2100 Van Ness Ave. (at Pacific)
San Francisco, CA 94109
Phone: 415-673-1888
Fax: 415-673-8817
(Valet parking available on Pacific St.)
Rose, Pinot Gris (grigio), Chenin Blanc
Riesling, Gewurztraminer
Viognier, Grenache Blanc and blends
Sauvignon Blanc
Aglianico, Negroamaro, Lagrein, Teroldego
Barbera, Charbono, Nebbiolo
Sangiovese and blends
Pinot Noir, Pinotage
Syrah, Grenache, Mourvedre
Petite Sirah, Tempranillo, Petite Verdot
Zinfandel and Old Vine Zinfandel
Merlot, Cabernet Franc, Malbec
Cabernet Sauvignon
Epic Reds

The finality of wine is what leads us towards it. No matter how much of a certain wine is produced, once that vintage is gone...it’s truly gone. From vintage to vintage, a winery will make completely different expressions of their region based on variables too numerous to cite here. It is the only beverage in the world as such. Whiskey distillers, for instance, have a recipe for their product, and can always produce more. But wine is unique. It is finite.

Arrangement of the Wine List — Wines are for the most part arranged by grape varietals that produce softer structured wines at the beginning and grape varietals that produce fuller, more fruited wines toward the end of the list. In instances where certain varietals lend themselves to grouping (i.e. the grapes of the Rhone Valley: syrah, grenache, mourvedre) we’ve listed them together by region. In the case of very large sections (such as cabernet sauvignon) the wines are grouped by regions and/or sections described as Medium Body, Full Body, etc., and are then listed alphabetically by winery.

Thank you and enjoy.

Jonathan Tennenbaum
Wine Buyer
Director of Staff Education