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 are now shipping within California with
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La Lunotte
Thierry Hesnault
Joan Ramón Escoda
l’Absurde Genie des Fleurs
Radovan Šuman
Clos des Vignes du Maynes
Alban Michel
Le Petit Domaine de Gimios
Raj Parr
Le Casot des Mailloles
Le Coste Litrozzo & Pizzicante
Momento Mori / Nikau Farm
Le Raisin et l’Ange
Didier Chaffardon
Mountain Misery
Julie Brosselin / Ivo Ferreira

Simon Busser Printemps 2020 $19
Julien Altaber Cuvée M 2021 $22
Maurizio Ferraro Solo B 2020 $22
La Gamba Frauen Power Rose 2021 $23
Bergkloster Riesling 2020 $26
Gazzetta Bianco Susanna 2021 $28
Mendall Terme de Guiu la Plana 2020 $29
Mendall Abeurador 2020 $29
Le Coste Bianchetto 2021 $30
Julien Prevel Montjouis 2019 $32
Toni Sanchez-Ortiz Tuturi Blanc 2020 $32
Denavolo Dinavolino 2021 $32
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 Mata Hari 2019 $41
Julie Brosselin La Mer Rouge 2019 $41
Altura Rossetto 2019 $42
Cantina Giardino Gaia 2020 $42
J-F Ginglinger BIHL 2020 $42
Michael Georget C’est Tout 2020 $50
Le Thio Noots Gamhenade 2020 MAG $54
Le Coste Rosato 2020 $56
Philippe Jambon Blanc 15/18 $59
Francois Maudet Diablerie 2020 MAG $84
Domaine Derain En Remilly 1er Cru 2019 $87

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Philippe Jambon
Blanc 2015 / 18

Beaujolais, France

It’s a late Monday morning in early December here in Los Angeles, and though my weather app told me it would rain today, I’ve seemed to have missed it. I’m looking directly west, fluffed grey clouds are already parting and the relentless LA blue yellow light is taking precedence. Sitting at my dining table, still covered with a discarded three-quarters eaten cheese and charcuterie board, a giant tin of Spanish tuna that I jokingly called a magnum at least ten times the other day (sorry Andy), glistening potato chip crumbs, and a bowl of hardening by the second basmati rice in a turquoise Heath ceramic—remnants of a festive Saturday evening with friends. A magnum of (mostly) drunk red Loire wine in addition for effect; this is perhaps the best setting to sit here and ponder Philippe Jambon’s Blanc, a wine most of my French friends find too volatile (”needs at least 10 years”). I guess...?  We have different palates in different cities. Maybe that’s a thread for another time.

This past summer, feeling a specific kind of ennui one feels only after returning to Los Angeles post a few weeks immersed in the ease of European infrastructures, I was in a bit of a cellar raid mood that fueled a few specific benders. It was Griffin’s going away party, and fuck it, I said, lets drink this Jambon Blanc NV at Taix, of all places. I ordered the Roast Chicken, in some kind of brown gravy sauce, french fries were on the table, fried calamari, too. I’m still thinking about this “pairing.” Yes, there is volatile acidity in this wine, but it is also rich and luscious with citrus notes and the “remembrance of sugar,” as Jambon likes to say himself is clearly there. And least we forget, that classic Play-Doh / early morning donut / fresh yeast thing that I really only find in Philippe’s wines is there too, all component parts in concert with the VA. Though, honestly, have you had that Karnage Pinot? That makes even Guichard seem tame. Anyways, all of this is to say that one doesn’t see this wine around too often, and it’s usually dealt in some kind of back alley, aren’t we cooler than the rest kind of way. But here it is, a blend of long macerated whole bunch Beaujolais Chardonnay juice from 2015, and direct press juice from 2018 on the Canta site, now.

Just a couple of bottles ... one per customer, please.

750 ml