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While ordering a full bottle opens up a universe of additional possibilities, The Immigrant Restaurant does offer a solid selection of fine wines by the glass. The wine list at the Forbes Travel Guide Four-Star restaurant features about dozen different white wine offerings, with one to three options for each varietal. From the chardonnays, pick from Argyle Winery, "Nuthouse," Reserve, Willamette Valley, Oregon 2008 or the Corinne Perchaud, Chablis, France 2008. There’s a 2009 riesling, Dr. Loosen, "Dr. L," Mosel-Saar-Ruwer, Germany; 2010 pinot blanc, Willakenzie, Willamette Valley, Oregon; and a 2010 pinot gris, Ponzi, Willamette Valley, Oregon. Sauvignon blanc selections include Priest Ranch, Napa Valley, California 2009; or Cloudy Bay, Marlborough, New Zealand 2010. For rosé, try Montes "Cherub," Colchagua Valley, Chile 2008; viognier drinks can opt for Pride, Sonoma County, California 2009. There are several cabernet sauvignons: Napanook, Napa Valley, California 2008; the Priest Ranch, Napa Valley California 2008; or Mitolo, "Jester," McLaren Vale, Australia 2008. Merlots on offer include: Casa Lapostolle, "Cuvée Alexandre," Colchagua, Chilie 2007; or Milbrandt Vineyards, "The Estates," Columbia Valley, Washington 2007. If you prefer pinot noir, there’s Domaine Serene, Yamhill Cuvée, Willamette Valley, Oregon 2008; or Fog Dog, Sonoma Coast, California 2007. The Kohler restaurant also carries a unique red blend (Ferrer Bobet, Priorat, Spain 2006), syrah (Viña Montes, "Montes Alpha," Colchagua Valley, Chile 2008) and Nero d'Avola (Feudo Maccari, "Saia," Sicily, Italy 2007).