosser ‘Meditrina’, America ~ 11
*’06 Renzo Castella, Dolcetto di Diano d’Alba, Italy ~ 11
’05 Michele Chiarlo ‘Le Orme’ Barbera d’Asti, Italy ~ 9
*’07 L’Ecuyer de Couronneau, Bourdeaux Superior, France~ 9
*’06 Domaine Pierre Noire, Cuvée Amont, Horse Heaven Hills ~ 14
*’06 Palacios Remondo, La Vendimia, Rioja, Spain ~ 10



This just proves that you can have quality wines & still be more ecologically responsible. I’m glad you have made this change.

Comment by Michael

Hi Adam,

From all of us at Sokol Blosser Winery, we really appreciate you keeping Meditrina on your sustainable glass wine pour list. Let us know if there is anything we can do for you – and keep up the good work! Cheers!

Kitri McGuire
Marketing Communications Manager
Sokol Blosser Winery

Comment by Kitri McGuire

Another great meal at Tilth the other night. Fantastic food, great wine including a glass of *’06 Renzo Castella, Dolcetto di Diano d’Alba, Italy – I thought it was a great recommendation from Adam. Thanks

Comment by Thierry Rautureau

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