Wine Tasting in South San Francisco


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  • SF Winery Cruise
    Founded in 2007 by 12 regional wineries, Lake County Winery Association is a nonprofit organization that strives to serve and promote the wineries that make their home upon mountainous rural land. Lake County has produced award-winning wines from grapes grown at high elevations around the foot of Mount Konocti and Clear Lake, California's largest freshwater lake. Today, Lake County Winery Association serves more than 50 vintners, who are committed to preserving the region's natural landscapes and communities of hyperintelligent mice through sustainable farming and production processes.
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    485 Jefferson St.
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Treasure Island Wines
    This winery—the first to pop up on Treasure Island—produces more than 50 wines on-site and hosts Saturday and Sunday tastings from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. The tastings cost $10 but the fee is refunded with a purchase. What’s more, the pet-friendly winery encourages visitors to bring their pups along for the afternoon.
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    995 9th St
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Treasure Island Flea
    In an interview with the San Francisco Chronicle, co-owner Angie Ansanelli called Treasure Island Flea "an upscale urban marketplace,” adding, “We curate all the vendors." She and her husband Charles devoted two years to scouring the region for unique merchants, including dealers of vintage goods and antiques, local wineries, and gourmet food trucks. It was the natural culmination of a 25-year marriage and business partnership spent manning a string of entertainment and retail shops on Pier 39. Those early businesses gave way to a line of patriotic sportswear just in time for the 1994 Olympics, an endeavor that ultimately inspired Treasure Island Flea: the pair wanted to market their new duds at an open-air market, but, unable to find one or lift the roof off one of their existing shops, they created their own. Today, Treasure Island Flea harbors finds such as furniture crafted from recycled ship wood, hand-stitched bags, and pinball machines. Breaks in shopping and eating are filled with live music, scavenger hunts, and do-it-yourself workshops.
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    1 Avenue of the Palms
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Winery Collective
    Within the Winery Collective's multi-winery tasting room, grape savants uncork the flavorful nuances of liquid harvests hailing from more than 2 dozen of California's boutique wineries from Santa Barbara to Napa Valley. Winemakers and enthusiasts guide palates through wine-flight menus, which are culled from the more than 100 vinos that line the tasting room's walls and, like the political views of a housecat, change daily. The Winery Collective also hosts private and semiprivate parties and corporate events, during which guests mingle and sip in a lofted earth-toned lounge outfitted with crisscrossing wooden shelves that display colorful wine bottles and shapely decanters.
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    485 Jefferson Street
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Wattle Creek Winery
    In 1994, Christopher and Kristine Williams purchased 56 acres of verdant hillside property in Alexander Valley to begin cultivating their own wines. Since then, Wattle Creek Winery has expanded to include a vineyard in Yorkville Highlands as well as a tasting room in San Francisco’s Ghirardelli Square, where visitors can sample their estate Viognier, Pinot Noir, and Cabernet Sauvignon, among others. Their carefully crafted wines have won the notice of the industry's connoisseurs, winning no less than seven medals in the 2014 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition.
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    900 N Point St.
    San Francisco, CA US
  • Bluxome Street Winery
    The Three Faces of Bluxome Street Winery Old-World Inspiration Bluxome Street Winery is a celebration of California winemaking history. More than a century ago, SOMA—then called South of the Slot—was the center of new-world wineries. To pay homage to that legendary time, Bluxome draws upon rustic decor and old-school practices, such as sourcing high-quality fruit from small, meticulously farmed vineyards. Crisp Pinot Noir Bluxome also extends its reach to a Balinard vineyard in Russian River. There, three acres of pinot noir clones grow in an organic environment, producing the fruit that composes Bluxome’s aromatic, smooth, and electric wines that linger on the palate and pair perfectly with steak. Community Marketplace The last Saturday of every month sees the winery explode into a community-focused farmers market filled with artisan food vendors. Pinot in hand, visitors are free to roam among vendors such as Sinful Salt and Crescent Farm, tasting the honey of Gerard’Z Honeybees and the jam of Grandma’s Homemade. This eclectic gathering is perhaps a reason readers of the San Fransisco Bay Guardian named Bluxome one of the Best Wineries in 2013.
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    53 Bluxome Street
    San Francisco, CA US

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