The Meadow

503-288-4633 3731 N. Mississippi Avenue
Portland, OR 97227
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The Meadow is a boutique that satisfies your need to celebrate with the classical pleasures. Gourmet sea salts, dark chocolate, wine, and a full service florist specializing in imaginative arrangements. We also host a variety of events including finishing salt, chocolate, and wine tastings in sometimes unexpected combinations, art openings, and seasonal dinner parties. We are located in the heart of Portland Oregon's historic Mississippi District, surrounded by many of the city's finest restaurants and cafes, independently owned shops, cutting edge music venues, and more. See our Mississippi Avenue Visitor's Guide for more information! – Description from AlexJelena

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  • effectively Massive Health . Relax   Health Massive  all of the muscle groups in the course of the frame with the aid of beginning from the top sprea ding to the toes or vice versa. 2. Engage in sluggish, deep stomach resp  Be Supplement  iration. 3.       Direct your inte  Supplemental Reviews  rest from ordinary mind to a neutral word along wi... Read More

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  • Last night Matt Denny and I attended the Napa Grape Growers Association Annual Dinner at The Ranch Winery in St Helena. As wine events go is was kinda typical with a reception hour followed by introductions, Grower of the Year Award presentation and dinner. Just a bit more upscale than my Sonoma events. Wines poured by the glass during the recep... Read More

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  • Stephen, you should start thinking in terms of sourcing from the US directly. I put together a curated list of reliable online vendors which (almost all) ship overseas. I'll dig it up and post the link later. For now, here's a current offering from one purveyor on the list (Sea Smoke is a cult wine but I view it as one of the weakest in this lis... Read More

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  • Despite my somewhat feeble attempts trying to find US wine in Australia is frustratingSo I think I would like to build a list of high Quality but not astronomic priced wines my American Snooth Colleagues would suggest I look out forBare in mind that if it is from a very small niche producer I would need to know how I can source it in AustraliaSo... Read More

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  • Yes, my name is a misnomer... I drink so much pinot (scm, Sonoma coast, etc) that I would probably test DNA positive for Dijon clones!I will find myself up valley for a brief visit soon.  I am wondering if anyone knows some nice wineries  or wine bars to visit off season.  I know some might be closed. I am NOT into the big tour/experience. Just ... Read More

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  • I know of a number of people in the craft beer world who are purposely introducing brettanomyces into the brewing equation to see how interesting things can get. 'Wild yeast' beers are barely (not) controllable but they are rapidly becoming cult items. Case in point, this quote about a Sierra Nevada brew, taken from Good Morning America: Sierra ... Read More

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  • While this tasting predates my tasting of 1980 Barolo by more than a year, I have been moved by the performance of those wines to publish these notes. As much a surprise as the 1980 horizontal, though for entirely different reasons, this is the tasting that set my expectations for the 1980 so terribly low. Prior to both tastings I had had enough... Read More

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  • F Pittatore Ponte Rocca Barolo Brunate 1979

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    At decanting rich with black cherry, asphalt, dusty books and some roast veal, aromas and still quite powerful in the mouth.! Deep and intense color. Really beautiful looking. Shy on the nose, with some spicy, mineral, accents and a gamey edge that smells like lamb. Very pretty aromatics build showing off a little mint, sassafras, sage, sandy s... Read More

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  • Thanks Folks, I have not had the opportunity to try any Yadkin Valley winerys as of yet! But a little shop in Galax is one of my favorites "The Wine Cellar" it is located downtown oldtown!  As of right now I have had the opportunity to try wines from several of the groups that I have joined Gregt thanks to the little shop that I listed above and... Read More

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  • I write this in the middle of a trip to California, the primary purpose of which was to taste Zinfandel. You see I love Zinfandel, think it’s the country’s greatest wine in fact. There is more diversity with Zin, plantedas it is basically throughout the state, than any other wine. Not only is it planted throughout the state but it hasin fact fou... Read More

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