The Dogpatch is a historic neighborhood located on the flats east of Potrero Hill in San Francisco. Once a booming industrial epicenter of the cities central waterfront, the Dogpatch fell into industrial decline when the local shipbuilding industry died after World War II. What was once a neighborhood of proud working class families, the neighborhood became a no man's land during the late 1950s and 1960s. In recent years, a collection of artists and working professionals have started moving back into the neighborhood and the streets are thriving with new businesses opening on a regular basis. While you're in the neighborhood, check out:
  • Chocolate Lab by Recchuiti Confections
  • DIG Wine Shop
  • Gilberth's Rotisserie & Grill
  • Hard Knox Café
  • Just For You Cafe
  • La Fromagerie
  • Magnolia Brew Pub (opening soon)
  • Mr. and Mrs. Miscellaneous Ice Cream
  • Olivier's Butchey
  • Piccino Restaurant
  • Poquito Restaurant
  • Serpentine Restaurant
  • The Dogpatch Saloon
  • Yield Wine Bar

We apologize for the inconvenience, but the tasting room will be closed for private events
on the following dates in 2014:

Feb 27

Mar 01 (starting at 4:00 PM)

Mar 08

Mar 13 & 14

Mar 15

Mar 21 (starting at 4:00 PM)

Mar 29 (starting at 4:00 PM)

Apr 13

Apr 19 (starting at 3:00)

Apr 25 (starting at 4:00)

May 3

May 24

Jul 12

Jul 19

Aug 30 (starting at 4:00)

Sep 6 (starting at 4:00)






If you have any questions please contact:
415.525.4440 or email