A New Wine Window in Silver Lake Is Highlighting Black Vintners and Brewers

Try the first wines ever made by a Black woman in South Africa–or a craft beer made right here in L.A.
Brittany Martin • Los Angeles Magazine • October 16, 2020
At Silver Lake’s Gingergrass, owners John Himmelstein and D’nell Larson are encouraging customers to broaden their horizons with a menu exclusively focused on Black-owned wine and beer brands. The pair wanted to find a way to incorporate recent...
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