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Where to buy everyday artisanal wines

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Here are some of the places you can buy the wines mentioned in the story.

2009 Bebame "Sierra Foothills Red Blend": Domaine LA, Los Angeles, (323) 932-0280, domaine547.com; and at the Wine Country in Signal Hill, (562) 597-8303, http://www.thewinecountry.com. About $18.

2008 Barrel 27 Syrah "Right Hand Man": Colorado Wine Co. in Eagle Rock, (323) 478-1985, http://www.cowineco.com; Silverlake Wine in Los Angeles, (323) 662-9024, http://www.silverlakewine.com; Wine House in West Los Angeles, (310) 479-3731, http://www.winehouse.com; Wade's Wines in Westlake Village, (818) 597-9463, http://www.wadeswines.com. About $15.

2008 Hocus Pocus Santa Barbara County Syrah is widely available. About $18.

2008 Broadside Cabernet Sauvignon and Chardonnay: Larchmont Village Wine, (323) 856-8699; Wine Exchange in Orange, (714) 974-1454, http://www.winex.com; and John & Pete's Fine Wines & Spirits, West Hollywood, (310) 657-3080, http://www.johnandpetes.com; and Silverlake Wine. About $15 for the Chardonnay, $20 for the Cabernet.

Substance Washington state wines: Wally's Wine & Spirits in Los Angeles (310) 475-0606, http://www.wallywine.com. A more limited selection may be found at K&L Wine Merchants in Hollywood, (323) 464-9463, http://www.klwines.com; and Wine Exchange. About $13 to $19.

2009 Swindle Rig Sauvignon Blanc and Rosé: Elvino Wines, Venice Beach, (310) 396-9705, http://www.elvinowines.com; Silverlake Wine in Los Angeles, (323) 662-9024, http://www.silverlakewine.com; and through the winery website, http://www.swindlerig.com. About $20 per liter.

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