Buzz publisher and Italian scion Patty Lombard and I attended the Eataly LA opening on Nov. 3rd at the Westfield Century City Mall. We were [more…]
You already know we’re some of Larchmont’s biggest fans. One reason is…the shopping is fantastic! Our Buzz staff decided to see what unique local Larchmont [more…]
Local wine purveyor Jill Bernheimer, owner of DomaineLA, joined Russ Parsons on KCRW’s Good Food this past weekend to talk turkey…actually… to talk about wines [more…]
K&L Wines is holding their annual Champagne Tent Event on Saturday, October 18 in the parking lot adjacent to the store. K&L’s favorite artisanal grower/producers [more…]
Stepping into the sunny mediterranean garden of Roger and Lisa Morrison on Las Palmas Ave, one might think you’re in the south of France or [more…]
KCRW’s Evan Kleiman invited Hancock Park wine proprietor Jill Bernheimer from Domaine LA on Melrose to be a guest on her weekly ‘Good Food’ radio show yesterday.
One of our favorite local Hancock Park businesses – Domaine LA – was featured in the LA Times this weekend.
Domaine LA has a special wine event today, Sunday November 18th – a celebration of the arrivals of the Beaujolais Nouveau wines that were released on Thursday. Whitney shares some of her favorite wines for Thanksgiving in a quickie video…[Read more…]
Sunday, June 3rd marks the date of the wine group – Rhone Rangers – Los Angeles Tasting Event where over 45 wineries will pour over 200 American-grown Rhone wines. A $45 General Admission ticket admits the bearer to enjoy the walk around tasting from 3:30p-6p at the historic Vibiana.
Whitney Adams of Domaine LA and Claire Thomas of Kitchy Kitchen pair a white wine and warm, cheesy fondue in a playful video vignette that [more…]
Whitney Adams of Melrose wine shop Domaine LA and the wine blog Brunellos Have More Fun and Claire Thomas of the food blog The Kitchy Kitchen have paired up to produce a series of videos exploring wine and food pairings.Check out this sample video – and watch…[Read more…]
As a restaurant, much of what we do revolves around pairing wine to the dishes that we serve. The idea really is quite simple… by finding a beverage (wine) that compliments what we’re eating; we try to create an experience that is even greater than the sum of its parts.Imagine a delicately prepared sea bass with a light relish of lemon juice, shallots, cherry tomatoes, and a touch of freshly [Read more…]
I feel a little conflicted right now. Inner turmoil. I’m sitting here and staring at a blank screen and thinking of what to write [more…]