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560 Divisadero, San Francisco, CA 94117
Nopa's list radiates enthusiasm for wine. If you want something obscure, like Swiss whites or Austrian reds, they've got that, but they don't turn their nose up at reliable California wines like Ridge Geyserville. The emphasis is on food-friendliness, but it's not pedantic. The selection of half bottles is generous and interesting. Prices are generally fair: Spend $50-$60 here and you can go in many great directions. Nopa's weakness is the absence of affordable alternatives in some important categories (sparkling wine, Chardonnay). I'm not sure how to explain the lack of cheap bubbles, but I think the Chardonnay pricing is a subtle nudge to get you to try something else. Nopa is a great place to do that.
Source: SF Weekly
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