Rotating Wine Special

We bring in a case of wine every week or so to run on special. This is probably the most fun aspect of our jobs. We hope you join us as we work through case after case of wine that we have carefully picked out and are excited to share with you. Below is what is on special now, and further down the page you can see what's on deck. 

On Now

2020 Amity Vineyards White Pinot Noir

Varietal Blend​: 100% Pinot Noir
ABV: 13.5%
Oak Profile: None
Terroir: 51% Eola-Amity Hills, 31% Willamette Valley, 18% Yamhill Carlton AVAs, Willamette Valley, Oregon, USA

Maceration / Fermentation / Élevage: Picked in early morning and gently pressed.  Settled for twenty-four hours, racked cleanly, and fermented in stainless steel.  Aged sur lie.
Price: $12 BTG / $40 BTB / $24 Offsite Retail

On Deck

2020 James Rahn Pinot Grigio

Varietal Blend​: 100% Pinot Grigio
ABV: 12.3%
Oak Profile: Neutral Oak
Terroir: Weber Vineyard, Dundee Hills, Oregon, USA

Maceration / Fermentation / Élevage: Produced, if not marketed, as an orange-wine: fermented initially on the skins, to produce a delicious hint of tannins that adds slight pear-skin bitterness and lovely structure.
Price: $12 BTG / $40 BTB / $24 Offsite Retail

Jonathan Pierce 

Still Room Wine Manager

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Jonathan first became well-acquainted with craft beer, far-flung wines, and classic cocktails on the consumer-side, reaching legal drinking-age in one of the best restaurant and bar cities in the world (Chicago, IL).  Moving subsequently to the rugged central highlands of Arizona, and finding a home in the burgeoning viticultural region of the Verde Valley, he spent several years working in the area’s vineyards, cellars, and tasting-rooms, eventually managing one of the latter (while helping out part-time at a friend’s local craft-brewery, which presented tremendous opportunity for cross-over projects). 


While he still has a palate-preference for the fine Rhône-style wines that are the focus of Arizona’s terroir (not to mention actual Rhodanien wines), his overriding project at the Still Room is to bring to our tables unique, exciting, and overlooked varietals from any region—meaning you won’t find our wines at most other dining or grocery establishments, and many bottles will include a descriptive journey away from mainstays and towards the margins of the winemaking map.  But, as Ishmael says Instagram-famously in Moby-Dick, “true places never are […] down on any map”.


In his spare time, Jonathan can be found drinking beers brewed by Mountains Walking or Imagination, waiting for the Roxy to reopen, playing around with new punches for our in-house punch menu, and researching the etymologies of obscure words.  He is also a published poet, with an MFA in Poetry from University of Montana, as well as a candidate for an MA in Literature who needs to finish his thesis.