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Bluxome Winery's Summer Wine & Food Paring

Bluxome Street Winery

Sunday, July 27, 2014 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM (PDT)

San Francisco, CA

Bluxome Winery's Summer Wine & Food Paring

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Ticket Type Sales End Price Fee Quantity
General Admission Ended $60.00 $4.29
Wine Club Member Admission Ended $45.00 $3.47
2 General Admission Tickets Ended $100.00 $6.49

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Event Details

On Sunday, July 27th, Bluxome Street Winery will open its doors to some of San Francisco's top restaurants in an effort to pair Bluxome's best whites with San Francisco's best bites.

Each guest will have the opportunity to try 4 wines with 4 small plates.

Participating restaurants include:

-Hog Island Oyster Company's sweetwater oysters on the half shell...paired with Bluxome Winery's 2012 Russian River Valley Sauvignon Blanc

-Le Colonial's vegetarian spring rolls...paired with Bluxome Winery's 2012 Sonoma Valley Viogner

-20th Century Cafe's potato knish & pogacsa (Hungarian scone)...paired with Bluxome Winery's 2012 Russian River Valley Chardonnay

-Nojo's bacon wrapped mochi skewer & beef tendon salad...paired with Bluxome Winery's 2013 Rose of Syrah Russian River Valley

Plus Tartine's fresh baked breads & cultured butter & special pricing on Bluxome Winery's wines 

Spend your Sunday afternoon in true San Francisco style...eating & drinking delicious, local offerings in the comfort of a beautiful space.

Come thirsty. Come hungry. 

Have questions about Bluxome Winery's Summer Wine & Food Paring? Contact Bluxome Street Winery

When & Where


Bluxome Street Winery
53 Bluxome St
San Francisco, CA 94107

Sunday, July 27, 2014 from 1:00 PM to 4:00 PM (PDT)


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Bluxome Street Winery

It's a little known fact that California winemaking stated not in Napa or Sonoma, but right here in San Francisco - SOMA, to be exact.  Home to heroes and scoundrels, artists and working men, familiar to the likes of Isadora Duncan and Jack London, SOMA was the stuff of legend - not to mention the birthplace of great wine.  In fact, no less than 120 wineries and commercial cellars called SOMA home.  Sadly, the 1906 earthquake ended many of the dreams in this neck of the worrds, and whatever spark remained alive was quickly snuffed by the 18th amendment.  Until now that is.

Bluxome Street Winery - open in the heart of SOMA from high noon until 7pm Tuesday through Sunday.

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