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Winery Collective, San Francisco

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Winery / Vineyard Food & Drink
Winery Collective is San Francisco's multi-winery tasting room in San Francisco focused on boutique wineries. Winery Collective provides a unique experience allowing you to taste wines from dozens of small wineries across California right in San Francisco without having to travel to each of the wine regions. Meet wine makers, explore wine samplers, and experience wine country across California from Napa Valley to Santa Barbara while wine tasting in San Francisco.

Winery Collective is located in San Francisco's Fisherman's Wharf at 485 Jefferson Street @ Hyde Street next to The Cannery and 1 block from the Hyde Street Cable Car Turnaround.
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  • Years ago this was my favorite place. And now its a dump. I noticed the general trend in the ratings have plummeted, from Great to Terrible. I guess it has a new owner or new management or something. ...  more »
  • We stopped in for a quick drink before dinner because it was next door to our hotel and were underwhelmed. The wine was just ok and the bartender made the whole experience totally offputting. He was h...  more »
  • Skilled bar-tender and a large selection of wines. The location close to the pier is nice too. Definitely worth the visit.  more »
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  • Today we had a truly brilliant experience here with Mark. Mark was so charismatic and truly was a walking encyclopaedia of knowledge on all things wine. We enjoyed the bar, all of the wines and ports and really loved hearing stories and having super interesting chats with mark. We were visiting on our honeymoon and I would recommend popping in and seeing mark if you ever get the chance. Thank you for such a wonderful afternoon.
  • Walked in, said we were interested in some reds from the card. I think the guy thought he was about to get a bigger sale elsewhere because he walked off and ignored us for a few minutes. No welcome no purchases, we left. His style was also rather hyperbolic and salesman like rather than a serious expert in flavour. Their loss.
  • Mark, the Wine Whisperer, is the best! He knows his wine and he has a well-trained ability to predict your tastes and wine preferences. We had a blast doing a tasting there with him and will definitely come back when we return to San Francisco!
  • Daemon was a wealth of knowledge, calm of mind and swift of tongue. Have some fun, taste some great wines! The Petite Syrah was anything but petite!
  • In the area walking around Pier 39 made to Ghirardelli Square. On the way back decided to try a tasting at Winery. Fast friendly service with staff that knows the trade. Recommendation from workers were kinda confusing, but a quick sip reveal more than what was said.