Run by Jay Esopenko and Melissa Gugni, who also own the Little Vine wine shop in North Beach, Union Larder is where the cool kids hang out after work, thanks to an abundance of cheeses (around 60), over a dozen selections of house-made charcuterie, and a wine list dominated by trend-setting producers from up and down the California coast—like Cruze, Scholium Project and Liquid Farm. Most bottles are priced between $40 and $60. If you’re visiting from out of town, it’s a great first stop to acquaint yourself with what’s trending in California wine.
This review appears in the print edition of the October 2017 issue. Like what you just read? Subscribe now.
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