New natural wine options in WeHo and Pasadena

Details on Fellow Traveler, a new natural wine bar and restaurant in West Hollywood, Good Luck Wine Shop, a new natural wine store and Vin de California, a new natural winery in Pasadena.
Jenn Harris • Los Angeles Times • December 30, 2020
When Auburn, Eric Bost's celebrated build-your-own tasting-menu restaurant fell victim to the pandemic earlier this year, wine director Rick Arline was out of a job. At Auburn, he had orchestrated a thoughtful, intentional wine list that paired...
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