Dessert Wine Menu

 

Updated May, 2014

DESSERT

Crème Brûlée • 7
Chocolate brownie with vanilla ice cream & caramel • 8
Black pepper profiteroles, strawberry ice cream, balsamic caramel • 8
Peanut butter & jelly • 8
Ice cream sandwich: dark chocolate cookie, graham cracker ice cream & meringue • 8

BOTRYTIS FLIGHT AKA NOBLE ROT FLIGHT 13
Brooks, 2011 Tethys, Late Harvest Riesling, Willamette Valley, Oregon 12
Chateau La Riviere, 2009 Sauternes, Bordeaux, France 12
Királyudvar, 2006 Tokaji Aszu, 6 Puttonyos, Hungary 17

BURMESTER PORT FLIGHT, Douro, Portugal 12
Award winning port house making wine since the 19th century.
NV Tawny 8
20 year old Tawny 14
2003 Colheita 15

SCOTCH FLIGHT 18
Balvenie 15 year single barrel 17
Highland Park 18 year 18
Lagavulin 16 year 18

COGNAC FLIGHT 18
Hennessy VS 8
Courvoisier VSOP 12
Remy Martin XO 22

MORE DESSERT WINES
Chateau Loupiac-Gaudiet, 2006 Loupiac, Bordeaux, France 9
Chateau Les Justices, 2006 Sauternes, Bordeaux, France 14
Casta Diva, 2008 Muscat, Alicante, Spain 13
Domaine Pouderoux, 2007 Maury Vin Doux Naturel, Roussillon, France 14
Bodegas Toro Albala, 1985 Don PX, Montilla, Spain 16

Poças, NV Ruby, Douro, Portugal 7

Warres King NV Tawny Port, Douro, Portugal 8

Ramos Pinto, 2008 LBV, Douro, Portugal 10
Kopke, 1991 Colheita Port, Douro, Portugal 18
Miles, 10-year-old Malmsey, Maderia, Portugal 12

BRANDY/GRAPPA SCOTCH
Asbach Uralt Brandy • 8 Laphroaig 10 year • 12
Germain Robin Brandy • 11 Balvenie 15 year • 17
Macallan 12 year • 12
Grand Solage Boulard Calvados • 12 Highland Park 12 year • 10
Glenmorangie ‘The La Santa’ • 12
Jacopo Poli Moscato Grappa • 17(aged 12 years in Sherry casks)

 

Noble Rot, the fungus, is the nickname for Botrytis Cinerea, the beneficial grape fungus that transforms ordinary grapes into furry little critters that produce intense, viscous, sweet wines.

Noble Rot, the wine bar, opened in May 2002. It has gained local and national attention including the NYTimes, the Wine Spectator, Gourmet and won Sunset Magazine’s 2009 Winebar of the Year. The Willamette Week named Noble Rot “Restaurant of the Year” in 2003.

Noble Rot moved locations on February 22, 2009.
Fun facts about our building and restaurant:
LEED platinum (the greenest!)
3000 square foot roof top garden
Our own aquifer (fresh & pure water)
Unique view of the city