Thursday, May 20, 2010Posted by Bobat 12:20 pmin blog0 comments
We’re pleased as punch to announce that Wait Cellars’ limited-production Pinot Noir is now available by the bottle at the Ferry Plaza Wine Merchant (FPWM), in San Francisco’s historic Ferry Building. Those who have watched the Ferry Building’s transformation over this past decade know that it is now ground zero for locavore’s looking for beautiful, locally produced fruit, vegetables, meat, bread, cheese, and yes, wine! If you haven’t been, the FPWM is a lovely shop with a huge, eclectic selection of wines, as well as a popular and comfortable wine bar where you can sample ever-changing wines. The FPWM is currently carrying our 2007 Russian River Pinot Noir. Do stop by and let them know you’re happy they’re supporting local very limited-production winemaking; and if you buy a bottle, I suggest pairing it with some braising greens and sweet pork sausage from the farmer’s market — delicious!
Wait Cellars was pleased to pour this past weekend at the Soiree Des Arts et Des Vins just down the block in Hayes Valley, helping raise funds for a local school raising “global citizens.” Attendees also showed their exquisite taste in wine :). Out of more than 100 wines available, the Wait Cellars 2007 Russian River Pinot Noir was the best-selling wine! Many thanks to Kelly Zeissner for her stewardship at our table, and to Foggy Bridge for being such a kind table-mate.