Domaine LA

Liquor Store

6801 Melrose Ave, Los Angeles
(323) 932-0280


Google Google: 4.8
Yelp Yelp: 4.5
Facebook Facebook: 4.7
Foursquare Foursquare: 8.5


Reviews for Domaine LA

Darla B.
This wine store is a true boutique: the product is hand-selected and the staff is 100% knowledgeable about everything here. I found out that the owner, Jill, has extensive education as well as experience in wine and it's pretty obvious. Plus the store is very cute and clean and modern and the location is accessible with parking. I wish all retail stores were like this: I hate the generic, lowest common denominator retail stores that are the norm. This store went full review
Jennifer O.
I'll start by saying their product is good. They have a good selection and I've discovered gems at this location. With that said, I've been there a dozen times (due to not being able to find specific botttles at other store or location convenience) and the majority of times the sales people have been short and rude. I've asked questions like "what are you drinking, what's your best seller, which one do you recommend etc" and most of the time I full review
Peter D.
Natural wine paradise. Steps to finding a good natty wine: 1. Park in their dedicated lot - LA rarity 2. Participate in the tasting of the day- consider it a pallet cleanser. 3. Pick out wines that you enjoyed from the tasting- but don't buy them! 4. Tell the staff which ones you liked and why (no worries if you don't know why) and tell them your budget. 5. Don't go over your budget 6. Drink another tasting and find a spot at Ludo's next door. Enjoy bitches!

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Monday 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Tuesday 11:00 am - 8:00 pm
Wednesday 11:00 am - 8:00 pm
Thursday 11:00 am - 8:00 pm
Friday 11:00 am - 8:00 pm
Saturday 12:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Sunday 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm


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Pinon Brut Vouvray $28.00
Traditional method sparkler. Clean, laser-sharp, and the perfect level of fruit.
Nanclares Dandelion Albarino (Spain) $25.00
Lean, clean and mineral Albarino with no added sulfur. Has a touch of residual sugar and drinks like a kabinett riesling.
Dinavolino (Italy) $32.00
An vibrant, fruit driven skin fermented wine made from aromatic grape varieties
Eric Texier Chat Fou Rhone Blend $24.00
Red blend straight from Rhone-star Eric Texier
Cellario E Rosso Barbera 1L (Italy) $25.00
Medium red perfect for pizza. Ample fruit, but with some savory notes.
Populis Wabi Sabi Red (USA) $25.00
Lighter bodied and fresh California blend unlike you've ever had (low SO2)
Foradori Teroldego (Italy) $32.00
100% Teroldego from the Dolomites. Peppery and Syrah-like
Jeremy Quastana "Insurge" Gamay $25.00
Blend of Loire red grapes (mostly gamay) - just the right amount of funk.


ETZ Gruner Veltliner (Austria) $16.00
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