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With temperatures spiking to 100 and above in the wine country, even the shade is unbearable, and the most avid of red wine drinkers are begrudgingly... More»


One day in the Napa is all you really need to get a good buzz, a quick tour of the highlights, and a few bottles for the house. But with all the summer... More»


Surveying her bar, made up of an eclectic selection of fortified wines and aperitifs, Nora Furst sighs. “I’m like a chef who... More»


Even though the Fourth of July means day drinking, day drinking doesn’t have to mean breaking out the kegerator. Wine and grilling go together like,... More»


Now that it’s spring, beef stew and potatoes have made way for fried fish tacos and asparagus. Some hearty pairings, like bold red wine and lamb, are... More»


  Uncertain times like these often lead to a decline in profligacy and a search for value. But San Francisco has an odd... More»


  Straddling Sonoma and Napa Valleys, Carneros is less than 60 miles by Zipcar from San Francisco, but its country vibe feels a world away.... More»


  The Center for Urban Education About Sustainable Agriculture is making February just a little bit more bearable on February 15, when its... More»


  At St. George Spirits in Alameda, master distiller Lance Winters makes a liqueur called Bruto Americano, which translates... More»