The word "urban" usually brings to mind densely-packed cities, unless you live in the southern middle of the US, in which case, OMG KEEEEEITH!!! Giving San Franciscans a new, more booze-filled type of urban, The Winery SF
Conceived by a wine-making vet and set in an old Treasure Island naval hangar built when World Wars were all the rage, The Winery is an (you got it!) urban, actually-functional vino-creation facility with over 400 barrels of fermenting grapes, two tasting rooms, and a rent-able boardroom that overlooks the entire operation, at least until you mistakenly try to tweeze the Bread Basket instead of the Ankle Bone Connected To The Knee Bone. Now open for tastings ($15 for a flight of 8) on weekends from 1-5pm, the 20,000sqft behemoth will make more than 72 tons of wine (5,000-plus cases) this year using imported wine country grapes that'll be sent through a sorting table and crusher/de-stemmer, before being packed into macro bins n' tanks, a two-and-a-half ton bladder press, and finally a traditional cask made of "French Oak", also what Maple felt peer pressured to do during the party in Pine's mom's basement. They're also now doing by-appointment-only Barrel Samplings of their Vie and Sol Rouge for as few as 10 people (and as many as 1,000), where they'll let you taste super oak-y, still-fermenting wine by siphoning it directly from a barrel with a turkey-baster-ish contraption called a Thief -- so hey, if nothing else, at least you know they've got Winona Ryder on staff.
And don't be surprised if both tasting rooms look familiar, as this place used to be the set of NBC's Trauma and both wine bars are actually the hospital counters used in the show, making this absolutely a Once In a Lifetime opportunity.