Wines are often named for their region of origin, such as Burgundy, Bordeaux, or Tightly Sealed Bin on Windowsill. Send taste buds traveling with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $30 for a wine-flight package for two (up to a $67 value)
- $60 for a wine-flight package for four (up to a $134 value)
- $90 for a wine-flight package for six (up to a $201 value)
- $180 for a wine-flight package for twelve (up to a $402 value)
Each package includes one wine flight per person (up to a $20 value each) and a Taste of the World plate (a $27 value) for each couple. On each plate, a spread of hard and soft cheeses pairs with select red and white wines, and assorted meats with garnishes such as caper berries, marinated greek olives, and almonds round out the meal.
55 Degree Wine
Cozy candlelight and flickering lanterns cast soft shadows in 55 Degree Wine’s cellar, where waiters eagerly pair customers’ palates with weekly rotating wines. Featured on Best of LA Weekly in 2012 for its wine program, the winery stocks more than 2,000 labels, of which up to 60 are spotlighted in the cellar’s monthly lineup of pours. Though most vintages are Italian, ambrosias from Europe, South America, and other far-flung climes find homes in the shop after being tasted and approved by store owners. The thermostat, appropriately set to 55 degrees, helps keep elixirs fresh and patrons comfortable, but guests may wish to bring a sweater or particularly affectionate bear.
“Good value for price. Cool little basement setting. Fun parking!”
“Nice tastings and Taste of the World plate along with hunmus is a good amount of food. We were pleasantly surprised!”
“Definitely going to do this again! A good find and great deal!! Nice atmophere, friendly service and staff, good selection of wine flights and generous portion of...”
“Definitely going to do this again! A good find and great deal!! Nice atmophere, friendly service and staff, good selection of wine flights and generous portion of accompanying appetizers. Cannot find anything negative about our visit.”