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    Leojami is a family-owned micro-winery in Carmel Valley, California. We produce small quantities of premium wines that complement the senses. Founded by a winemaker and a cookbook editor, Leojami is focused on the relationships between food and wine, the environment and our community. We focus on local groceries, wine shops and eateries that are interested in sustainable, organic and local produce ... We invite you to join us ...

    Our retail and restaurant partners include: (scroll to view)

    750mL Wine Bar
    227 S. San Mateo Drive
    San Mateo, CA 94401
    (650) 342-9463

    L'Auberge - Aubergine
    Monte Verde St. (Between Ocean & 7th)
    Carmel By The Sea, CA 93921
    (831) 624-8578

    Bistro Vis A Vis
    282 Bon Air Shopping Center
    Greenbrae, CA
    (415) 925-4370

    Boulevard Restaurant
    One Mission St
    San Francisco, CA 94105
    (415) 543-6084

    The Bountiful Basket
    (831) 625-4457
    On San Carlos btw. Ocean and 7th
    Carmel, CA 93922

    Chamisal Tennis & Fitness Club
    Robley Road
    Corral de Tierra, CA 93908
    (831) 484-1135

    Epic Roasthouse
    369 The Embarcadero
    San Francisco, CA 94105
    (415) 369-9955

    Farmstead Cheese and Wines
    Montclair Village
    Oakland CA 94611
    Alameda Marketplace
    Alameda CA 94501
    (510) 864-9463

    The Fig Cafe & Wine Bar
    13690 Arnold Drive
    Glen Ellen, CA 95442
    (707) 938-2130

    The Girl & The Fig
    110 West Spain Street
    Sonoma, CA 95476
    (707) 938-3634

    A Grape In The Fog
    400 Old County Road
    Pacifica, CA 94040
    (650) 735-5854

    Gravity Wine Bar
    544 Emerson St
    Palto Alto, CA 94301
    (650) 327-3161

    Jack & Tony's
    115 Fourth Street, Railroad Square
    Santa Rosa, CA 95403
    (707) 526-4347

    150 University Avenue
    Palo Alto, CA 94301
    (650) 329-9644

    Martins West GastroPub
    831 Main Street
    Redwood City, CA 94063
    (650) 366-4366

    The Monterey Wine Market
    192 Country Club Gate Center
    Pacific Grove, CA 93950
    (831) 646-0107

    Murieta Plaza Foods
    7248 Murieta Pkwy
    Rancho Murieta, CA 95683
    (916) 354-2303

    Nielsen Bros. Market
    On San Carlos Street & 7th
    Carmel, CA 93923
    (831) 624-5939

    Parkside Grille
    884 Portola Road
    Portola Valley
    (650) 529-9007

    Pe Yale
    3131 Fillmore Street
    San Francisco, CA 94123
    (415) 441-1461

    Ranch Cañada Golf Club
    4860 Carmel Valley Road
    Carmel, CA 93923-7936
    (831) 624-0111

    Scoma's Restaurant
    Pier 47, Al Scoma Way
    San Francisco, CA 94133
    (415) 771-4383

    Star Market
    (831) 422-3651
    1275 S. Main Street Salinas, CA 93901

    The Tipsy Pig
    2231 Chestnut Street
    San Francisco, CA 94123
    (415) 292-2300

    Val de Cole Wines & Spirits
    906 Cofe
    San Francisco, CA 94101
    (415) 566-1808

    The Valley Wine Shack
    535 West Napa Street
    Sonoma, CA 95476
    (707) 938-7218

    Vino Prima Wines
    55 B Municipal Wharf
    Santa Cruz, CA 95060
    (831) 426-0750

    The Wine Room
    520 Ramona Street
    Palo Alto, CA 94301
    (650) 462-1968

    The Wine Steward
    641 Main Street
    Pleasanton, CA 94566
    (925) 600-9463

    Contact our broker for more information OR you can buy our wines online through our website

Vineyard Ergonomics ...

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I’ve always been interested in the act of reading coffee grounds, the foretelling of one’s place in the universe as it appears in the upturned grounds of one’s morning/afternoon/evening coffee. I’m sure there are “experts” in the field and that some of what follows will seem pretty silly, and some of this should be taken … Continue reading

NY Legislation Will Wipe Out “Gray Market” For Fine Wine

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Notes From A Sommelier’s Journal –

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‘Twas the night before a gala SLH tasting …

It happens at least once during each tasting/event … the ahh-ha moment, when no matter what story any winemaker or marketing guru is spinning your way, you ‘get it’ … you understand the terroir and the people and the struggles they endure to make some of the finest and most sought after products in the … Continue reading

Sommelier’s Secrets to Blind Tasting …

We all wonder how sommeliers are able to blindly assess the qualities of a wine and arrive at the correct judgement. In all seriousness, the answers are right there in front of them, in the glass. During last weekend’s Fourth Annual Pebble Beach Food and Wine event, three Master Sommeliers discussed the techniques involved in … Continue reading


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