A fusion dining-destination with views of the Bay Bridge that is modern and classic; east and west at the same time, in San Francisco at Chaya Brasserie. Then, dishes inspired by the flavors of Mexico and Latin America combine with a killer tequila menu in San Anselmo at Marinitas. Lastly, set among the seven-hills of San Francisco is well-executed, refined, Cal-Italian cuisine found at Seven Hills.
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My name is Leslie Sbrocco and I'm the host of Check, Please! Bay Area. Each week, I will be sharing my tasting notes about the wine, beer, and spirits the guests and I drank on set during the taping of the show. I will also share some wine tips with each episode. This week I discuss: What do you do with leftover wine?
22015 Dry Creek Vineyard, Sauvignon Blanc, Dry Creek Valley, Sonoma County, California $18
The fresh, appealing character of Sauvignon Blanc is captured in this version of the famed grape. Blended with a dash of Sauvignon Musque (an aromatic clone of the variety) and Sauvignon Gris, as well as layered with a kiss of oak barrel aging, the wine is complex. It showcases ripe melon and pear notes with zesty acidity and a long finish. A white for poolside or table side.