Angeles Carreño

Los Angeles River Wine Company

Lone Wolf Bob Munoa Ranch MISSION (LISTÁN PRIETO) 2020

Joe Carroll

Made from a very old vineyard in Temecula that hadn’t been pruned or cared for in over sixty years. — 25 days ago

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Wild Nature Still Pinot Gris

Psychic wines for quarantined NYE. Apple funky light bubbles in the freezing Los Angeles winter. — 7 months ago


Connor Sonoma Coast Pinot Noir

Luscious ripe red cherry flavors that was perfect with Peking duck! Thank the lord for take in Los Angeles - our mayor has shut in restaurant service again. Cheers! — a year ago

Mike, Shay and 5 others liked this

Los Angeles River Wine Company

Lone Wolf Bob Munoa Ranch Blanc 2020

Joe Carroll

Really a Ramato made from gray grapes — 25 days ago

Josh, Daniel P. and 6 others liked this
Daniel Bloom

Daniel Bloom

Are these Scholium project wines?
Joe Carroll

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Daniel, its Abe Schoener’s new project using LA and San Diego County fruit.

Antigal Winery & Estates

One Doña Angeles Vineyard Malbec 2010

Beautiful balance. Chewy tannins. Dark dark fruit. Mild acid... fantastic — 7 months ago


Santorini Assyrtiko 2018

It was a very hot day on the coast of Los Angeles and this chilled Greek gem from the island of Santorini hot the spot. Crisp, light and citrusy with a steely minerality and a slight bitterness on the finish which literally stopped me from gulping it too fast. Paired with a German style dinner of pork schnitzel and potato salad. The cider vinegar and mustard dressing of the potato salad pushed aside the slight bitterness and bounced playfully with the citrus acidity of the wine. Riesling would have paired well of course, but I just adore an Assyrtiko. It makes me feel like I am on vacation. — a year ago

Los Angeles River Wine Company

Galleano Family Home Ranch Red Blend 2019

Dark, inky purple. Fresh fruit. — 8 months ago

Ellen Christen
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Cantina Giardino

Drogone Campania Aglianico 2017

I’ll say amazing, rich and complex. Sappy, thick, stony. Went really well with grilled pork, as suggested by Harriet at Psychic Wines in Los Angeles. Shoutout to Psychic Wines for doing the best job of any wine store in LA. — a year ago

Cathern, Alfonzo and 6 others liked this