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Friday, February 27, 2009

Wine Events, Feb. 27 - March 7

Posted By on Fri, Feb 27, 2009 at 8:01 AM

Friday, 2/27, 4-6:30pm, Wine Club (953 Harrison): Loire tasting, $10

Saturday, 2/28, 2-5pm, Fort Mason: San Francisco Chronicle Wine Competition public tasting, advance tickets $60: reportedly the largest tasting of American wines in the world (the Chronicle's relationship with this tasting is similar to AT&T's relationship with the Giants)

Saturday, 2/28, noon-3pm, K&L (638 4th St): California vs. Oregon tasting, $20 (2007 Bethel Heights Oregon & Etude Carneros Pinot Gris; 2004 Anderson Family Vineyards & 2006 Stony Hill Estate Chardonnay; 2006 Hamacher Willamette Valley, 2007 Paul Mathew Vineyards, 2006 Resonance Vineyard, 2006 Toulouse Vineyards "Estate,"2007 Lion Heart, & 2005 Domaine Serene "Winery Hill" Pinot Noir; 2003 Argyle Willamette Valley & 2002 Roederer Estate l'Ermitage Brut)

Saturday, 2/28, 2-5:30pm, SF Wine Trading Co. (250 Taraval): Languedoc tasting, $10

Saturday, 2/28, 1-4pm, Wine Club (953 Harrison): California Cabernet tasting, $25

Sunday, 3/1, 5pm, Bar Bambino (2931 16th St): four-course dinner with wines from Biondivino

Monday, 3/2, 7pm, 18 Reasons

(593 Guerrero): introductory wine class with Becky Swanson (wine

director, Delfina) and Josh Adler (wine buyer, Bi-Rite Market) includes

tasting of six wines, $25 ($20 members), advance tickets here

Tuesday, 3/3, 7pm, 18 Reasons (593 Guerrero): tasting with winemaker Sergio Germano of Germano Ettore (Serralunga d'Alba, Piemonte)

Tuesday, 3/3, 6:15pm, Oliveto (5655 College, Oakland, at Rockridge BART): four-course dinner with Fontodi wines and winemaker Giovanni Manetti (Chianti), $120

Wednesday, 3/4, 4:30pm, Herbst Pavilion, Fort Mason: Gambero Rosso Tre Bicchieri tasting featuring 112 award-winning Italian producers, advance tickets $50 (no tickets will be sold at the door)

Thursday, 3/5, 6pm, Arlequin (384 Hayes): tasting of Loire whites and reds imported by Kermit Lynch, $15

Friday, 3/6, 4-6pm, Wine Club (953 Harrison): Merlot tasting, $10

Saturday, 3/7, 1-4pm, Wine Club (953 Harrison): tasting of Australian wines, $20

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