The history of winemaking in the city of San Francisco dates back before the Great Fire of 1906, when several wineries operated in what is now the SoMa (South of Market) portion of downtown. Today, a new chapter is being written by winemakers who source their grapes from Napa, Sonoma, Lake County, and beyond. Located in industrial warehouses and airplane hangars from downtown to Oakland and Alameda, the wineries of San Francisco offer exceptional wines and a relaxed urban vibe.
Founded by self-taught, award-winning winemaker Dominick Chirichillo and his wife Gloria, Domenico Winery & Vineyards embraces the Italian heritage and the tradition of family winemaking.
Set in the lush green pastures of eastern Contra Costa County, Hannah Nicole Vineyards is a picturesque destination for wine lovers and a dream-come-true for founders Neil and Glenda Cohn.
From its very first note, San Francisco Bay’s R & B Cellars has delivered premium wines infused with the musical passion of its owners, Barbara and Kevin Brown.
Boasting stunning views of the San Francisco skyline from its location in a converted 40,000-square-foot airport hangar, Rock Wall Wine Company offers an exciting way to discover distinctive California wines
For more than 25 years, Rosenblum Cellars has been a hit with Zinfandel lovers. Founded by Kent Rosenblum, it is now one of California’s top producers of Zinfandel and Rhône style wines.