The owner of Premier Cru purchased much of his fine wine on the gray market.
A primer to natural wines, including what it is, how it’s made and where to get it in the East Bay.
Wine writer Thomas Riley highlights six eateries with what he says are particularly interesting wine lists.
Seven disgruntled customers have filed lawsuits against Premier Cru, a high-end wine store on University Avenue.
The East Bay has seen a boom in quirky, community-focused wine shops that are expanding the way customers think about wine.
At a preliminary hearing discussion centered on whether wine was stolen or taken legitimately by three former employees of the West Berkeley winery.
“I don’t feel a winery should be that intimidating, snobbish condescending experience,” says Buena Vista owner Jean-Charles Boisset who is dedicated to increasing the “fun” in wine tasting.
Harvest season is relaxed and fun in Livermore Valley — here are five reasons to visit this hidden gem of Bay Area wine country.
There are now eight wineries in a two-block area in West Berkeley, with four others just a few hundred feet away.
When she was just 3-years’ old, Shauna Rosenblum could read a refractometer to measure the sugar levels in wine. Now she’s running the show at a unique East Bay winery.
The book, by Berkeleyside co-founder Frances Dinkelspiel, tells the story of Berkeley native Mark Anderson who committed the largest ever crime involving wine.