Canta is a wine delivery service supplying
mostly to the east side of Los Angeles, and
delivering for free each week on Wednesday,
Thursday, and Friday with a $75 minimum.
We only buy and sell wines from growers
and producers that we ourselves drink.
We are now shipping within California with
a six bottle minimum—choose ‘California
Shipping’ at checkout or write us to build
an order!

You must be 21+ to buy wine.

Current List

Caroline Connelly & Rémy Kaneko
Joe Jefferies
Corentin Houillon
Emilie Mutombo
Domaine de Kalathas
Stephane Cyran
Samuel Boulay
Simon Busser (Deep Cuts)
Gabrio Bini
Patrick Bouju
Nicolas Bastin
Lambert Spielmann
Cascina Degli Ulivi 
Jerome Lambert
La Lunotte
Thierry Hesnault
Joan Ramón Escoda
Radovan Šuman
Clos des Vignes du Maynes
Alban Michel
Raj Parr

Maurizio Ferraro Solo B 2020 $22
Alanna Lagamba Frauen Power Rosé 2021 $23
Naranjuez Risa Mata 2014 $25
Bauchet Plan B 2021 $27
Gazzetta Rosso Susanna 2021 $27
Damien Bureau Amandine 2016 $30
Le Coste Bianchetto 2021 $30
Michael Georget Syrah 2019 $33
Emile Heredia Le Verre des Poetes 2021 $35
Sistema Vinari Novetat Total 2021 1L $36
Gemini Leda 2019 $38
Le Thio Noots Red Cox Knock 2021 $40
Le Thio Noots Carre d’Astres 2021 $40
Julien Altaber En Chapon 2019 $40
Julie Brosselin La Mer Rouge 2019 $41
L’Ostal Levant Un Coeur Simple 2021 $42
J-F Ginglinger BIHL 2020 $42
Michael Georget C’est Tout 2020 $50
Philippe Jambon Blanc 15/18 $59
Altura Saverio 2017 $66
Altura Saverio 2016 MAG $125

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This is where we deliver:

Silver Lake 
Echo Park 
Los Feliz 
East Hollywood
Beachwood Canyon
Laurel Canyon
Highland Park
Cypress Park
Glassell Park
Mount Washington
Lincoln Heights
Montecito Heights

If you live outside of these areas, please write us before placing an order.


Jérôme Charles Binda

Domaine de Kalathas (Tinos, Greece)

Jérôme Charles Binda, a former arts and antiques dealer from Paris, left France in his 40s to, all of a sudden, become a vigneron on the eastern Cycladic island of Tinos in the early 2010s. It’s a story that feels far fetched, and one that could only occur within the context of natural wine. I have to admit that I’ve been a bit sleepy on Greek wine. I had my moment with the Sontorini wines of Hatzidakis years ago, but as many of you know, my palate has gone decidedly French these days. I was first introduced to Bindas’ wines just over a year ago, when I happened to be in London at the same time as a Tutto trade tasting, where Alex and Damiano were introducing the wines for the first time in England. I’ve found that I’m increasingly not very good at focused drinking at trade events, and I think that the wines washed over me a bit that dreary London day, me being more taken by my new surroundings rather than what was actually going on with my palate. I’ve drank a few of Jérôme’s wines since, each one a bit of a curio but always delicious, and always a bit hard to pin down. But, like with all wines that start to call me intuitively, I began to think more and more about, and to crave these wines on my tongue, seemingly out of nowhere recently. Charles, and his son Gabriel, are doing singular work on Tinos, farming bush vines unaffected by Phylloxera, that are mostly around 150 years old, and vinifying everything manually without (do I even have to say it?) any additions of any kind. The results are sensual and aromatic wines that feel neither Greek nor French—fresh juice squeezed out of hot earthen crag that contain a distinctively addictive bitter quality, from an ancient island on the deep blue Aegean sea; perfect spring-summer tonics for all that ails.  

Sainte Obeissance 2018
Aspro Potamisi / Rozaki

Sainte Obeissance 2019
Aspro Potamisi / Rozaki

10+12 2020
Aspro Potamisi

Un Été Grec 2021

To Kokkinaki 2017
Mavro Potamisi / Koumariano / Kondoura