Bent Brick at NW 17th and Marshall -- it caught my eye that they plan to offer 16 wines on tap. Not beers, wines. Beer bloggers are fond of saying beer is not the new wine (here's another)... but is wine becoming the new beer?
I first noticed wine on tap a couple months ago at St. Jack on SE Clinton, which offers 10 wines on tap, but only 2 draft beers. That's where I took the grainy picture at right, and you can also see the giant-booted 46 cl bottle St. Jack will draw your keg wine into (the empty bottle on the left). They're proud of those French-imported bottles; as an Honest Pint partisan, I approve of the 0.1 liter precision as opposed to "wine by the glass", though I don't know enough about wine to say if the 46 cl keg price is better than the price of a 750 ml bottle.
Then a few weeks later when Dave and I stopped at Standing Stone Brewing in Ashland on our way to San Francisco, I noticed that they have four wines from southern Oregon on tap. In the comments below, Andrew points out that McMenamins serves their wines on tap, though none of their online menus talks about it. And Google helped me find two more restaurants in Portland with wine on tap. Here are the ones I know of today: