Twice a year, a collection of independent, artisan winemakers come together for their Eighth Street Wineries Open House. Their first of two Open Houses for 2013 will be on Saturday, February 23, from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Why should you go? I can think of many reasons why!
- Taste fine artisan wines you won’t find on the mass market
- Taste limited production, current releases, and library wines
- Taste wines straight from the barrel
- Enjoy gourmet food pairings created just for these high quality ultra premium artisan wines from restaurant and catering partners
- Meet winery proprietors and winemakers
The setting is like no other. Guests are invited into the warehouse that serves as the cellar. This showcase is a celebration of boutique, hand made wines. A few of the participating wineries have tasting rooms that are open daily, the majority usually require appointments to experience their wines.
Participating wineries with tasting rooms open daily:
Participating wineries open by appointment only:
- MacRostie Winery & Vineyards
- Three Sticks Wines
- Talisman Wines
- Parmelee-Hill Vineyards
- Stone Edge Farm
- Tin Barn Vineyards
- Patz & Hall
Some of these 10 award-winning, critically acclaimed wineries earned their most recent collection of Gold Medals and Best of Class awards from the 2013 San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition including two Gold Medals and a Best of Class for Enkidu Wines, two Gold Medals for Ty Caton Vineyards, a Gold Medal for MacRostie Winery & Vineyards, two Gold Medals for Parmelee-Hill Vineyards, and a Best of Class along with two Double Gold and one Gold Medal for Tin Barn Vineyards.
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