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Wines on Tap - SD?

Loved finding wines on tap at Underbelly. Who else in San Diego is doing this?

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  1. asplashofwine.com

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    1. re: honkman

      a wine bar website that doesn't show what wines they pour? not even a page devoted to their wine philosophy? a screen for old movies? concept doesn't interest me. wine does.

      1. re: pickypicky

        Most wine bars don't show which wines they pour, e.g. Wine Steals hasn't much about their offered wines and philosophy but is a good wine bar. With your (in my opinion unreasonable) criteria you will miss out on a number if good places.

    2. I think Linkery does this, they call it a cask system.

      1. The Linkery was pouring wines from Triple B Ranch in Valley Center from kegs recently. I thought the wines were very good. Blind Lady Ale House has wine on tap.

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        1. re: Idyllwild

          Thanks, you two. Just what I wanted to know.

          1. re: pickypicky

            Do they deign to serve it in a glass?

            1. re: littlestevie

              haha. no. we had to put our lips on the spigot. now that's a concept.

              1. re: pickypicky

                I wa thinking that or a bota bag

                1. re: littlestevie

                  Bota bag...blast from the past...do they still make those bad boys?

                  1. re: Beach Chick

                    Yup, they do. Haven't drank from one in a gazillion years.

        2. The Andaz downtown has a large selection of wine on tap

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          1. re: jbol

            Technically Andaz doesn't have wine on tap. The wine is still in a bottle. Up in North San Diego County there are a few doing it - Tommy V's Urban Kitchen in Carlsbad and Vinz Wine Bar in Escondido both have wine on tap. Eco-friendly and stainless steel fermented Chardonnays.