Wine Tasting in Florence-Graham


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  • San Antonio Winery and Restaurant
    As the years have led to urban expansion, only one Los Angeles winery has stood the test of time. The San Antonio Winery and Restaurant in Lincoln Heights is so beloved as a local drinking institution, it was given cultural monument status in 1966. Since then, the hidden-away winery, down a few side streets in an industrial part of the downtown area, has been quietly serving up glasses of fine wine from their Italian-style villa. Terracotta roofs and tall greenery line the exterior of this operational winery, which has been bottling since 1917. Free wine tastings and tours are available daily, and the attached Maddalena restaurant serves homey Italian food.
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    737 Lamar St
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • Veritas Imports
    A great gift for any occasion, a bottle of wine from Beverly Hills' Veritas Imports will surely be appreciated by the more refined palate. Veritas Imports offers an unparalleled selection of both liquors and spirits, all of which are available at an affordable price. Whether you prefer white or red, sweet or dry, Veritas Imports has wine options for everyone. With all of the parking options nearby, you won't have to worry about forgetting where you parked. So make sure to give Veritas Imports a try next time you're in Beverly Hills and expand your wine knowledge one bottle at a time.
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    9460 Wilshire Boulevard
    Beverly Hills, CA US
  • Malibu Discovery Tours
    Malibu Discovery Tours' experienced guides shepherd locals and visitors on various tours of the salt-air scenery around Malibu’s coasts and wineries. As guests summit mountains at sunrise, the guides point out celebrity mansions, exquisite wildlife, and the laundromats of Hollywood elites. In between views of the ocean and passes through mountain landscapes, tour groups can watch the rolling vineyards of local wine country and look for amorous initial carvings by a teenage John Adams on Old Malibu's historic building façades.
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    1112 Montana Ave.
    Santa Monica, CA US
  • My Personal Wine Guy
    Owner and sommelier Jeff Bernstein enjoys getting to know his clients’ personalities, but he might confess that he is most interested in their tastebuds. Bernstein keeps running palate profiles of his customers, seeking out the selections that satisfy their wishes for bold flavors, delicate aromas, or grape jelly in a really nice bottle. He specializes in discovering hard-to-find varieties from boutique winemakers, and visits vineyards himself to turn up unique finds and tasting room exclusives. Should clients request additional grapy guidance, Bernstein can arrange wine tasting parties in their homes with samples and appetizers.
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    3551 Royal Woods Drive
    Sherman Oaks, CA US
  • Learn About Wine
    facet: Main type: Traditional locale: en_US title: Learn About Wine facet_type_id: 73e9c400-5f38-1032-bfcd-ee1f441fd862 html_text: With a mission to educate consumers on the mystifying subtleties of wine, Learn About Wine hosts more than 100 classes, trade tastings, and consumer events each year. Since its beginnings in 1995, the organization has helped more than 50,000 students deepen their appreciation and understanding of the old-world drink through socially centered programs and refined, but approachable wine-education classes. Wine Camp – An Introduction to Wine, the company's introductory course and one of its most popular offerings, encourages guests to absorb wine-drinking terminology and critical lessons in storing and serving. Regional tours lead groups through various growing regions, allowing visitors to observe processes such as fermenting and picking bottles at the peak of glossiness. Click here for a complete listing of program types.
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    725 S. Figueroa St
    Los Angeles, CA US
  • LA Oktoberfest
    Los Angeles Oktoberfest invites visitors to celebrate the changing seasons with two days of traditional Bavarian revelry. Hosted by Bob Guiney from ABC's The Bachelor, the festival invites attendees to fill their glass steins with any of the 19 available German beers and purchase hearty platefuls of bratwurst, giant pretzels, and strudel. Live bands lead traditional, sing-along drinking tunes, a Bavarian dance group performs for joyous audiences, and a strolling accordionist weaves through the crowds while playing familiar German melodies. In addition to bidding on sports memorabilia at the silent-auction table, patrons can also test their arm strength by competing in the stein-holding competition, which rewards the winners with lifetime admission to the Los Angeles Oktoberfest and a brand new pair of steel biceps to replace the old, used-up ones.
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    6021 Hollywood Blvd.
    Los Angeles, CA US

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