Treasure Island Wines Story

Our Mission

Treasure Island Wines®  is a serious boutique urban winery collective whose prime directive is producing affordable luxury artisan wines right in San Francisco. Our focus is handcrafted wine as well as elevating the urban wine tasting experience. Our tasting room is open Saturdays and selected Sundays and we both produce and host select events. TI Wines is fully functioning urban winery and not a wine bar or contract custom crush facility – our select clients are fully compliant California ABC 02 licensed alternating proprietorships/wineries.

Key Facts
  • Treasure Island Wines is the Original Winery and Tasting Room on San Francisco’s Treasure Island

  •   Open to the public in 2007.

  • Founders: Brother’s James Mirowski (15+ year Veteran Wine Maker & Information Security Executive) and Paul Mirowski (Wine and Entertainment Lawyer and Musician)

  • TI Wines was  one of the first four commercial entities on the former US Navy Base, Treasure Island.

  • TI Wines is a 12K+ square foot facility (formerly the US NAVY Base PX Warehouse and store) that produces between 8-10,000 cases a year and sells and promotes our own wine as well as wine produced by our AP clients.

  • We host 4 other wineries (ABC type 02) on site we are able to offer a wide variety of handcrafted wines in our tasting room.




 Winemaking and Community Activity Awards
        •   SF Convention and Visitor’s Bureau “Only In SF” Grant - unique SF destinations

        •   SF Good Neighbors Award (TI & YBI)

        • Great Wine Capital Global Network  2012 Awards of Merit in Innovative Wine Tourism Experiences

        •   Gold Medal, 2008 Mendocino Cabernet Sauvignon, Wine Makers Challenge

        • Silver Medal, 2010 Sierra Foothills Roussanne, Wine Makers Challenge

        • Bronze Medal, 2008 Mendocino Cabernet Sauvignon, Next Gen Wine Competition


Recent Media
  • Food Republic and Monocle Magazine
  • TV: Eye on the Bay, The View From The Bay, Channel 2 News, Chanel 26 News
  • Radio: KCBS, KGO, KQED
  • PRINT: SF Weekly, USA Today, SF Chronicle, SJ Mercury News, Contra Costa Times, Wall Street Journal
  • Web: Huffington Post, Monocle, Food Republic
  • FILM: Product placement in major motion picture: Nothing Special


Recent Events

 The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Empower African Children, Stanford Medical Center, Cork-N-Pork, Blue Angels and Bacon Buzz, SF Chefs, SF Weekly Dish, The Leukemia & Lymphoma Gala, Make a Wish Foundation, Treasure Island Music Festival, SF Dept of the Environment, SF Film Commission, Toys For Tots SF Fire Department, Fisherman's Wharf's Crab Fest