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CATEGORY: Wine Country   |   DATE: August 27th, 2014
Santa Clara Wine Santa Clara Valley Wine Trail: A Sip of History by Laura Ness The Santa Clara Valley Wine Trail is officially open for business and you’re invited to explore it any time you are in need of some fine wine, poured in unpretentious settings, often by humble winemakers who still believe in doing things by hand.
CATEGORY: Food & Wine Pairings, Videos   |   DATE: August 20th, 2014
State Bird Provisions California Evolution of California Cuisine: State Bird Provisions & Bar Tartine Picking up a bottle of California Pinot Noir or Chardonnay and sitting down for a fabulous dinner at one of San Francisco’s best restaurants like State Bird Provisions or Bar Tartine sounds like a match made in food and wine heaven. Well, that was how
CATEGORY: Events   |   DATE: August 13th, 2014
Wine Tasting Wines of Danger: Sabrine Rodems Keeps Some Wicked Company Starting your own wine brand is a bit like diving full clothed and blindfolded into a pool of unknown depth. It’s not just scary, it’s incredibly risky, even if you already sort of know what you’re doing. Ask Sabrine Rodems (Wrath, San Saba) what it’s like
CATEGORY: Videos, Wine Country   |   DATE: August 5th, 2014
East Bay Wine Country Oakland & Urban Wine Country The New York Times recently dubbed Oakland “Brooklyn by the Bay” and San Francisco Magazine gave the East Bay city its very own issue The Oakland Issue. The hot press is putting the East Bay on the map, but ask any local and they will tell you the East Bay
CATEGORY: Travel & Lifestyle   |   DATE: July 24th, 2014
Golden Gate Bridge and San Francisco at night Whether I’m home in San Francisco or traveling abroad,  I could use a good stiff drink, hand crafted cocktail, or a glass of wine at anytime. Want to play tourist in your own town or are you traveling to San Francisco and looking for a little history in the land of new technology? Look no
CATEGORY: Videos, Wine Reviews   |   DATE: July 22nd, 2014
Hardys Wine Shiraz 1 Monique Soltani Interviews Bill Hardy of Hardys Wine Curious why Australians call their most well known wine Shiraz, when everyone else calls it Syrah? We get that and a whole lot more straight from the Aussie’s mouth. Not just from any Aussie, but one of the most famous names in Australian wine, Bill Hardy of