Entertaining with wine at any price

November 10, 2008 5:03:57 PM PST
The holiday entertaining season is here. Nick Smith spoke with a Sonoma County winemaker to learn more about finding the right bottle of wine at every price point.

Nick took a trip to San Francisco's largest urban tasting room and finds great choices at every price point!

The Press Club, an urban tasting room, is a microcosm of the premium Northern California Wine Country experience and will feature an exclusive mix of wineries some not publicly available for tasting anywhere else in the world. With a premium roster of vintners including, Chateau Montelena, Saintsbury, Pahlmeyer and more, Press Club is open for local and visiting San Francisco wine enthusiasts and aspirants.

Wine pricing information:

Fritz - Dry Creek Valley
2005 Zinfandel
$40

Mount Eden
2005 Pinot Noir
$65

Pahlmeyer 2006
Chardonnay
$70

Landmark
2006 Chardonnay
$40

Hanna
2007 Sauvignon Blanc
$18

Chateau Montelena
2007 Riesling
$22

Guest featured in this segment:
Chris Hanna of Hanna Winery
Website: http://www.hannawinery.com

About Taste Partners, LLC
Co-founded in 2005 by business partners Andrew Chun and Jan Wiginton, Taste Partners, LLC is a San Francisco-based company specializing in innovative wine ventures. With more than 16 collective years of creative strategy, planning and project delivery experience, Taste Partners, LLC ignited its award-winning business model for Press Club, an urban tasting room, and is currently overseeing the development of the 9,000-square-foot space located in San Francisco's Yerba Buena Lane. Upon its grand opening in spring of 2008, Taste Partners, LLC will oversee the daily operations of Press Club, San Francisco's most exclusive wine collective. Visit Press Club's web site at .

About Millennium Partners
Millennium Partners is a nationally recognized luxury real estate developer responsible for celebrated showcase developments that have transformed the surrounding neighborhoods into distinguished destinations. After 11 years in the making, the company celebrated the opening of San Francisco's first mixed-use development in 2001. Led by a development team that included Millennium Partners, the project includes the five-star Four Seasons Hotel, the sold-out Four Seasons Residences, the 100,000-square-foot Sports Club/LA, and retail space that fronts both Market Street and Yerba Buena Lane.

Other Millennium Partners San Francisco developments include the innovative entertainment center Metreon (in which Millennium recently sold its interest) and Yerba Buena Lane. Millennium's commitment to San Francisco is further evidenced by the company's support of the city's cultural attractions. Millennium Partners was instrumental in the Contemporary Jewish Museum's ongoing efforts to build a new facility beginning 10 years ago, when the company helped plan the space for the museum. In July 2006 Millennium Partners gifted the museum 22,700 square feet of land next to Four Seasons Hotel. The company is currently building Millennium Tower, the tallest luxury residential tower in San Francisco.


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