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Three Places for Finding Great Wines in Los Angeles

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If you love good wine, you can't afford to miss these wine stores in Los Angeles

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Where do you find a good bottle of wine in Los Angeles?

There are so many choices that it can be hard to know where to go. We've tried all the big stores and wineries, but we're always looking for something new.

Our favorite places are small shops with unique selections and great prices. The Los Angeles wine scene has never been better.

Whether you're looking for that high-end bottle of wine or a deal, these shops have got you covered.

Here's our list of recommendations for where to get your next bottle of wine in LA.

Domaine LA

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Jill Bernheimer has spent years searching for the most delicious wines globally, and you can find it all under one roof here in Los Angeles.

The wine expert has been on a lifelong journey tasting incredible wines from around her hometown in Los Angeles, South America, Australia, and Europe.

Domaine LA carries biodynamic and organic varietals, so your next glass is bound to be filled with nothing but goodness.

Domaine LA, 6801 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90038

K & L Wine Merchants

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You're thinking, "But I can find this anywhere!" Same-same same... But wait! K& L Wine is not like any other wine shop in Los Angeles. What first caught our eye was the fantastic selection of wines and spirits they carry at a reasonable price.

They have old favorites, new releases, boutique treasures from all over the globe, and rare bottles you could search for months to find because only one or two existed on earth in the past year or so.

It's an education come alive with every shelf and rack of items on offer for those ready to explore their palate adventures in full detail. Let's say it's great to be home again, where you'll always feel welcomed.

K & L Wine Merchants, 1400 Vine St Los Angeles, CA 90028

Psychic Wines

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Psychic Wines is genuinely passionate about natural wine. The shop space echoes this sentiment. Everyone at Psychic Wine Shop shares their point of view regarding enjoying wine in an inviting, fun, and unpretentious way.

Forget what you think wine is supposed to be. You'll find a wine that will genuinely surprise you here.

Psychic Wines has a great selection of wines for experiencing the remarkable range and nuance that can only happen with wines from small producers.

These are wines not to hide in a dark cellar because it's cool or iconic that they're hard to find but to break out and enjoy.

Psychic Wines, 2825 Bellevue Ave Los Angeles, CA 90026

Find the perfect bottle of wine at these Los Angeles stores

You've got wine covered with this list. Whether you're a high-end buyer looking for the latest in wine fashion or a bargain hunter searching for that deal, these LA wine shops have what you need. From a wide variety of wines at different price points to an international selection and helpful staff knowledgeable about trends abroad, there's something here for everyone.

And if you're not sure which region has what vineyard, or what cheese to go with wine, or an idea for a present - don't worry because they'll help point you in the right direction with their expertise and knowledge.

Have you been to these unique Los Angeles wine shops? We'd love to know your thoughts below.

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