Being a judge in the Pacific Coast Oyster Wine Competition is one of my favorite assignments. I love oysters, and finding the wine that gives you the perfect balance when eating an oyster is more involved than you might think.
As fluorescent makes its way out and pastel in to take its place, boutiques in the North Bay are selling up-to-date items designed by local artists this spring.
Narsai David is the KCBS Food and Wine Editor. He has been a successful restaurateur, chef, TV host, and columnist in the Bay Area spanning four decades. You can hear him Saturdays at 10:53 […]
James Barrett, a vintner whose superb wines boosted the international reputation of the California wine industry, has died. He was 86.
Alice@97.3’s Marcus D. delivers the consummate rustic French dish for the soul with it’s beginnings traced all the way back to ancient Gaul, “Coq Au Vin” is perfect for…
A small boat with four cases of California wine has left Charleston Harbor and will submerge the wine in the ocean for three months to age it.
A vineyard manager was sentenced Thursday to 30 days in jail and 80 hours of community service for removing a safety device in a tractor that overturned and killed a worker in 2011.
Here are three delicious wines: a pinot noir from Mendocino County and the others from Clarksburg near the Sacramento Delta.
Let’s cast an eye over the East Bay experts offering excellent, curated wine lists and pairings for the enjoyment of the public.
The trio’s 4th wine for their Save Me, San Francisco Wine Company was inspired by “the intensity & greatness” of iconic big wave surf, Mavericks…