This ticket is for one person to board the Red & White Ferry private charter from The Craneway Pavilion at Ford Point, returning to Pier 43 1/2 in San Francisco. The ferry departs at 3:15 PM and will arrive at Pier 43 1/2 in San Francisco at approximately 4:00 PM. This is one way service only for the return trip from The Craneway back to San Francisco. Ferry service will not operate in the event of fog, stormy weather, or other similar acts of God.
When & Where
The Rhone Rangers are a group of roughly 150 wineries dedicated to making wines from the 22 grape varieties originally made famous in France’s Rhone Valley. These varieties range from the better-known Syrah and Viognier to the up-and-coming Mourvèdre, Grenache and Roussanne, to obscure (but delicious) grapes like Counoise and Picpoul.
The Rhone Rangers started from a small gathering of American vintners who began meeting informally in the 1980s. As their numbers expanded, the group organized under the name “Rhone Rangers.” The Rhone Rangers is a non-profit organization focused on promoting the enjoyment of Rhone varietal wines produced in the United States. These grapes include the 22 traditional varieties approved by the French government for the Côtes du Rhone, as well as Durif (Petite Sirah). In order for a winery to join the Rhone Rangers, they must produce at least one wine that contains 75% of any single approved varietal (or combination of these varietals).