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2012 Montagny 1er Cru Les Coeres – Domaine Michel-Andreotti

“You’re moving? Where to?” We’re hearing that more and more these days. Yep, it’s true. After nearly 14 years here on Carolina Street, we’re moving our headquarters to 829 26th Street, which is on the corner of 3rd and 26th Streets in … Continue reading

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2011 Michel-Andreotti Montagny “Les Guignottes”

September has been an exciting month here at TWH! A jam-packed container from France (seriously jam-packed) landed recently, and it was loaded with some great wines. You will be hearing all about these wines in the coming weeks, as there … Continue reading

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2010 Michel-Andreotti Montagny les Guignottes

I like Chardonnay. Chardonnay and I have been friends for a long time. It’s difficult for me to think about Chardonnay and not think about the weekend that I discovered wine. Hours before my wine epiphany occurred, I was rubbing … Continue reading

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2012 Saint-Aubin 1er Cru En Remilly From Sylvain Langoureau

Happy Independence Day! We hope you’re all having a wonderful long weekend, capped off by a festive 4th. Our staff is taking what is a long weekend ourselves, being closed both days this weekend, but we’ll be back on Monday! … Continue reading

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The Wine House SF – Our Top 10 Wines Of 2014

The Wine House SF – Top 10 Wines of 2014 It started out as a concept brought to light while fighting off a bout of insomnia, but after five years, it seems to have stuck. A Top Ten Wines of … Continue reading

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The Winery Of Good Hope’s 2012 Unoaked Chardonnay

As someone who doesn’t travel nearly as often and as far away as I’d like, I find consolation in wine’s ability to transport the taster to its place of origin.  Sure, I’ve logged some decent miles for a bloke who doesn’t … Continue reading

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Auxey-Duresses From Domaine Lafouge

In the last few years, David’s prospecting trips to Burgundy have been quite fruitful. One by one, we’ve added the likes of Domaine Michel Bouzereau et fils, Domaine Sainte Barbe, Sylvain Langoureau, Domaine Bart, Michel-Andreotti, Gabriel Billard and Claudie Jobard, Genot-Boulanger, and Stephane Magnien to our roster of … Continue reading

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2009 Le Farnete Carmignano

October 2013. It has been with much excitement that we’ve proudly reported here that we (in the form of David) have found and have begun importing the wines from more than a handful of new producers over the past couple of years. There’s Claudie Jobard, Stephane Magnien, and Philippe Pernot with … Continue reading

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2011 Rully Montagne La Folie from Claudie Jobard

We have been promising the arrival of some new whites from France, specifically Burgundy, to go along with David’s other terrific finds, Michel-Andreotti, Pernot-Belicard and J-M Chaland. Our most recent container has brought a bevy of Burgundian beauties beginning with this stunner from producer Claudie … Continue reading

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The Wine House SF Top Ten Wines Of 2012

Now that we’ve all settled into 2013, we have to say with excitement that this is going to be a great year! We are anxiously looking forward to all of the good things and the many great wines coming our … Continue reading

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Filed under 2009 Bordeaux, Anya Balistreri, Chateauneuf du Pape, Contra Costa County, Cortese, Domaine Bart, Gavi, Haut-Medoc, Marsannay, Montagny, Mourvedre, Napa Valley, Peter Zavialoff, Rioja, Slovenia