Peter Zavialoff of the The Wine House in San Francisco samples a glass of Chateau La Tour de By during a 2011 wine tasting at the Palace Hotel. San Francisco has the second widest income inequality gap among the top 50 U.S. cities.
Peter Zavialoff of the The Wine House in San Francisco samples a glass of Chateau La Tour de By during a 2011 wine tasting at the Palace Hotel. San Francisco has the second widest income inequality gap among the top 50 U.S. cities. Eric Risberg Associated Press file
Peter Zavialoff of the The Wine House in San Francisco samples a glass of Chateau La Tour de By during a 2011 wine tasting at the Palace Hotel. San Francisco has the second widest income inequality gap among the top 50 U.S. cities. Eric Risberg Associated Press file