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
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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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L’Absurde Genie des Fleurs

Miha Trifa & Tom Gautier
(Languedoc, France)

There is a specific kind of hypnotic tension that can only exist between two people. It’s within these liminal spaces between pairs in partnerships; creative, romantic, or business—the push and the pull of energies both disparate and complementary—that the real magic occurs.  

Miha Trifa, a Romanian formerly in the world of psychoanalysis, and Tom Gautier, a Frenchman from Nantes, at a point existed together in all three of the above associations. No longer romantic partners, they still work in concert creatively and as business partners. In their wine, I find both an immense sense of forward momentum into the future as well as a deep ephemerality—a real feeling of the impermanence of things. It's this inner tension between two souls who've decided to stick it out, for now, in the name of something as beautiful as wine, that makes me most excited about the recent discovery of this spirited project. 

L'Absurde Genie des Fleurs began in 2015 as a fairly anonymous negociant hustle, working out of a couple garages in Bédarieux, in the Languedoc, and purchasing fruit from the likes of Remi Poujol and Julien Peyras, and also being mentored by Axel Prüfer. In 2019 Miha and Tom purchased five and a half hectares of vines together and have now completely shed the negociant business, solely working with a small amount of estate fruit and keeping the micro vinification spirit of the project alive—2500 bottles for one cuvée being the most made in 2020, and 350 being the lowest.

L'Absurde's visual aesthetics are what stuck out to me first, striking a deep chord when I first started noticing their bottles pop up on the feeds of a few certain wine freaks during lockdown of last year. Beautiful hand drawn labels on clear crown capped bottles—very clearly nods or afters to Pierre Beauger and Aurelien Lefort (or let’s face it, Lefort’s also being nods to Beauger). In a rare instance, though, the energy contained in these wines actually do the visuals on the bottles justice.

Miha Trifa, courtesy Not Drinking Poison

While briefly visiting Paris a couple of months ago, a friend and I popped into Montezuma for a night cap. After a couple of bottles, Louis, one of the owners, asked if I had ever tried Miha and Tom’s wines before, and offered me a bottle of Arc 2019 to go, an 100% Cinsault. I opened it a few days later over dinner in Flonheim, Germany, where I was spending the week helping out Martin Wörner and Alanna Lagamba during their intense harvest. Arc was the perfect antidote that evening to the days’ woes. The whole crew was completely intrigued by the mystique of the bottle and the five of us (miss you Leah and Raphael) finished it in about 15 minutes, all of our spirits clearly lifted afterwards. Lithe and lively, and leaning more into the fruity and vibrant side of what well raised and vinified Cinsault can offer, this was a stellar introduction to Miha and Tom’s work. It was this tension between energetically fuzzed ripe fruit and stasis, each pour from the bottle oscillating, that has me so enthralled with these wines, and for the future of both Miha and Tom's work, whether they decide to stick it out together, or to go on their separate ways.

One bottle per cuvée, per customer, please :)

Ploum 2020
Cinsault and a touch of Chardonnay

Mugurel 2020
Macerated Cinsault and directly pressed Carignan juice

Zmeurica 2020
Cinsault and a touch of Mourvedre

Ciu 2020
Terret Gris (2 day maceration)

Lin 2020
Terret Blanc (2 day maceration)

Bunici 2020
Old vine Carignan / Aramon / Morastel / Gros Noir de la Calmette / Grenache / Cinsault 

Apus 2020
Carignan / Aramon / Cinsault

Dor 2020
Carignan / Aramon / Clairette
(each bunch hand-destemmed with scissors as an alternative to traditional carbonic maceration)