It's San Francisco's first Latin American wine bar.
It's kind of a thing now, this orange-hued white wine.
It's unclear if it will be closing at all.
Ian Burrows just joined the team at Crenn.
Manresa chef David Kinch and beverage director Jeff Bareilles talk to Wine Spectator about pairing wines with Kinch's signature garden dish, and also how they coordinate when sometimes a pairing might interrupt the "flow" of the tasting menu. Reminder: Manresa's...
It's at Copain Wines in the Russian River Valley.
It's moving into a former retail/industrial space at 1345 Howard.
The wine bar's "boxed wine" comes in decommissioned Army ammunition cases that fit four bottles each.
The expert, previously behind his own eponymous wine bar in Hollywood, will explore natural Italian wines in a tasting.
But we bet she had a sip!
The haul didn't top 2010 $8.5 million total.
Out of the 63 who took the test, only four made it this year, and they're all from the West.
It's all about the euro falling.
Also, a reader of Michael Bauer's thinks the Pizza Place on Noriega is trying to screw them out of one percent extra in tips.
Where do they end up if they aren't sold?
Santos Uy offers free corkage but only if your wine is French.
It's going to have a menu from the Boulette's Larder team.
He could mimic the flavor and character of very old vintages by mixing and matching relatively recent wines.
See our slideshow of the new wine tavern from former Quince sommelier David Lynch.