In our series of interviews with the companies disrupting the wine industry, the next stop is at Winerist, a company that is trying to make food and wine travel enjoyable and easy to plan. As the brand name suggests, it’s the connection between Wine and Tourist.
End of September (yeah, time flies by) we were invited to attend 7×7 Big Eat Supper Series and enjoyed an evening full of delicious food from local San Francisco restaurants, wines and cocktails. The event series spread over 5 evenings with different restaurants offering a taste of their signature dishes.
During our Saturday afternoon Grand Tasting at Eat Drink SF, we attended one of the San Francisco Wine School‘s tasting classes. We enjoyed the first mini-workshop of the afternoon, tasting Chardonnay from three different countries, and we the title of the workshop so much that I was about to borrow it for the headline of this post: “Chardonnay: Burgundy, Buttery, and Beyond”. Read More…
The event is Toyland for foodies. Thirty among the best restaurants in the Bay Area, some of the best bars, wineries, and music in the same place.
We just finished a week-long celebration for the Golden State Warriors and their second NBA Championship. The Bay area has been waiting for 40 years and last Friday one million people flooded the streets of Oakland for the Warriors Championship Parade.
We couldn’t miss the opportunity to pair our favorite players with wine!
When it comes to sparkling wine, everyone’s first thought is French Champagne. It has been the go-to-wine for parties and celebrations for a long time. But it’s not the only sparkling wine known worldwide:
- Prosecco reached a solid international exposure;
- Franciacorta is now showcasing its products to the world, being the main sponsor of the EXPO in Milan;
- Spanish Cava is widely known and is produced by some of the largest wineries in the world.