Tag Archives: Wine

Wine Spectator’s 2015 Restaurant Wine List Awards

Wine Spectator has announced its list of best restaurants from around the world with the best wine programs for 2015. The list features over 3,600 restaurants in 50 states and more than 75 other countries. A handful of Los Angeles restaurants were crowned with the Grand Award, including Spago Beverly Hills, Valentino and Capo in […]

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Garagiste Wine Festival hits Los Angeles on July 11

Attention wine lovers. The Garagiste Festival is back in Los Angeles on July 11th with more wine than ever. And it returns in one of the coolest venues in the city. Grab a Lyft or hop on the subway to the Wiltern on Saturday to discover the undiscovered and under-recognized artisan ‘garagiste’ wine producers who […]

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Wrap-up: The Los Angeles WineFest

The 10th Annual LA WineFest returned to the historic Raleigh Studios in Hollywood and we made our way through as much wine as we could before that unfortunate wine fatigue set-in. The signature wine event invites fans to sip, explore and enjoy hundreds of wines and beers al fresco. The LA WineFest is one of […]

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This Week in Los Angeles Wine

  Come discover the best in wine LA has to offer this week as we showcase wine bars, tastings, dinners, and paring events in and around Los Angeles. If you want your event or wine bar considered for posting, contact us. Thursday, April 23 Wine LA Presents The Best Of Bordeaux at The Peninsula Beverly […]

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Something for the weekend: Temecula WOW

 Grab a picnic basket and head for the hills. The hills of the Temecula Valley. The first official tasting event of the year, hosted by the Temecula Valley Winegrowers Association, offers passport holders a chance to sample dozens of flights and bites at 30+ wineries along an easy circuitous route via Rancho California and DePortola […]

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Experience La Loggia at Al Bacio

 Al Bacio Ristorante quietly replaced Osteria Drago nearly a year ago. A quick changeover revealed not much of a difference in terms of the decor. But with it’s 4+ rating on Yelp, Urban Spoon, OpenTable and Trip advisor, it’s obvious they are doing something right in the back of the house. The kitchen is now […]

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The best places to drink craft wine in Los Angeles

This story originally appeared on our #CraftWineLA blog. There are bars that serve wine, then there are wine bars that specialize in unique hand crafted wines that may be hard to find anywhere else. Here is our list, in no particular order, of our favorite wine bars to drink craft wine in the LA area. […]

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Dig Lounge and Saarloos & Sons announce #CraftWineLA

Dig Lounge along with Saarloos & Sons is very pleased to announce the launch of our new crowd funding campaign #CraftWineLA. The project came about by a chance meeting between Matt and Keith several years ago at his Los Olivos tasting room. Through some creative collaboration they curated a few wine tasting events together in […]

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Garagiste Festival returns to Solvang

 Taking place March 28-30, the Garagiste Festival: Southern Exposure features fifty-six of Santa Ynez Valley’s and Santa Barbara County’s high-quality, limited-production commercial “garagiste” winemakers. Like all Garagiste events, each day will incorporate the festival’s signature tasting seminars, low-crowd online canadian pharmacy experience, high-quality wines, first-time and ‘soon-to-break-out’ discoveries, personal winemaker interaction, and over 20 diverse […]

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How to Celebrate California Wine Month

We celebrate California wine every month (almost every night really), but September is officially California Wine Month. And what better way to celebrate than by drinking just a small portion of the nearly 3.8 million tons of crushed grape juice that this wonderful state produces every year. Generating over $125 billion dollars a year, there […]

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