The South Bay’s wine region stretches from Gillroy to Half Moon Bay and boasts over 70 wineries. Explore the hidden and under-recognized region as we road trip to historical wineries and pop in to on some surprising newcomers to the wine scene.
Few wines go well with raw oysters because of the combination of minerals, sweetness and the flavor of the sea. That’s what makes the Pacific Coast Oyster Wine Competition…
With Northern California producing some of the world’s most celebrated wines, it comes as no surprise that Bay Area natives, Train are really into making their own…
Wine growers hoping to expand their vineyards by clearing forested hillsides may face an uphill struggle with regulators concerned about water quality.
A new type of “nutritional” chocolate bar that claims to improve heart health may have a hard time living up to the promise.
All lanes of the Richmond-San Rafael bridge were reopened Thursday after a big rig carrying wine caught fire on the span, shutting eastbound lanes for hours.
The 2010 Gnarly Head Authentic Red is a perfect barbecue wine that could also be served with a rich, spicy pasta or a pizza…
One of the best things about Italian food in San Francisco is the diversity. Restaurants run the gamut from sophisticated, contemporary and elegant to young and high energy to whimsical and romantic. These spots appear in a variety of neighborhoods, from the Mission to the Fillmore and Pacific Heights.
Both Napa and Sonoma had some issues with weather, keeping the wine grape harvest down.
The late freezes and untimely rain impacted California’s wine grape harvest just as vintners had predicted: The 2011 harvest was down 7 percent to 3.3 million tons.