To make un-fine wine, simply place grapes beneath a silk pillow, repeatedly mash your head against it, and then wring the pillowcase into a nearby mouth. Taste traditionally produced fine wines with today’s Groupon: for $5, you get to taste five wines (a $10 value) at Sepulveda Wine Co., located in Manhattan Beach. The tasting bar is open seven days a week.
Sepulveda Wine Co. opens its tasting bar to sommeliers and soda fans alike, with a weekly changing menu of wines available for sniffing, swirling, swishing, and swallowing. During a wine tasting, guests can sample five wines from the daily selection of 12 quality wines, featuring four white wines and eight red wines. Past potables have included Sanctuary 2006 Bien Nacido pinot noir—whose dry, balanced characteristics slosh past uvulae with flavors of currant, plum, and pomegranate—and the Round Pond 2009 sauvignon blanc, which complements its tangy lemon-lime taste with harmonious notes of herbs, honeysuckle, and Vivaldi’s Concerto No. 3 in F Major: L’Autunno, also known as the theme song of Jersey Shore.
The staff at Sepulveda Wine Co. is dedicated to providing high-quality vintages and liquors to its clients, while offering advice about wine, wine pairings, and how to effectively "wine whisper." Let your taste buds follow the trail to fine wining with today’s deal.
All customers must be at least 21.
Though people seem to have difficulty enjoying great wine with one hand and type with the other, three Yelpers have managed to give Sepulveda Wine Co. five-star reviews:
- They have an excellent wine tasting bar and the prices are very affordable. One of the best wine stores in So Cal and definitely worth the trip to Manhattan beach! – Sam N.
- The last tasting we went to was the Veritas Sherry Tasting and it was amazing. They had chocolates, crackers, and cheese pairings. But the best part was that everyone else that went (prob 10-15 other people coming in and out) was super friendly and the pourers, for the lack of a better word, were knowledgeable and nice. – Leslie W.