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mostly to the east side of Los Angeles. We send
out rotating weekly-ish offers via our mailing
of thoughtfully put together selections that
focus on winemaker and place, as well as
selected bottles that are perfect for right now—
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Current Offerings

Domaine La Côtelette
Joan Ramón Escoda
Domaine Derain
Lé Thio Noots
Le Petit Domaine de Gimios
Domaine in Black
Ivo Ferreira
Güeyu Mar

Amagat Prisonnier des Nuages 2020 $21
Sergi Serrano Botera 2020 $22
Portes Obertes La Nuria 2020 $25
Le Raisin et l’Ange Nedjma 2020 $26
Julie Brosselin Rue de la Peste 2018 $27
Mendall Abeurador Tranquil 2020 $29
Mada Khallina 2020 $29
Michel Guignier La Bonne Pioche 2018 $30
Fable Farm Jalu 2019 $33
Sauveterre Pet Nat 2019 $33
Mada Marche Noir 2020 $36
J-M Dreyer Origin Gewurztraminer 2019 $39
Valentin Morel Semaine 16 2017 $40
J-F Ginglinger Gewurztraminer Infusion 2015 $40
Stephane Cyran A l’Origine 2020 $40
Stefano Bellotti Montemarino 2018 $40
Stefano Bellotti Nibiô 2014 $44
Matassa Mambo Sun 2020 $45
Radovan Šuman Modri Pinot 2019 $59
Vini Viti Vinci Grôle Tête 2016 MAG $68
Renaud Boyer Puligny Montrachet 2018 $99

Chez Pierre Beauger
A Visit to Samuel Boulay
A Visit to El Pinell de Brai


Big Tote Bag $30


Lé Thio Noots / Romain Verger

(Anjou, France)

It reads as almost too good to be true; Romain Verger has spent time working with all of the great experimentalists of the Anjou—Jerome Saurigny, Patrick Desplats, Babass, and Didier Chaffardon—and now, with just over two and a half hectares in the area, is beginning to release his own wines under the name Lé Thio Noots. While there are clear lessons learned and tasted from the aforementioned iconoclasts, in a short time, Romain, an actual Anjou native, has already established himself and his beautiful wines as singular entities within the Loire, greater France, and internationally (the Japanese are always on it first). While our introduction here in Los Angeles to Romain’s wines consists mostly of his reds, this is not to be lamented. These are all unique expressions of place and of Romain’s preternatural techniques—long macerations, slow one to four day presses, and experimentations with oxygen all resulting in a special kind of magical rusticity in the glass. 

Gamhénade 2019
Gamay / Gamay Chaudenay

I love this wine so much—a silken Gamay blend that feels both pastoral and modern; a quintessential LA sipper but also so of its origin.

L’Gallo 2019
Gamay / Grolleau

A rustic Anjou red blend that is simultaneously high toned and deep—do not drink this too cold as a bit of air and warmth does it wonders in the glass.

Gris Bull 2019

Grolleau Gris pet nat

Honeyed and bright with transportive noble reduction on the nose—beautiful apéro gear.

Red Cox Knock 2019
Cabernet Franc

One of the most expressive and nuanced noses I’ve experienced from a red wine in a long time. This is deep in most senses of the word. A perfect wine for a rich meal at the end of the week; cozy and experimental at the same time and so of the Anjou—one feels the dirt and the earth in the glass and goes back for more.