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Yield, San Francisco’s Organic Wine Bar

Red wine is practically the fountain of youth thanks to resveratrol, a natural substance found in the skin of grapes that supposedly offsets the ill effects of a high-fat, high-calorie diet and extends longevity. But like any other crop, grapes can be grown with loads of pesticides and chemicals. And what’s so healthy about sipping hundreds of chemicals in your Riesling while nibbling on 100% organic Camembert?

With its close proximity to some of the world’s most prolific vineyards, it’s been said that San Francisco has a one-to-one ratio of wine bars to city blocks. Why welcome another? Because this one only pours “green” wines, which are sustainable, organic or biodynamic. Head to San Francisco’s up-and-coming Dogpatch neighborhood and toast the opening of Yield Wine Bar.

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Drinking is really healthy, but remember, that TOO much of everything is bad. We better watch out our diet and our health.

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