Stop by, say hello, and help us celebrate our new location at 1000 Manhattan Ave (former home of Bacchus)!   Check out our ever-evolving inventory of award-winning wines as well as hard-to-find boutique selections. Wine Club members can now pick up at Hermosa or Manhattan Beach locations. Hours: Sun-Wed 11-7. Th-Sat 11-8. Receive 20% off…

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Uncorked is pleased to announce a three-part series in a study of Bordeaux wines hosted by Duclot, La Vinicole (the wine school). The first of three series features all Right Bank Bordeaux. Featuring three different Merlot-based wines from the Appellations of the bank, we will deep dive into the elegant nuances of the wine while…

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3 ways to order wine: Call Uncorked at 424-247-7117 Click here to go to our online store Click Here for Postmates

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Research from Yale University has found that women actually have more taste buds on their tongues and have a better sense of smell than men and generally smell better than men, which may help explain the rise of women winemakers.   On the other hand, maybe men are getting a little smarter and more than willing…

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One of our favorite family vintners! The rich, rocky soils of the Peterson Family Vineyard site consistently produce low yields of intensely flavored fruit, resulting in extremely concentrated, fruit-driven wines that are the hallmark of Switchback Ridge. Winemaker Bob Foley is the talent behind Switchback Ridge.

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If you’ve been to Uncorked lately, you’ve probably had a taste of one of our favorite “new” wineries to come on the scene. In 2014, Kieu Hoang purchased the Robert Mondavi estate in Carneros/Napa, and has carried on the tradition of making elegant wines at one of the most respected and renowned wineries in the…

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Most of the wines in America that we’re familiar with originated in Europe, mainly France. The difference between wines in the United States and France is a question of varietal vs. Terrior. Did I lose you? Let me explain. In the United States we often identify wine by the varietal (type of grape: Chardonnay, Merlot…

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