Mill Valley Market

415 388-8466 12 Corte Madera Ave
Mill Valley, CA 94941
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Mill Valley Market is an independent family owned grocery store. In some ways we're old fashioned, yet it seems like the industry has turned full circle, back to the approach we've used for years. We've always been about quality, excellent service and selection. We're nothing but local and all about sustainability. Compared to many specialty markets, Mill Valley Market is unique...hard-to-find products are balanced by a full array of everyday grocery items, making us a full-service grocery store. So whether you're looking for locally grown organic produce, or just a box of Wheaties, you will likely find everything you need. Our owners and staff are your friends as well as your neighbors. What’s important to you is what drives us — healthy, good tasting food and community service — that’s what we’ve always been about. – Description from Dragac

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  • Liver what? It’s that great wine region you’ve never heard of. Less than an hour from San Francisco. A growing wine scene based on a century and a half of history. Great climate, friendly people, tasting rooms that are not filled to capacity with people you don’t want to be rubbing shoulders with. You know, one of those regions that is truly up ... Read More

    From the article Looking at Livermore


  • . . . and, boy, are my arms tired.I don't know when I first heard the term "Super Tuscan."  I'm guessing that it was 10-12 years ago.  I really did not know what it meant--me being very focussed on my California world.I did, of course, learn that a Super Tuscan was a wine that was made from grapes that were outside the Tuscany tradition--specifi... Read More

    Forum post in the topic I Just Flew in from Super...


  • I was going to put this in the Whatcha Drinking Tonight thread. But since there was some Syrah talk going on I thought I'd start a new thread on Cool Climate Syrah.Tonight I'm visiting a wine I haven't had in since May and wanted to see how it is progressing. It comes from high up atop the Yorkville Highlands in the Anderson Valley  which is in ... Read More

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  • For some time now, I have noticed a pattern with men who disparage rose as being a "girly" wine. Some of the most accomplished and masculine sommeliers I know would rather drink rose than pretty much anything else. Any thoughts on the male problem with drinking rose? Read More

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  • Not by me, however, at least not yet.  Wine writer Laurie Daniels (doesn't dmcker know her or do I misremember?) just published a column about Syrah here: http://www.mercurynews.com/laurie-daniel Although she generally was disappointed with the Syrahs she was asked to judge, she found much to like in the basic bottling of Qupe's Central Coast Sy... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Qupe Central Coast Syrah,...


  • Hello, i'm 22, university student, got interested in wine from watching the show "Fraiser", now i'm starting from one end of the wine section in the grocery store, hopefully find some interesting things along the way. I know..probably not the best way to be spending student loan money, but thats why i'm here, hoping this site will help me naviga... Read More

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  • I grew up on a farm.  Farmers kill themselves to survive and we support each other by buying locally.  I am from CA and I have been drinking wine predominately from Napa, Sonoma and Carneros since I was 21.  The point is, when I am studying for this WSET exam and being told that the best expression of every premium wine is found in some AOC in F... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Bite it WSET.


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  • You can't tell by looking at it that your favorite wine is about to betray you. You didn't do anything wrong. You fought your way through rush hour crowds to procure it, you chose a food pairing that's a love letter to its aromas and curves.But when you go to have that first glass of it, annoyance strikes. The cork snaps off in the neck, or wors... Read More

    From the article 7 Wine Emergencies (And How to Fix Them in a Pinch)


  • I spent the last week in the French countryside for work the Loire Valley, Burgundy and the Northern Rhone.  The wine countryside(s).  I was there to visit the forests, saw mill and cooperage of Ermitage barrel makers.   I could easily write to you about the barrel making process, once upon a time, in a forest far, far away however, that would ... Read More

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  • I spent the last week in the French countryside for work – the Loire Valley, Burgundy and the Northern Rhone.  The wine countryside(s).  I was there to visit the forests, saw mill and cooperage of Ermitage barrel makers.   I could easily write to you about the barrel making process, “once upon a time, in a forest far, far away…” however, that wo... Read More

    From the article Ermitage


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