As the name suggest, they wanted wines that were pure expressions of the places they came from. Natural meant just that – getting back to methods that were used before the advent of modern wine technology.
Urban wineries are not just for winemaking but also function as venues for wine tasting. When Dave Gifford and Kevin Doucet opened up Dogpatch Wine Works tasting room in 2012, they realized that while their industrial setting was not as scenic as Napa, it still provided a unique environment in one of San Francisco’s trendiest neighborhoods where people can relax and try a variety of wines.
La Nebbia serves wines from central and northern Italy and prosciutto to match in an urban trattoria setting.
Whether it's Cinco de Mayo, National Tequila Day or just a regular day, one way to celebrate is to grab your friends and head to your favorite margarita place. As long as you’re coming together and enjoying each other’s company, there is no wrong way to celebrate. So this got us wondering. What is your favorite place to grab a margarita in the city?