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Qupe Winemaker Bob Lindquist Pouring his Wines in San Francisco

Tomorrow night (August 11) William Cross Wine Merchants will host Bob Lindquist, owner and winemaker from Qupe Vineyards for a tasting and discussion of his wines. Qupe is a Central Coast producer of exclusively Rhone style wines, and the tasting will include his Syrah, Viognier, Marsanne and a few others. It costs $15 and runs from 6:00 - 9:00 PM. William Cross is a small but intimate and friendly venue.

William Cross Wine Merchants and Wine Bar
2253 Polk St @ Green
San Francisco, 94109
415 346 1314

Comments (2)

Barry Singer wrote:
12.09.04 at 9:50 AM

I am a first time home winemaker. I have 100gals. of 2004 Cabernet in two barrels,(2.5 months) 80% completed MLF.
The problem is the wine is still very sour but tasty. I had the TA analysed and it came up 0.99grams/100ml. I guess we added too much tartaric acid in the beginning. Is there anyone out there who has a similar problem and corrected it with either calcium carbonate or potassium carbonate and didn't destory or alter the flavors and aromas of the wine. Also any tips on doing that procedure??
Barry Singer

Alder wrote:
12.09.04 at 10:57 AM

Barry I will contact you offline and refer you to one of my winemaker friends.

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