The Wine House

415 355 9463 129 Carolina Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
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  • We’re back with another roundup of our favorite wines from the past month. Being August, the past month that is, we were worried that we'd be doing a Sauvignon Blanc round-up, but cooler heads prevailed. We’ve got everything from bubbles to Cabernet Sauvignon on tap for you in this edition of What We’ve been Drinking! As we turn towards cooler w... Read More

    From the article What We've Been Drinking 8/14

  • v v -- It seems that Total Wine has some 'house labels" (I don't know what elst to call them) that are darned good wines for the buck.  I agree that Dominican Oaks is one of them and I would add Montoya and the entire Courtney Benham line (Courtney Benham, Martin Ray and Angeline). Whoa, that event you attended, Al was pretty much a shotgun blas... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Weekday Wines

  • Melons are a rite of summer. They are juicy, delicious and refreshing, and often just too big! What can you do with a whole melon before it goes all wobbly in the fridge? Well in addition to enjoying it au natural you can use it some pretty delicious recipes. Salads and salsas that are great for large gatherings, like the ones you'll be having t... Read More

    From the article Great Balls of Melon!

  • I'd never heard of this winery until I read a blurb someplace 2-3 years ago.  Similar to what I'm sure many have experienced, just a few days later I was in one of my favorite wine shops, and here this was right in front of me.  The store clerk was impressed that I'd picked it out.  So, I'm feeling pretty good.  That is, until I started reading ... Read More

    Forum post in the topic Whatcha drinking tonight?

  • Both Leoville and Langoa Barton are owned (and operated from the same, single Langoa winery) by the family that owns Baron & Guestier, which is still in operation.from Wikipedia:"Barton's great-great-grandfather, Thomas Barton, also of Glendalough House,[14] was the founder and owner of the award winning Langoa & Barton vineyards inFrance. Since... Read More

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  • DV, what kind of wine, and what kind of issues with it?Have not, to my knowledge, had any Moldovan wine. So unfortunately this massive bunker complex, that happens to house wine at the moment, isn't as interesting as it might otherwise be. Probably my loss.Am I wrong in assuming, AS, that you haven't actually visited the place? Read More

    Forum post in the topic The Biggest Wine Cellar in...

  • Hey all! I just published a new article on my blog that goes into a little depth about the largest wine cellar and wine collection in the world. Tunnels are over 100 miles long, although only 34 miles are used. At a depth of 80 meters underground there are nearly 2 million bottles stored in this collection!Enjoy! :) Read More

    Forum post in the topic The Biggest Wine Cellar in...

  • Well, I'm not dining as well as OT, tonight -- sandwiches made from left-over grilled tri-tip, although, I have made, if I do say so, a pretty darned good looking pasta salad to go with them (Mrs. EMark is at her folks house, tonight, and when she returns she is going to need massive doses of fermented grape juice, starting with Halcon Prado whi... Read More

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  • Couldn't seem to get the wine cold enough last night, in and out of the fridge, the glass too... it was 78 in the house but I bought the wine on my way up and the bottle seemed slightly chilled so I thought I was ok. Defintely judging the wine early, though so is everyone else. Have been tasting various '11 Chambertin's recently to see if I'd li... Read More

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  • I was recently in Oregon, for the annual International Pinot Noir Celebration, which is a splendid reason to visit Oregon’s wine country, though you don’t need such motivation to be wowed by what you’ll find in McMinnville and the surrounding areas. While tons of Pinot were in fact tasted and consumed during that long weekend, today I want to ta... Read More

    From the article Oregon's Unheralded Chardonnay

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