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Sunday, February 15, 2009

SF Wine Events, Feb. 13-22

Posted By on Sun, Feb 15, 2009 at 2:54 PM

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Updated 2/15 with 2/17 Nectar tasting

Friday, 2/13 through Sunday, 2/15, Bacar (448 Brannan): in celebration of Valentine's Day, 50% off a dozen rosés (ha ha) and selected Champagnes, by the glass or bottle

Saturday, 2/14, noon-3pm, K&L (638 4th St): Champagne tasting, $20

Saturday, 2/14, 2-5:30pm, SF Wine Trading Co. (250 Taraval): Champagne tasting, $10

Monday, 2/16, 6-9pm, California Wine Merchant (2113 Chestnut): wines from Taft Street and tasting of Italian dishes from, $20

Tuesday, 2/17, Conduit (280 Valencia): four-course dinner with five Lioco wines, $85

Tuesday, 2/17, Nectar Wine Lounge (3330 Steiner): Croatian and Slovenian wines from the Blue Danube catalog

Tuesday, 2/17, Oliveto (5655 College, Oakland: Giovanni Pasquero-Elia of Sori Paitin in person, 1990 Barbaresco available by the glass

Wednesday, 2/18, 5pm on, CAV (1666 Market): several Languedoc winemakers will be on hand to discuss their wines, some of which will be available by the taste or glass

Wednesday, 2/18,

7:30, Marina branch

of Books Inc. (2251 Chestnut): Robert Camuto, author of Corkscrewed: Adventures in the New French Wine Country, will be signing books and pouring tastes

Thursday, 2/19, 6-9pm, Crushpad (2573 3rd St):'s
"Around the World in 80 Sips" tasting features 80 wineries including
585 Wines, Alazan, Ayala, Bacio Divino, Bonterra, Cannonball, Cascina
Adelaide, Castello Banfi, Chateau Musar, Distefano, Dry River,
Fantesca, Fisher Vineyards, Kingston Vineyards, La Tordera, Mendocino
Farms, Midsummer Cellars, Old River Road, Pretty Sally, Rimon, Seven
Sisters, Spring Mountain, Talmage, Te Awa, Twisted Oak, Ukiah Cellars,
Ventana, Wine Monger, Xavier Flouret, and Zacherle Wines; food from
Artisinal Premium Cheese, Galaxy Desserts, TCHO, and Lafitte. $30 ($10
off) in advance if you enter the promo code SFoodie (for tickets, click here), $60 at the door.

Thursday, 2/19, 7-9pm, 18 Reasons (593 Guerrero): Robert Camuto, author of Corkscrewed: Adventures in the New French Wine Country, discusses the state of French terroirs while leading a tasting of wines from Nicolas Joly (Savennières), Didier Barral (Faugères), and Jean-Michel Stephan (Côte-Rôtie). $15 includes snacks (for advance tickets, click here). sold out

Thursday, 2/19, 4:30-6:30pm, K&L (638 4th St): Languedoc wines from Clos du Gravillas and Chateau de la Negly, $1

Saturday, 2/21, noon-3pm, K&L (638 4th St): tasting of newly arrived Bordeaux, $20

Saturday, 2/21, 2pm, CAV (1666 Market): introductory wine class, $45 includes tasting

Saturday, 2/21, 2-5:30pm, SF Wine Trading Co. (250 Taraval): tasting of organic and biodyamic wines, $10

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