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He's launching a bloglike thing that will bear his name.
It's kind of a deal.
It starts with Josh Jensen of Calera Winery.
Also, chef shuffle at La Condesa.
Pimpin' Pinot, anyone?
The Northern Sonoma Wine Road is hosting their 21st annual winter tasting event.
Before the majority of wine drinkers have even heard of orange wine, two wine writers are already tired of the wine world fad.
They're opening with a BYO-Bottle party - bring a washed-out wine bottle and they'll fill it for eight bucks.
Also, his first exposure to wine was at a South Bay pizza chain.
Also, we've got the menu for you.
Korbel has made a special bottle of "Inaugural Cuvée Champagne," and the French wish it said, "California Champagne," or sparkling wine.
There will be an ambitious small-plates menu and an international wine list.
Starting at 5 p.m. today, Arlequin Wine Merchant (384A Hayes Street), the shop owned by the Absinthe folks, is doing their annual champagne tasting featuring 35 champagnes from around the French region, including those from producers Jacquesson, Lassaigne, Benoit Lahaye,...
It's going to be a wine bar and small plates restaurant on the ever-gentrifying Divisadero corridor.
Case Basse di Soldera, a top producer of Brunello di Montalcino, may have had it coming for a while.
"It was the very first wine that my parents made, and it was also the style that they wanted to make, which had not yet been made in California. It was a new concept. It was 1965. You figure there...
It's a full-scale urban winery and tasting room, at Howard and 10th.
It will open by spring.
The storied, defunct brand is finding new life under Coppola's direction.