Tuesday, November 17, 2009Posted by Bobat 1:17 amin blog0 comments
The Wait Cellars 2006 and 2007 Russian River Pinot Noir will be poured this Saturday, November 21st from 1pm to 4pm at The Wine Club at 953 Harrison at 6th (thewineclub.com). Tastings are free! The Wine Club is a venerable (since 1985) SF wine shop and they’ll be highlighting San Francisco Wine Association wineries. If you don’t know this shop, you should, it’s a low-key gem!
Tuesday, November 17, 2009Posted by Bobat 1:09 amin blog0 comments
Our 2006 Russian River Pinot Noir is now available by the glass or bottle at Dosa on Fillmore, 1700 Fillmore Street at Post (dosasf.com). Dosa is one of the most exciting new restaurants to arrive on the San Francisco scene, and we’re pleased our wine is now a part of the attraction. If you haven’t yet, drop in for a snack at the bar (or tasty meal) and compliment them on their good taste in supporting a fine local wine! More praise for Dosa; you really must go if you haven’t yet: 2009, 2008, 2007 & 2006 Top 100 Bay Area Restaurants – SF Chronicle 2009, 2008 Best Indian, Bay Readers Poll – SF Bay Guardian 2009, 2008 & 2007 Best Indian, The Eat + Drink Awards – 7×7 Magazine 2009, 2007 Best Indian & Worth the Wait, Reader’s Poll Winners – SF Mag 2009 Best Indian Readers ‘ Poll Winner – SF Weekly 2009, 2007 Michelin Guide Recommended 2008 Best Eats in San Francisco, SF Examiner The Top 10 (New) Restaurants of 2009 -Michael Bauer, SF Chronicle 2008 Best Eats in San Francisco, SF Examiner The Top 10 (New) Restaurants of 2006 -Michael Bauer, SF Chronicle
Friday, November 06, 2009Posted by Bobat 12:33 amin blog0 comments
The San Francisco Wine Association’s Holiday Showcase is coming December 10th, and Wait Cellars will be pouring its 2007 Russian River Pinot Noir and perhaps offering a pre-release glimpse of its 2008. Tasting will be from 5-8pm at 2573 3rd St. (at 23rd St.) in San Francisco. With fine food and music, this event is always a blast — purchase tickets in advance here for just $25/head: SFWA Holiday Showcase