537 SE Ash St., No. 102, 971-258-5829, 5-10 pm Tuesday-Thursday, 5-11 pm Friday-Saturday.

Sauvage, Buckman's little French bistro and wine bar, offers 50 wines by the glass. A few of those are made in the back room. Under the Fausse Piste label (which means "wrong track" in French), Sauvage makes a handful of Rhone styles including viognier, roussanne and syrah. In one corner, stuffed waterfowl perch on a stack of barrels. In another is the door to the barrel room. There's a bar to sit at if you're drinking and not dining. A flight of three Fausse Piste wines in generous 2.5-ounce pours is $14. The best from our round was the 2011 "Vegetable and Lamb" pinot noir. MARTIN CIZMAR.