Saturday 7/8
3-7 pm no reservations required

Los Angeles natural wine biodynamic organic weird
Saturday tasting
3-7 PM no reservations required

On a day like today with temperatures in central Los Angeles peaking at 100 degrees Fahrenheit, selecting wines for our tasting is not that difficult – gimme anything that’s super refreshing, and make it snappy. For our white tasting, three Spanish wines: one from the northeast of Spain and aged in terracotta amphora, and two from the northwest of Spain and made from astonishingly old albariño vines (some of which are over 200 years old). For the red tasting, three reds, all perfect to serve cold: two from the northeast of Italy, one of which is dry, lightly fizzy, and made from schiava, a grape that is meant for summertime guzzling, and a third wine from Corsica, Demeter-certified biodynamic, lighter than a feather, and made from the local sciaccarellu (“shock-a-rell”) grape.

Spanish white tasting $15

Pepe Raventos “De la Vinya del Noguer Alt” Xarel-Lo 2015 Penedes 2015
Do Ferreiro “Cepas Vellas” Albariño Rías Baixas 2015
Forjas del Salnes “Leirana Genoveva” Albariño Rías Baixas 2015

Chilled red tasting $15

Abbatucci Rouge Frais Imperiale Corsica 2015
Pranzegg “Vino Rosso Leggero” Südtirol 2015
Franz Gojer St Magdalener “Classico” Südtirol 2015

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