Bluxome Street Winery recognizes and respects that history. Just a couple blocks from the Giants ballpark, the modest, chic winery is pulling San Francisco’s winemaking past into the 21st century with style and a music playlist any Pitchfork.com reviewer would approve of. The music plays from empty wine barrels converted into speakers. READ MORE
2011 Bluxome Street Weir Vineyard Yorkville Highlands Pinot Noir
14.2% alc., 175 cases, $45. · Medium garnet color in the glass. The nose is really enticing, offering scents of briar, red cherry, and violets, but the flavors are remarkable. Red and black cherries, red plums. brewed tea and spice coat the mouth and finish with a peacock tail of glorious note. The finish lasts at least a minute, returning several times for an encore. In addition, the wine is seductively soft and smooth on the palate with a good cut of underlying mineral-driven acidity. The whole package. Drink or hold. Score: 96. READ MORE
Bluxome Street winery named best by readers. READ MORE
...Today it’s a perfect spot to try some excellent wines—most notably their Pinot Noirs. I was especially loving their crisp Sauvignon Blanc—so perfect for these warm days as of late. On certain Fridays, a select food truck or other specialist stops in to serve up some tasty dishes in the evenings. READ MORE
Your Saturday days, on the other hand, (at least one a month, for now) just got a whole lot more interesting and delicious. Cut to: The Meet Market at SoMa’s very own Bluxome Street Winery. Mmm, “The Meet Market”...that sounds promising, eh? And this one-of-a-kind farmers’ market on San Francisco’s historic Bluxome Street is indeed a step up above the rest.
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